Whether as parents, grandparents or teachers, we interact with children on a regular basis. Make Your Child a Winner attempts to qualitatively improve this interaction. On one hand it provides new insights into the art of parenting. On the other it reinforces the good practices prevalent in society. The book contains useful information regarding the process of development in a child and the role of parents in augmenting it. There are chapters on effective communication, discipline, on tackling homework, instilling leadership qualities, on building self-esteem, illnesses and child abuse.