Book Review

The Gardener and The Carpenter, by Alison Gopnik (Book Review Pedcast by Doc Smo and Sonya Corina Williams)

I’m always looking for interesting books that I think parents will find thought-provoking. In today’s pedcast, I am going to introduce you to a book that will do just that. So kick back and enjoy our take on The Carpenter and The Gardener, by Allison Gopnik

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Gardener and the Carpenter

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“Conscious Parenting”, by Robert Saul (Book Review Pedcast)

Accomplished pediatrician, Dr. Robert Saul, of Greenville South Carolina has written a very interesting and useful book that parents will definitely benefit from reading. Let’s take a closer look at his book in this book review pedcast.

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Cribsheet by Emily Oster (Book Review written by Sonya Corina Williams-Archived Pedcast)

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Emily Oster is back with a second data-centered book, this time focused on all things parenting starting just after birth and continuing into the toddler years. One of the great things about Dr. Oster’s books is that she gives parents answers to some of the “whys” behind the advice that they’re their pediatricians are giving them. Like her first book, Expecting Better, Oster breaks down an impressive number of scientific studies into bite-sized pieces for parents to digest.

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Great Kids Don’t Just Happen (Book Review Pedcast by Sonya Corina Williams)

I thought it would be tacky to review my own book so I asked Sonya Corina Williams to do the job. Sonya is a graduate of the University of Maryland with a degree in bio-engineering and plans to attend medical school in 2020. Smart doesn’t even begin to describe Sonya. I was so honored by her review of my new book , Great Kids Don’t Just Happen, that I asked her to read her it to you in her own voice. To hear me talk about my new book, check out my book trailer.  Now here’s Sonya Corina Williams!

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