Julie N. Taylor is the author of “The Manual That Should Have Come With Your Child But Didn’t: A Teacher’s Guide to Healthy Parenting,” a book that examines the world of parenting, and offers tips and tricks for moms and dads who could use some advice about child behavior, homework help, and planning for a prosperous future for a blossoming brood. A teacher and a parent, Ms. Taylor specializes in both areas, and identifies with those that are invested in connecting with their children in nurturing and enlightening ways. In her book, she offers offers insight into the often complex world of parenting, and the many ways that parents can pique their children’s interests and help them grow in harmony with a flourishing family.
Hailing from Anchorage, Alaska, Ms. Taylor regularly teaches children how to socialize and work with their peers, and to be cooperative and orderly. She also shows them how to concentrate, coordinate, focus, show respect, become independent leaders, and demonstrate a sense of care about themselves, and their schoolwork. As a teacher, she also helps children to learn routines and skills that will assist them in their school subjects and throughout adulthood and in their future job positions, to develop a love for what they do, interest and hobbies. Her strong teaching background has helped her over the years to serve as a wonderful parent and coach to other moms and dads, and she is passionate about helping parents around the nation to build and maintain balanced family lives.
“The Manual That Should Have Come With Your Child But Didn’t: A Teacher’s Guide to Healthy Parenting” gives information to parents on the following topics:
- Nutrition and fitness for children
- Children’s growth and development
- Mental, physical and social health for young students
- Eating healthy snacks
- Communicating with teachers
- Building and constructing a behavior chart
In addition to these rich and abundant resources that will help attentive parents to give their child the means for success that they deserve, there are additional topics listed in the table of contents for quick access when there is a need for assistance. The petite and easy-to-carry book can be placed on a bookshelf until the next time it is needed, or easily tucked into a diaper bag or purse for quick reading.