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Brain Rules for Baby: How to Raise a Smart and Happy Child from Zero to… (edição 2010)

por John Medina

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Insructs parents on raising intelligent and emotionally stable children, from newborns to toddlers, by encouraging healthy brain activity and development and debunking traditional and contemporary "brain-boosting" methods.
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Título:Brain Rules for Baby: How to Raise a Smart and Happy Child from Zero to Five
Autores:John Medina
Informação:Pear Press (2010), Hardcover, 304 pages
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Avaliação:****
Etiquetas:parenting, non-fiction

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Less scientific discussion than I was expecting, but very sensible and an easy read. ( )
  TravbudJ | Sep 22, 2018 |
Wonderful, straightforward, & engagingly written for parents-to-be, parents, or grandparents like me who want to encourage my amazing grandbabies!!! Written with current cultural references, excellent real life anecodotes, and yes the latest brain research findings, BUT not so scientific that we mere mortals can grasp the concepts. Best of all, written with humor and insight into the incredible challenges facing all parents to raise a child well. Author is a UW professor developmental molecular biologist, and yes a parent himself. Arranged to help readers take away key concepts & practical tips for putting such ideas to immediate use with the little darlins' .... bought one for my son & his wife when they were expecting; bought one for myself; bought one for my daughter, mother of two, and a doula. Is there a youngster in your life? Go buy this book now... seriously. ( )
  BDartnall | Nov 20, 2017 |
In this book, Medina offers up a scientific perspective on raising children and nurturing the minds of newborns and infants. His book follows and instructs parents on the best care for their babies, aged zero to five. Have gone through a number of lackluster parenting books both as a new parent and as a librarian, I can readily say that this is one of the better books out there. Medina’s points boil down to a couple major elements. His points, all scientifically backed by studies, are not all that much different from Pamela Druckerman’s Bringing Up Bebe. My inner Francophone feels justified.

Read more at: http://thenovelworld.com/2013/11/04/brain-rules-for-baby-john-medina/ ( )
  TheNovelWorld | Sep 5, 2014 |
this is one of the better parenting books i've read. everything he talks about he gives the science and research behind, and explains it in an accessible way that makes this easy to read even if you don't have a science background. he's only giving information based on studies and science that have been proven, and he breaks it down nicely. it's also very readable and he uses lots of easy metaphors and examples to tie it all together (some of these could be a little more obvious, but the stories are good). and a lot of the information is really quite interesting. it almost makes me want to read his book for adults, because he gets to what i always found fascinating about science.

on the downside, i don't like the implication on the back of the book that if you will ruin your children if you don't read and learn from this book, but it's not alone in parenting books that do that. (it's almost why i can't give a parenting book 5 stars right now - by definition they're too enamored with themselves.) it's also super heteronormative, but to his credit he warns upfront that it's going to be.

"By the time my second child was born, I understood that it is possible to split up love ad infinitum and not decrease any single portion of it. With parenting, it is truly possible to multiply by dividing." ( )
  overlycriticalelisa | Aug 1, 2014 |
Great book! I intend to review this again if I have a kid, and also should check out his other book for adults. ( )
  jcrben | Nov 8, 2012 |
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