The Happy Toddler

Non-Fiction - Parenting
412 Pages
Reviewed on 01/04/2018
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Raising a happy and healthy child and remaining sane at the same time is a challenge. Although rearing children is exciting, it can also be stressful at times. The Happy Toddler by Chantal Kayem is a useful guide that will help parents understand their children’s behaviors, feelings, what will work, and what won’t work so that they can understand their children better. The book also focuses on teaching parents effective discipline and communication skills so that a more peaceful family environment is created and there are better behaved and more responsible children.

I like the way in which the author handles a relevant topic and helps parents provide a good home environment for children. Parenting this generation is demanding compared to olden times. The easy-to-read and practical strategies in the book answer most of the common questions parents ask while bringing up children. The guidelines are not only effective for parents, but also help optimal psychological development in children. The book will help parents develop a positive and loving home environment for their children. The advice will also help to ease a little of the stress that is felt as the parent of a toddler. The layout and presentation of the topic are both appealing, making the concept easy to understand, and this will help parents make special moments for their children. For all those parents bringing up a toddler, this book is a must-read as it will help parents to nurture a happy toddler.