Carbon Under Pressure

By Meg Heart

Carbon Under Pressure by Meg Heart is a book based on real events. This emotional and moving story begins with Rose being awoken by her sixteen-year-old daughter’s sobs and tears. Rose was taken by surprise at her daughter's emotional breakdown as she was always cheerful....

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Capable

A Story of Triumph For Children the World has Judged as "Different"
By Deborah Winking PhD

Part memoir, part parenting book, Capable: A Story of Triumph for Children the World has Judged as "Different", by Deborah Winking, Ph.D., is a powerfully moving testament to what is possible for children with special needs. This book is based on the author's true story,...

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Create a Home of Learning

Screen-Free Toys and Techniques for Your Developing Child, 0- 8 Years
By Jodi Dee

Jodi Dee grew up in a learning environment. Her mother developed programs for her day-care. Jodi takes the knowledge gained from her life in child development and shares great ideas with readers in Create a Home of Learning. Every parent wants what is best for...

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Crying, Learning, and Laughing

Why Students Visit the Teen Center
By Tamika M. Murray

Crying, Learning, and Laughing: Why Students Visit the Teen Center by Tamika M. Murray is an award-winning parenting guide focusing on teens. The author is a social worker and writer, using both skills to understand and help teenagers and the professionals who work with them....

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Crash

How I Became a Reluctant Caregiver
By Rachel Michelberg

Crash: How I Became a Reluctant Caregiver by Rachel Michelberg is a memoir that details an important period in her life. After a couple of broken engagements, she got married to David and had two children. Rachel had lost satisfaction in the marriage, but she...

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Calm Parents and Children

A Guidebook
By Gayle Kimball, Ph.D.

Calm Parents and Children by Gayle Kimball, Ph.D. is an engaging and handy manual that gives good tactics and techniques to make parenting easy, peaceful, and less challenging. Being a parent is a meaningful and important job but the pandemic has skyrocketed stress and anxiety...

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Clean Your Plate!

Thirteen Things Good Parents Say That Ruin Kids' Lives
By Liz Bayardelle

Becoming a parent is one of the most joyful events we experience but it is also a very tough one. We all want to be the perfect parent and face so many decisions daily. You want your children to grow up to be confident and...

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Cover My Dreams in Ink

A Son's Unbearable Solitude, A Mother's Unending Quest
By Jessie Dunleavy

America's drug crisis surfaces in the most traumatic way for mother and activist Jessie Dunleavy, who takes us into the harrowing world of addiction as she grapples with her son Paul's dependence in Cover My Dreams in Ink: A Son's Unbearable Solitude, a Mother's Unending...

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Choice and Structure for Children with Autism

Getting Through the Long Days of Quarantine
By Colette McNeil

Choice and Structure for Children with Autism: Getting Through the Long Days of Quarantine by Colette McNeil is a timely non-fiction self-help guide for parents who find themselves at home with children that require a bit more energy and attention than others. McNeil offers readers...

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Courageous Parents

Opposing bad influences, impulses, and trends
By Haim Omer

Raising children in today's society is increasingly becoming challenging for parents because of a multitude of weakening factors; children also face a lot of temptations and risks, influences from peers, harmful trends, and addictive substances. Parents have become weaker and lonelier as the extended family...

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