Topic: How a misunderstood epidemic is destroying our children.
Issues: The epidemic of autism—we’ve gone from 1 in 5,000 to 1 in 110 in just 30 years; autism is not a psychological or developmental condition—it’s actually a medical disease that attacks the brain’s immune system, and can be cured.
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“Brott demystifies child development and offers insight and practical advice on living with a toddler. It's a book that will make fathers understand what’s going on with their children, and enjoy the vital role they play in their kids' lives even more.” —Pamela Abrams, former Editor-in-Chief, Child magazine
“Great book. Continuing wisdom from the guy who's really made it possible for me and so many dads I know to be as involved with our kids as we want to be. No question that this book has made me a better dad. Just ask my son.” —Antoine, Boston, MA
“Brott discusses the larger experience of being a father, in a well-crafted, sensible manner ... gives contemporary fathers their own comprehensive reference to the challenging and delightful toddler years.” —Ericka Lutz, Amazon.com
“Another great book in an intelligent series for dads. Armin Brott writes terrific parenting books for dads. They are well researched and the tone is encouraging and friendly.” —Parentsworld.com
Armin Brott has a way of addressing the concerns of parenting in a humorous, honest, and educated way. More than just a parenting book though, he also discusses the issues within the other relationships in your life and offers great solutions and tips on how to cope. --Meighan, SC
“Right from the beginning of this book, I found myself circling things and highlighting like mad, and saying to my wife: ‘hey! listen to this!’…. An excellent resource for any man who is truly interested in doing a real man's job: Being an involved father to his children.” —Parent Blogger's Network
“This is a great book that is relevant. Honestly, it is not just for Dads, but awesome for Fathers. A book that really does show the practical ways to interact, become involved and learn more about what is going on with your child.” —Fresh Brewed Blog
“I enjoyed the whole tone of the book which didn't, like many Mommy-focused books, use fear or guilt. I particularly enjoyed the wit of Brott's writing style.” —Delighted Blogger
“Not only does this book talk about the special relationships between a father and his kids, it also gives us mommies some great information as well. You will find a wealth of information written in a way that will keep your interest." —Island Review
"This, thankfully, is not another one of those goofy, dumbed-down books (think sports metaphors and caveman references) that make such amusing--but unhelpful--gifts for dads. In fact, this is as informative as any traditional parenting book out there (including those aimed at the moms), and in some ways even better. —Newsday
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