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How to Raise Well-Rounded Children: Dr. Lulu's "How To" Series: Book One by Uchenna L. Umeh, M.D. is a useful and helpful manual for all parents when it comes to tackling issues related to parenting and some of the mental issues children deal with in their lives. This book will help parents understand their children better as it discusses the 16 guiding principles required to teach children so that they grow up to become well rounded and resilient individuals, less judgmental and more mindful. Raising children nowadays has become very challenging and this book addresses queries about how to raise and empower kids so that they grow up to be the best version of themselves.
The author speaks extensively about a topic that is relevant. The tips and tools shared by her in the book are easy for readers to comprehend and incorporate when it comes to dealing with children, making parenting fun and rewarding. Reading this book will make parents wiser and the task of bringing up children will seem less daunting and more engaging. It is a must-read for all parents and also for those who are planning to become parents. The author's style of expression is simple and easy to understand, and she encourages parents to set realistic goals for their children and find that unique balance for their children. She makes parenting look easy and it is a good book not only for parents but also for caregivers, tutors, and counselors when it comes to handling children.