The Fun Master

A Memoir
By Jeff Seitzer

The Fun Master: A Memoir by Jeff Seitzer is a real-life tale that tugs at the heartstrings. At the heart of this memoir is a father who demonstrates exceptional love for his child—and such love has become his compass in navigating the turbulent waters of...

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Firework Humans

By Jessica Mead

Firework Humans by Jessica Mead is brilliant as it homes in on instincts that ignite entrepreneurial success. Mead asserts that everyone has tendencies like the knowledge-seeking instinct, the audacious dreamer instinct, and the try-again instinct, among others. These same instincts can make you successful in...

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Homeschooling on a Budget

By Jessica Marie Baumgartner

I am reviewing Homeschooling on a Budget by Jessica Marie Baumgartner as a parent who decided to continue homeschooling my children from the time the Covid-19 crisis hit the world, and I must say that it is more than a sheer treasure. It is a...

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You're Not Crazy

Overcoming Parent/Child Alienation
By Lynn Steinberg PH D

You're Not Crazy: Overcoming Parent/Child Alienation was written by Dr. Lynn Steinberg Ph.D. to bring awareness of the issue on a professional, legal, and parental level. Parental alienation involves a child being taught to hate a parent without a valid reason. Steinberg provided several studies...

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A Religion of Story

A Powerful Way to Cultivate Character and Preserve Freedom In Our Children and Culture
By Amanda Johnson, Aaron Johnson

Perhaps you, like many parents, are concerned about your child developing the right mindset, and with good reason. Having the ability to draw your own conclusions and think for yourself are indispensable skills in an era like ours. If you want a proven method to...

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I Was a Foster Carer

By Adrian Hawkes

I Was A Foster Carer is an insightful and very informative book in many ways. The stories of Adrian Hawkes’s and his wife’s experiences of child fostering are told in a light-hearted and fascinating way. From the child’s best interests in mind and at heart,...

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Icarus 2.0 Parachute Included

A Father’s InCentivE$ for CREATEing our way
By Peter Smith

If former U.S. Air Force pilot Peter Smith had waited one more second before ejecting from the fighter jet he was training in, he wouldn't have survived his costly mistake. Inspired by this near-death experience, Peter decided to write lessons for his children to guide...

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Meditations for Modern Man

Wisdom From your Father
By Michael Cook

Meditations for Modern Man: Wisdom From your Father by Michael W Cook, a retired Air Force major, is a collection of “maxims” that echo Marcus Aurelius Antonius’ (reigned 161-180 AD) sayings for his son. Mr. Cook precedes his volume by quoting G.K. Chesterton’s comments on...

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Are We There Yet?

Travelling more responsibly with your children
By Rachel Dodds & Richard Butler

Are We There Yet? by Rachel Dodds and Richard Butler echoes the many times parents have heard their children ask that very question. Traveling with children of all ages can be a challenge, but it can also be an educational and engaging experience for both...

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Your Kids, Their Money

A Parent’s Guide to Raising Financially Literate Children
By Clifton Corbin

We all need to be financially literate, and the best time to learn how to manage money is when you are very young. Where, if not at home, can children learn about money? However, it is not always easy for parents to talk about it...

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