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March 26th, 2012, 06:10 PM
Jule'sMomInOR's Avatar Mega Super Mommy
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3/15-4/30 The Discipline Book by Dr. Sears
Amazon.com: The Discipline Book: How to Have a Better-Behaved Child From Birth to Age Ten (9780316779036): Martha Sears, William Sears: Books

5/1 - 6/15
Amazon.com: Unconditional Parenting: Moving from Rewards and Punishments to Love and Reason (9780743487481): Alfie Kohn: Books

6/16 - 7/31 - ashleyj88's pick
8/1 - 9/15 - ashj_1218's pick
9/16 - 10/31 - alwayssmile's pick
11/1 - 12/15 - joontzgirl's pick

I can't believe this schedule takes us all the way to December! I help having to check and make sure I didn't do something wrong with the dates! So, no rush to choose now! LOL.
Mariah, AP Mommy to Juliana

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July 10th, 2012, 04:49 PM
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May I suggest:

It is not an AP book per se, but I think it will support an AP approach by describing how children experience the world at different ages/stages. I plan to start reading it myself soon. Maybe I will leave a short book review even if no one else wants to read it with me.

I think having a less prescriptively "parenting" focused book might actually be good for helping inform us rather than making us feel guilty that we might not be doing everything exactly right. Mostly because people seem frustrated with Unconditional Parenting being so negative for so much of the book (I know I was).

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