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The First 1,000 Days: A Crucial Time for Mothers and Children¿And the World

by Roger Thurow

Based on compelling new scientific and social science research on early childhood malnutrition, a new generation of activists have been inspired to re–think old approaches to ‘feeding the world.’ The new...


Cards for Brianna: A Mom's Messages of Living, Laughing, and Loving as Time Is Running Out

by Heather McManamy & William Croyle

Though the end of your life may be near, it doesn't mean you have to stop living

After being diagnosed in her early thirties with terminal breast cancer, Heather McManamy felt like her life was crumbling. Her...


None Call Me Dad

by Ky Owen

None Call Me Dad is the true, mesmerizing story of a 21st Century dad. On two weeks notice, Ky Owen becomes an adoptive father to a six-year-old son. Five years later, on two days notice, he becomes a father...


It's OK to Go Up the Slide: Renegade Rules for Raising Confident and Creative Kids

by Heather Shumaker

When it comes to parenting, sometimes you have to trust your gut.

With her first book, It’s OK Not to Share, Heather Shumaker overturned all the conventional rules of parenting with her “renegade rules”...


I Love You Already

by Anna Ressler & Lara Ressler Horst

A love poem from a mother to her unborn baby.  This little book is written to be read to all children. It describes the love of a mother for her unborn infant.  It is full of colorful illustrations that...


Our Relation to Children

by C.W. Leadbeater

It cannot be denied that from the theosophical standpoint the subject of our relation to children is an exceedingly important and practical one. Realizing, as we must, the purpose for which the ego descends...


Vessels: A Love Story

by Daniel Raeburn

An unforgettable portrait of a marriage tested to its limits.

When Dan, a writer with a passion for underground comics, and his wife Bekah, a potter dedicated to traditional Japanese ceramics, met through a...


When Someone You Love Is Polyamorous: Understanding Poly People and Relationships

by Elisabeth Sheff

Having a friend or family member come out to you as polyamorous can be confusing and stressful. Chances are, you have a lot of questions: Is this just a phase? Won't they settle down someday? What's going to...


Tools for the Exceptional Parent of a Chronically-Ill Child

by Shirley Riga

Parenting a chronically-ill child, holding a family together, and taking care of oneself in the process is often an insurmountable task. As caregivers, you give and give, making life changing decisions for your...


The Mother God Made Me to Be

by Karen Valentin

A contributor to Guideposts annuals for ten years, Karen Valentin's narrative pieces about her journey to marriage and motherhood and then to single motherhood have resonated with readers. Here she collects...


How Can I Ever Trust You Again?: Infidelity: From Discovery to Recovery in Seven Steps

by Andrew Marshall

 There are few things in life more traumatic than discovering that your partner is having an affair. You are not only coping with the pain and anger but also the sense that your partner is a stranger. How could...


Taking Flight: Mastering Executive Function - How a Mother and Son Transformed Academic Struggles into  Collegiate Success

by Carolyn Carpeneti

What should we do when our children struggle academically? Should we let them fail so they’ll learn from their mistakes and do better next time? Perhaps. But what if they lack the organizational tools to succeed?...


Baby Nosh: Plant-Based, Gluten-Free Goodness for Baby's Food Sensitivities

by Jennifer Browne & Tanya R. Loewen

Caring for a baby or small child with food sensitivities is never fun—especially if you have no idea what the culprit is. Meet Jennifer and Tanya: two modern mamas with a combined seven children and twenty-five...


The Pocket Grandpa: Grandfatherly Wit & Wisdom At Your Fingertips

by Hafer Jedd & Hafer Todd

The Pocket Grandpa is a handy source of just the right words - at just the right time

There's a social expectation that grandpas are supposed to be reliable sources of homespun wisdom, often delivered with a...


The Mommy Group: Freaking Out, Finding Friends, and Surviving the Happiest Time of Our Lives

by Elizabeth Isadora Gold

“If you only read one parenting book this year, make it The Mommy Group...This book is incisive, insightful, and downright delightful. I did not mean for that to rhyme” (Adam Mansbach, #1 New York Times...


Because of Love: Now and Forever

by Janice Grow Hanson

The touching true story of how a mother’s love, faith, and determination saved the lives of her two physically challenged children.  Tonya and Cody are the only two known in the entire world diagnosed with...


The century of the child

by Ellen Key

Ellen Key was a Swedish difference feminist writer on many subjects in the fields of family life, ethics and education and was an important figure in the Modern Breakthrough movement. She was an early advocate...


The Education of the Child - and Early Lectures on Education

by Rudolf Steiner

One of the keys to Rudolf Steiner’s ability to penetrate and accomplish so much in so many different fields lies in the fact that, in addition to possessing profound philosophical, spiritual, and mystical...


Mindful Relationships: Creating Genuine Connections with Ourselves and Others

by Dr Richard Chambers

A practical guide for using mindfulness to enrich relationships and effectively manage stresses associated with conflict. The authors explore how we can use mindfulness to develop a more compassionate, friendly...


Secrets, Spies and Spotted Dogs

by Jane Eales

Secrets, Spies and Spotted Dogs by Jane Eales

A simple need for her birth certificate leads Jane, aged 19, to a devastating secret: she was adopted as a five-week old baby in London in 1947. Stunned, Jane is...