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The Mother of All Toddler Books

Your baby’s growing up. The joys and challenges of parenting a toddler are many, and you may be wondering how best to prepare for this exciting time.

The Mother of All Toddler Books provides the skinny on what it’s really like to raise a toddler, giving you expert guidance in everything from discipline and nutritional needs to sleep problems and behavioral issues. Packed with parent-tested advice, money-saving tips, and medically reviewed answers to all your toddler health questions, this comprehensive, entertaining guide is a must-have for surviving and enjoying this exciting time in your child’s life.
Mother of all Toddler Books

Warm and down-to-earth, The Mother of All Toddler Books covers the good, the bad, and the ugly sides of parenting a toddler, offering a hefty dose of reassurance for everything from toddler-proofing your home to toilet training without stress to administering first aid. Inside, you’ll find proven strategies for coping with whining, dawdling, and tantrums, as well as handy growth charts, immunization schedules, safety checklists, a directory of key parenting and pediatric health organizations, and a listing of Internet resources. Concise, authoritative, and fun to read, The Mother of All Toddler Books has everything you need to raise a happy, healthy child!

Written by Ann Douglas. Published by John Wiley & Sons Canada, Ltd., 2002.
Catalogue No. 1-55335-016-2
Price $26.99
Format Softcover
Pages 542
Language English only

Also by Ann Douglas:
Mealtime Solutions for Your Baby, Toddler and Preschooler
The Mother of All Baby Books
The Mother of All Parenting Books

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