Leading clinical psychologist Andrew Fuller says that children are born bright and curious with a greater capacity and inner genius than we realise. Every child has an innate sense of inquisitiveness, creativity and lateral thinking that form the basis of genius. In this book Andrew Fuller shows that by encouraging their child's own natural curiosity, parents can help develop the skills and experiences that allow genius to emerge. He encourages parents to recognise the qualities in their child that predict genius creativity, motivation, determination, imagination and the willingness to keep going despite making mistakes. In this way parents can be their child's most important teacher.Covering the age range of 2 to 18, Andrew Fuller draws upon the latest research and his own extensive work with thousands of children in private practice to show parents how to help their child build these essential foundation skills.