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One-Minute Super Dad 99 Magic Moments to Raise Amazing Children by Dr. Prashant Jindal – #AtoZChallenge Day 10

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Book Blurb – One-Minute Super Dad Magic Moments to Raise Amazing Children

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! 

Book Review – One-Minute Super Dad Magic Moments to Raise Amazing Children

In the vast collection of books that talk about parenting mostly from a mother’s perspective, book like One Minute Super Dad … come as a pleasant change.  But having read the book, I could say that though this is a book written by a father with real life situations and lessons derived from his experiences, this book is a must read for every parent (irrespective of the gender) who have limited time in hand to spend with their kids.

The author has very diligently worked out simple steps to effective parenting calling them One Minute Magic tricks. This he says are piqued against the One- Minute Grenades that could diffuse the potential magic.

I specifically liked the way the author has presented his personal research points forming the theory behind parenting behavior and created a very specific list of One-Minute Magic Tools which are very reasonable as well as practical.

The best part about this parenting help book is that it shows the father role in an extremely sensitive context. Yes this father talks about good fairies, music, pretend play and much more.

And all this he backs up with some real life stories from DADs across the world. These heart-warming magical stories reinstate your belief in yourself as a parent and help you up your parenting skills.

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Random Musings April 11, 2019 at 1:28 am

I’m not a parent so this isn’t one for me, but it’s great to see a parenting book written by a dad for a change

Esha Chakraborty April 11, 2019 at 10:00 am

Oh sounds like a great book… Refreshing to see a book talk about syper dads as opposed to just supermoms. Great review

Sonia Chatterjee April 11, 2019 at 10:16 am

Good to see a Dad talking about one minute practical tips instead. Looks like an interesting book.

Suhasini April 11, 2019 at 10:23 am

Thanks for introducing another good book

Priyanka Nair April 11, 2019 at 12:44 pm

Sounds great! Could gift it to my husband 😀

Vartika Gakhar April 11, 2019 at 3:28 pm

This book sounds like fresh air. Dads talking about the tips is rare!

Rashmi April 11, 2019 at 3:30 pm

Wow! One minute tricks and that too for Dads is enough to drive someone’s attention! Sounds quite interesting.

Sitharaam Jayakumar April 11, 2019 at 6:18 pm

I am a father to a 12-year-old girl and I remember the times when she was 3 and I used to give her rides on my back. I had to plonk on the ground on all fours and she would sit on my back and pretend I was an elephant since I was pretty plump. This book seems to be about how to inspire your children to think better. Definitely, something I would like to read sometime.

kushal April 11, 2019 at 6:56 pm

This is a pleasant change… A book on patenting by a father… Would try to read this. SOunds interesting

Shilpa Garg April 11, 2019 at 7:46 pm

Seems like an interesting book on parenting by dads. Would like to read about One Minute Magic Tricks and Grenades as well as One-Minute Magic Tools. Thanks for sharing your review, Anupriya.

vidhya thakkar April 11, 2019 at 11:59 pm

another interesting review! Bookmarking it for my sister

Mayuri Nidigallu April 12, 2019 at 12:56 pm

A book written from a Father’s perspective would surely be an interesting read.
One Minute Madic Tricks and One Minute Grenades sound like an interesting concept.

Andrea April 12, 2019 at 1:12 pm

Just like women fight for equality in the workplace, so do fathers in the lives of their children. Nice to see there are books like this to help them!


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