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Search the catalog for this title. Beyond the sling : a real-life guide to raising confident, loving children the attachment parenting way
by Mayim Bialik

The author describes how she forged positive relationships with her sons through Attachment Parenting practices, sharing advice on how to address a child's needs without resorting to pop culture trends.
Search the catalog for this title. Confessions of a scary mommy
by Jill Smokler

In a culture that idealizes motherhood, it's scary to confess that, in your house, being a mother is beautiful and dirty and joyful and frustrating all at once.
Search the catalog for this title. Dad to dad : parenting like a pro : expert advice, guidance, and insight from a pediatrician-dad
by David L. Hill

Offers Expert Advice, Guidance, and Insight from a Pediatrician-Dad Hill.
Search the catalog for this title. Fed up with frenzy : slow parenting in a fast-moving world
by Susan Lipman

Packed with simple and affordable games, crafts, and activities to help parents be more present with their children.
Search the catalog for this title. How to talk so kids will listen & listen so kids will talk
by Adele Faber

Faber and Mazlish use real-life situations to show how you can respect and respond to your child's feelings and satisfy your own needs.
Search the catalog for this title. If the Buddha had kids : raising children to create a more peaceful world
by Charlotte Sophia Kasl

In an age when so many kids seem to be glued to video games and eating fast food dinners on the way to a soccer game, author Charlotte Kasl urges parents to step back and examine what is important in their lives, and to take the time to truly get to know their children.
Search the catalog for this title. No regrets parenting : turning long days and short years into cherished moments with your kids
by Harley Rotbart

In quick hits, small bites, and short lists of essential, commonsense and occasionally creative advice, pediatrician Rotbart answers a parents three most commonly asked questions: what do my kids need from me? what must I do to be a good parent? how can I avoid feeling guilty for not doing everything?
Search the catalog for this title. Parenting without power struggles : raising joyful, resilient kids while staying calm, cool and connected
by Susan Stiffleman

Family therapist Susan Stiffelman has shown thousands of parents how to be the cool, confident "Captain of the ship" in their children's lives. Based on her successful practice and packed with real-life stories, Susan shares proven strategies and crystal clear insights to motivate kids to cooperate and connect. Parenting without Power Struggles is an extraordinary guidebook for transforming your day-to-day parenting life.
Search the catalog for this title. Survival mom : how to prepare your family for everyday disasters and worst-case scenarios
by Lisa Bedford

Undaunted by the prospect of teotwawki (The End of the World as We Know It), Lisa Bedford tackles every what-if and worst-case scenario head-on, offering practical advice on how to prepare your family for whatever might come your way.
Search the catalog for this title. The real dad rules : the everyday steps, secrets and satisfactions of being a real dad, every day
by Dan Pearce

What is the difference between a dad and a real dad? A big one! Dan Pearce, author of the world's most popular dad blog (Single Dad Laughing), discusses the path that real dads take, the personal strength every father has, and the poignant realities of fatherhood.
Search the catalog for this title. Why have kids? : a new mom explores the truth about parenting and happiness
by Jessica Valenti

From the most high-profile young feminist in America, a provocative and brutally honest exploration of modern parenthood.
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