Yay! Yippee! My Mommy’s Having a Baby fills this gap, depicting the arrival of a new baby in a way that celebrates single moms and shows children what to expect
Browsing: Parenting Books
In this episode, I talk with the incredible Dr. Ibram X. Kendi about his nonfiction book for caregivers, How to Raise an Antiracist.
5 Mindfulness and Meditation Books for Kids: If you’re looking for books with child-friendly visualizations or methods for helping kids discover how they can slow down, breathe, become aware of their bodies both mentally and physically, and fall asleep and stay asleep easier, then this list of books is exactly what you’re looking for.
This volume is invaluable for readers who want to limit their family’s screen time because of its sound and practical advice.
Co-authors Carole P. Roman and J. Robin Albertson Wren discuss Mindfulness for Kids:30 Fun Activities to Stay Calm, Happy, and In Control. Their new book introduces the valuable concept of mindfulness with ease.
A sweet and often hilarious book for kids getting a new baby brother or sister, READY, SET…BABY! prepares everyone for the big responsibilities, fun (and annoyances!) that are coming their way.
Body safety is a topic that we know we need to teach our kids about. Start the conversation nowith these body safety books.
Xander’s Story, by Alejandro and Christopher Garcia-Halenar, tells the story of how one little boy, Xander, came to be the son of his two loving dads through surrogacy.
Crafty thinkers ages 9 through 12—especially those with parent problems of their own—that are looking for a humorous, realistic story, will be bound to enjoy Dewey Fairchild: Parent Problem Solver.
Enter to win a copy of Raising Accountable Kids and The QBQ! Workbook: A Hands-on Tool for Practicing Personal Accountability at Work and in Life, by John G. Miller and Kristin E. Lindeen.
Giveaway begins November 11, 2016, at 12:01 A.M. PST and ends December 11, 2016, at 11:59 P.M. PST.