Little Chick Gets Bullied

By Nat Williams

“Wow! What a great idea!” was my first reaction after reading Owl’s suggestions to stop a bully—but H.I.T. doesn’t mean to swing at him. Little Chick Gets Bullied is a wonderful book offering sound advice on how to deal with a bully. Written by teacher-turned-author...

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Specialisms: Autism Perspectives

Musings from the Family of an Autistic Kid
By Brad Eck

Specialisms: Autism Perspectives is a work of non-fiction in the parenting and autobiographical writing subgenres, and was penned by author Brad Eck. The work is intended for both the specialized and general reading audiences and contains essential eye-opening information about the realities of raising a...

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Surviving Our Parents' Mistakes, Second Edition

Healing the Scars from Childhood Mistreatment
By Larry Godwin

Surviving Our Parents’ Mistakes: Healing the Scars from Childhood Mistreatment—Second Edition by Larry Godwin, Ph.D., is a compilation of the author’s lifelong problems from having grown up with a single abusive mother, who, her husband having abandoned her, placed all her attention, useful and not,...

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Raising Taylor, Finding Superwoman

The Difficult Choices Many Parents Find Hard to Make
By Sharon Taylor-Harris

Raising Taylor, Finding Superwoman: The Difficult Choices Many Parents Find Hard to Make is about a single mother raising her daughter in today’s competitive world. Author Sharon Taylor-Harris writes candidly about the time, effort, and sacrifices both she and her daughter put into Taylor’s schooling...

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Reflections of an Anxious African American Dad

By Eric Heard

Eric L. Heard in Reflections of an Anxious African American Dad recounts his early years (childhood to high school) in an effort to lay the groundwork for the life education of his grade school son. Mr. Heard writes that he may have overreacted to his...

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Shlok's Dad

A Father’s Perspective of Parenthood
By Vivek Sharma

Shlok's Dad: A Father's Perspective of Parenthood by Vivek Sharma is an engaging book that looks at parenthood from a father's point of view with a humorous and entertaining perspective that will bring a smile to the faces of readers. The author introduces parents to fatherhood based...

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Autistic or Toxic?

How I Unlocked the Mystery of My Son's "Autism"
By Scarlett South

Autistic or Toxic? How I Unlocked the Mystery of My Son's "Autism" by Scarlett South is the non-fiction memoir of the author's journey as she navigates a world largely unheard of in the 1990s. South begins by sharing the first few years of Luke's life...

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Taking The Cape Off

How to Lead Through Mental Illness, Unimaginable Grief and Loss
By Patrick J. Kenny

Taking The Cape Off: How to Lead Through Mental Illness, Unimaginable Grief and Loss by Patrick J. Kenny is a powerful self-help book for leaders who need help navigating the dark waters of grief and loss. Fire Chief Pat Kenny had his identity wrapped up...

Baby Out Of Wedlock

Co-parenting Basics From Pregnancy to Custody
By Jim & Jessica Braz

Baby Out of Wedlock: Co-Parenting Basics From Pregnancy To Custody by Jim and Jessica Braz is a handy tool that will help millions of new or soon-to-be-mothers or fathers who are not in a conventional marriage. The book will help them go through the nine...

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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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