What’s a Parent? Excellent introduction to the book and the first chapter is worth the price of admission. The beginning to the book provides a parenting summary that is very well done and worth the read.
Off The Charts. The diagrams and charts were very well done. These charts and diagrams are valuable tools in parenting and provide tangible ways to improve your parenting.
Well Organized. Something I appreciate is a well-organized anything. Well, Dr. Koch does a superb job of organizing her data, information, and instruction. The chapter headings, book flow, and organization were all top notch to allow for a smooth read.
Discipline Light? There were times when I thought the discipline was a bit light. This could have been on purpose to allow parents to apply their own discipline based on their parenting style. However, there were times when it seemed to care about the feelings of the child more than a disciplined way of parenting.
More practical than spiritual. As a pastor, obviously I lean more toward spiritual-heavy, but to be fair, this was not the point of the book. This was a motivational book, not as much a spiritual tool. However, when the Scriptural support was evident and appreciated.
The Grade: B. Highly practical and useful tool for any parent. Loved the explanations and defined attributes of parenting. Not at the top of my list, but valuable enough to recommend for parents of young children.