Author: Paul Kip Grimm

Released: 2010

Pages: 183

Genre: Self-Help, Parenting, Teaching

Source: Author

ISBN: 9781453708194

This book is genius. If there is a get-to-the-point book for getting your students through school, this is it! I hardly ever branch out from reading and reviewing Young Adult literature, but this struck me as an incredible find. As some of you know, I work at a retail store where I get to train customers in computers. Kip was asking about how to get word out about his new book. “Well, you have come to the right trainer!” I exclaimed with glee. After explaining that I review books and had connections to other reviewers, he ran to his car to grab a copy. I was hesitant to read it, as it isn’t my normal read, but I am so happy I did. I’m not a parent, but I am a teacher and this is a great resource. Someday I would also like to be a parent and this will be wonderful to have around.

Grimm has sectioned this book off into two parts: one for parents and one for students. Parents are recommended to read both, but students will get a clear explanation in their language. Parents get great tips from meeting teachers and keeping kids organized to staying the leaders of the house and learning how to give praises. Students learn about the importance of body language, exercise and nutrition, and avoiding procrastination.

My copy will be floating among reviewers, but I would highly recommend this read, this parenting manual!

-The Book Heroine