From Monkeying to Parenting by Parminder Kaur Sharma is an insightful book for Parents as well as Grandparents and will help you understand your kid’s working of the brains and how you can facilitate learning, growth, and creativity.
Is this a parenting book?
I’d say they are books for thinking parents about kids. Read liberally. Ponder. Apply as needed. This book will change everything you think!
The author tells us to use simple tweaks and a little patience and apply it to parenting in areas like motivation, praise, sibling relationships, and your relationship with your in-laws, the difference between Tantrums and Meltdown, bullying and more.
This book is exceptionally helpful! It talks about your role in the household and your relationship with your In-Laws helps kids in shaping up their outlook and tells us parents, resist giving pointers to our kids. I loved the chapters on temperament, bullying, Assignment, Super Mom, and … heck, it’s all good.
Author Parminder gives us examples throughout the book, of her own experiences with her Kids and that makes the book more relatable and easy to follow.
We as parents enroll our children in various activity thinking we are helping in shaping our kids’ future, regardless of children’s interest. But as said by the Author; We are missing to provide the legacy of basic human values to them.
Here’s a book that requires a highlighter and a notepad – it’s really good. At the end of every chapter, the Author asks probing questions for you to mull over and think. Structuring her book around today’s Parents and Kids, this book gives an excellent re-evaluation moment. The authors’ little tips are really helpful, just try not to laugh when you see how well they work.
The title of the book ‘From Monkeying to Parenting’ is interesting and really wants you to know more about what this book has plus, the book is a really short read- about 100 pages, so it’s like a cherry on the top of the cake.