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Toddlers: 5 books in 1 (Toddler Development, Toddler Discipline, Toddler Parenting, Sleep Training & Potty Training)

Narrated by: Michael Hatak
Length: 5 hrs and 25 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (42 ratings)
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Summary

They're not so big in size, but their screams could burst eardrums and their habits can really drive you nuts. There is no need to dress these little monstrosities up in a devil's costume. That's right; we are here to discuss possibly the most talked about stage of child development that's right up there with the adolescent stage: the toddler stage. Cue the music for the Terrible Twos!

This book aims to serve as your one-stop-shop for advice and methods of dealing with some of the most pressing developmental and behavioral issues of this very important phase of your child's life.

The contents of this book include the following:

  • Information about all the physical changes your toddler is enduring.
  • Discussion about the many neurological developments that are occurring in your toddler's brain.
  • Learning how to think like a toddler so that you can interpret and understand the world like they do.
  • Tips, tricks, and hacks to getting through sleep training and potty training.
  • 7 techniques for effective toddler discipline.and much more....

This book is all about changing our mindsets not to necessarily think like our toddler(s), but to get on a level where you can not only assist them in proper healthy development but also truly get along with your child on a basis that not many parents ever get to. It is time to accept that your precious baby is no longer helpless. It is time to embrace your child's developments with other actions other than screaming back at them or becoming frustrated. I can tell you this book will not solve all your issues, for there will still be days you want to give up and leave your small child to defend for themselves. But this book will help you survive the "Terrible Twos", as well as even learn to enjoy your child while they are still this age. Your baby is growing up, and there is no slowing down.

©2017 K.K. Hampton (P)2017 K.K. Hampton

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Valuable information

Amazing! Such good information and examples. Made a huge difference in my kids. Want to share with every mom! Also read whole brained child which was helpful showing how these applications positivity effect the brain.

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Amazing book

Amazing 😁⚡😁⚡ really interesting and my rate it 5/5 because it was really good and was written like a classic.

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Useful guide

This book is simple to listen to accessible and hugely important. This is life-changing material and I can't wait to put these practices to use with my toddler.

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Great book

this was a great book. it contradicts many other books I read but it has helped me with realizing I shouldn't lose my cool with my daughter. the only complaint I have is that it was too short lol

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Enjoyed a lot

This is the best book on toddler discipline I have read. K.K. Hampton instructions are easy to implement. This book changed our family dynamic in just a week!

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Amazing

This book is so wonderful for me, as a parent of an 18-month-old. Love the principles and I've seen positive results to the application.

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Such an informative book

I thought this book was really helpful in gaining insight to the inner workings of my child. It was both thoughtful and easy to understand.

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perfect gift

This book is so funny and definitely puts a light spin on the everyday craziness that is your toddler

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true guidde

After a week of toddlers waking up at 3am screaming, I needed a laugh with someone who gets it. This book is the second best thing. Loved it

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love it

I bought this book as a gift. The parts I were so funny and so true, I didn't want to give it up. I need to buy another copy. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE IT!

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  • Pavithra
  • 21-08-18

for my child

I would recommend this book to anyone that is looking to understand why your child acts a certain way and how they can help them.

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  • Christa
  • 12-03-19

This book is common sense

This book is all over the place. It gives you a list of things to avoid and that’s about it. The information in this book is basic common sense.. I was looking for a book that explained in more detail specific methods with real life examples when interacting with toddlers.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 07-02-19

Parenting 101

I was looking for a book that dug into the psyche of a toddler with the intent of gaining a better understanding of why my child behaved certain ways and why certain disciplines work better than others and so on. Unfortunately after getting half way through the second of 5 books I began to feel like this book was written for 16 year olds lacking life experience and decent human behavior.
While the overall moral of the book "be a good human to your kid" is a great message this was more of a parenting 101 guideline with gentle suggestions, which is not what I need at this time.
I would consider this book a good starting point for a brand new parent before their kid becomes a toddler.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-07-18

good

I do marriage and family therapy, and this is a book I recommend to clients often. It is a great guide to understanding how relationships with your parents impact your own parenting. There are brief activities for reflection, which is perfect. This book can get tough to read, which makes sense as Dan Siegel is a brilliant researcher, but is worth it.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-07-18

must listen to it ....

I really found this useful. I wish I had gotten it in print as I would have tabbed it. Also, the cartoons are difficult to read in the Kindle version. I do want to go back and show them to my son (they have chapter summaries to share with your kids). The red/green/blue zone idea was key to breaking through a barrier I was facing with my son. I plan to read their other books and I hope they are as good as this one is.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-07-18

Wonderful red book

One of the best parenting books I've ever encountered. Cannot say enough for how much it's helped me.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-07-18

great lesson

This book gives incredible insight into parenting. As a mom I found myself at times second-guessing and wondering if I was doing the absolute best thing for my little one. I discovered the only way that I could find out is if I could learn a little bit more about how my toddler behaves and thinks. Dr. Klein is beyond insightful and her decades of experience with toddlers is evident in this book. This is such a great read, if this is the only book you find time to read you will be so grateful to have found it!

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  • kamal
  • 01-07-18

great book

I'm reading it as a Grandparent and gave a copy to my daughter. I love the insightfullness and the way Tavoh explains each instance. Easy to apply to and we have so much fun together now I know how to just enjoy everything they are going through...even a trantrum!!!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 30-06-18

great book changed my life

Only days after starting the methods in this book our 2, almost 3 year old started sleeping through the night after 2, almost 3 years of of waking up every 2 hours. It is a miracle! I am starting to get my mind back. I can be more of the parent I hope to be. My sweet little girl is no longer having daily tantrums (I thought it was her age, but it was her sleep deprivation!).

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  • john
  • 30-06-18

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I borrowed this book from the library after hearing the author on NPR, then bought two copies after that (one for me, one as a replacement when I gave that copy away) . I really like that her work is based on research and not simply opinion. It gave me a good idea of what "normal" toddler behavior was, and why it is that way. Also, at the end of the book there is a list that is like a "cliff notes" version of the book, summing up all her major points, which is helpful for a quick reference. Highly recommend it.