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Top Ten Books to Make Your Child a Genius

Updated on August 10, 2013

Summer Reading for a Little Over $100 Will Help Your Child Become a Genius!

This site is dedicated to those parents who want their children to rise above the rest.

I have compiled the Top Ten books today that parents are buying to help their children.

If you already have a prodigy child, then you may not need these but these are the current hot sellers to help the average child to excel Best of all, the total of all of these is just a little over $100 shipping. If I had these when my children were young, I would definitely have purchased them.

However, you may just want to become a genius yourself; I hear that you are never to old to learn!

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How to Raise a Child Genius

We all want a child who is better than the other kids; one that can play an instrument better, sing better, gets better grades or is just better in what they do than what we did.

In the animal World, the strongest survive so this may be some form of internal instinct to have the best. That is probably why we love competition; to prove that we can be better.

Despite of that, we all want out kids to not have to experience some of the shortcomings that we did. However, these shortcomings make us who we are. I simply did not want my children to suffer any consequences, although we all know that children will try on their own anyway. Even though you say the stove is hot, sometimes they have to touch it themselves to find out.

It seems that starting as a baby is the way to go. Most people do not see the potential in their children. I used to teach Karate and know that the littlest children learned it faster and better than the older children.

With all this being said, do not underestimate the intelligence of your child or in what they can learn. Start early and be persistent. This will help your child overcome anxieties that we had. I had math anxiety and if I had learned math earlier in life or it had been made fun, I would not have had those anxieties.

Following is a top ten list of wonderful books that have been proven to make your child more intelligent. While you may not buy all of them or use all of the techniques, you should try some of them. You will be amazed at what your child can learn.

Browse through the selections; buy some for your own use and these make wonderful gifts.

Awakening Your Child's Natural Genius - Thomas Armstrong

Awakening Your Child's Natural Genius
Awakening Your Child's Natural Genius

A really cool book with new and innovative ways to help your child reach the potential that is not reachable. Some of the techniques include illustrations and have been learned over time by many parents.

Very nice book for creating a child genius!


The Equation for Excellence: How to Make Your Child Excel at Math - Arvin Vohra

The Equation for Excellence: How to Make Your Child Excel at Math
The Equation for Excellence: How to Make Your Child Excel at Math

This book teaches new ways to your child to help them overcome any future math anxiety at a young age.

The proven Asian techniques in this book will give your child the ability to even surpass gifted children in math skills.

I wish I had this one when I was younger!


How to Raise a Brighter Child - Joan Wagner Beck

How to Raise a Brighter Child
How to Raise a Brighter Child

This is the updated version of the 1975 best selling book. New research has shown that children before the age of six absorb information like a sponge and they cannot have too much information.

This book helps parents provide mental stimulation for their children, especially nice during times when both parents need to work.

If you have young children or teach young children, this is the book to get. Highly recommended!


5 Child Prodigies That You Must See!

Superfoods: Make Your Child a Genius - Amitabh Pandit

Superfoods: Make Your Child a Genius
Superfoods: Make Your Child a Genius

This is a very cool book. Have you ever watched the spelling bees on television and notice that natives of India almost always win? This is one of the reasons why.

The authors have isolated learning into a medical field and show you what your child should eat and even provides menus. There have been amazing results with this book, some within a few weeks. Progress charts are included so you can measure your child's brainpower.

Amazing book, highly recommended.


How to Teach Your Baby to Read - Glenn Doman and Janet Doman

How to Teach Your Baby to Read (The Gentle Revolution Series)
How to Teach Your Baby to Read (The Gentle Revolution Series)

This is a remarkable book that helps you to have your children reading much quicker than other children. It uses thinking and reasoning skills to help you child learn quickly.

Also included in this series is "How to Teach Your Baby Math" and "How to Give Your Baby Encyclopedic Knowledge."

A wonderful set for the new Mother at the Baby Shower!


Math Doesn't Suck - For Middle-School Children - Danica McKellar

Math Doesn't Suck: How to Survive Middle School Math Without Losing Your Mind or Breaking a Nail
Math Doesn't Suck: How to Survive Middle School Math Without Losing Your Mind or Breaking a Nail

This one is geared towards a Middle-School child. If you didn't have the other books in this website when your child was smaller, there is still time to teach them skills so they can understand Math and excel in it without anxiety.

This book is written by Danica McKellar who played Winnie Cooper on the Wonder Years television show.


5 More Child Prodigies - Doogie Howser would be proud

Piano - Teaching Little Fingers to Play: A Book for the Earliest Beginner - John Thompson

Phonics Pathways: Clear Steps to Easy Reading and Perfect Spelling - Dolores G. Hiskes

Phonics Pathways: Clear Steps to Easy Reading and Perfect Spelling
Phonics Pathways: Clear Steps to Easy Reading and Perfect Spelling

Teach your child to read using sounds and spelling patterns.

This book has been edited and re-published many times and has proven to be a successful best seller. These methods are great for any emerging readers. You can start when your child is very young and if you are having issues, these techniques can also help you.


You Should Never go to Bed Without Learning Something - What have you learned today?

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      4 years ago

      Funny how most parents want to raise genius kids yet do not know how to teach basic reading skills. I was one of them till I found out that there are many available resources that a parent can use to teach their child.

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      5 years ago

      I don't believe it is natural to be competitive and to want our children to be 'best' I believe it is a symptom of illness in our society. We are too individualistic and that is what ultimately leads to crime and war. But I do believe in bringing out the best in each and every child- so they can equally be intelligent as they all have that potential.

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      6 years ago

      This is such a great idea, I'm going to stay awake a little longer and read.


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