Experiments to Help You Better Understand Your Child’s Mind

Amber Ankowski and Andy Ankowski, co-authors of Think Like a Baby.
Topic:
Learn to better understand your child’s developing mind.
Issues: Setting up simple research experiements to do with your baby; fun ways to get insight into what’s happening inside your child’s skull; the importance of talking to your baby; playing with reflexes; how music affects a child–before he or she is even born; many more experiments.

The Only Parenting Technique You’ll Ever Need

David Vienna, author of Calm the F*ck Down.
Topic:
Could this be the only parenting technique you’ll ever need?
Issues: A variety of scenarious that make parents anxious–and down-to-earth reassurance and guidance on how to relax and enjoy the moment.

Balancing the Brains of Kids with Neurological Disorders

Robert Melillo, author of Disconnected Kids.
Topic:
Balancing the brains of kids with autism, ADHD, dyslexia, and other neurological disorders.
Issues: How the developing mind is wired; what causes left- and right-brain disconnect; identifying left- or right-brain deficiency; (re)training the brain through physical stimulation.

Superfoods for babies and toddlers

Dana Angelo White, author of First Bites.
Topic:
Superfoods for babies and toddlers.
Issues: Defining superfoods; what growing bodies need; what they don’t need; simple recipes that emphasize fruits and vegetables, grains, protein, dairy, and eggs; getting kids to make good food choices on tier own.

Gabriel Finley & the Raven’s Riddle

George Hagen, author of Gabriel Finley & the Raven’s Riddle.
Topic:

Issues: Creating books for middle schoolers; riddles and puzzles, ravens, magic, mystery, family secrets, and redemption; childhood literary idols.

Raising kids who are grounded, generous, and smart about money

Ron Lieber, author of The Opposite of Spoiled.
Topic:
Raising kids who are grounded, generous, and smart about money.
Issues: Why we need to talk about money; how to start the conversation; the allowance debate; the smartest ways for kids to spend; how to talk about giving; why kids should work; how much is enough?