Child Rearing in the 21st Century

There’s more to life than TV, Phone, and Video Screens!

You are raising a child in a 4 dimensional world that is bigger and broader than a flat screen. There are parks, and mountains, and beaches.

     Children need to move and build.

     They need to think and create.

     They need to reach out and touch each other.

     They need to connect to something deeper and more meaningful.

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If your child spends too much time in front of the TV,

If your child spends too much time on the phone,

If your child spends too much time gaming,

You need to learn how to Raise a 4 Dimensional Child in a 2 Dimensional World.

What is a 4 Dimensional Child?

There are 4 dimensions of human potential: Physical, Mental, Emotional, and Spiritual.

     1. We have bodies that need proper nutrition and exercise to run at peak efficiency.

     2. We have minds that need to continue learning to stay sharp.

     3. We have hearts that need human contact to be happy.

     4. We have spirits that search for meaning to be at peace.

A 4 Dimensional Child is one who is growing in all 4 dimensions, starting in the womb, to become a well-balanced adult. It is the ultimate in whole child education.

Preschool Physical Education
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Emotional Education
Spiritual Education

What is the 2 Dimensional World?

It is the world of screens: TV screens, computer screens, tablet screens, and phone screens. Screens have only 2 dimensions: Length and width, but no depth. As people spend more and more time looking at screens, we seem to be living in a 2 Dimensional World.

How can you raise a 4 Dimensional Child in a 2 Dimensional World?


     1. Understanding your child’s capabilities at each developmental stage,

     2. Engaging him/her in specific activities designed to reach appropriate milestones in each dimension, and

     3. Spending more time in the real world and less time in the 2 dimensional screen world.

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Raising 4 Dimensional Children in a 2 Dimensional World is a book on whole child education that provides a simple understanding of the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual development of children at each stage, based on research in education and developmental child psychology. It also provides over 400 fun activities you can play with your child to help him/her develop the necessary skills to reach the developmental milestones to move up to the next level.

You don’t need a degree in psychology or education to raise your child!

This book has the results of years of educational and psychological research explained in simple language, then coordinates those results with easy and fun activities that your children will love.

It is the best investment you can make in your child’s future, and it’s easy to use!


You have three great options:

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Complete E-Book

1. Buy the whole book so that you have a complete guide for your young child’s development all the way through adolescence, or in case you have more than one child. The Complete e-book is available online for immediate download for only $4.99.

2. Buy the complete paperback book as an easy to find reference guide for $14.99 with free shipping.

3. Buy the appropriate chapter for your child’s age and download it immediately for only 99 cents.

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Complete Printed Book

Why are the Chapters so Cheap?

We’re not looking to get rich. We’re looking to help parents like you learn the ins and outs of child rearing, so we’re making it easy and affordable online for everyone.

Don’t Delay! Order Today!

For Pregnant Moms

  • What is the most dangerous thing you can do while your baby is in the womb?
  • How much weight should a “mom to be” gain?
  • How can you to pre-program your new baby to be calm instead of cranky?

For Parents of Infants

  • At what age do children begin responding to praise and discipline?
  • What is the best way to stimulate your infant’s brain?
  • What should you do if your baby cries when you put her to bed?

For Parents of Toddlers (1 and 2 years old)

  • Why can’t your child stop when you tell her to?
  • What kind of discipline is appropriate for children at this age?
  • When and how should you start potty training?

For Parents of Preschool Children (3 and 4 years old)

  • What are the 5 areas of emotional intelligence and how can you develop them?
  • How can you handle your preschooler’s desire to argue about everything?
  • How can you handle your child’s aggressive tendencies?

For Parents of School Age Children (5 and 6 years old)

  • What are the different functions of the right and left brain, and how can you develop them?
  • Are IQ test scores the a final judgment of your child’s ability?
  • What is the effect of violence on TV and in video games on your child’s behavior?

For Parents of Middle Children (7, 8, and 9 years old)

  • What should you say to your child about drugs and sex?
  • What are the 3 separate areas your child will base his self-concept on?
  • How do children form harmful negative beliefs that carry over into adulthood?

For Parents of Preteens (10, 11, and 12 years old)

  • What should you say to your child about puberty?
  • Are there easy to get resources for discussions about sex?
  • How can you help your preteen practice dealing with peer pressure?”

For Parents of Adolescents (13 – 17 years old)

  • How do dopamine and oxytocin affect the teenage brain?
  • How can any child become a world-class performer or expert?
  • What can you do to help your teen make better moral decisions?

There’s no doubt that kids are different these days – they face a different world than previous generations. But that doesn’t mean we can’t take the best lessons and the best strategies of the past, and combine them with current opportunities, to produce the best outcome. 

Order the Chapter you need or the whole book today!

What do other Parents say?

I love the fact that you've given them [parents] something to at least go to for a tool belt to start the process, and not be in the dark trying to figure out what to do.

Michael Fineman

Host of The Dad Link, father of one

We are so in need of what you are doing, and we are privileged to have someone like you who cares . . . who is passionate . . . who wants to help people.

Stanley Bronstein

Author, Speaker, Creator of The Way of Excellence

I like how this book helps you to understand why your kids need more than a 2-dimensional world, how they should be outside like I was, along with socializing face to face.

Melissa Botelho

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Each chapter is meticulously well-researched and yet also provides an authentic communication style by highlighting various ‘real-world’ scenarios with which parents and teachers can relate. This book is a ‘must-read.’

Michael Stahl

CEO of Motivational Concepts, Father of 2

"I really liked the section on supporting problem solving skills. I think this is the biggest challenge that my students and their parents face."

Samantha Waters

Preschool Teacher, Mother of 2

"As a RN this was a straightforward read with an abundance of great advice for each of the dimensions and for every age as your child grows. As a new mother this book helped me relate to and understand my child on a deeper level."

Laurel Kruger

BSN, RN, Mother of Infant

“This book opened my eyes to ways I could help my own daughter, even with my background in education!”

Brittany Kellogg

4 - 7th Grade Teacher, Mother of a Sassy Toddler

“A beautifully concise and accurate reference for parenting a child in 2020. Such a unique approach which sets this book apart from the rest.”

Ashley Pickering

Certified Physician's Assistant, Mother of a Toddler

"This book has motivated me in regards to personal care, and maintaining a healthy relationship with my husband, keeping the health of our baby at the center of our focus. This book has provided us with continuous growth through education as we navigate the unchartered waters of facing parenthood for the first time."

Madeline Anderson

BSN, Masters in Hospital Administration, Expecting Mother

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