Are you struggling to be the parent you want to be? Are you desperate to connect with your children and create a loving, supportive environment? It can be hard to know the best way to raise children and the challenges of parenting can often leave us feeling overwhelmed. But it doesn’t have to be that …
Discover the surprising truth behind why parenting has become so much more difficult and demanding in Jennifer Senior’s “All Joy and No Fun: The Paradox of Modern Parenthood”!
In Becoming Attached, Robert Karen dives deep into the complex and fascinating science of attachment, exploring the ways our earliest relationships shape our lives.
Learn how to better meet the emotional needs of children with special needs and transform challenging behaviors with Mona Delahooke’s Beyond Behaviors.
Unlock the power of your body-mind connection to create a deeper and more meaningful relationship with your child with Mona Delahooke’s Brain-Body Parenting.
Experience the joys and challenges of raising a child in a French family in Pamela Druckerman’s insightful and humorous memoir, “Bringing Up Bébé”.
Engage with the inspiring words of fourteen wise fourteen-year-olds in Michelle Icard’s “Fourteen Talks by Age Fourteen,” and learn the valuable lessons they have to share.
For the Children’s Sake is an inspiring and practical guide for parents looking to build a strong foundation for their children’s spiritual and educational development.
This inspiring book takes a deep dive into the lives of 14 fourteen-year-olds from all walks of life, and reveals the powerful, important, and life-changing conversations they’ve had.
Learn how to give and receive love in a healthy way with “How to Hug a Porcupine” by Julie A. Ross, the perfect guide to navigating the difficult terrain of relationships.
This book provides practical advice on how to raise confident and successful children, based on the experience of renowned educator Esther Wojcicki.
This book is an invaluable tool for parents and caregivers looking to better understand and communicate with their children, helping to foster healthy relationships and a positive home environment.
Explore the world of hunter-gatherer parenting as Michaeleen Doucleff shares her adventures and discoveries on modern-day parenting.
In Like a Mother, Angela Garbes explores the changing meaning of motherhood and the power of a mother’s influence on our lives.
Janet Lansbury’s No Bad Kids provides respectful and effective strategies for communicating with children and enjoying a peaceful, cooperative family life.
No More Mean Girls is a must-read for parents of tweens and teens, providing essential strategies to help foster a culture of kindness, respect, and inclusion.
Learn how to help your child manage their emotions, develop empathy, and learn self-discipline with No-Drama Discipline by Daniel J. Siegel.
NurtureShock is an eye-opening exploration of the science of child-rearing by Po Bronson that will challenge the way you think about parenting.
This book is a must-read for parents of toddlers, providing humorous yet practical advice on how to survive and thrive in the wild world of parenting!
Discover how to successfully raise children in two homes with Christina McGhee’s insightful guide to co-parenting, Parenting Apart.
“Parenting From The Inside Out” by Daniel J. Siegel offers an insight into the unique connection between a parent and child and provides strategies to create a deeper and more meaningful bond.
Learn how to raise emotionally healthy, responsible, and happy children with practical tools and proven strategies from the “Peaceful Parent” expert, Dr. Laura Markham.
Feel heard, understood and valued as you learn to navigate and manage your emotions with Marc Brackett’s “Permission to Feel”!
Discover how to use positive discipline techniques to raise respectful, responsible children who are ready to take on the world with Jane Nelsen’s Positive Discipline!
Discover the secrets behind the complex social dynamics between teenage girls with Queen Bees and Wannabes by Rosalind Wiseman.
Raising Free People is a powerful guide to help parents and caregivers cultivate a relationship with their children based on trust, respect and mutual understanding.
Raising Good Humans is an inspiring guide to helping your children form strong values and develop into healthy, kind, and socially responsible adults.
“Raising Your Spirited Child” by Mary Sheedy Kurcinka offers invaluable advice and strategies for understanding and parenting your strong-willed, highly-sensitive, and persistent child.
Shepherding a Child’s Heart is an essential guide for all parents looking to understand and nurture their child’s heart and spirit.
Siblings Without Rivalry is an essential guide for parents looking to foster cooperation and understanding between their children.
“Simplicity Parenting” by Kim John Payne offers a refreshing and practical approach to helping kids thrive in a complex world.
Learn how to build a foundation of social justice in your home and raise children who are agents of change with Social Justice Parenting by Traci Baxley.
Ready to arm your child against the dangers of alcohol and drug use? Jessica Lahey’s The Addiction Inoculation provides the tools and advice you need to protect your family.
Are you struggling with how to effectively communicate with your loved one? Then The Argument Hangover by Jocelyn & Aaron Freeman is your guide to healthy communication and lasting relationships.
Discover the secrets to creating a healthy, connected relationship with your parents with Philippa Perry’s The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read.
In The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog, Bruce Perry reveals the heartbreaking yet inspiring story of a young boy who overcame extraordinary trauma and abuse to become a successful adult.
This revolutionary book by Shefali Tsabary provides an insightful and inspiring look into conscious parenting and how it can positively transform family dynamics.
Learn how to raise children with confidence, independence, and joy through the “scandinavian secret” of The Danish Way of Parenting.
Alice Miller’s “The Drama of the Gifted Child” explores the psychological effects of parenting on children, and how we can all strive for healthier, more fulfilling relationships.
The Explosive Child is an essential read for parents, teachers, and caregivers, offering strategies and solutions to help children who struggle with behavioral outbursts and difficulty managing emotions.
This book by Gary Chapman teaches parents how to effectively communicate their love to their children and enhance their parenting skills through the five love languages.
Discover what parenting is really about and learn how to cultivate a loving, nurturing relationship with your children through Alison Gopnik’s “The Gardener and the Carpenter”.
This revolutionary guide to calming even the most colicky baby, written by renowned pediatrician Harvey Karp, is guaranteed to help you become the happiest parent on the block!
If you have a highly sensitive child, this book by Elaine Aron will provide you with the guidance and understanding you need to help them thrive.
Discover the fascinating world of child development through the eyes of Harvard psychologist and philosopher Alison Gopnik in her book, The Philosophical Baby.
Discover how to parent with confidence, understanding and compassion with “The Science Of Parenting” by Margot Sunderland – the essential guide to raising happy, well-balanced children.
In The Second Shift, Arlie Hochschild examines the unequal distribution of labor between men and women in the workplace, and the resulting impact on modern families.
Unlock the secrets to creating a happier, healthier family dynamic with Bruce Feiler’s The Secrets of Happy Families.
If you want to give your child the skills and confidence to take charge of their own life, this book is a must-read!
From the brutally honest to the hilariously funny, The Sh!t No One Tells You is an essential guide to navigating the highs and lows of motherhood.
The Sleep Lady’s Good Night, Sleep Tight is an invaluable guide to helping your child develop healthy sleep habits and a peaceful sleep routine.
The Whole-Brain Child by Daniel J. Siegel gives parents the tools to help their children develop healthy minds and navigate life’s challenges with greater resilience.
Experience the joy of outdoor play all year round with Linda Akeson McGurk’s inspiring guide, “There’s No Such Thing as Bad Weather”!
In Thrivers, world-renowned educator Michele Borba offers a blueprint for raising resilient, compassionate, and successful children in today’s turbulent world.
If you are looking for tools to help you manage your child’s emotions and behaviour, Turning Tantrums Into Triumphs by Pamela Li is the perfect guide!
When Partners Become Parents provides invaluable insight into the challenges and joys of parenthood for couples adjusting to their new roles as parents.
From her years of experience as a college dean, Julie Lythcott-Haims guides you through the journey of adulthood and helps you fully realize your potential.