Please Explain Time Out to Me: A Story for Children and Do-It-Yourself Manual for Parents by Dr. Laurie Zelinger and Fred Zelinger
"Huge thumbs up to this great book in which Dr. Laurie Zelinger and Dr. Fred Zelinger explain to parents, caregivers and children about time out. It very clearly explains the process and idea behind discipline. Children will have an understanding of time outs and parents, caregivers will have the knowledge and tools they need for effective discipline." Kissy G & Luvvy M Blogs
"This Please Explain is once again filled with colourful illustrations and packed with helpful information for parents regarding the concept of time out. I recommend this book to families who may be struggling with the time out concept as it will help with understanding the benefits of a time out and its effectiveness." Ebook Addicts UK
"The perfect tool for all parents who want to be more effective and build stronger relationships with their children. The illustrations are fun and the story is simple enough to be easily understood by younger children. " The Faerie Review
Time Out is a dignified and effective method of discipline, endorsed by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Psychological Association. This book, written by parenting experts, explains the Time Out process and provides step-by-step instructions for its proper and effective use. Please Explain Time Out To Me is two books in one: an engaging story with colorful illustrations and a parent section which describes the Time Out process in detail, as well as the advantages and pitfalls of other methods of discipline.
Children will: - Enjoy the story and illustrations - Understand how Time Out works - Empathize with the characters in the book - Be treated respectfully when given a consequence - Experience the benefits of Time Out as a mechanism of behavior change
Parents and caregivers will: - Develop a plan for supplying responses to their child’s unacceptable behavior - Understand the rationale behind Time-Out as a management technique - Learn how to use Time Out effectively - Better handle behavioral issues wherever they occur - Learn that physical forms of punishment do not work