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“We've all heard that old cliche that parenting doesn't come with a handbook; now that has changed, thanks to this innovative and inspired resource. Dr. Katie Penry has done the hard work for us―condensing decades of research on childhood brain development into foundational principles and actionable tools. I have read dozens of parenting books, and this is the very best I've read for toddler parenting. Every toddler deserves to be raised by parents who have read this book!” ―Rachel Nielson, host of the top-ranked parenting podcast, 3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms

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Dr. Katie Penry is a licensed clinical psychologist and author. She currently operates a private practice on the Gulf Coast of Alabama where she lives with her husband and two young children. Her doctorate is from Wheaton College. Her post-doctoral psychoanalytic studies and training were conducted at Brookhaven Institute. She also has supplemental training in Newborn Behavioral Observation from Brazelton Institute. Her passion for early dyadic interactions and attachment, coupled with her expertise in the psychoanalytic approach, has helped her become a popular international parenting resource. --This text refers to the paperback edition.

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