Screen Resolution

A detective enters the predator's lair, disguised as a child
By Brett Lee and David Morris

Brett Lee, an experienced undercover detective with the Queensland Police Force, and his colleague, David Morris, an equally experienced journalist, have collaborated to bring out Screen Resolution and provide our society, families and young people with a graphic insight into the world of the internet...

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Stepparenting the Grieving Child

Cultivating Past and Present Connections with Children Who Have Lost a Parent
By Diane Ingram Fromme

Stepparenting the Grieving Child: Cultivating Past and Present Connections with Children Who Have Lost a Parent by Diane Ingram Fromme is a comprehensive and informative guide for step parents facing one of the most heartbreaking of challenges. The book begins with Fromme's own experience with...

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Your Adoption Guidebook

Tips & resources for those considering adoption
By Deanna Kahler

Are you looking to adopt? Are you curious to know more about adoption? What is involved in the process of adoption? Your Adoption Guidebook by Deanna Kahler takes you through the entire process – from making the decision to adopt, to choosing the type of...

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Mila's Meals

The Beginning & The Basics
By Catherine Barnhoorn

Food is a basic essential of life. But when food becomes toxic to the body, then it is time to re-evaluate what is in the food. Even so-called fresh produce can be laced with pesticides and GMOs, which can be, and is, terribly toxic to...

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Parenting at Your Best

Powerful Reflections and Straightforward Tips for Becoming a Mindful Parent
By Roni Wing Lambrecht

Parenting At Your Best: Powerful Reflections and Straightforward Tips for Becoming a Mindful Parent by Roni Wing Lambrecht is a useful guide to all those parents who are struggling to have a loving and positive relationship with their children. Parenting will always throw unexpected curve...

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Motherhood Martyrdom & Costco Runs

By Whitney Dineen

Motherhood Martyrdom & Costco Runs is a nonfiction collection of humorous stories about life, written by Whitney Dineen. The author is the mother of two young daughters who do not treat her as the queen she had always expected her children to treat her as,...

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Embracing the Storm

By Rachel McGrath

Rachel McGrath's memoir, Embracing the Storm, is possibly one of the best non-fiction books I've ever read. Her style, transparency, openness and storytelling pull you deep into this heart-wrenching account of her battle against her body to conceive and carry a baby to full term....

Cyber Crisis - It's Personal Now

By William Keiper

If you've ever had thieves break into your home, toss your personal possessions helter-skelter and take off with your valuables, you know how invaded you feel, not to mention the subsequent financial costs you'll incur to replace what was stolen. That's how it feels...

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Uncommon Voyage

Parenting Children With Special Needs (a guidebook)
By Laura Shapiro Kramer

Uncommon Voyage: Parenting Children with Special Needs by Laura Shapiro Kramer is a guidebook for parents, focusing on the questions many of us, with children needing that extra help, have asked. It focuses on universal questions, those niggling concerns and thoughts often voiced only to...

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Motherhood

Lost and Found
By Ann Campanella

Motherhood: Lost and Found by Ann Campanella is an autobiography tracing the story of her life after she married, through several miscarriages, the family dynamics of her parents aging, most specifically her mother’s slow and painful decline with Alzheimer's disease. Her love of horses...

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