It's Not Fair : Parenting the Bright and Challenging Child by Gill Hines & Alison Baverstock
  

It's Not Fair : Parenting the Bright and Challenging Child

Written by Gill Hines & Alison Baverstock

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Does your child age up to 12 tend to run rings round you and always have the last word? Is he or she strong-willed and independent for his or her age? Do they refuse to take no for an answer? If so, this is the book that can help you handle and resolve these areas of concern before they become major problems.

The authors are also the writers of Whatever: A down-to-earth guide to parenting teenagers.

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Synopsis

It's Not Fair : Parenting the Bright and Challenging Child by Gill Hines & Alison Baverstock

It will help you to:

* Set and reinforce boundaries - and explain why you should

* Identify the issues and risks that your child may face - and help them to prepare for them

* Discuss sensitive issues together - such as sex and drugs

* Help your child to be more aware of the needs of others

About the Author

Gill Hines is a freelance education consultant and trainer, who runs programmes in schools aimed at parents of bright and challenging children. Alison Baverstock is an author and marketing consultant. They are regularly in the media.

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Format

Paperback

Author

Gill Hines & Alison Baverstock
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Publisher

Piatkus Books

Publication date

3rd September 2009

ISBN

9780749952488

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