The Secrets to Raising a Smarter Child

by Inderbir Sandhu

  1. ISBN: 978-93-5333-403-1
  2. Pages: 216 pages
  3. Date: 20 March 2019

ABOUT THIS BOOK

Do you have a small child? Or are you planning to have one? Are you worried about how to
unleash the full potential of the child? Do you think you have an Einstein, Mozart, Ramanujan,
Hawking or Marilyn vos Savant in the making? Do you want to understand your child better to
make him or her smarter and happier?

If you answered Yes to any of these questions, then this book is definitely for you!

The Secrets to Raising a Smarter Child will provide you with the tools to make the best of your
child’s natural abilities and harness all the dormant talents. A comprehensive guide on parenting presented in an easy-to-read, interactive manner, the book tells you what should be done at each stage and how, in order to raise the child of your dreams. What is more, this book even helps parents-to-be, offering guidance from pre-pregnancy through the primary years. Once you have read this book, there will be no secrets (and no excuses!) to raising a smart child. In a nutshell, this book chronicles the beginning of an exciting journey that will not only make your child smarter, but also happier!

AUTHOR OF THE BOOK

Inderbir Sandhu holds a PhD in Educational Psychology (Gifted Education) from the
University of Cambridge, UK, and has been working with individuals of high abilities since
1996. She has been a faculty member with Universiti Putra Malaysia and Singapore Institute of
Management, school psychologist for Raffles Girls’ School (Singapore) and vice president of the
National Association for Gifted Children, Malaysia (NAGCM). She has consulted for the National
University of Singapore Overseas College in USA and Singapore, and for various other platforms
including a preschool TV programme in Singapore. She has also been giving expert advice on
brainy-child.com (website for the gifted/creative) and developed a course curriculum on critical
thinking for preschoolers.

Currently, she manages her consultancy Mind Path Consulting Services (www.mind-path.com),
which provides services in her areas of expertise on intelligence and creativity assessments, giftedness, critical thinking, positive psychology, bullying and motivational workshops/seminars. She is also an associate faculty with the Singapore University of Social Sciences, advisor for the NAGCM and on the Advisory Board of AVAS, India.

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