Parents the world over want the best for their children. I just returned from working in Hong Kong and I had the good fortune to meet and work with so many parents. One dad in Hong Kong, when asked why he signed up for the Master Class on Conversational Reading said, “I learned that I can be a better parent by having more conversations with my son about subjects that matter to him.”
The most important gift we can give our children is our attention and reading and talking with children about what matters, what I call Conversational Reading, gives us the perfect opportunity to give them the attention they need to thrive.
The habit of talking, sharing with children our thoughts and feelings, about subjects that are important —friendship, kindness, compassion, integrity, doing the right thing— is how we help children thrive and find their voice and place in the world.
~ What is important, what matters?
~ What do we really need in life?
~ What makes for a good life?”
The book is both good-humored and engaging and it would make for a perfect family read with children of all ages.