It's Not Fair, Jeremy Spencer's Parents Let Him Stay up All Night!
A Guide to the Tougher Parts of Parenting
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About the author
Anthony E. Wolf, received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the City University of New York. For the past twenty-five years he has been in private practice seeing children and adolescents in the Springfield, Massachusetts area. Married, Dr. Wolf is the father of two grown children. He has written five books on parenting and numerous articles, which have appeared in such magazines as Child Magazine, Parents, and Family Circle. He has also written a monthly column for Child Magazine.
Anthony Wolf's groundbreaking book focuses on the most difficult challenges of parenting post-infant to pre-teen children—setting limits and making demands. Dr. Wolf covers all the class parenting problem areas: family disputes, including who's in charge (Mom or Dad), sibling fights, and divorce; day-to-day issues such as bedtime, grumpiness, and public tantrums; and problems that might not be problems after all, like aggression, lying, and spoiling. Positive, loving, and, above all, effective, this guide offers parents what they want most: more time to enjoy their children.
Farrar, Straus and Giroux
; April 1996
264 pages; ISBN 9781466824225
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Title: It's Not Fair, Jeremy Spencer's Parents Let Him Stay up All Night!
Author: Anthony E. Wolf
In the press
“Anthony Wolf addresses discipline and behavior problems, from the serious to the ridiculous, with a smart, sophisticated, and refreshing approach. His anecdotes ring so true that you are sure to hear your own voice—not to mention the voices of your children—in these pages.” —Pamela Abrams, executive editor, Parents
“By far the best advice book for parents of young children that I have ever read.” —Louise Bates Ames, associate director, Gesell Institute of Human Development
“Dr. Wolf presents a system of discipline and ways of dealing with complex parenting problems (complete with many useful anecdotes) that allow for consistency without demanding unrealistic rigidity of parents and children.” —Bruce Raskin