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A Parent's Guide to Gifted Children
By James T. Webb, Ph.D. and etc

Raising a gifted child is both a joy and a challenge, yet parents of gifted children have few resources for reliable parenting information. The four authors, who have decades of professional experience with gifted children and their families, provide practical guidance in areas such as: Characteristics of gifted children; Peer relations; Sibling issues; Motivation & underachievement; Discipline issues; Intensity & stress; Depression & unhappiness; Educational planning; Parenting concerns; Finding professional help; and much, much more!






Parenting Gifted Kids: Tips for Raising Happy And Successful Children
By James R. Delisle, Ph.D.

Dr. Delisle offers practical advices and tips to parents of gifted children. Some interesting topics includes understanding a child's giftedness, building a child's character, working with the school system, dealing with perfectionism in gifted kids and help gifted kids achieve their goals and dreams.






The Survival Guide for Parents of Gifted Kids: How to Understand, Live With, and Stick Up for Your Gifted Child
Sally Yahnke Walker, Ph.D.

This book is for any parent who is faced with the overwhelming task of raising a gifted child. Comes with complete and up-to-date information about gifted children research, gifted tests, real-life gifted cases, gifted children resources and trends in gifted education. In short, the book answers most of the common questions parents of gifted children.





Parent's Guide to Raising a Gifted Child: Recognizing and Developing Your Child's Potential from Preschool to Adolescence (Paperback)
By James Alvino, Ph.D
Publisher and editor-in-chief of Gifted Children Monthly

This book is a authoritative, informative yet practical guide for raising a gifted child from pre-school to adolescence. It covers from strategies to determine the areas your child is gifted to selecting an appropriate day-care center and a school. It also helps parents to understand when their role stops and the school's role begins, plus detailing ways to keep your children's creativity alive.... and much more!




Parent's Guide to IQ Testing and Gifted Education
David Palmer, Ph.D.

This book is written specifically for parents who need to understand gifted testing and gifted programming so that they can make informed decisions for their children.

This book gives those with little or no background in IQ testing and gifted education a close look at how the system of screening, testing, and programming really works. This is where you'll find the direct answers and specific advice you need to make the right decisions for your child.




The Social and Emotional Development of Gifted Children: What Do We Know?
By Maureen Neihart, et. al

Written by leading scholars in the field of gifted education, his book covers the critical social and emotional development of gifted children which includes resilience, delinquency, under-achievement, peer pressure and social acceptance. An essential reading for parents or teachers who wish to develop the strengths of their gifted child or students.





Parents' Guide to Raising a Gifted Toddler: Recognizing and Developing the Potential of Your Child from Birth to Five Years (Hardcover)
By James Alvino, Ph.D
Publisher and editor-in-chief of Gifted Children Monthly

This book is the sequel to Parents' Guide to Raising a Gifted Child recommended above with various articles, research report and advice from Gifted Children Monthly. This books covers emotional needs, perfectionism, stress management for gifted children. It also introduce various projects, puzzles, games and even suggestions for enriching museum visits.





When Gifted Kids Don't Have All the Answers: How to Meet Their Social and Emotional Needs
By James R. Delisle, Ph.D and Judy Galbraith M.A.

The authors provide useful strategies for helping gifted underachievers and perfectionists. Although this book is written mainly for classroom teachers and educators of the gifted, anyone interested in helping gifted students gain insights into their social and emotional health will find this volume helpful.





Helping Gifted Children Soar: A Practical Guide for Parents and Teachers
By Carol Ann Strip Ph.D, Gretchen Hirsch,

This user-friendly guidebook educates parents and teachers about important gifted issues such as working together, evaluating classroom programs, forming parent support groups, choosing appropriate curriculum, meeting social and emotional needs, surviving the ups and downs, and much more!

Features Include:

  • Gifted minority and gifted disabled issues.

  • Strategies for parenting and teaching gifted children.

  • Social and emotional concerns specific to gifted children.

  • A question and answer section for further understanding.

  • An in-depth reference appendix for additional support.


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