October 17, 2012

My book! My book!

Yes! I wrote a book. Six years ago I wrote a book called CALMS: A Guide to Soothing Your Baby with my friend and colleague Debby Takikawa. It was a short and sweet little gem that gave parents a clear understanding of how to help their little one’s during the challenging moments.

Over the years Debby and I realized there was more to say, more to share—so we’ve re-written, re-designed and re-released CALMS. And it’s available now!

This improved and expanded 2nd edition carries the same nuggets of wisdom, in the same simple clear format, but includes MORE help with each step and MORE beautiful photos. CALMS delves deeply into the ways that communication with your infant have a positive effect on early brain growth and relational development. We wrote this so it would be clear, easy to read and to-the-point. I am especially excited about how the new edition is bound in a useful “lay-flat binding” that will allow you to read when hands are busy. Super cool.

I know I’m biased, however, I’m going to tell you, straight up, this book is brilliant! And it gives new parents (and honestly, parents with children of any age) a simple, easy and very effective guide to being with little people in loving, compassionate and helpful ways. Who doesn’t want that? Order your copy (or multiple copies), today.

Kind Words about CALMS

“Easy to read but make no mistake, this book is chock-a-block full of the most up-to-date, scientifically sound parenting information & advice.” —Robin Grille Parenting for a Peaceful World

“This book is a gem! If new parents take this information to heart, their babies will be abundantly blesses.” —David Chamberlain, PhD The Mind of Your Newborn

“The depth of wisdom in this little book is no way confined by the brevity of the pages.” —Barbara Findeisen, MFT.The Star Foundation

“Nothing short of brilliant! A step-by-step guide of how to parent in a most loving and caring way.” —Michael J. Shea PhD Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy Volumes I & II

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