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Book: Special Ed Mom Survival Guide - How to prevail in the special education process and discover life-long strategies for you and your child by Bonnie Lee ...
In the Special Ed Mom Survival Guide, Bonnie leads you through the vital steps you need to survive as a Special Ed Mom. From learning how to manage the emotional overwhelm of parenting a special needs child, to figuring out how to get the school to say yes to special education services, Bonnie presents a roadmap so you can find your way through all the confusion. Sharing tried and true methods, [...]
 
Book: Parenting Great Girls - Giving Our Daughters the Courage to Live Authentic and Confident Lives by Jeannie Norris
In this engaging and aspirational book about raising confident and independent-minded adolescent girls, educator Jeannie Norris draws on her sixteen years of experience as head of an all-girls independent school to address the issues that challenge today's girls and their parents. WIth wit and insight she combines stories about her own Midwest ubringing, principles that governed her daily [...]
 
Book: Soul to Soul Parenting - A Guide to Raising a Spiritually Conscious Family by Annie Burnside
A guidebook for parents who want to infuse greater spiritual awareness into everyday life. SOUL TO SOUL PARENTING gives you the tools to lead an authentic, conscious, divinely inspired life so that you can provide the same for your children. Tap into your intuitive wisdom as together you explore universal spiritual principles through a variety of simple, daily means. Opens up communication with [...]
 
Book: Trying to Stay Sane While Raising Your Teen by C. Lynn Williams
Parenting teens includes many challenges as well as joys. A focus should be on the positive side of parenting teens. This focus will help the parent to feel more competent and actually be able to enjoy their teen and the ups and downs they face. Sometimes parents tend to over emphasize the negatives and annoyances of parenting their teens. This book will help you get along with your children as [...]
 
Book: Parenting - Superdad's Guide to Parenting - Tips for Empowering Little Humans by Nicholas Teti Jr.
If you are a Mom or Dad who worries about losing the respect, admiration, and love of your children as they grow older; then read on, because this will be the most import book you ever own. I will never forget the day when my daughter was about a year old. I was sitting on the couch as she was toddling around the living room exploring. I was keeping a watchful eye on her when suddenly a surge of [...]
 
Book: The Pampered Prince - Moms, Create A GREAT Relationship With Your Son by C. Lynn Williams
"Many young boys have different experiences with their mothers: some dependent, some estranged, and most healthy. C. Lynn Williams offers a great perspective that helps mothers create strong positive relationships with their sons. Great book!" --Candace Williams, MSW, LCSW Clinical Case Manager "C. Lynn Williams does a wonderful job of discussing the intricacies of mother and son relationships. [...]
 
Book: Parenting Wisdom - What To Teach The Children by Richard Andrew King
PARENTING WISDOM is a must for any parent and for all parents to be. Richard Andrew King should be called Dr. King. His books are of the magnitude that will be read with reverence for generations to come. ~ Dr. Victoria Ford, J.D. Parenting is the most important and critical job in life because it encompasses the cultivating and sculpting of life itself as reflected in our children - the sanctity [...]
 
Book: Parenting Wisdom for the 21st Century - Raising Your Children By Their Numbers To Achieve Their Highest Potential by Richard Andrew King
"This book is a must for any parent and all parents to be. It is vital to read this book now before you name your children. If you already have children, then it is just as important to understand them. Richard Andrew King should be called Dr. King. His books are of the magnitude that will be read with reverence for generations to come." ~ Dr. Victoria Ford, J.D. "Parenting Wisdom for the 21st [...]
 
Book: Searching for Sanity - A Christian Living Bible Study - 52 Insights from Parents of the Bible by Lindsey Bell
Are you discouraged in your role as mom or dad? Overwhelmed by the vast number of parenting books that tell you to do or try something different to guide your children? Searching for Sanity offers parents an opportunity to take a breath and relax. As you know, there are no perfect formulas in parenting. Each family situation is different. But there is hope. By looking at parents of the Bible what [...]
 
Book: Still Attached - An everlasting bond between Mother and Child by Lorraine Myers
This book reflects our lives from birth to present with a stark reflection on how our biological attachment via the umbilical cord plays a major role throughout our lives. We are never really separated from that initial union. The phrase "cutting the umbilical cord" is used metaphorically to describe a child's breaking away from the parental home. In speaking with many friends and associates [...]
 
Book: The Journey of Parenting - Helping Your Child Become a Competent, Caring, Contributing Adult by Linda S. Budd PhD
For over thirty years of her professional life, Dr. Linda S. Budd has studied, taught and written about parenting, has parented her own two daughters, and has guided countless other children and parents in her work as a psychologist, marriage and family therapist and play therapist. Her previous book, Living With the Active Alert Child, helped parents recapture a feeling of delight and bring out [...]
 
Book: Autism Belongs - Book Three of the School Daze Series by Dr. Sharon A. Mitchell
Manny is not like other children. He doesn't talk. He doesn't leave the house. His parents desperately try to arrange their world so that Manny does not get upset. Because, when he does, well, the aggression was getting worse. Too many times Tomas had to leave work to rescue his wife from the havoc of their son's meltdowns. At ten, Manny was becoming difficult to handle. Passing by a bakery made [...]
 
Book: Autism Runs Away - Book Two of the School Daze Series by Dr. Sharon A. Mitchell
Ethan is only in grade one and already has been kicked out of one school due to his tantrums and pattern of running away when in a panic. Now, his mom's enrolled him in a new school but remains glued to her phone, waiting for the call to tell her to come pick him up, that they can't handle him, that they don't know what to do with a child who has autism. How can she trust these strangers to look [...]
 
Book: The 4-1-1 on Step Parenting - Essential Tips on: Communicating & Bonding; Combining Families; And More! by Michele Sfakianos, RN, BSN
Man and woman relationships alone are difficult. When you add his kids, her kids, his ex, her ex and the in-laws, most people cannot handle the pressure. Step-families require more effort and understanding because of more people involved, and this often includes young ones who didn't ask to be put into the situation to begin with. The manner in which you approach the role of parent or step parent [...]
 
Book: Character Building Stories - Friendship Skills for Raising Happy Children + 75 Parenting Tips by Jean Tracy
Character Building Stories: Friendship Skills for Raising Happy Children + 75 Parenting Tips helps your kids get exactly what they want - FRIENDS. INSIDE: Download FREE Bonus Collections! . 20 Friendship Rhymes with friendship skills to motivate your child . 50 Social Skills with a weekly calendar promote progress - . 75 Parenting Tips for raising happy children with social skills - 5 STAR [...]
 
Book: The String Horse by Michele Cytron Linde & James Linde Campbell
A true story that invites readers to spend a year with James, a third grader who looks like he has the perfect life from the outside. But life just isn't going the way James planned. James is dealing with more stuff than your average 9-year-old. He has a big bad secret that makes him feel sick a lot of the time; he's sad that his mom whom he adores has to fly all over the world for her job, and [...]
 
Book: Kenny and the Confusion Witch by Talia Hieman
The third book in the series that became a hit among children and parents. Talia Hieman, a mother, writer, holder of an M.A., and a coach affiliated with ICF, has revolutionized the writing of children's book and is certain that you will read quality, intelligent books to your children - the same characteristics of the children themselves! Is your child grappling with a social, learning, or other [...]
 
Book: Self Esteem For Children - Parenting and Child Development Guide on How to Eliminate Low Self-Esteem in Children by Seho Song
'Self Esteem In Children' - A Proven Steps and Strategies to Boost Your Child's Low Self-Esteem (Parenting and Child Development Guide) Today only, get this Amazon bestseller for just $2.99. Regularly priced at $4.99. Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device. Have you been looking for tips on building your child's self esteem just to solve your child's confidence? Learn how to [...]
 
Book: Retribution by J. L. Campbell
JUSTINE CHARLES is still trying to put the pieces of her life together seven years after a disastrous extra-marital affair. She's raising a troubled teenage daughter and six-year-old Emile, the result of her indiscretion. A chance meeting drops the still-scorching Xavier McKellop back on her radar. Her former lover is hurt and furious that Justine has kept his son's birth a secret. She has little [...]
 
Book: Moms are Nuts
Emmy winners, magazine editors, comedians, TV personalities, bestselling authors and social media superstars team up to bring you a laugh-out-loud book not about being a mom, but about having a mom, grandmom or mom-figure. And while it's not OK for someone else to make yo-momma jokes about your momma, it is perfectly healthy - even downright hilarious - to find the humor in your own upbringing. [...]
 
Book: Finding the Rainbow by Rachel McGrath
Finding the Rainbow is a fascinating and honest insight into a world that most would find difficult to understand, and many would be quietly thankful not to need to. McGrath tells the story of her battle to conceive and carry a baby, with unrestricted honesty, leaving the reader in no doubt as to her thoughts and feelings, and the courageousness with which she deals with a very difficult period [...]
 
Book: Raising Your Daughter Through the Joys, Tears & by C. Lynn Williams
C. Lynn Williams speaks with a refreshing honesty. Her voice provides an interesting perspective on how to effectively improve communication and self-esteem. Her book provides a roadmap for selfdiscovery that will benefit not only caregivers who are raising daughters, but also those who do not have children, but have been daughters themselves. Even men who find themselves asking why some women [...]
 
Book: The Rescue by Carolyn Reardon Neuman
THE RESCUE is a memoir that chronicles, with a dose of humor, the experience of rescuing a dog who was close to death. This particular dog returned the favor and was pivotal in rescuing me, a year later, from the very same condition. The story is based on Cape Cod, where I have lived for 22 years with my husband and daughter. We are a typical middle class family, balancing work and the rigors of [...]
 
Book: Distraction by J. L. Campbell
Three Jamaican women walk a tightrope of decisions when their lives are derailed by blackmail, deceit and infidelity. JUSTINE CHARLES, sensible and self-contained, battles an addiction which could destroy her marriage, reputation, and relationship with her daughter. DIONNE JONES, an aggressive go-getter, takes risks that cut a trail of devastation through her family and business. KYRA MILLS, [...]
 
Book: The Woman in Black by Rene Natan
When Savina Thompson, an ex-police agent and amateur performer, is asked to impersonate a call girl, she's at first flabbergasted and only with reluctance she accepts to play that role. It's needed to help the police penetrate the criminal ring that plagues the town of Varlee, Ontario. It's part of a daring operation engineered by Chief Detective Conrad Tormez. Using a new speech emulation [...]
 
Book: The Toilet Is Over-Flowing & The Dog Is Wearing My Underwear by Debbie Roppolo
In the BC (before children) years, award-winning humor author Debbie Roppolo believed parenting would be a breeze. Had she known motherhood entailed fishing cell phones from toilets and pulling cocoa puffs out of noses, she might have become a nun. Armed with a sharp wit, her stories, and the realization that parenting is sometimes a contact sport, Roppolo enlightens the reader with the knowledge [...]
 
Book: Just Toss the Ashes by Marta Merajver-Kurlat
Sylvia Meyer, a successful lawyer, has committed suicide. This drives her son Lucas to trace back the paths that may provide him with clues to find answers beyond her factual decision to die. He suddenly realizes that he did not actually know neither who his mother was or how she had lived. A counterpoint of past and present voices whispering into his ears outline a tormented image in which the [...]
 
Book: In My Corner by Susan O'Brien Fischer
"In My Corner" is a book about the trials and tribulations of motherhood, gardening, and life in general. In a series of newspaper columns written by Susan O'Brien Fischer for the Sedalia Democrat and posts from her care pages, the book details her views on life as she dealt with brain cancer. Although she was only in her late forties, the book is full of wisdom, encouragement, and life [...]
 
Book: A Baker's Dozen - 13 Steps to Distraction (Prequel) by J. L. Campbell
In true Jamaican style, Dionne, Justine and Kyra have found ways to make the best of a bad situation. According to Jamaican parlance, they've learned to tun dem han' mek fashion. Their combined financial need, drive to succeed and lack of emotional support are detrimental to their survival, but these enterprising women are living the best life they can coming up with creative ways to survive [...]
 
Book: I Love You Dad by David McCain
I am an inadvertent author. Real estate law is my stock and trade. I initially bought a "How to write your own autobiography" kit for my ailing and aging Dad so we could spend more alone time together. We had great fun doing so until he became very ill and passed. I had an unfinished book on my hands and it sat there for several months while I struggled with his death and with how to finish the [...]
 
Book: Through the Crimson Mirror - Book 1 by Daniel Alexander
Have you ever felt lost as a parent? Do you really know your children? As a child, have you ever felt alone? This is not your ordinary parenting book. The cover images depict something raw and naked. The topics dealt with are real and visceral. It is a story that we do not often tell: the story of parenting from a child's point of view. A roller coaster of emotions awaits readers as the author [...]
 
Book: 'SUP - Praising "Nasty" Teenagers by maw.n
What do teenagers in the United States have in common with teenagers in Great Britain, Canada, Mexico, and other countries around the world. 'SUP does Real Talk about the world's future leaders by contradicting the exaggerated fear that adults have of irresponsible, self-loving adolescents who take "Me" photographs all day over their pricey phones.
 
Book: On a Hot August Afternoon by Bridget Straub
Stacey is an artist with a rock star husband, Pete, whom she loves with all of her heart. With two young children, and the financial security to pursue her career only when it suits her to do so, she and the kids are about to join her in-laws at the family compound in beautiful South Lake Tahoe for her sister in-law's wedding. There, she'll be reunited with Pete who has been out on the road with [...]
 
Book: Wonderment by Nigel Hey
Book Description Publication Date: October 1, 2012 Wonderment: A Love Affair with Adventure, Writing, Travel, Philosophy, and Family Life keeps the action going from the author's innocent childhood introduction to sex to the danger and suspense of driving a waterlogged tunnel in the Greek mountains. This is the first-person story of a lifelong writer who was born with an insatiable curiosity and [...]
 
Book: The Avenue by James Lawless
The Provenance of The Avenue (from a letter to Gabriel Byrne) My family moved from the Liberties to the suburbs of Walkinstown when I was six so The Avenue is in a way a chronological continuation of Perceiving Oranges and represents my response to the myth of suburbia as a panacea for the ills of society. The story hangs essentially as a picture of suburban degeneration. My family like a lot of [...]
 
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