Love and Logic Magic for Early Childhood: Practical Parenting From Birth to Six Years

Parenting little ones can be exhausting…until you discover Love and Logic. Take the exhaustion out and put the fun into parenting your little one. If you want help with:

  • Potty training.
  • Temper tantrums.
  • Bedtime.
  • Whining .
  • Time-out.
  • Hassle-free mornings.

and many other everyday challenges, then this book is for you! This book is the tool parents of little ones have been waiting for. America’s Parenting Experts Jim and Charles Fay, Ph.D., help you start your child off on the right foot. The tools in Love and Logic Magic for Early Childhood will give you the building blocks you need to create children who grow up to be responsible, successful teens and adults. And as a bonus you will enjoy every stage of your child’s life and look forward to sharing a lifetime of joy with them.

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2 Comments

M. golay Erisman "faithgolay" on October 31, 2014 at 9:15 AM.

TRANSFORM TERRIBLE TWOS Are you a parent of a child six years or younger? Do you find that Calgon can’t take you quite far enough away from parenting woes? Have you shed tears over behavior exhibited by your angel-turned-hellion? If so, this book is for you.Having personally shed tears over my two-year-old daughter’s colorful displays of strong will, I picked up this book that I’ve had since before she was born. Being that she was such a wonderful baby, I naively figured we’d skate through the “terrible twos”…

Joy li "Joy" on October 31, 2014 at 9:34 AM.

If your preschooler is running your house…GET THIS BOOK! I saw Jim Fay in person at a parenting lecture and he was fabulous! He is warm, witty, and wise–as are his books. There are so many tips to chose from and we pick what seems right for us and each of our kids at the moment. Sometimes we found what works with one child is all wrong for his sister. Parenting with “love and logic” has relieved much of the daily stress and anger in our family. We seem to communicate in ways that result in more cooperation from my kids. I am so glad Jim has now…