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Anthony Williams replied to Abisko's discussion Books on Parenting
"I really enjoyed Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters by Meg Meeker.  A lot of it applies to boys as well, though obviously it is most applicable to girls.  Dr. Meeker wrote a companion book for boys too (Boys Should Be Boys) but I didn't…"
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Slacker replied to Abisko's discussion Books on Parenting
"I used 1 2 3 Magic, and it was a good book for us. Basic premise is that they will ditch unacceptable behavior through repetition and prompts. Its a calm way of approaching misbehavior and consequences. What to Expect the Toddler Years, was good."
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Will replied to Abisko's discussion Books on Parenting
"My boy's under 2, so this is not by experience, but do a search on "Love and Logic.""
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Books on Parenting

Any suggestions on books about parenting, I know there are a lot of books about children up to year 1 but what about books for children 2 and up and how to raise them, discipline, child development etc.
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