The Secret Language of Your Child by Dr David Lewis Giveaway!

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The Blurb

What is a toddler trying to say by touching their ears or tilting their head? Dr David Lewis pioneered the study of how young children communicate with each other using gestures and facial expressions and his detailed research explains how toddlers can already communicate before they learn to speak. The Secret Language of Your Child explains the facial and body expressions of the under-fives, helping parents to understand what their child is trying to communicate and to recognise when a child is feeling anxious, aggressive or distressed. Using a wealth of illustrations that interpret the secret language of your child, David Lewis reveals how to communicate with a child during its formative years. Learn how to understand your child and how to reply in the same language. The Secret Language of Your Child is a handbook for all new parents, carers and nursery staff in its revelations of the body language and the behaviour of the under-fives. It will make every reader look at under fives in an entirely different way.

Contents

Title page

Dedication

Introduction

Acknowledgment

1) How children talk- without saying a word

2) Learning the first language of life

3) Baby talk- and what it means

4) How to read a smile

5) The language of leadership

6) The language of Aggression and Anxiety

7) The meaning of Gesture and Gaze

8) Your part in the secret language

9) Hidden truths in family snaps

10) Helping you to help your child

Appendix – The anatomy of baby talk

Copyright

My Thoughts

This book is so fascinating. It’s an easy read and definitely will make you look at your toddler in a different way. I will be honest and thought ‘not another one that tells you a load of rubbish’ but it has surprised me and I really did enjoy reading it.

It makes you say ‘oh right, that does make sense now’ It really is very fascinating and when you read the book, it does all make sense, it doesn’t make you think ‘oh what a load of rubbish’ which in all honesty was what I was expecting to find. I would definitely recommend it.

And I have been given the chance to give one lucky reader the chance to win one in my giveaway! Just enter the rafflecopter below, good luck x

 

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30 Responses to The Secret Language of Your Child by Dr David Lewis Giveaway!

  1. Sounds like an interesting read, thanks for sharing with #readwithme x

  2. Sounds a fascinating read x

  3. Tracy Nixon says:

    I would give it to my sister to help her understand the language of my new baby niece! My little ones are now old enough to tell me what they want lol!

  4. Caroline Doyle says:

    I’d give this book to a friend who is pregnant x

  5. This sounds brilliant – like the Wonder Weeks book for babies but now for toddlers! My little one is only 5 months but it’s definitely something I’d want to have for the future! #readwithme

  6. Emily G says:

    Sounds like an interesting book! I studied child language development as part of my a level English found it very interesting x #readwithme

  7. Jodie W says:

    I would be avidly reading it and studying my 15 month old at the same time

  8. Rachel Craig says:

    Keep it, as it sounds interesting, useful etc.

  9. kayleigh Bates says:

    I’d keep it x

  10. aaron broad says:

    I would give this to someone else

  11. As I have two boys aged 3 and 7 years I would give it to a friend who has a baby x

  12. Michelle Banks says:

    i would give it to my daughter x

  13. Andrea Smith says:

    I’d keep it, read it then give it to my sister in law, as she has children too

  14. Martina Pichova says:

    It would be great for myself – to read my toddler and baby…

  15. Elizabeth Hinds says:

    I would definitely give it a read, this kind of thing is just up my street 🙂

  16. leanne weir says:

    i would definitely keep it

  17. Karen Barrett says:

    I would give it to my son and his wife. Thank you

  18. Kristy Brown says:

    I would keep this for me

  19. Jade says:

    I’d keep it

  20. claire woods says:

    Keep it – I need it!

  21. Kirsty Fox says:

    I would give it to my next door neighbour

  22. Kat Lucas says:

    I would give it to my best friend who is expecting

  23. Emily Jayne Phipps says:

    I’d definitely keep it for myself – this looks a great read!!! I would pass it on after though – i’m not completely selfish!

  24. Laura Hickling says:

    We have a two year old and one on the way so I’d definitely keep it for myself!

  25. Clare Martin says:

    I would keep it for myself.

  26. kim neville says:

    Would give to my sister who has just had a baby so will be very useful 🙂

  27. Natalie Crossan says:

    I’d keep it 🙂

  28. Monica Gilbert says:

    I have a 2 year old and work with 1 and 2 year olds at a nursery, so I’d definitely be keeping it! (But I’d probably loan it to my coworkers after I finish it.)

  29. Lesley Bradley says:

    I would read it and lend it out!

  30. Victoria Prince says:

    Definitely keep it, I am fascinated by behaviour and it looks like a brilliant read.

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