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Got a biter? Lots of help in Parenting Press book
"Manage a biter" is the title of Pregnancy and Newborn magazine's interview with Lisa Poelle, author of The Biting Solution: The Expert's No-Biting Guide for Parents, Caregivers and Early Childhood Educators.
A feature of the May issue (see page 26), the article quotes Poelle as saying that biting is often a toddler's "go-to" response to any stress. She goes on to provide several suggestions for handling tots who bite.
Library Journal also offers a rave review of The Biting Solution:
"Earnestly recommended. . .Poelle has a wealth of professional early childhood education experience that she brings to this topic, and here she gives parents and educators a step-by-step look at the biting tendency: what is normal child development, why some children bite, case studies of biters, and forms and worksheets for progressing through the problem.
"VERDICT: Child-care workers, parents, and colleges and universities with early childhood development programs will all benefit from this text. A timely and underrepresented contribution to the literature. Poelle should be commended for providing solid solutions to what feels like the 'crime of the century' in parenting."
For details about the book, see www.parentingpress.com/media/biting.html. Copies are available through your favorite local bookstore, online retailer, wholesalers and the Parenting Press distributor, IPG, ipgbook.com. Regular retail price: $13.95.