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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Dynamics of the Parent-Child Relationship in Pictures by Paul Ledford is an illustrated tool that will guide parents to understand their child and raise them as a successful and independent individual. The world is changing and the book advises parents to take charge responsibly so that their child's bad habits do not take over. Children are smart and they can read the intentions of adults quickly even before they know how to read. This book tells parents to be careful because children develop their values and principles by observing them. It is a good book for parents to understand the importance of following some basic principles in raising emotionally healthy children.
I like the author's approach to a relevant topic; it is entertaining, fun, and informative. The use of illustrations to make the concept simple and clear makes the book unique. This will help parents set positive examples for their children by being their coach and helping them adjust in life and not by managing their life. This is a good read for all parents who want to raise independent and free-thinking children, and also to those parents who are willing to put in the time and effort to make sure their children are properly guided and can make their dreams come true. The use of illustrations and simple words make it a quick read, and the techniques are easy to incorporate into daily living.