Update! Brainchild is now available on Amazon and Book Depository with the updated cover shown below.
Purchase a Copy of Brainchild
Brainchild is available from these bookstores:
- Amazon – Paperback, eBook
- Book Depository – Paperback
- MPH Online – Paperback
- Times Bookstore – Paperback
- Apple Store – eBook
- BookRix – eBook
The 21st century is a challenging era and the competition is unyielding. As parents, we feel an urgency to prepare our children to face this world. We are constantly seeking the best schools, activities, and programs in the hope that they will give our children that extra leg-up in life. We believe that if we want our children to thrive in this world, we must prepare them with every resource available to us.
In our eagerness to provide everything our children might need, we have lost sight of the basic fundamentals that they require to flourish. Like planning a house to weather the storm, we must ensure that our children’s foundations are strong. However, in our haste to cover every avenue that promises an advantage, we have unwittingly compromised that foundation.
It’s time to review what is working and what isn’t. Supported by case studies and scientific research findings, Brainchild provides keen insights on how to nurture children to reach their full potential.
In the Media
GIS Parent Launches Parenting Book for the Children’s Future – School Advisor
“The goal of this book is to provide parents with a deeper insight into the amalgamation of the attributes that contribute to success and how they can affect a child not only in school but in later life.” – Dr Shen-Li Lee, author of Brainchild.
School snaps: GIS hosts book launch – ExpatGo:
“Dr Lee provides a refreshing perspective on how to raise children and how we define success. Her insights and experiences are a valuable guide for parents who want their children to grow up with lifelong positive values. The book is full of sound advice on how to support your child for success that transcends beyond school and into wider life.” – Colter Watt, Acting principal of Garden International School.
Time Out – Interview with New Straits Times by Aneeta Sundararaj
How to unlock your child’s potential – Interview with Thots and Tots by Brigitte Rozario