ParentEdge Magazine Lauds Effective Parenting: A New Paradigm
‘The highlight of the book is the author’s storytelling style, one of warmth and sincerity. Ramendra Kumar has the knack of presenting weighty themes with a light touch.,’ says ParentEdge Magazine in its review of Effective Parenting; A New Paradigm
The ParentEdge Magazine has lauded the one-of-its-kind Indian parenting book Effective Parenting: A New Paradigm by Ramendra Kumar.
The Magazine wrote in its review:
The highlight of the book is the author’s storytelling style, one of warmth and sincerity. Ramendra Kumar has the knack of presenting weighty themes with a light touch. It is indeed rare to come across a parenting book grounded in the Indian context and this book scores on that count alone. The author draws on his experience of living and working in an industrial township in India – mindscapes that evoke middle class India.
The book is organized around Five Pillars of Parenting that the author holds dear, which are indeed essential aspects of raising children – Sharing, Caring, Fun and Joy, Healthy Living and Invaluable Values. Ramendra Kumar liberally uses personal anecdotes, quotations from illustrious people and relevant statistic to deliver home truths. The takeaways are presented in an easily accessible format for each chapter. The book is a handy read for today’s parent.
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