Father Pregnancy Books
The libraries of 100 father pregnancy books was an ambitious educational article series of feature-editor of the weekly newspaper Die Zeit. Started in 1978, was published in the next two years, each week a review of a work of world literature. 1980 published a book edition of these essays by Suhrkamp Verlag, edited by Fritz J. Raddatz, the sales success the great interest in this kind of canon formation was confirmed, and the essay collection of 2009 is unchanged in the 13th Rest in front. The success of the company meant that the project was completed five years later a collection of libraries of the 100 non-fiction, the book edition worried again Raddatz 1984 as publisher. Finally, followed in 2002 and 2003 a series of articles intended to propose a series of 50 works of comprehensive reading canon for students, the time-student library. Based on the observation that in a then recent study about the reading habits of the reception of the "beautiful literature" far behind landed behind various types of dictionaries and reference books, was declared aim to teach reading, to entice you to read. The selection of the works concerned a six-person jury (Rudolf Walter Leonhardt, Hans Mayer, Rolf Michaelis, Fritz J. Raddatz, Peter Wapnewski and Dieter E. Zimmer), which invited the reviewers. Some of the works were presented by the jury members themselves, most reviewers were not professional book critic, but even well-known writers. Their subjective perspective on the works from their own reading experience and enthusiasm turns out part of the appeal of the collection. Poetry I: From Walter to Hölderlin (Ulla Hahn, published her collection of 234 poems in 2003 as they anthology entitled Voices in the canon of German poetry. ). . . The publication "The role of the father" shows the important role that parents play in raising their children. Dr. Kyle Pruett in child psychiatry has been investigated for over 20 years this issue and now shares it with us. The publication is accessible to most people due to the simplicity of his narrative. Among the items mentioned is the divorce, adoption, and step-parents of children with disabilities. Pruett is a professor of child psychiatry at Yale University, has written several father pregnancy books on this subject and has contributed columns on parenting. From his own experience encourages all parents to maintain communication with their children in their first years of life, by pursuing their education through adolescence, and then road to maturity. With this piece wishes to remind families that can become so essential for a child his father's presence, not just on an emotional level, also at the physical or cognitive. What if there is no father pregnancy books figure at home? Well, I think is not quite decisive as his mother or others close to the family achieve fill the gap. When are parents, especially when we are for the first time we have to overcome many trials and face daily situations that are entirely new: questions about food, sleep problems, crying, tantrums, nightmares . . . And we ask lots of questions to we must find answers. One way that we use to resolve these questions is to consult father pregnancy books on parenting and, therefore, we want to recommend a few works that you will trust that the education and growth of your kids. - "How to raise your child healthy with Your Doctor" Dr. Robert Mendelsohn, a pediatrician for 30 years. In his book states that parents, not doctors, the most qualified to determine the severity of children's discomfort and that can and should be involved in all that concerns the health of their children. This is a book in which the author presents a simple and nontechnical language, the most important symptoms and illnesses experienced by the child. It includes chapters on parenting and development, children, colds and flu, throat infections, inoculations, vision and hearing, nutrition, allergies, skin problems and emotional. - "The education of children of the" A "to" Z ", edited by Editorial Hispano Europea. This is a guide that provides solutions to the 50 most common problems of early childhood education to those who have to deal with parents of children between 1 and 7. Guidance is highly recommended because it presents concrete solutions to very specific problems with some touches of humor to boot a smile to parents even in the most stressful situations. Taking into account that on Father's Day we would like to recommend some books written by and for parents. Happy Father's Day!:. - "A gift for the father of Salvador Moré. Moré has confessed that he wrote the book during the nine months of gestation of her first child. It explains that during this period he accompanied his wife, but instead, no one asked him how he was, how she felt . . . So I decided to write a book to accompany parents during the father pregnancy books of women . - "Parapapa: The perfect manual for becoming a perfect parent. " This is a humorous book written in code and which, according to one author Daniel Samper, is an "indispensable work for parents, who never received the preparation for raising children that are given to mothers. " It is defined as "the book that all parents wanted and dared not ask. " - "Father newbie: survival manual" by Francisco Fernandez Beltran, is a book that claims the role of modern parents in the care of babies. Finally mothers are no longer the sole carers, and parents rush to change diapers, bathe the baby, prepare a bottle . . . In it the author recounts his own experience to guide other parents who also want to have an important role in caring for their children. HELLO I NEED A BOOK FOR MY DAD AS ALWAYS KEEP MY BROTHERS AND GAVE THEM ALL, BUT ONE HAS ANOTHER 32 YEARS AND A DAUGHTER 27 AND 28 AND THE TWO MEN AND DAUGHTER NO LONGER WORK BUT NOW IS THAT WORKS CHILDREN WANT TO CONTINUE TO BE MAINTAINED AND CONTRIBUTE NOTHING WITHOUT SOME HOME TIPS BOOK OR SOMETHING FOR MY DAD SO THERE EYES, AND THAT PLEASE HAVE NO OBLIGATION TO CONTINUE AND YOU MAKE THEM RESPONSIBLE. . . .