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Whether you're parenting a wee one or a teenager, there's bound to be tips and expert advice you can get from our parenting books. This list updates when we add new titles to the collection.

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Parents who lead  by Stewart D. Friedman

Parents who lead

Stewart D. Friedman

Book

Drawing on the principles of his book Total Leadership--a national bestseller and popular program taught in organizations worldwide--Stewart Friedman and coauthor Alyssa Westring show working parents how to lead more purposeful lives, characterized by...

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Raising good humans  by Hunter Clarke-Fields

Raising good humans

Hunter Clarke-Fields

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As a parent you strive to model kindness, compassion, and patience when interacting with your children. But no parent is perfect, and in difficult or stressful moments, you may react to your kids in ways that don't exactly fit your ideal model of parenting...

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Letters on motherhood  by Giovanna Fletcher

Letters on motherhood

Giovanna Fletcher

Book

Letters on Motherhood is a collection of heartfelt and deeply poignant letters written by Giovanna to her three young sons Buzz, Buddy and Max, husband, Tom, and the family and friends who have inspired and supported her to become the mother that she...

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Rooted, resilient, and ready  by Lindsay Sealey

Rooted, resilient, and ready

Lindsay Sealey

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Today's teen girls face pressures such as an increase in mental health concerns, mounting demands to be both beautiful and successful, and addiction to social media and the approval of others, all of which can result in a damaging decline in personal...

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How to talk so teens will listen & listen so teens will talk  by Adele Faber

How to talk so teens will listen & listen so teens will talk

Adele Faber

Book

Living with teenagers can be overwhelming. Overnight, it seems, the children you were once so close to turn into independent strangers with thoughts, tastes, and values all their own. And today's teens are growing up in a popular culture that is meaner,...

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What science tells us about autism spectrum disorder  by Raphael (Raphael A.) Bernier

What science tells us about autism spectrum disorder

Raphael (Raphael A.) Bernier

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What have scientists learned about the causes of autism spectrum disorder? Why do different kids have such different symptoms, and what are the best ways to deal with them? Will there ever be a cure? From leading autism researchers, this accessible guide...

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Not so mumsy  by Marcia Leone

Not so mumsy

Marcia Leone

Book

Through shared stories, witty quips and illustrations, Marcia Leone (aka NOT SO MUMSY) shares the grittier parts of motherhood that have hidden behind the facade of perfection and ease, empowering readers to feel like we’re all in this together. It comes...

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Freeing your child from negative thinking  by Tamar E. (Tamar Ellsas) Chansky

Freeing your child from negative thinking

Tamar E. (Tamar Ellsas) Chansky

Book

If unaddressed at the early stages, negative thinking can become the gateway to depression and more serious mental health issues. Habitual negative thinking creates chronic or occasional emotional hurdles and impedes optimism, flexibility, and happiness....

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Parenting children with diabetes  by Eliot LeBow

Parenting children with diabetes

Eliot LeBow

Book

Parenting Children with Diabetes offers parents a 360-degree view of what is happening to their child living with diabetes, providing special tools, insight, and education to help parents and their children navigate diabetes management, communicate clearly...

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The new adolescence  by Christine Carter

The new adolescence

Christine Carter

Book

From expert sociologist and Senior Fellow at UC Berkeley, Christine Carter, author of The Sweet Spot, The New Adolescence is a small, engaging, solutions-focused book that gives time-starved parents simple strategies for raising healthy, happy teenag...

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Warrior rising  by MaryAnne Howland

Warrior rising

MaryAnne Howland

Book

Nearly one-third of American children are being raised without a father. Among African-Americans, that number is often reported to be as high as 72%. In this inspiring book, MaryAnne Howland describes how when her son was turning thirteen she reached...

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The baby feeding book  by Vanessa Christie

The baby feeding book

Vanessa Christie

Book

From breastfeeding and bottle-feeding to weaning, this is the only book you will need to feed your baby with confidence, and without judgement, in the first year. The Baby Feeding Book is a unique, fascinating and holistic expert guide into the world...

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Safe infant sleep  by James J. (James Joseph) McKenna

Safe infant sleep

James J. (James Joseph) McKenna

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Throughout history and across cultures, sleeping with your baby has been the norm, yet today the practice is fraught with questions, fear, and guilt. Parents are left exhausted, and those who cherish the closeness of cosleeping find themselves doubting...

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Man raises boy  by Rob Sturrock

Man raises boy

Rob Sturrock

Book

Welcome to Rob Sturrock's journey into parenting. Since the birth of his daughter, Rob has been passionate about being an active and present father, but this hasn't always been straightforward. Struggling with stereotypes, judgement, identity and iso...

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Toddler whispering  by Sharlene Poole

Toddler whispering

Sharlene Poole

Book

"A companion guide to the incredibly successful book 'Baby Whispering', which covered the first year of a baby's life. This new book covers the following four years, divided into two main age groups (1-2 and 2-5) looking at commonly asked questions f...

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Starting secondary school  by Michael Carr-Gregg

Starting secondary school

Michael Carr-Gregg

Book

The jump between primary and secondary school marks one of the biggest transitions in a student's life. It's the point at which a child leaves the relatively safe cocoon of childhood and enters the wide world of adolescence. For both parents and thei...

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Surviving and thriving on the single-parent journey  by Kathlene Seney-Williams

Surviving and thriving on the single-parent journey

Kathlene Seney-Williams

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This is a book that comes alongside the reader as a travel guide and walks through the journey via a step-by-step approach. Walking the Single Parent Journey offers the reader a chance for self-discovery, of coming to terms with the pains and effects...

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The other mother  by Jen Brister

The other mother

Jen Brister

Book

I'm Jen Brister, stand-up comedian, middle-aged adolescent and, more recently, a mum. But not that mum – I'm the other one. Confused? Let’s back up a bit. Two years ago, my partner (a woman – we're not solicitors) gave birth to twins. Yes. Yes. Already...

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Decoding boys  by Cara Familian Natterson

Decoding boys

Cara Familian Natterson

Book

What is my son doing behind his constantly closed door? What's with his curt responses, impulsiveness, newfound obsession with gaming, and...that funky smell? As pediatrician and mother of two teenagers Cara Natterson explains, puberty starts in boys...

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Transformed by birth  by Britta Bushnell

Transformed by birth

Britta Bushnell

Book

As expecting parents, you're bombarded with more information - and opinions - than ever about the "right" approach to pregnancy and childbirth. How do you navigate this ocean of information - not only to find the best practical solutions for you pers...

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The unschooling journey  by Pam Laricchia

The unschooling journey

Pam Laricchia

Book

When Pam's three children left school back in 2002, she had no idea that one decision would lead her to question so much of the conventional wisdom around learning and parenting. Nor that she would find new answers that made so much more sense! Her c...

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The Montessori toddler  by Simone Davies

The Montessori toddler

Simone Davies

Book

An inspiring, beautifully designed guide for parents of toddlers looking to bring the principles of Montessori education--curiosity, independence, respect--into their daily lives.

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Mothering our boys  by Maggie Dent

Mothering our boys

Maggie Dent

Book

"If we can see the world through boys' eyes a little better, we will make different choices in the way we mother them... and we will find them less confusing, and love them more deeply. Mothers of sons are worried about raising their boys in a world ...

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Parenthood the Swedish way  by Cecilia Chrapkowska

Parenthood the Swedish way

Cecilia Chrapkowska

Book

Using the latest research and a wealth of personal experiences, this is the fact-based, no-nonsense approach to birth, child health, and shared child-rearing you have been waiting for. Many expectant parents will be surprised and relieved to hear the...

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7 steps to get your child reading  by Louise Park

7 steps to get your child reading

Louise Park

Book

Louise Park has spent decades watching children working away at this reading thing. As a teacher, children's author and leading educational consultant, she knows better than anyone how the goalposts have shifted over time. The road to literacy has never...

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Soft skills for children  by Nancy Armstrong Melser

Soft skills for children

Nancy Armstrong Melser

Book

Children today are growing up in a culture of confusion and uncertainty. Their lives are often hurried and overcommitted. Structures like bedtime and manners are often not practiced in homes and schools. Parents and teachers are looking for how to te...

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The kids are in bed  by Rachel Bertsche

The kids are in bed

Rachel Bertsche

Book

Picture it--it's 8:30 p.m. You close the door to your child's room just as you hear your partner closing the dishwasher, and now it's time for an hour or two of glorious freedom. What do you do? Read the book you've been waiting to crack open all day?...

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Crystals for mom  by Jenn Morgan

Crystals for mom

Jenn Morgan

Book

In Crystals for Mom, discover all the ways crystal healing can benefit your specific needs as a parent, with expert advice about which crystals to use for any situation that may arise. Try emerald crystals to soothe children's nightmares or amber to calm...

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I've had 8 babies and if there's one thing I've learned...  by Kim Tucci

I've had 8 babies and if there's one thing I've learned...

Kim Tucci

Book

Kim Tucci knows how to baby-wrangle better than most. With eight children, including quintuplets, Kim's tried and tested techniques and advice will help save you precious time and money, not to mention sanity! Including tips on feeding, settling and ...

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Weaning made simple  by Annabel Karmel

Weaning made simple

Annabel Karmel

Book

An exciting journey of food discovery awaits your baby, yet this can often feel like an overwhelming and confusing time. With Weaning Made Simple, it's easy to find the right approach for your little one - and for you. Packed with the latest advice and...

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The zen mama  by Sarah Ivens

The zen mama

Sarah Ivens

Book

Let go of parenting expectations and fears to raise courageous, confident children. The Zen Mama philosophy is that mother and child complement each other in adventures and experiences, always putting safety first but without getting caught up in the...

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Parents under the influence  by Cécile David-Weill

Parents under the influence

Cécile David-Weill

Book

Part American and part French, part memoir and part guide, this book offers a fresh, unique, and powerful perspective on the challenges of parenting and how to find a rewarding path forward for parents and children alike. How should we raise our children?...

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So... You're having a teenager  by Sarah Macdonald

So... You're having a teenager

Sarah Macdonald

Book

So, you're having a teenager? Congratulations/commiserations. Worried about drugs? We recommend Valium, wine and HRT. Happy you survived the toddler tantrums? Let us introduce you to the eye roll, the cold shoulder and the incoherent mumble. On the b...

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The new father  by Armin A. Brott

The new father

Armin A. Brott

Book

Learn how to make a positive impact in these milestone years of your child's development, when he or she goes from crawling to walking, and from knowing just a few words to speaking in complete sentences. Armin Brott guides you through this crucial phase...

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Oh crap! potty training  by Jamie Glowacki

Oh crap! potty training

Jamie Glowacki

Book

"Jamie Glowacki--potty-training expert, Pied Piper of Poop, and author of the popular guide, Oh Crap! Potty Training--shares her proven 6-step plan to help you toilet train your preschooler quickly and successfully. Let Jamie Glowacki, potty-training...

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The complete secrets of happy children  by Steve Biddulph

The complete secrets of happy children

Steve Biddulph

Book

"In The secret of happy children you will learn what's really happening inside kids' minds, and how you can influence it. And you will find out how to be a stronger, more loving, more definite, and more relaxed parent. You'll learn how to let go of o...

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Rich dad's rich kid, smart kid  by Robert T. Kiyosaki

Rich dad's rich kid, smart kid

Robert T. Kiyosaki

Book

'Rich kid, smart kid' is written for parents who value education, want to give their child a financial and academic head start in life, and are willing to take an active role to make it happen. In the Information Age, a good education is more important...

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Help your kids with math

Help your kids with math

Book

Using a full-color illustrated approach, a guide to parental math tutoring looks at every aspect of the challenging subject, from simple sums to simultaneous equations, in a book with simple explanations and clear illustrations that parents can share...

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Help your kids with language arts

Help your kids with language arts

Book

"Reduce the stress of studying English and help your child with their homework! The perfect guide for parents who want to assist their children with schoolwork, Help your kids with language arts is designed to make all facets of studying the English ...

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Connoisseur kids  by Jennifer L. (Jennifer Lynn) Scott

Connoisseur kids

Jennifer L. (Jennifer Lynn) Scott

Book

Jennifer Scott is the powerhouse behind the internationally best-selling series of Madame Chic books about how to live with the grace and elegance of a Frenchwoman. In Connoisseur Kids, her departure from the Madame Chic publishing, she presents the do's...

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The Swedish way to parent and play  by Kristina Henkel

The Swedish way to parent and play

Kristina Henkel

Book

Enter a world where Batman does the dishes and Barbie fights crime. In the US and around the world, people are striving to close the gender gap. Ranked fifth globally for gender equality, Sweden is doing something right. But to truly close the gap, S...

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Three makes baby  by Jana M. Rupnow

Three makes baby

Jana M. Rupnow

Book

Millions of people dream of having a baby but struggle for years with infertility or seek other unconventional ways to build a family. In an era of new options in reproductive medicine, many couples are using a third person's egg, sperm, or embryo to...

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Tying their shoes  by Rob (Robert Eric) Green

Tying their shoes

Rob (Robert Eric) Green

Book

Through a gospel-centered approach to parenting, Tying Their Shoes by Rob and Stephanie Green, lays the foundation for expecting parents to welcome a new addition into their home in light of the gospel. First-time soon-to-be parents and parents expecting...

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Miss-connection  by Justin Coulson

Miss-connection

Justin Coulson

Book

There has never been a better time to be a teenage girl. But perhaps there has never been a harder time. We know that connection is at the heart of our teenage daughters' happiness. And we do our best to have strong connections with our girls. But de...

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Divorce and co-parenting  by Elissa P. Benedek

Divorce and co-parenting

Elissa P. Benedek

Book

About half of marriages end in divorce, and children of divorced parents experience higher rates of psychological problems. Children's healthy development depends on having continued access to both parents, and Divorce and Co-parenting: A Support Guide...

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Tricky kids  by Andrew Fuller

Tricky kids

Andrew Fuller

Book

A guide to parents and teachers on how to handle kids of all ages who are determined to get their own way and resist being held accountable. The author outlines their many ploys to deflect answering questions and their various methods of getting their...

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The power of showing up  by Daniel J. Siegel

The power of showing up

Daniel J. Siegel

Book

One of the very best scientific predictors for how any child turns out--in terms of happiness, academic success, leadership skills, and meaningful relationships--is whether at least one adult in their life has consistently shown up for them. In an age...

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The multi-cooker baby food cookbook  by Jenna Helwig

The multi-cooker baby food cookbook

Jenna Helwig

Book

Making your own fresh, unprocessed baby food is as easy as "setting it and forgetting it" when you enlist your multi-cooker or slow cooker. Here, Jenna Helwig, author of Real Baby Food and Baby-Led Feeding and the food editor at Parents magazine, shares...

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Surviving year 12  by Michael Carr-Gregg

Surviving year 12

Michael Carr-Gregg

Book

Each year, more and more emphasis is placed on achieving good results in the end-of-school exams. This can lead to students feeling extraordinary pressure and having unrealistic expectations. In this new all-new and completely revised edition of the....

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The little book of baby massage  by Jo Kellett

The little book of baby massage

Jo Kellett

Book

To a baby, touch is talk, and through these relaxing techniques you and your child can share some of your most fulfilling and communicative moments. Calm your little one, soothe them to sleep, and most importantly, strengthen your love, all with the ...

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The board game family  by Ellie Dix

The board game family

Ellie Dix

Book

A roadmap to integrating board gaming into family life, filled with irresistible ways to engage even the trickiest of teenagers and manage game nights with flair. Many parents feel as if they are competing with screens for their children's attention....

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The new smart  by Terry Roberts

The new smart

Terry Roberts

Book

The New Smart is a riveting study of the kinds of minds that will succeed in the 21st century. As it turns out, the key ingredient for all aspects of life is not traditional IQ but creativity. In Dr. Terry Roberts' newest book he presents readers with...

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Kid food  by Bettina Elias Siegel

Kid food

Bettina Elias Siegel

Book

Most parents start out wanting to raise healthy eaters. Then the world intervenes. In Kid Food, nationally recognized writer and food advocate Bettina Elias Siegel explores one of the fundamental challenges of modern parenting: trying to raise healthy...

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Fathers raising daughters  by Nigel Latta

Fathers raising daughters

Nigel Latta

Book

Why do girls giggle so much? Why does everything have to be pink? Why are they so scary once they hit puberty? How can I stop her from marrying an idiot? All this and more is revealed, with some surprising conclusions about what we think we know about...

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The call of the wild + free  by Ainsley Arment

The call of the wild + free

Ainsley Arment

Book

Allow your children to experience the adventure, freedom, and wonder of childhood with this practical guide that provides all the information, inspiration, and advice you need for creating a modern, quality homeschool education. Inspired by the spirit...

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Mrs Groff's mischievous book of motherhood management  by Maggie Groff

Mrs Groff's mischievous book of motherhood management

Maggie Groff

Book

Warm, funny and wise, Mrs Groff's Mischievous Book of Motherhood Management is an irresistible voice for our time, championing common sense and skewering nonsense at every turn. Packed with a treasure trove of fascinating information about the female...

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Being at your best when your kids are at their worst  by Kim John Payne

Being at your best when your kids are at their worst

Kim John Payne

Book

A practical, meditative approach that can be used in the moment to help you stay calm and balanced when your child's behavior is pushing you to your limit--by the popular author of Simplicity Parenting. In difficult and challenging situations with our...

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Sleep wrecked kids  by Sharon Moore

Sleep wrecked kids

Sharon Moore

Book

Does your child resist going to bed, wake during the night or get up super early? Do they wake up groggy, despite sleeping for a long time? Do they snore, breathe noisily, or wake in a tangle of bedclothes? Has your child been diagnosed with ADHD, or...

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The importance of failing well  by Lance G. King

The importance of failing well

Lance G. King

Book

This book is designed to help parents support their children to become self-regulated, resilient learners who know how to "fail well".Educationist Lance King designed his first learning improvement programme for school children more than 20 years ago...

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Sharenthood  by Leah A. Plunkett

Sharenthood

Leah A. Plunkett

Book

From baby pictures in the cloud to a high school's digital surveillance system: how adults unwittingly compromise children's privacy online. Our children's first digital footprints are made before they can walk—even before they are born—as parents us...

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Right from the start  by Karin Donahue

Right from the start

Karin Donahue

Book

This book argues that autistic children can be successful in early learning environments when teachers and parents understand the basics of autism, and when they have the tools to help these children expand their social and emotional skills. For parents...

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Unlock teen brainpower  by Judy Willis

Unlock teen brainpower

Judy Willis

Book

All teens today, born after 2000, were thrust into a world with challenges and opportunities non-existent for previous generations. The compelling natures of the internet and social media, combined with the accelerated accumulation of information and...

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Helping your child with friendship problems and bullying  by Sandra Dunsmuir

Helping your child with friendship problems and bullying

Sandra Dunsmuir

Book

A practical and easy to use self-help guide for parents whose children are experiencing problems related to making new friends and facing bullies. Is your child struggling with friendships at school? Have they been the victim of bullying? If so, this...

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The parents' guide to managing anxiety in children with autism  by Raelene Dundon

The parents' guide to managing anxiety in children with autism

Raelene Dundon

Book

This guide for parents is a complete introduction to autism and anxiety. Drawing on the author's clinical experience working with children and their families, it provides parents and carers with everything they need to know to help support their child....

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Parenting right from the start  by Vanessa Lapointe

Parenting right from the start

Vanessa Lapointe

Book

The baby and toddler years are the most important period for any child's emotional and psychological development. Parents naturally want to do what's best for their kids, but they often struggle to know what that is, especially when dealing with the ...

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Parenting with gumption and grit  by Judy McCarver

Parenting with gumption and grit

Judy McCarver

Book

No one wants to fall out of relationship with their kids. It's easier when they are little to stay engaged with them because they require so much physical presence. On the other hand as they get older and become more self-sufficient, being in relationship...

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Beyond behaviors  by Mona Delahooke

Beyond behaviors

Mona Delahooke

Book

In Beyond Behaviors, internationally known pediatric psychologist, Dr. Mona Delahooke describes behaviors as the tip of the iceberg, important signals that we should address by seeking to understand a child's individual differences in the context of ...

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Digital life skills for youth  by Angela Crocker

Digital life skills for youth

Angela Crocker

Book

Digital Life Skills for Youth is for parents, guardians, educators, and anyone who wants to be a positive guiding influence on the next generation of digital citizens. General concepts such as digital citizenship and reputation management are discussed....

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The angry child  by Brett J. Novick

The angry child

Brett J. Novick

Book

This book will explore the basis for this growing fury in children and what can be done about it. The reader will look through a systemic paradigm of how we may be able to stem a tide of rage that threatens to drown the society of our youth.

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Parenting the new teen in the age of anxiety  by John Duffy

Parenting the new teen in the age of anxiety

John Duffy

Book

Kids are growing up with nearly unlimited access to social media and the world wide web. Starting as early as eight years old, children are exposed to information, thought, and emotion that they are developmentally unprepared to process. As a result,...

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The autism discussion page on stress, anxiety, shutdowns and meltdowns  by Bill Nason

The autism discussion page on stress, anxiety, shutdowns and meltdowns

Bill Nason

Book

Anxiety, meltdowns and emotional regulation can be hugely challenging for autistic people. This book is full of proactive strategies for understanding, accepting and respecting the processing differences in autism. It contains tools for reducing sens...

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How to stop losing your sh*t with your kids  by Carla Naumburg

How to stop losing your sh*t with your kids

Carla Naumburg

Book

So, you're losing your sh*t with your kids. You scream, you shout, you snap at them. You're cranky and irritable more often than you'd like to admit. You know how you want to parent; you want to be a calmer, more rational and intentional parent, but no...

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Making more milk  by Lisa Marasco

Making more milk

Lisa Marasco

Book

Cutting-edge discoveries will help you: learn new info about how milk is made, determine if your supply is truly low, find the underlying cause, explore new ways to increase supply.

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Become your child's sleep coach  by Lynelle Schneeberg

Become your child's sleep coach

Lynelle Schneeberg

Book

Become Your Child's Sleep Coach meets that need by giving you a simple plan to coach your children to be wonderful sleepers, as well as methods to deal with bed wetting, sleep walking, night terrors, and other sleep issues. The five-step plan shows you...

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How to raise perfectly imperfect kids and be ok with it!  by Lisa Sugarman

How to raise perfectly imperfect kids and be ok with it!

Lisa Sugarman

Book

Humorist Lisa Sugarman takes her humanistic approach to parenting Gen Z kids and tells it like it is. Sugarman reminds parents that it's okay (and beneficial) for children to confront obstacles, it's okay if your children are not perfect, and it's okay...

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Baby, you're remarkable  by Lorraine Murphy

Baby, you're remarkable

Lorraine Murphy

Book

This is not a one-size-fits-all step-by-step guide - after all, every business, every child, every parent and every family is different. Instead, this book is a refreshingly unfiltered, totally honest and judgement-free account of Lorraine's personal...

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Family, food & feelings  by Kate Berry

Family, food & feelings

Kate Berry

Book

Family, Food & Feelings charts the ebbs and flows of family life through the four school terms. This inspiring, hand-on-heart look at modern families is full of instantly recognisable parenting moments and advice on how to deal with them (be it negot...

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The incredible teenage brain  by Bettina Hohnen

The incredible teenage brain

Bettina Hohnen

Book

Written by a team of leading clinical psychologists, this straightforward book walks the reader through the workings of the teenage brain. Pulling together the latest research, from brain imaging techniques to studies of teen behaviour, the authors provide...

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Winning the math homework challenge  by Catheryne Draper

Winning the math homework challenge

Catheryne Draper

Book

If you've ever been stumped by your childs math homework, this is the book for you. Winning the Math Homework Challenge shares students reasoning, thinking, and even misunderstandings about mathematics to provide you with the opportunity to see math ...

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Better together  by Pam Barnhill

Better together

Pam Barnhill

Book

A book for homeschool families teaching families how to design a part of the homeschool day where the entire family can learn together.

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Real kids, real play  by Alice Zsembery

Real kids, real play

Alice Zsembery

Book

Remember the good ole days? The days when a kid's social network was formed playing kick-to-kick in the street... Where parties consisted of a sock, an egg, a spoon and a donkey's tail. Where we sat by the radio for hours with our finger hovering on the...

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Tell me  by Katharine von der Gathen

Tell me

Katharine von der Gathen

Book

Everything children really want to know about sexuality and bodies and aren't afraid to ask. This book collects questions asked by boys and girls and answers them directly: the questions are real, the answers honest and the images funny. How much sex...

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