Popular psychology approach to common parenting hypotheticals. The most engaging sections eschew advice and instead popularize the professional findings of clinicians and researchers. There is nevertheless much advice, all very sensible. I was somewhat disappointed when the ambiguity of the title went a different way than I had initially predicted. Book therefore has broader appeal, likely, than were it directed solely to those kids who hit the third standard deviation on Wechsler.
Probable that I will incorporate some of this advice when daughter enters within its target age (for the most part 6+).