Let's Talk Kids: Facing Family Challenges
|Let's Talk Kids: Celebrating Your Family!
by Claudia Quigg
Edited by Caitlin Husted and Laruen Taylor. Designed by Eric Weatherford, cover design by Emily Cardot, with photopgraphy by Emily Cardot.
paperback © 2015 • 256 pages (6" X 9”)
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Celebrating Your Family, the final installment in the Let's Talk Kids series, celebrates the variety of ways to cherish time with your family, both kith and kin.
After focusing on the building of a family in her last two books, Let's Talk Kids: Celebrating Your Family encourages parents to take a step back and enjoy the family they have lovingly built.
The chapters within are beneficial to anyone with children in their lives. Claudia highlights the wonderful, indispensable connections between family and community.
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Let's Talk Kids: Facing Family Challenges written by Claudia Quigg. (Decatur, IL.: Bronze Man Books, April 2054 )256 pages, 6x9 inches, perfect bound paperback. ISBN978-0-990992-12-7 $16.00 plus $2.50 postage from the publisher at <http://www.bronzemanbooks.com> or by mail from: Bronze Man Books, Millikin University, 1184 W. Main, Decatur, IL 62522
What parents & professionals are saying:
“This book helps us take a fresh look at navigating these experiences as opportunities for success. It is not a cookbook for behavior management, rather, a fresh look at building on parental expertise in promoting a child’s mastery of self-regulation and competence.”
Janet L. Patterson, M.D.
Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Section of Child Developmen
Department of Pediatrics, University of Illinois College of Medicine at Peorai
“As a professor of child development, I find her suggestions to be developmentally sound. As a parent of adult children, I found the book still relevant! Quigg’s deep love and respect for families shines through every page!”
Darlene Haffner Hoffman, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Emeritus Millikin University
About the Author - Claudia Quigg
Claudia Quigg, M.Ed., is Founding Executive Director of Baby TALK, and has blazed the trail for professionals dedicated to supporting families of young children.
See the Baby TALK web site at <http://www.babytalk.org>.
Her weekly column, “Let’s Talk Kids,” is featured in a number of newspapers and on WUIS Illinois NPR.
She earned her B.A. from Millikin University and her M.Ed. from the University of Illinois.
A mother of three and grandmother of six, Claudia brings her parenting experience to thousands of families served through Baby TALK programs each year.