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"Tony Buzan takes a fascinating look at the enormous potential of a child's brain and provides parents with the practical tools they need to help their children achieve it. Mind maps, memory games and other techniques allow parents to encourage learning and development for children of all ages. As any book by Tony Buzan, it starts with the description of brain, and how large is the possible number of ""thought tracks"" (learned information, habits or memories), and that is number is so great that writing it would take a line of figures, in normal characters, more than 1.5 million kilometers long. The author proclaims that the brain is by far the most important organ in the baby's body, explains the functions of left and right brains, and enumerate the intelligences: verbal, numerical/logical, engineering/spatial, sensual, body/kinaesthetic, creative, personal, social and spiritual. The writer explains the importance of these intelligences in the baby's life, and helps the parents to develop them: each section ends with ""Things For You To Do"" list of practical advices for parents. Great attention is also paid to the importance of physical development, as it is also important for the growth of the brain in the first two years of the child's growth, as well as to the good nutrition. ""When we think of food, we traditionally think only of standard nutrition. Good standard nutrition is, though, only of four necessary brain foods. Each of these brain food is equally important and is totally necessary for your baby to survive, without any one of them he will die. They are Oxygen, Nutrition, Love and Information (ONLI). Tony Buzan in this book didn't forget to reiterate his favourite techniques like Mind Maps, TEFCAS and Radian Thinking. This book is somewhat based on works by Glenn Doman (""Teach your baby math""), Betty Edwards (""The new drawings on the right side of the brain""), Howard Gardner (""Multiple Intelligences""), Glenn Wilson (""Improve Your IQ""). We recommend reading this books as well. "