Children of God: How a Christian Mother Raised Her Children for Ivy League Success: The pros and cons of Eastern and Western parenting, Advice on the ... that led to Harvard and Stanford acceptances by Dr. Lihua Yao

Children of God: How a Christian Mother Raised Her Children for Ivy League Success: The pros and cons of Eastern and Western parenting, Advice on the ... that led to Harvard and Stanford acceptances

Book Title: Children of God: How a Christian Mother Raised Her Children for Ivy League Success: The pros and cons of Eastern and Western parenting, Advice on the ... that led to Harvard and Stanford acceptances

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1508482179

Author: Dr. Lihua Yao


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Dr. Lihua Yao with Children of God: How a Christian Mother Raised Her Children for Ivy League Success: The pros and cons of Eastern and Western parenting, Advice on the ... that led to Harvard and Stanford acceptances

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In 2014, Harvard admitted 5.9% of its applicant pool. Stanford admitted 5.1%. With prestigious colleges rejecting all but the very best students, what can you do to raise your child for success—academically and personally? In this book, Dr. Lihua Yao reveals the blend of Eastern and Western parenting methods she used to raise her two academic superstars. With an emphasis on the role of Christianity, Dr. Yao offers practical, effective advice on topics ranging from handling conflict and discipline, to teaching independence and responsibility, to helping your child develop the talents that will set them apart from other college applicants. She also provides guidance on the college application process, and includes more than seven real college application essays that led to acceptances from Ivy League and other elite schools, including Harvard and Stanford.