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Hi guys,

I have never been much of a reader, but after the arrival of my daughter I have been given presents of 2 parenting books which I both really enjoyed in terms of the insights into the world that children live in and of course it is just worth it for the good advise you pick up here and there.

Anyone have some favourite parenting books they can recommend? we like Montessori for example

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I think every parent should read the book "The continuum Concept" and "Hold on to your kids" with Gordon Neufeld.
 
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A second thumbs up vote for the Continuum Concept.  Not a parenting manual per se, but crucial concepts for developing healthy minds.
 
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