Melinda Blau is an award-winning journalist who has written fifteen books and more than 100 magazine articles. Since 2000, when she began collaborating with the late Tracy Hogg, Blau has been the "voice" of the bestselling Baby Whisperer books.
Tracy Hogg devoted her twenty-five-year career to helping parents understand and communicate with their babies and young children. A nurse, lactation educator, and newborn consultant, Hogg's sensible and compassionate philosophy, now translated into more than twenty languages, is known throughout the world.
"Even if moms and dads apply only 10% of what they learn in
Family Whispering, they will become better parents. Packed
with useful advice, charts, relatable examples, common sense, and
big-hearted insights, this is a book America needs."--Sally Koslow
"author of Slouching Toward Adulthood "
"Systems theory teach us that one individual has the power to affect a larger group. Give that individual a book like Family Whispering, and he or she will have the knowledge and the tools to positively change and impact the most basic and important group of all: the family. Thanks to Melinda and Tracy for helping to make the world a better place--one parent, one child, and now one family at a time."--Jay Morgan "author of Fingerpainting in Psych Class "
"Just when I thought we didn't need another book on making families work, I came upon this one! Filled with down home wisdom, and terrific advice, it's the book to reach for when you're asking the question, But what do I do?"--Harriet Lerner, Ph.D. "author of The Dance of Anger and Marriage Rules "
"Family Whispering combines deep wisdom with practical tips, on a topic that couldn't be more important--how to thrive as a family. Intelligent and compassionate, this book is a call to action for a resilient new family model co-created by all of the family members and the surrounding community." --Neal Gorenflo, co-founder, Shareable.net
"Recommended for fans of the Baby Whisperer books and for readers looking for guidance on how to strengthen their families."--Library Journal