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Penelope Leach’s Your Baby & Child has been a beloved favorite for years. With this new, revised edition, Leach has updated her information and approach to reflect new findings in the field of child development, and [...]
Today, many children fall into one of two categories, neither of which is healthy: one group is almost entirely inactive, and the other spends most of their “free” time in highly structured, overly stressful competitive sports [...]
With profound empathy and welcome humor, Stephanie Pierson, a writer whose own daughter, now a sophomore at Columbia University is successfully recovering from an eating disorder and Phyllis Cohen, CSW, a New York psychotherapist who has [...]
When boys don’t talk, it is a way of protecting and preserving themselves. It should not be interpreted as disinterest or a lack of need for emotional involvement. On the contrary, boys want and need emotional [...]
Part cookbook, part parenting manual, Whining and Dining – from two food lovers who are also mums of picky eaters – will bring sanity to every family’s table. Your kids are happily sitting at the table. [...]
Where Should I Sit at Lunch? The Ultimate 24/7 Guide to Surviving the High School Years, by Harriet S. Mosatche, Ph.D. and Karen Unger, M.A., gives high school students the inside scoop on figuring out who [...]
With more than six million copies in print, the What to Expect books have become America’s pregnancy and childcare bibles. The fourth book in the series provides comprehensive, lively, and reassuring coverage for the toddler ages [...]
The top priority for every parent is to protect their children. The author of the book The Safe Baby, Debra Holtzman, is a nationally recognized child safety expert. For example, she is on the Discovery Health [...]
This guide is written by medical experts about the germs that linger in public and private places, in our homes and offices. As such, it offers explanations, pointers and health advice for the preventive and pre-emptive [...]
Compiled by “The Virtues Project”, an international organization dedicated to inspiring spiritual growth in young and old alike, this multicultural, interfaith handbook shows parents and teachers how to turn words into actions and ideals into realities. [...]
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