AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 PARENTING STYLES
Japanese kindergarteners who ride the subway solo might be surprised to learn what a helicopter parent is. In some Central African tribes, mother and father figures are practically interchangeable. You're unlikely to hear much French baby-talk, because who would insult a little one's intelligence in such a way? Around the World in 80 Parenting Styles is a celebration of the many ways different cultures tackle one of life's toughest most liferearranging gigs, infused with centuries of lore, ritual, lessons and love.
This book is a standing ovation for parents everywhere, and proof we're never done learning from one another.