Think you know the real Barack Obama? You don't — not until you've read The Amateur. In this stunning exposé, best-selling author Edward Klein — a contributing editor to Vanity Fair, former foreign editor of Newsweek, and former editor-in-chief of The New York Times Magazine — pulls back the curtain on one of the most secretive White Houses in history.
#27 (Kindle) This is a book my husband purchased for one of his fall college classes. Wow! I highlighted and marked so many pages on the Kindle that I asked him to buy me a paper copy. (it's hard to flip pages on the Kindle.)
Really everyone should read this! It's clear that the most important parental quality is "empathy"...and when we don't treat our infants/children with empathy...it causes basically all the ills we see in society...This book is very "technical" (not exciting) but the information in here will dispell all American "old wives tales" about baby care...and eliminate any credence you'd ever give books like, "On Becoming Babywise"... "In this landmark volume, Dr. Weil carefully defines empathic…
Want to Raise Successful Kids? Neuroscience Says Read to Them Like This (but Most Parents Don't)
Read to young children in this way, and they'll develop greater intellectual empathy | "Educational studies suggest that it's reflecting on a learning experience afterward that truly inspires growth, Clabough says. And encouraging children to make decisions while they're reading amounts to decision-making practice, which "results in synaptic changes and strengthening of neuronal pathways in your child."