No Bad Kids: Toddler Discipline Without Shame (Unabridged‪)‬

    • 4.4 • 110 Ratings
    • $12.99

    • $12.99

Publisher Description

Janet Lansbury is unique among parenting experts. As an RIE teacher and student of pioneering child specialist Magda Gerber, her advice is not based solely on formal studies and the research of others, but also on her 20 years of hands-on experience guiding hundreds of parents and their toddlers. No Bad Kids is a collection of Janet's most popular and widely read articles pertaining to common toddler behaviors and how respectful parenting practices can be applied to benefit both parents and children. It covers such common topics as punishment, cooperation, boundaries, testing, tantrums, hitting, and more. No Bad Kids provides a practical, indispensable tool for parents who are anticipating or experiencing those critical years when toddlers are developmentally obliged to test the limits of our patience and love. Armed with knowledge and a clearer sense of the world through our children's eyes, this period of uncertainty can afford a myriad of opportunities to forge unbreakable bonds of trust and respect.

Janet Lansbury
hr min
October 13
JLML Press

Customer Reviews

Mustard Zoltar Podrowska ,

Great Book, chapter titles would be nice

Love the book - but it needs chapter titles in the app.

Bree1015Tyler ,


Does not say I was going to be billed MONTHLY I payed a one time payment and here I am being billed monthly for it! No thank you! Not worth it!!! I want my money back!!!

RachaelHeath ,

An extremely helpful book for parents of toddlers

I really enjoyed listening to this book. It’s been a very helpful approach for dealing with my 15 month olds strong willed, independent, sassy personality haha. The biggest take away for me has been to approach things much more calmly (not bringing my emotion into it), but to be consistent. And the use of the phrase “I won’t let you…” instead of “I don’t want you to..” or “mommy doesn’t want you to..” Toddlers need clarity and I can see how just that phrase switch and following through. I also love our “yes space/safe space” that she recommends. It’s for both mine and my daughters sanity. A place I can put her in the living room that is gated off safely from things I don’t want her getting into and has some of her toys. Where I can put her when I need to do something, and I don’t have to worry about her and she can safely play. My mood has improved tremendously from this. I let her play around the house with me throughout the day. But when I need to make a meal or use the bathroom, she’s not under my feet or getting into things she shouldn’t. Someone mentioned above in a review that she spanks.. she actually specifically says that she doesn’t agree with spanking in the book and doesn’t ever say that she spanked her children. So disregard that review haha. This is specifically about what to do instead of discipline like spanking.

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