- About the Author
🎁Recommended for ages 3 and above
This book is inspired by the German children’s literature master Heinrich Hoffmann’s Der Struwwelpeter (“Shock-headed Peter”). In the process of parenting, conflicts often arise during routine development as a consequence of young children’s resistance to certain parental expectations. The author adopts the phrase “I don’t want to”, a mantra children often use to react against their parents, for the title. With a dramatic imagination and great sense of humour, the author depicts various common scenarios where young children exhibit disobedient behaviours, accentuating the consequences. This book ends with the phrase “I want to” to highlight the behaviour changes of the child. It is suitable for parents and teachers when teaching children good habits and routine practices.
Dr. Cheng Wan-Ni (Ph.D. of National Pingtung University of Education) is Assistant Professor of Child Caring and Education Department at the Chung Hwa University of Medical Technology, Taiwan . Her research interests include topics of child care centers administrational management, curriculums, and social/legal/ethical issues In complex of children's popular culture, marketing and new media.
Cover Type: Hardcover
Year Published: 2020
Size: 245mm x 217mm