Got a Kid Who Bites? Share Your Biting Anecdote, Receive Free Copy of New Book, THE BITING SOLUTION

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Share stories about your child's biting and if Seattle book publisher Parenting Press uses your anecdotes on its web site or in newsletters, you'll receive a free copy of THE BITING SOLUTION: The Expert’s No-Biting Guide for Parents, Caregivers, and Early Childhood Educators by Lisa Poelle, M.A.

A child's bite can be more dangerous than a dog or cat's.

Biting is probably the most aggressive toddler behavior that parents and child care providers have to handle. Often, the first bite is a complete surprise: a loving, mild-mannered child takes a chomp---and then won't stop!

To promote a new how-to book on stopping the problem, publisher Parenting Press invites parents, caregivers and early childhood educators to submit anecdotes about the biters they've worked with. Complimentary copies of "The Biting Solution: The Expert's No-Biting Guide for Parents, Caregivers and Early Childhood Educators" will be sent to those whose biting tales are used in book promotion. For details, see or e-mail marketing(at)

The only recently published book on the subject for adults, "The Biting Solution" offers recommendations for prevention, immediate intervention and long-term solutions. Author Lisa Poelle, M.A., has spent 25 years working with parents, early childhood professionals and work/life issues, and she provides realistic advice that can stop biting in as little as two weeks.

Oriented to parents whose children attend child care programs where biting is a serious discipline problem and can result in expulsion, "The Biting Solution" is also ideal for use in play groups, preschool, when kids bite family members, and for use with children with special needs.

Place a pre-publication order now with Parenting Press, 800-992-6657, and you'll save 30 percent on the book price if you use promotion code "chomp." This offer valid through December, 2012. "The Biting Solution" will be available starting in October from your favorite bookseller. ISBN 978-1-936903-07-8, 128 pages, paperback, $13.95.

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