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Parents Toolshop

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Parents Toolshop® is committed to only the highest quality standards in its content and service delivery. It shows, based on the awards and other recognitions of excellence it has received.

 

Publisher’s Marketing Association selected The Parent’s Toolshop as a 2001 top-three finalists for the “Bill Fisher Award,” for the Best First Book by a New Publisher. 

The National Parenting Center bestows their seal of approval to family-oriented books and products that have met their standards for quality and excellence. In their review, TNPC said, “By using the analogy of designing a house to build a strong foundation by which parents can raise their children, other books would be building birdhouses in comparison.”
The ABC’s of Parenting is devoted to providing web surfers with reviews and ratings of the absolute best websites of interest to families and parents-to-be. All sites listed in the ABC’s of Parenting have been reviewed by the site editors and rated by a specific selection criteria. Every site listed has also been reviewed and selected by parents. ABC’s listings are not paid advertisements; all listings are provided free of charge.
The National Council on Family Relations (NCFR) sponsors the only national program to certify family life educators. In their attempt to establish high quality standards and guidelines for all family life educators, they created the Certified Family Life Educator screening and certification process.

 

Writer's Digest Self-Published Book AwardsCertificate of Merit from Writer’s Digest for the 2001 National Self-Published Book awards.

 

 

The Parents Toolshop offers remarkably clear, insightful and practical advice (I say “remarkably” because so many parenting books do not do this!). There were many things that impressed me about this book, including its comprehensive nature and the no-nonsense approach, but I was most impressed by the book’s simple step-by-step plans for handling parenting challenges. Although it is helpful to know the details of development and theory, what parents need most in the moment is the answer to the question, “What on earth do I DO?” The fact that this book can answer that question so reliably and for so many different situations makes it a stand-out in this category. It also has terrific endorsements and is well-priced for the amount of material being offered, and I felt that the cover and copy did a good job of “selling” the book to the buyer by letting them know right away which problems the book was going to help them solve. — Certificate of Merit from Writer’s Digest for the 2001 National Self-Published Book awards.