The New Father: A Dad's Guide to The Toddler Years, 12-36 Months (Paperback)
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The essential guide for fathers of one- and two-year-olds, completely revised and updated
Learn how to make a positive impact in these milestone years of your child's development, when he or she goes from crawling to walking, and from knowing just a few words to speaking in complete sentences. Armin Brott guides you through this crucial phase of fatherhood three months at a time, in the third volume of the New Father series trusted by millions of dads nationwide. Each chapter covers:
- Your child’s physical, intellectual, verbal, and emotional/social development
- What you’re experiencing as a father
- Age-appropriate activities you and your child can enjoy together
- Family matters, including your relationship with your partner, sibling relationships, and more
This new edition of The New Father: A Dad’s Guide to the Toddler Years has been thoroughly updated to cover the issues dads face today, from balancing work and family to managing kids’ screen time. Dads will rely on this friendly yet authoritative book—and moms will find it helpful, too.
About the Author
Armin A. Brott is a nationally recognized parenting expert and the author of ten critically acclaimed books for fathers, including The New Father: A Dad’s Guide to the First Year and The New Father: A Dad’s Guide to the Toddler Years, 12–36 Months. He also writes a syndicated newspaper column, Ask Mr. Dad, and hosts a weekly radio show, Positive Parenting. To learn more, visit his website, mrdad.com.
In this third of his perfectly targeted book series for the modern dad, Brott demystifies child development. . . and make[s] fathers. . . enjoy the vital role they play in their kids lives even more. A great addition to any parenthood library.
— Child magazine
Read a book? Who has time? But you’d be wise to find some so you can take advantage of a fabulous resource . . . The New Father.
— Sesame Street Parents
This book would make a great gift for any new dad.
— Lawrence Kutner, Ph.D., columnist, Parents magazine