By James B. Stenson
James Stenson says that there’s no magic formula that will turn you into a good parent, but that you can learn from other parents — and avoid many pitfalls by planning ahead for parental challenges that are sure to come. Here he gives you a framework for discussing important issues about childrearing with other parents, plus a thought-provoking set of questions and observations for individual reading. Using this book, you’ll be able to develop effective strategies to help your children become the kind of adults you would like them to be.
About the Author
James B. Stenson is a writer and educational consultant based in Boston. He was co-founder of The Heights School in Washington, DC, and a founder and headmaster of Northridge Preparatory School in suburban Chicago. Using his twenty years of experience with families, he has written Upbringing, Lifeline, Anchor, Compass, Father: The Family Protector and other works for parents. His books have been translated into ten languages. He has lectured to groups throughout the United States, Canada, England, Ireland, Australia, Singapore, and other countries. His website, which presents practical advice for parents, is www.parentleadership.com.