- Author: Dr. Prashant Jindal
- Genre: Self-help
- Paperback: 176 pages
- Publisher: HarperCollins; 1 edition (20 December 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9352774531
- ISBN-13: 978-9352774531
Being a good father is an art as well as a science. New dads need some handy tools to connect with their kids at the deepest level and inspire them to develop great habits, mindset, and beliefs. But raising children in today’s fast-paced world is more challenging than ever. One-Minute Super Dad gives you – the new dad – simple techniques that can be put into action in just a minute a day. Repeated consistently, they will help you forge a strong bond with your kids that will hold them in good stead for a lifetime. Featuring a Foreword by Raymond Aaron, author of Chicken Soup for the Parent’s Soul, this book is an outcome of five years of passionate work, research, interviews, and real-life experiences. Inspire your kids to a whole new level – lack of time no longer being a factor – and raise amazing children!
Parenting is an art and this book enables its readers to master that art.
One Minute Super Dad by Dr. Prashant Jindal is a simply written book that provides a fresh insight into the concept of parenting. Being a parent, that too an idle one is not easy. But believe me, give this book a read and the whole maze will become able to get through.
The shelves are piled up with books for mothers and the market is exploiting them to get profit but here’s a book which is different. Written by a father himself, this book contains simple techniques presented in a really simplified manner. The ‘one-minute magic’ are snippets that seem to be enlightenment delivered in the form of small bundles of happiness. The novel is penned down concisely with all the crucial points put down meticulously.
It discusses the importance of communication and the need of spending quality time with the children. During their formative years, when their minds are raw, they need to be molded well in order to yield responsible and good human beings out of them. It emphatically speaks about encouraging them and appreciating their innate talents. The book clearly puts forth the idea that the parents must be the role models of their progenies. To be the one, the parents have to devise diverse strategies to engage their offsprings.
The book is designed on a novel concept and turns out to be even more relatable as it contains the experiences o several other fathers. The whole narrative includes the first-hand experiences of the author as well his extensive research done on the topic.
And therefore, I feel every father should read this book for its authenticity and natural beauty. It is exceptionally well and indeed, a fine piece of informative literature.
Book Cover: 3.5/5
Book Title: 4/5
Writing Style: 4/5
Language and Vocabulary: 4/5
Grammar and Punctuation: 4/5
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