Why Sharing Is Hard and How to Make It Easier
by Elizabeth Crary, M.S.
About Elizabeth Crary, M.S.
When you understand how toddlers think, you're better prepared to handle their behavior. Elizabeth Crary started Parenting Press with a book on toddler and preschooler guidance, and decades later, she has launched a concise guide to a common problem: the fact that toddlers don't naturally share.
In The Secret of Toddler Sharing, Crary provides the same realistic and practical information, complete with suggested scripts, that have made her dozens of other books popular with parents, parent educators, and early childhood professionals. A few examples:
She is the author of such well-respected and award-winning books as
Without Spanking or Spoiling: A Practical Approach to Toddler and Preschool Guidance;
Love & Limits: Guidance Tools for Creative Parenting; and
Pick Up Your Socks . . . and Other Skills Growing Children Need!
Crary has also created such publications as the Feeling Elf Cards & Games which teach children how to handle their emotions and common interpersonal problems, and the Self-Calming Cards, which teach coping strategies.
A popular speaker at conferences, Crary is the mother of two and grandmother of four. She lives in Seattle.
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