Books To Read Early Development
How Smart Is Your Baby?
An essential guide to measuring and enriching your baby’s first year of life. This book is about the potential of the newborn baby and the vital role that parents play in developing that potential to it’s fullest.
How To Teach Your Baby To Read
Parents the world over have read this book and discovered the great joy of teaching their babies, toddlers or preschoolers and giving them the gift of literacy. Reading is not a subject like geography, but a brain function like seeing and hearing.
How To Teach Your Baby Math
This book provides parents with a simple and clear daily program for teaching small children mathematics. As with reading, mathematics is not an academic body of knowledge but rather another language with which to think and reason.
Fit Baby, Smart Baby, Your Baby!
This inspiring book shows how the team of mother, father and baby can discover the joys of human mobility. From learning to crawl to the beginnings of the sophisticated skills of the gymnast, this athletic team is baby’s most important one.
How To Multiply Your
Learning begins at birth or earlier and moms are the world’s best teachers. This book shows children can learn anything they’re taught in an honest, factual and joyful way. Learning is a source of fun, enjoyment, achievement and pride.
How To Give Your Baby
This book shows how easy it is to teach a young child and what great fun early learning is to both the child and parents. It is a step-by-step program that enables parents to create a joyous and productive learning environment at home.
The Gentle Revolution Press
Books to read early development.
The mission of the Gentle Revolution Press is to create, publish and distribute the highest-quality materials and books of The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential (IAHP).
The book that started The Gentle Revolution was How To Teach Your Baby To Read. When it first appeared it not only created quite a sensation but it helped to unleash the creativity of parents. The first thing every parent learns is that when you start to teach your baby, the baby wants more and he wants more right now.