Calmer , Easier, Happier Books by Noel Janis -Norton – Book Reviews

One of my favourite parenting authors from last year was Noel Janis-Norton. She is a learning and behaviour specialist with over 45 years’ experience in Britain and United States as a head teacher, special needs advisor, consultant, lecturer, parenting coach , speaker and of course author too , helping parents and teachers learn effective  techniques Continue reading “Calmer , Easier, Happier Books by Noel Janis -Norton – Book Reviews”

“Homeschool Bravely” by Jamie Erikson ( Book Review)

I am super pleased with myself ( if I may write/say so lol) because we are half way through the month of January and I have managed to read two books so far. This really never happens! I really want this year to concentrate a bit more on my blog too and write more reviewsContinue reading ““Homeschool Bravely” by Jamie Erikson ( Book Review)”

The Confident Homeschooler : How to thrive in the Day- to -Day by Pam Barnhill ( Book Review)

My first read of the New Year, was a homeschooling book – surprise, surprise !!! I Discovered Pam Barnhill a year ago while reading Sarah Mackenzie’s book ” The Read Aloud Family”. And since then , I have been reading a lot of her content ( on her blog ), as well as reading herContinue reading “The Confident Homeschooler : How to thrive in the Day- to -Day by Pam Barnhill ( Book Review)”

My Top 7 Homeschool Books for 2019

This year I managed to read quite a few books related to homeschooling . I found a lot of them extremely beneficial , helpful and life changing too and I thought that it would only be fair if I shared them with you all. Because sharing is caring 🙂 So below you will find myContinue reading “My Top 7 Homeschool Books for 2019”

“The Six Cards – How to Teach Your Child Qur’an ” by Amina Mohamed (book review)

    “There is no job more important than parenting “ I was recently sent ” The Six Cards – How to teach your child Qur’an ” by Amina Mohamed and although I reviewed this book on my own Instagram account, I find it is  always better to write a blog post , as itContinue reading ““The Six Cards – How to Teach Your Child Qur’an ” by Amina Mohamed (book review)”

5 Tips On How to Make Sure Your Children Get Along ( based on the book ” Siblings Without Rivalry” by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish )

  I grew up as an only child and I  have to admit that  I genuinely did not know what I was getting into when we decided to have more than one child. I really was not aware of all the different dynamics when it comes to having a sibling. ( a big part ofContinue reading “5 Tips On How to Make Sure Your Children Get Along ( based on the book ” Siblings Without Rivalry” by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish )”

7 Ways for Parents to encourage their boys to read

Sadly, we live in times, when children are more likely to spend their time playing a computer game, rather than read a book, even more so for boys.  Research consistently shows that boys’ reading lags behind girls.One of the recent studies, undertaken by the University of Dundee , which looked at the reading habits ofContinue reading “7 Ways for Parents to encourage their boys to read”

Top 5 Parenting Books on how to raise confident, strong and happy girls and boys

Being a mother of three girls and two boys, it was obvious for me to see throughout the years  the cliche that women are from Venus and men are from Mars.So from an early stage , I realised that my approach and parenting to these two different sexes must also be tailored to their needs.Continue reading “Top 5 Parenting Books on how to raise confident, strong and happy girls and boys”

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