Raising Confident Girls: Practical Tips for Bringing out the Best in your Daughter  by Ian Grant, Mary Grant

Raising Confident Girls: Practical Tips for Bringing out the Best in your Daughter

Written by Ian Grant, Mary Grant

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Providing indispensible no-nonsense advice on raising girls from the pre-school years through to the challenging teens, this book will help you to cultivate your daughter’s natural talents and help her succeed in the game of life. Whether it’s raising her self-esteem, building friendships, facing challenges or just understanding the intrinsic nature of girls this is a book that will play a terrific supporting role to every parent.

If you also have a boy or boys, then you should also take a look at Ian Grant’s Growing Great Boys.

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Raising Confident Girls: Practical Tips for Bringing out the Best in your Daughter by Ian Grant, Mary Grant

Girls have an instinctive ability for good verbal communication, nurturing and emotional intelligence but they need a simple and strong foundation from their parents to really grow into healthy adults. This title is about working with the essential character of girls to raise confident, communicative and successful women.

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About the Author

Ian Grant, Mary Grant

Ian Grant is one of New Zealand's best-known parenting experts. With his wife Mary, they run Parents Inc., which hosts parenting seminars and programmes. Married for 42 years, they have three adult children, five grandsons and three granddaughters.

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Ebury Press

Publication date

2nd April 2009




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