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Surprising advice about parenting books from a bestselling parenting-book author

Proceed with caution when it comes to parenting advice, says Madeline Levine, author of "Teach Your Children Well" - but there is one expert you should trust.

Do you need a parent coach?

Go, Mom, go! Could a parent coach turn you into the parent you always hoped to be?

Bruce Feiler's favorite parenting tip

Bruce Feiler spent years interviewing experts on how to have a happy family - and learned enough to fill a book. But here's his favorite piece of advice for parents.

Madeline Levine's all-time top parenting tip

Renowned psychotherapist and "Teach Your Children Well" author Madeline Levine talks about one thing parents should do for their child's well-being.

Carol Dweck: My favorite parenting tip

We asked, they answered: 5 parenting experts share their best nugget of advice. Here, "Mindset" author Carol Dweck on the right (and wrong) way to praise your child.

Erica Reischer: My favorite parenting tip

We asked, they answered: 5 parenting experts share their best advice. Here, parent coach and psychologist Erica Reischer warns against making this common discipline mistake.

Supernanny's Deborah Tillman: My all-time favorite parenting tip

We asked 5 of our favorite parenting experts to share their best tip. Here, TV's "America's Supernanny" talks about what parents must always do - no matter what.

Po Bronson on U.S. vs. Hong Kong parenting

In this video, author Po Bronson explains a study about how mothers in Hong Kong and the U.S. treat their children differently after doing poorly on an IQ exam.

What's a parent to do when their child announces, "I don't like reading!"?

Don't despair, says "Book Love" author Melissa Taylor. Instead, try these 3 secrets to get your reluctant reader hooked on books.

Christine Carter: What should a parent do when your child says, "I'm bored!"?

The author of "Raising Happiness" says parents shouldn't try to save kids from boredom. Besides, the complaint usually has nothing to do with being bored.

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