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Recommended Readings

  • Quantum Speed Reading: Awakening Your Child’s Mind
    • by Yumiko Tobitami who is from Shichida Child Academy Japan
    • Quantum Speed-Reading involves repeatedly flipping through the pages of a book without making any attempt to read the words. When done properly, Tobitani found that this enabled her grade school students to understand the content of the books—even when the books were written in English, a language the children did not know how to read!
  • Winning at Parenting…Without Beating Your Kids (2 Audio Cassettes) (Audio Cassette)
    • by Barabara Coloroso
  • Playful Parenting
    • by Lawrence Cohen
    • Lawrence Cohen demonstrates that parents need to lighten up and spend a few hours giggling with their kids. Play is inherently educational for children, he claims, and parents can learn plenty by examining the games kids play–from peekaboo to practical jokes.
  • Between Parent and Child
    • by Dr. Haim G Ginott
    • Based on the theory that parenting is a skill that can be learned, this indispensable handbook will show you how to:
      • Discipline without threats, bribes, sarcasm, and punishment
      • Criticize without demeaning, praise without judging, and express anger without hurting
      • Acknowledge rather than argue with children’s feelings, perceptions, and opinions
      • Respond so that children will learn to trust and develop self-confidence
  • Helping Young Children Flourish
    • by Aletha Solter
    • Solter explains WHY children behave the way they do. Once you understand that, it becomes pretty obvious why you need not shout at them or physically discipline them. She goes further and suggests ways around common problems and issues.

1 Response to "Recommended Readings"

We would like to offer free support to help your child catch on to literacy in English. This can be a difficult and frustrating time for both parents and children so we’d like to help. You can go to our website: or email us: We look forward to hearing from you in helping your child become a strong and independant reader!

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