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    Why kids lie

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    The hurried child

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    Growing up

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    The age of the child

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    The age of the child : children in America, 1890-1920

    Macleod, David I.

    Describes the major constraints and opportunities that confronted the American child in the years between 1890 and 1920, looking at how changing economic, cultural, and social possibilities affected the life chances of children.

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    From virtue to character

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    What to expect the first year

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    What to expect the first year

    Eisenberg, Arlene

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    What to expect the toddler years

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    Dr. Spock's baby and child care

    Spock, Benjamin, 1903-

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    Teen dads

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    Teen dads : rights, responsibilities, and joys

    Lindsay, Jeanne Warren.

    A guide for teenage fathers who want to develop their parenting skills, with an emphasis on dealing with children from birth to the age of three.

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    The whole-brain child

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    Playground politics

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    The self-driven child

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    Roots of empathy

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    The hurried child

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    Nurtureshock

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    Nurtureshock : new thinking about children

    Bronson, Po, 1964-

    Contains ten essays that challenge conventional wisdom about raising children, contending that good intentions in child rearing practices are actually backfiring and discussing topics such as praise, emotional well-being, race, lying, and teen rebellion.

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    Freeing your child from negative thinking

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    Freeing your child from negative thinking : powerful, practical strategies to build a lifetime of resilience, flexibility, and happiness

    Chansky, Tamar Ellsas.

    Dr. Tamar Chansky examines the underlying causes of negative thinking in children and offers parents practical strategies to help their children overcome negative thoughts, build optimism, and establish emotional resilience.

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    No more meltdowns

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    No more meltdowns : positive strategies for managing and preventing out-of-control behavior

    Baker, Jed.

    Dr. Jed Baker presents a four-step program designed to help parents and teachers break the meltdown cycle, help children move on, and stop recurrent meltdowns.

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    Tweens

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    Tweens : what to expect from- and how to survive- your child's pre-teen years

    Clifford-Poston, Andrea.

    Presents a practical guide for parents with children in the age eight to twelve range, and offers advice on dealing with tween's behavior, peer pressure, bullying, and other real-life problems.

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    Keeping your child in mind

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    Keeping your child in mind : overcoming defiance, tantrums, and other everyday behavior problems by seeing the world through your child's eyes

    Gold, Claudia M.

    Discusses how parents facing their children's behavior problems need to understand, listen, and validate how their child feels and see things in order to enable their child to learn to understand and eventually control themselves.

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    Great kids

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    Great kids : helping your baby and child develop the ten essential qualities for a happy, healthy life

    Greenspan, Stanley I.

    The author presents ten traits for helping children develop the qualities necessary for achieving success in their lives.

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    The myth of the spoiled child

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    The myth of the spoiled child : challenging the conventional wisdom about children and parenting

    Kohn, Alfie.

    Presents the argument that modern parents are not too permissive or overprotective, and that children today are not entitled or narcissitic, as society claims.

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    Teach Your Children Well: Parenting For Authentic Success

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    Teach Your Children Well: Parenting For Authentic Success

    Levine, Madeline.

    A guide to successful child rearing that combines research and clinical experience and explains how to shift focus to a parenting style that promotes academic success, a sense of purpose, and meaning in life.

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    The parents we mean to be

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    The parents we mean to be : how well-intentioned adults undermine children's moral and emotional development

    Weissbourd, Rick.

    Discusses a way to raise a child without too much intense focus--which can undercut a child's morality--involving the interaction of parents with coaches and teachers to nurture a child's healthy development.

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    Your eight-year-old

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    Your four-year-old

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    A good enough parent

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    The irreducible needs of children

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    The unwritten rules of friendship

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    No-drama discipline

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    No-drama discipline : the whole-brain way to calm the chaos and nurture your child's developing mind

    Siegel, Daniel J., 1957-

    "The authors of the Los Angeles Times bestselling The Whole-Brain Child team up again to offer parents of children aged 2-13 a practical roadmap to effective, productive, and more peaceful discipline, highlighting the fascinating and important connection between the way a parent reacts to misbehavior and a child's neurological development"-- Provided by publisher.

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    The shy child

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    Smart parenting, smarter kids

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    Smart parenting, smarter kids : the one brain book you need to help your child grow brighter, healthier, and happier

    Walsh, David Allen.

    From birth onward, a child's brain develops in amazing ways. Whether you're pregnant with your first child or trying to figure out why adolescents act the way they do, parenting expert Dr. David Walsh shows you how to make the most of the latest breakthroughs in brain science and psychology in this complete, cradle-to-college guide to parenting.

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    Girls will be girls

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    Loving each one best

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    The emotional problems of normal children

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    Unselfie

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    Unselfie : why empathetic kids succeed in our all-about-me world

    Borba, Michele, author.

    "Bestselling author Michele Borba offers a 9-step program to help parents cultivate empathy in children, from birth to young adulthood--and explains why developing a healthy sense of empathy is a key predictor of which kids will thrive and succeed in the future. In our hyper-connected, social-media-saturated society, many of us (especially young people) are so obsessed with snapping "selfies" and living a virtual life online that we're forgetting how to care for the people right in front of us IRL (that's "in real life"). The resulting Selfie Syndrome is leading to an empathy crisis among today's youth--teens today are forty percent less empathetic than they were just a generation ago, and narcissism has increased fifty-eight percent during that same period. But there is a solution: studies show that the antidote to Selfie Syndrome is empathy. And the good news is that empathy can actually be cultivated in children, starting even before they can talk. In UnSelfie, esteemed educator Dr. Michele Borba presents new and compelling research that explains how to impart this key skill to kids--whether it's teaching toddlers how to comfort one another or giving teens the tools to stand up to bullying--and why empathy paves the way for future happiness and success. Caring about others isn't just about playing nice; it's a skill that's vital for children's mental health, leadership skills, and continued well-being, today and tomorrow. Dr. Borba's 9-step plan for raising successful, happy kids who also are kind, moral, courageous, and resilient provides a revolutionary new framework for learning empathy. Empathetic kids will thrive in the future, but the seeds of success can be planted today--one habit at a time"-- Provided by publisher.

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    Conscious parenting

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    Conscious parenting

    Lozowick, Lee, 1943-

    Contains a guide to parenting, in which parents must make being a parent their top priority, from conception throughout the child's life, and discusses topics including role models, honesty, language, education, and religion.

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    "Always wear clean underwear!"

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    "Always wear clean underwear!" : and other ways parents say "I love you"

    Gellman, Marc.

    Explains the little and big meanings of things parents tell their children, such as "Eat your vegetables," "Look both ways before you cross the street," and "Don't talk with your mouth full."

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    Magical child

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    Magical child

    Pearce, Joseph Chilton

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    Playground politics

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    Playground politics

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    Playground politics

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    The courage to raise good men

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    The courage to raise good men

    Silverstein, Olga.

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    Real boys

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    It's a boy!

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    Child of mine

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    The ADHD parenting handbook

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    The A.D.D. book

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    Your six-year-old

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    Your six-year-old

    Ames, Louise Bates

    Part of the Gesell Institute of Child Development series on children.

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    Spark your child's success in math and science

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    Spark your child's success in math and science : practical advice for parents

    Barber, Jacqueline.

    An overview of what researchers have learned about the role parenting plays in guiding and supporting children through their school years, focusing on how parents can help their children succeed in math and science.

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    What kids need to succeed

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    Raising resilient children

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    The unhappy child

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    The unhappy child : what every parent needs to know

    Condrell, Kenneth N., 1937-

    Presents a comprehensive guide to understanding and treating the source of a child's unhappiness including parents who overwork and over schedule, peer pressure and bullying by other children, multiple family breakups and remarriages, and exposure to media violence.

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    Too much of a good thing

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    40 ways to raise a nonracist child

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    1-2-3 magic

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    1-2-3 magic

    Phelan, Thomas W., 1943-

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    The over-scheduled child

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    The over-scheduled child

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    No

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    No : why kids--of all ages--need to hear it and ways parents can say it

    Walsh, David Allen.

    It's not just a one-word answer, it's a parenting strategy. By saying No when you need to, you help your children develop self-reliance, self-discipline, respect, integrity, the ability to delay gratification, and a host of other crucial character traits they need. Although the importance of using No should be obvious, many parents have a hard time saying it--even when they know they should--when other parents and the culture around them are being permissive. Psychologist and parenting expert Walsh provides you with an arsenal of tactics, explanations, and examples for using No the right way with your kids. With Dr. Walsh's straightforward "parent tool kits," you can assess and improve your relationship with your kids, set and enforce limits that make sense for different ages (from toddlers to teens), and otherwise make No a positive influence on kids' behavior and in your overall family life.--From publisher description.

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    Your ten- to fourteen-year-old

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    Your ten- to fourteen-year-old

    Ames, Louise Bates

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    Your nine-year-old

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    The black parenting book

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    Whole child/whole parent

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    Whole child/whole parent

    Berends, Polly Berrien.

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    The secret of happy children

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    The secret of happy children

    Biddulph, Steve.

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    Raising an emotionally intelligent child

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    Raising an emotionally intelligent child

    Gottman, John.

    Explores the emotional health of children and how parenting affects it, with emphasis on marriage, divorce, coaching and the father's role.

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    Nurture the nature

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    Your defiant teen

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    Teenage boys!

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    How to turn boys into men without a man around the house

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    Speaking of boys

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    Girls will be girls

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    Backtalk

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    The emotional problems of normal children

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