How To Give Your Baby Encyclopedic Knowledge

by Glenn Doman, Janet Doman, Susan Aisen

Written for parents, this compelling book offers a revolutionary idea: children are smarter than you think. In fact, we waste the most important years of our children by denying them the chance to learn anything when it is easier to absorb new information.

Learning and assimilating new content is a function of the brain. Very young children are able to memorize new information without any effort and have so much fun doing it. The authors demonstrate clearly, and with fascinating case studies they illustrate how easy it is to teach a small child and proves how highly beneficial early learning is for both child and parents.

“If at the end of this reading you feel excited and hopeful, but you still think it’s too good to be true, then why don’t you come to the Institutes to see for yourself and to meet the people we are talking about in this book?”

Glenn Doman



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