As children transition from early years to school age, parents may need some help understanding the changes that they will be experiencing. These books provide a comprehensive guide that will help parents who are adapting to modern parenthood, negotiating the prickly points of the tween mind and sane advice for how to foster a good parent-child relationship.

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No-Drama Discipline

Daniel J. Siegel, MD

Discipline can be tricky, but this book provides a compassionate road map for parents dealing with tantrums, tensions and tears. Siegel shows us that there is a fascinating link between a child’s neurological development and the way we react to misbehaviour.

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Live Love Now

Rachel Macy Stafford

This illuminating guide provides parents with straightforward strategies to help build trust and communication with their children. Illustrative narratives and prompts will help you reflect on how to become an even better role model for your kids.

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Raising a Screen-Smart Kid

Julianna Miner

Today’s kids are growing up in a very different world. The author provides practical advice on how parents can help their kids navigate the pitfalls and positivity of our current digital landscape.