Natalie’s uplifting story of using the scientific process to “save” her mother from depression is sure to take root in readers’ hearts!
Sunshine is Forever, by Kyle T. Cowan, is a love at first sight story, but it is also a commentary on this trope and why it exists in the first place.
Enter to win a copy of Growing Up Mindful: Essential Practices to Help Children, Teens, and Families Find Balance, Calm, and Resilience, by Christopher Willard, PsyD.
Giveaway begins June 23, 2016, at 12:01 A.M. PST and ends July 23, 2016, at 11:59 P.M. PST.
Introducing mindfulness into the lives of our children and teenagers is perhaps the greatest gift we can offer.
This book will appeal to middle grade readers who like spunky protagonists, are dealing with difficult family situations, and who like learning about earlier eras in America, (in this case the depression in the 1930s).
Esther Ehrlich’s debut novel, Nest, is an arresting story of an eleven-year-old girl named Chirp Orenstein, whose life becomes acutely sharp and complicated as her mother’s illness overtakes the family
Crystal Godfrey LaPoint is an accomplished composer and artist. For over three decades she has suffered from the dark legacy of depression. A survivor of domestic violence and sexual assault, Crystal is now a tireless advocate for survivors of relationship violence and for destigmatizing mental illness.
A parent is supposed to comfort their child when they are sad, wipe away their tears and tell them that everything is going to be alright. But what happens when the parent is the one who is crying?
When My Mommy Cries by Crystal Godfrey LaPoint is a unique children’s book to help parents talk with children about sadness.