Non-Fiction - Parenting

Common Sense for Our Common Good

A Parent Guide to Good Schools
By Jim Baumann

Common Sense for Our Common Good: A Parent Guide to Good Schools by Jim Baumann is a great guidebook for parents. The information is listed in groups of three and clearly explained. Essentially, it's an easy read and discusses what makes a school good, focusing...

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Secret Box

Searching for Dad in a Century of Self
By Tony Page

Secret Box: Searching for Dad in a Century of Self by Tony Page is the author's memoir chronicling his own life and that of his deceased father and the family left behind. It starts with Page's earliest memory of abandonment at the age of fourteen,...

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Lose the Cape

Never Will I Ever (and then I had Kids!)
By Alexa Bigwarfe and Kerry Rivera

Parents pull up the shades and invite you to look into their dirt-filled crevices, and admit the absolute truth in the humorous parenting book, Lose The Cape: Never Will I Ever (and then I had Kids!) by Alexa Bigwarfe and Kerry Rivera. In this...

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Help! I've Created A Brat!

By Chantal Kayem

Raising children in today's society can be a difficult path to navigate. Filled with constant twists, turns, and a continuous bombardment of confusing advice, the road to happy, healthy kids can appear bumpy and sometimes even scary. It is heartbreaking when your kids, after years...

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Understanding the Challenge of "No" for Children with Autism

Improving Communication, Increasing Positivity, Enhancing Relationships
By Colette McNeil

Colette McNeil is an author with over twenty years of experience in teaching children with autism and related disorders between the ages of three to twenty-two. She shares her vast knowledge regarding how carefully selected words, when used in communication, can build the relationship between...

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Notes To My Baby - I Love You Already

By Vesna M. Bailey

Notes To My Baby - I Love You Already by Vesna M. Bailey is a non-fiction book for mothers-to-be with all the right elements to become a keepsake treasure for her child when they are old enough to appreciate all it entails. Chock full of...

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Dysgraphia

Beyond Bad Handwriting, A Parent's Perspective
By J.S. Parent

Dysgraphia: Beyond Bad Handwriting, A Parent's Perspective is a nonfiction book on parenting written by J.S. Parent. All too often, a child’s inability to write clearly and legibly is considered their fault. Teachers may say that the child isn’t trying hard enough or gets too...

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Blemished But Not Broken

By Kay Kinsley Adams

Blemished But Not Broken by Kay Kinsley Adams is a gritty memoir that chronicles one woman’s journey from victimhood to inner freedom — an unashamed soul-searching and a brutally honest account that is a powerful indictment of what debases the individual and robs them of...

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Swan Mothers

Discovering Our True Selves by Parenting Uniquely Magnificent Children
By Natalia Erehnah

Swan Mothers: Discovering Our True Selves by Parenting Uniquely Magnificent Children by Natalia Erehnah is a book for all parents who deal with children with special needs so that it will help them to see that their children are perfect exactly the way they are....

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Daddy Day Care

A book for new dads and curious mums
By Mr Jonathan Tindale

After working for several months as a full time stay-at-home father, Jonathan Tindale finds the experience so unique to dads that he makes the decision to provide insight for other like minded parents with his book, Daddy Day Care. With an acute sense that he's...

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