Adele Faber

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Adele Faber
Born (1928-01-12) January 12, 1928 (age 91)
New York City, US
LanguageAmerican English
EducationB.A. in Theater & Drama, Queens College
M.A. in Education, New York University
GenreParenting & Families
Notable worksLiberated Parents/Liberated Children
How To Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk and Siblings Without Rivalry
How To Talk So Kids Can Learn - At Home and in School

Adele Faber (born January 12, 1928) is an American author.[1] She writes books about parenting and families and is an expert on communication between adults and children. She currently resides in Long Island, New York and is the parent of three children.[2]


Faber graduated from the Queens College with a B.A. in theater and drama and earned her master's degree in education from New York University. She also taught in the New York City High schools for eight years. Having studied with the late child psychologist, Dr. Haim Ginott, Faber is also a former member of the faculty of The New School for Social Research in New York and The Family Life Institute of Long Island University.[2]


Books that Adele Faber has authored/co-authored, many of them intended for parents struggling to take care of their children, include:

  • How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk
  • Siblings Without Rivalry: How to Help Your Children Live Together So You Can Live Too
  • How To Talk So Kids Can Learn
  • How to Talk So Teens Will Listen and Listen So Teens Will Talk
  • Liberated Parents, Liberated Children: Your Guide to a Happier Family
  • How To Be The Parent You Always Wanted To Be
  • Hercules: The Man, The Myth, The Hero
  • In common cause
  • Between Brothers and Sisters
  • How to Talk So Kids Will Listen Book Summary
  • Bobby and the Brockles Go to School
  • Bobby and the Brockles
  • How To Stop Your Children Fighting


  1. ^ "Adele Faber". Goodreads. Retrieved 2017-02-17.
  2. ^ a b "about us | | Communication skills that build better relationships between adults and children". Retrieved 2017-02-17.

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