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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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    Self-reg

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    Self-reg : how to help your child (and you) break the stress cycle and successfully engage with life

    Shanker, Stuart, author.

    "The first parenting book to bring the science and psychology of children's behavior together to build brain/body awareness for self-regulation and success,"--Amazon.com.

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    The self-driven child

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    Roots of empathy

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    The big disconnect

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    The big disconnect : protecting childhood and family relationships in the digital age

    Steiner-Adair, Catherine.

    Steiner-Adair offers insights and advice that can help parents achieve greater understanding, authority, and confidence as they come up against the tech revolution and how families can combat the disconnection they are experiencing from extreme device dependence.

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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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    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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    Smart but scattered

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    Smart but scattered : the revolutionary "executive skills" approach to helping kids reach their potential

    Dawson, Peg.

    Describes strategies parents and teachers can use to help children develop the "executive skills" needed to be successful at home, school, and with friends, including getting organized, planning and initiating work, staying on task, controlling impulses, regulating emotions, and being adaptable and resilient.

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    How to talk so kids will listen & listen so kids will talk

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    How to talk so kids will listen & listen so kids will talk

    Faber, Adele.

    A guide to building better communication habits with young people.

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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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    Talking to tweens

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    Talking to tweens : getting it right before it gets rocky with your 8- to 12-year-old

    Hartley-Brewer, Elizabeth.

    Offers parents of eight- to twelve-year-olds advice on how they can effectively communicate with their child and lay the foundation for positive interactions throughout the teenage years.

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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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    A good enough parent

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    Parenting beyond pink & blue

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    Parenting beyond pink & blue

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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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    Loving each one best

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    Homemade books to help kids cope

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    Homemade books to help kids cope

    Ziegler, Robert G.

    A work on child psychology that demonstrates how to help children make their own books to cope with life's problems and successes.

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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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    How Oliver Olson changed the world

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    How Oliver Olson changed the world

    Mills, Claudia.

    Afraid he will always be an outsider like ex-planet Pluto, nine-year-old Oliver finally shows his extremely overprotective parents that he is capable of doing great things without their help while his class is studying the solar system.

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    The new parent

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    The new parent

    Stoppard, Miriam.

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    A tale of two mommies

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    A tale of two mommies

    Oelschlager, Vanita.

    While playing at the beach with friends, a young boy describes the different ways in which his two mothers help him.

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    Boy talk

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    Sexploitation

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    305.235
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    The lesbian and gay parenting handbook

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    306.76
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    What about the kids?

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    306.89
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    Twenty things adopted kids wish their adoptive parents knew

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    362.734
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    Twenty things adopted kids wish their adoptive parents knew

    Eldridge, Sherrie.

    Discusses the twenty most common fears adoptive children have and explains how their adoptive parents can recognize and deal with those concerns.

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    When your kid goes to college

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    Letting go

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    The A.D.D. book

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    Raising a family

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    646.7
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    3 steps to a strong family

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    What kids need to succeed

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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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    Raising a daughter

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    Raising a son

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    What to do-- when kids are mean to your 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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    Whole child/whole parent

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    Whole child/whole parent

    Berends, Polly Berrien.

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    Parenting beyond pink & blue

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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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    7 Things your teenager won't tell you

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    7 Things your teenager won't tell you : and how to talk to them anyway

    Lippincott, Jenifer Marshall.

    A parent's guide to communicating with teenage children explains how to break down barriers and overcome pitfalls that hinder parent-teen interaction with practical advice on dealing with difficult topics.

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    Yes, your teen is crazy!

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    Helping your anxious teen

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    Helping your anxious teen : positive parenting strategies to help your teen beat anxiety, stress, and worry

    Josephs, Sheila Achar, author.

    "Written by a psychologist and expert on adolescent anxiety, this book is an essential how-to guide for parents, showing how their own behavior can either help or exacerbate their teen's symptoms, and outlining specific skills parents can use to support their child. Readers will learn that when it comes to anxiety, simple interventions can make a big difference in how teens manage their feelings"-- Provided by publisher.

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    Getting to calm

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    Getting to calm : cool-headed strategies for parenting tweens + teens

    Kastner, Laura Scribner.

    Parenting a teenager is tougher than ever, but new brain research offers new insight into the best way to connect with teens. With humor, wisdom and a deep understanding of the teenaged brain, noted teen expert Dr. Laura Kastner shows parents how to stay calm and cool-headed while dealing with hot-button issues everything from rude attitude and lying to sex and substance use -- with clear, easy-to-follow suggestions for setting limits while maintaining a close and loving relationship. Find out why Dr. T. Berry Brazelton calls Getting to Calm required reading for any parent who struggles with their teen.

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    The complete idiot's guide to parenting a teenager

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    Have a new teenager by Friday

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    Have a new teenager by Friday : from mouthy and moody to respectful and responsible in 5 days

    Leman, Kevin.

    Popular psychologist and bestselling author Dr. Kevin Leman shows parents how to establish boundaries, gain respect, and turn problem behaviors around with their teenager in five days.

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    Surviving your adolescents

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    Surviving your adolescents

    Phelan, Thomas W., 1943-

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    I'd listen to my parents if they'd just shut up

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    I'd listen to my parents if they'd just shut up : what to say and not say when parenting teens

    Wolf, Anthony E.

    Presents practical, dialogue-based advice for parents of teenagers. Anthony Wolf applies his philosophy and humor to a wide variety of everyday situations, showing both the way interactions tend to go (not so well) and why, then offers parents a script and guidance on how to achieve the most satisfying outcomes. Wolf deals with all the things that have dramatically changed in society to affect parenting in the 21st century, especially the role of the Internet and electronic devices of all kinds in kids lives.

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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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    Girls will be girls

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    How to father a successful daughter

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    Parenting adopted adolescents

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    Raising adopted children

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    The difficult child

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    The difficult child

    Turecki, Stanley.

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    Parenting with love and logic

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    Win the whining war & other skirmishes

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    From diapers to dating

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