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The child whisperer : the ultimate handbook for raising happy, successful, cooperative children

Author: Carol Tuttle
Publisher: [Draper, UT] : Live Your Truth Press, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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The Child Whisperer teaches how to read unsaid clues that children naturally give every day, and shows how parenting, teaching, coaching, and mentoring children can be an even more intuitive, cooperative experience than ever.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carol Tuttle
ISBN: 0984402136 9780984402137
OCLC Number: 810318953
Description: vi, 410 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Why every parent and grandparent should read this book --
Could you be wounding your child and not even know it? --
What is a child whisperer? --
What is your goal as a parent? --
How to become a child whisperer --
Introduction to energy profiling --
The 4 types of children --
How to profile babies and toddlers --
Which type is my child? --
How to identify your child's secondary energy type --
The 4 types of parents : motivations, challenges, and tips --
Popular parenting approaches that do not work for all types of children --
The real reason children rebel --
How your family culture may be wounding your child --
How the public education system may be woulding your child --
How your religious culture may be wounding your child --
What about labels? --
Teh top 5 things I did that I am really proud of as a parent --
What I would have done differently if I knew this earlier --
Using your new found child whisperer skills.
Responsibility: Carol Tuttle.

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The Child Whisperer teaches how to read unsaid clues that children naturally give every day, and shows how parenting, teaching, coaching, and mentoring children can be an even more intuitive, cooperative experience than ever.

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***PLAGIARISM***

by LibraryR (WorldCat user published 2013-02-02) Poor Permalink

***PLAGIARISM***
Tuttle continues plagiarizing the same sources (see my reviews). Examples:
Style Strategy: Winning the Appearance Game:
Segerstrom: "Type Three with a Type Four secondary" "T3-4"
Tuttle: "Type 3" "secondary Type 4"...
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