What Goes Through a Preschooler’s Mind? You’d be Surprised. Parents and grandparents of preschoolers have a problem. Preschoolers think differently than adults. The result is miscommunication, misunderstanding, and missed opportunities to connect with the kids we love. The good news is you can understand your preschooler like never before by reading the advice that Lori, a fictional four-year-old, gives her baby brother every Tuesday when her grandparents babysit. Because this book is written from a child’s perspective, it offers fresh solutions that other parenting books don’t. The short chapters fit in your busy life, Lori’s insights will surprise you, the practical tips really work, and the humor will keep you reading. You’ll learn: How your preschooler thinks, and how you should respond. Family-tested solutions to thorny adult-child conflicts. Practical tips drawn from many parents and grandparents. “An entertaining and unusual look at life through the eyes of a bright and sensitive four-year-old. Lori provides some useful and unexpected insights for parents.” Dr. Tom Phelan, best-sellingAuthor of “1-2-3 Magic: Effective Discipline for Children 2-12” “As a grandmother of six ‘young theologians,’ I warmed to the lessons that Lori teaches. What a clever and amusing way to have our grandparenting and parenting skills examined and honed! This is a wonderful gift for parents and grandparents.” Jane Patete, Women’s Ministries Coordinator, Presbyterian Church in America.