SuperBaby by Jenn Mann


By Jenn Mann

  • Release Date: 2010-09-07
  • Genre: Parenting
Score: 4
From 18 Ratings
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The first three years of life are the most important for nurturing a child's full potential: that's when they start forming attachments, developing a sense of self, and learning to trust. During this time, there are critical windows of opportunity that parents can take advantage of-if they know how. In a dozen succinct yet information-packed chapters, award-winning columnist and professional therapist Dr. Jenn Berman gives parents the knowledge they need. Her enlightening sidebars, bulleted lists, and concrete, easy-to-use strategies will help parents raise happy, healthy babies…who grow to be flourishing toddlers and successful adults.


  • A must for parents!!!!

    By Mark34663
    This book is an impressive work by someone who has a strong passion for the subject of parenting and helping others raise children. The book is structured perfectly and could be read cover to cover or be used as a reference guide. I recommend this book to parents who want to avoid saying in the future "I wish I read this book earlier and not have to learn all these things the hard way, I could have reduced anxiety in my children while they were babies." To put it simply, this is the best $$ you can spend for your family. I stumbled upon Dr. Jenns show on satellite radio some months ago and called in with few questions about our 18 month old son. I could sense while talking to her how incredibly passionate she is about this topic and how much of her time was dedicated to this research and the final product which is Superbaby. Dr. Jenn actually sent me a free copy of her book after our call with a personal note of encouragement. This made a big difference in our lives and our development as parents. The impact on children was seen immediately. The advice in this book is priceless and gives parents tools to navigate through these challenging times for babies/children/teens/parents.