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    • ISBN:9780755361137
    • Publication date:12 May 2011

You and Your Tween

Managing the years from 9 to 13

By Netmums, Hollie Smith, and Hollie Smith

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An indispensable guide to handling every aspect of your child's behaviour for parents of children aged between nine and twelve from Netmums - the fastest-growing online parents' organisation in the UK

How much time should your child be spending on the computer? How and when should you approach the subject of sex? How do you help them deal with rejection, rivalry and bullying? YOU AND YOUR TWEEN answers all these questions and many more. A comprehensive guide to the challenging years of early adolescence, this book offers advice from a hand-selected panel of experts on everything from education to puberty. But, crucially, there are hundreds of top tips and suggestions from other mums - the members of netmums.com, the rapidly growing online community of mothers sharing valuable information on all aspects of childcare. It's real advice that really works and will help you maintain a healthy relationship with your child through the tricky tween years.

Biographical Notes

Former marketing director Siobhan Freegard founded Netmums in 2000, while on maternity leave with her second child, largely to help address issues of isolation amongst new mothers. The network quickly grew beyond her Harrow locale to become nationwide and now boasts 840,000 members, with 2,000 new members joining every week. Netmums has been voted by Which? among their '101 Websites That Will Change Your Life'. Hollie Smith is a freelance journalist specialising in parenting and health. She has written for various women's weekly magazines as well as for the Mirror and the Daily Mail.

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  • ISBN: 9780755361090
  • Publication date: 12 May 2011
  • Page count: 272
  • Imprint: Headline Home
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