(PRWEB) August 26, 2015
Lois McCue, a veteran educator with over 2 decades of experience, has completed her new book “Better Children For A Better Tomorrow”: an informative and insightful look at raising and disciplining children.
Lois explains, “A baby’s brain is brand new. In these very early years, until age four, he is absorbing information about behavior that will last for a lifetime. He absorbs this information from everyone and anything that passes before him. The behavior that a child exhibits at the age of four is the behavior he will have at age fourteen and forty four. It is during these early years that he is learning about respect and responsibility for himself, others and the environment. We do not know our child’s destiny, but we do know he is a worker.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Lois McCue’s enriching work explains situations and observations pertaining to child rearing and discipline.
The book also details the author’s thoughts on unborn children. When the baby makes his first kick in the womb, he is developing a work ethic. At that first kick in the mother’s womb the baby is telling her. “I am getting ready to be born.” When the baby is ready, he or she is the one, not the mother who decides when it is time for the delivery. The baby has been working for a number of months on the delivery. His cry at birth is saying, “Look what I did. I can do more, watch me.”
Readers who wish to experience this potent and inspiring work can purchase “Better Children For A Better Tomorrow” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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