Children Are People Too!

MABEL Lim, directress of Kids' Playway Montessori, reviews Dr Porter's book. After researching behaviour management in childcare centres, Dr Porter concluded that the prevailing reward and punishment approach does not work, that it's not in children's, or parents', interests to overtly attempt to control children's behaviour.

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The Singapore Story (Abridged Edition)

 

Lee Kuan Yew is the architect of modern Singapore. He did his much awaited memoirs in the late 90s in two volumes. This book is the abridged version of the first volume which dealt with his boyhood in pre-World War II Singapore, his Japanese Occupation experience, his Cambridge University years when his political views took shape, and his work preparing for the launch of the People's Action Party that has since dominated the Singapore political landscape.

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Tweens - a season for moulding

TWEENS is a term coined for a child aged approximately between eight to 13, also known as preteens or preadolescents. As a mother of two tweens, I have my fair share of experiences to help me take a harder look at raising kids of this age group.

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The Giving Tree

Title:    The Giving Tree
Author: Silverstein, Shel
Publisher: Harper Collins Publisher
First Published: 1964
Price:    S$31.03
Available: Kinokuniya Bookstore
Parent Reviewer: Etan


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