Zero to Five (Paperback)

70 Essential Parenting Tips Based on Science

By Tracy Cutchlow

Pear Press, 9780998919232

Publication Date: March 13, 2018

Other Editions of This Title:
Digital Audiobook (8/16/2016)
Spiral (6/17/2014)
Paperback, Korean (6/7/2018)

List Price: 16.00*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

NOTE: This is the TEXT-ONLY paperback edition of Zero to Five. For full color, photographs, and a larger format, please see the hardcover edition.

"The coolest--and easiest--book for new parents" (Parents magazine)

You could read dozens of books on brain development, parenting styles, and positive discipline. You could spend hours searching online for baby/toddler/preschooler sleep, feeding kids, screen time, and "my kid is hitting me."

Or you could flip open Zero to Five: 70 Essential Parenting Tips Based on Science.

Friendly and practical, Zero to Five draws on tried-and-true research from experts, covering an impressive range of the topics most important to parents today.

Zero to Five draws on scientific research from a wide range of experts, including Diana Baumrind (parenting styles), Dimitri Christakis (screen time), Adele Diamond (neuroscience and executive function), Carol Dweck (growth mindset), Alison Gopnik (child psychology), John Gottman (marriage and conflict resolution), Megan McClelland (executive function), Patricia Kuhl (language acquisition), Ellyn Satter (feeding children), Dan Siegel (emotions), Paul Torrance (creative thinking), Grover Whitehurst (literacy and reading comprehension), and more.

Then Cutchlow makes it all readable, for that 2-minute break you've got during your sleep-deprived day. Zero to Five is the book she wished she had as a new mom.

This parenting book is for you

...if you want solid, not trendy, information--studies that have stood the test of time

...if you are new to parenting or looking for new ideas

...if you want real-world examples of applying the research: not just what but how

...if you are tired of time-outs, bribing, and counting to 3

...if you want word-for-word examples for responding to tantrums, hitting, biting, not sharing, talking back, and not listening

...if you are worried about television and screen time

...if you want to do things differently than your parents did

...if you work with families as a professional and need evidence-based resources (pediatricians, parent educators, child-care providers, home visitors, and family therapists all rate Zero to Five highly)

...if you want to enjoy parenting, not just survive it

Zero to Five is your quick and easy guide to the best practices in parenting. Learn more at www.zerotofive.net



About the Author

div>Tracy Cutchlow is the editor of Brain Rules and Brain Rules for Baby. As a journalist at The Seattle Times, she was a Pulitzer finalist. She serves on the boards of Program for Early Parent Support (PEPS) and the Children's Screen Time Action Network. She lives in Seattle with her husband and their spirited daughter.