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Untying the Knot

by Deborah Brodie

Amidst the pain and upheaval of divorce is a chance to grow and begin again. This unique book offers comfort, commiseration, and comic relief. Contributors range from celebrities to novelists, therapists, the...


Cereal for Dinner

by Kristine Breese

At the age of thirty-five, author Kristine Breese was always on the go--running after her two young children, training for marathons, and working as a full-time journalist. A typical selfless mom, Breese ignored...


The Art of Hugging

by William Cane

Whether it's a simple squeeze between old friends, a heartfelt bear hug for a child, or the tentative first embrace of love, there's much more to hugging than most people realize. In The Art of Hugging, lovers,...


Jump Ship

by Josh Shipp

We’ve always been told “winners never quit,” but TV personality and motivational speaker Josh Shipp knows it isn’t true. Smart people quit the right things at the right time. But how do you know if...


The Family Guide to Fighting Fat

by Texas Children's Hospital

A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO A HEALTHIER LIFESTYLE FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY

 

More than 30 percent of American children are overweight.  Childhood obesity has become an epidemic in this country, leading to early onset...


And Nanny Makes Three

by Jessika Auerbach

From the playground to the playroom, mothers and nannies are engaged in a relationship like no other – they are sometimes co-parents and comrades, often confidants, and much more than employer and employee. ...


Ketchup Is a Vegetable

by Robin O'Bryant

If you don’t have anything nice to say about motherhood, then… read this book. Robin O’Bryant offers a no holds barred look at the day to day life of being a mother to three, running a household and the...


Happy at Last

by Richard O'Connor

From the bestselling author of Undoing Depression – a groundbreaking program to get happy and stay happy!

Do you want to live the happiest, most satisfying life possible? Does happiness feel like an elusive...


The Women's Guide to Stress Relief in 7 Easy Steps

by Deborah Mitchell

What is stress—and how do I manage it?

Why is stress different for women than it is for men?

How does stress impact my body, mind, and spirit?

Am I at risk for stress-related health problems?

What are my treatment...


Raising a Star

by Nancy Carson & Jacqueline Shannon

So your child wants to be a star? But what does it really take? Money? Looks? Tons of time? Not necessarily.

Nancy Carson, a children's agent who has worked in the industry for more than twenty-five years and...


Raising a Reader

by Jennie Nash

What were my kids born to do? That is the question I hope to help them answer. And because reading is the thing I love most, it's only natural for me to hope it will become something they love, too...The trouble...


Mama Drama

by Denise McGregor

Guilt. Criticism. Control. Competition. Anger.

If these words reflect your relationship with your mother, then Mama Drama can give you the tools to free yourself from the binds of an unhealthy mother/daughter...


The Healing Mind

by Paul Martin

In The Healing Mind, Dr. Paul Martin, a renowned professor behavioral biology, asserts that Wolfe's words are closer to the truth than we might imagine. Long the stuff of poetry and folklore, there is increasing...


Traveling Hopefully

by Libby Gill & Phil MCGRAW

"This book is for real, because Libby is for real..."

- Dr. Phil McGraw in his foreword to Traveling Hopefully

Are you living a life based on who you really are or one built on outdated messages from your past?...


The Power of a Penny

by Glenn Dromgoole

Sometimes we find ourselves feeling like an old penny. Worthless. Forgotten. Discarded. Flattened. Ugly. Yet, like the penny, we still have value, we can make a difference.

We have the power to smile.

We have...


The Nanny Book

by Susan Carlton & Coco Myers

Hiring a nanny--and getting along with her afterward--may be one of the most important things that parents do, yet many of us approach the whole business with fear and trembling, or at least a lot of questions....


George & Sam

by Charlotte Moore

For the parents, families, and friends of the 1 in 250 autistic children born annually in the United States, George and Sam provides a unique look into the life of the autistic child. 

 

Charlotte Moore has...


Bridges to Heaven

by Sue Frederick

Death is not the end.  In fact, your loved ones who have passed are watching you, helping you, and healing you—though you may not know it.  In this highly emotional book, lifelong intuitive Sue Frederick...


The Secret World of Sleep

by Penelope A. Lewis

In recent years neuroscientists have uncovered the countless ways our brain trips us up in day-to-day life, from its propensity toward irrational thought to how our intuitions deceive us. The latest research...


Your Father's Voice

by Lyz Glick & Dan Zegart

It seemed like just plain bad luck. On September 11, 2001, Jeremy Glick boarded United Flight 93 only because a fire at Newark Airport had prevented him from flying out the day before. That morning, he called...