My book provides readers with simple steps to consciously make parenting easier and more enjoyable.
BRISBANE, Australia (PRWEB) March 31, 2015
How much easier would parenting be if kids came with an instruction manual? Parents have been waiting for decades for the answers to the numerous challenges of parenthood.
Kerri Yarsley shares her personal stories of more than 25 years of parenting along with valuable tips on happiness and health in her new book, “The Instruction Manual for Kids – Parent’s Edition.” Yarsley successfully raised her four children while working and staying actively involved in her community. ”How do you manage that?” people often asked her. As Yarsley started receiving more requests on help with parenting, she dedicated herself to writing this easy-to-read and entertaining instruction manual.
This book is different from the average book on raising kids as Yarsley delves into the physical, emotional, mental and some spiritual aspects of child development. She focuses on the mindset of parents, how they speak to and around their kids, nutritional requirements, and how to prepare kids to make balanced and informed choices throughout their lives.
“Most parents don’t give themselves the time to reflect on their parenting skills and whether there are easier ways to handle challenges with kids,” Yarsley said. “My book provides readers with simple steps to consciously make parenting easier and more enjoyable.”
This manual is for those considering parenthood, expecting, and new and seasoned parents and grandparents. After reading this book, raising kids will become ‘child’s play’.
For more information, visit instructionmanual4kids.com.
About the author
Raised in Melbourne, Australia, Kerri Yarsley studied biochemistry, microbiology, education and computer science. Over the span of six years Yarsley and her husband had four children, who are all following their dreams and contributing to society in their own unique way. Yarsley has a love of learning and keeping active as she trains and teaches kids and their parents Taekwondo. Yarsley and her husband are still actively involved in the corporate world with their Business Solutions for IT (information technology) and Empower Change Consulting companies on the Gold Coast.