"With the myriad of parenting books on the shelves, it seems like everyone has tips on how to raise your child. So, here’s a radical idea: Trust yourself. A new book, “Instinctive Parenting: Trusting Ourselves To Raise Good Kids,” (March 2010, Gallery Books/ Simon & Schuster, Inc.) encourages moms and dads to forgo the anxiety that often accompanies parenting and simply find what works best for their family. Written by Ada Calhoun, founding editor-in-chief of Babble. com, it’s full of anecdotes and refreshing advice. In the end, says Calhoun, it comes down to providing love, food, and shelter. It’s a refreshingly commonsense approach." — New York Family
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