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Done With the Crying: Help and Healing for Mothers of Estranged Adult Children

Title: Done With the Crying: Help and Healing for Mothers of Estranged Adult Children Available in paperback, Kindle and Audiobook formats Author: Sheri McGregor, M.A. Reviewed for the NABBW by: Anne L. Holmes In writing  Done With The Crying: Help and Healing for Mothers of Estranged Adult Children, Sheri McGregor, M.A., hopes to help parents whose adult children […]

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Family Changes: Explaining Divorce to Children

Title: Family Changes: Explaining Divorce to Children Available in large print paperback format Author: Azmaira H. Maker, Ph.D., Illustrated by Polona Lovsin Reviewed for the NABBW by: Anne L. Holmes When our daughter was five and our son two, my former husband and I had to explain to them that we were divorcing. The term “conscious uncoupling” […]

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Sammy’s Broken Leg (Oh No!) and The Amazing Cast That Fixed it

Title: Sammy’s Broken Leg (Oh No!) and the Amazing Cast That Fixed It Author: Judith Wolf Mandell Reviewed by: Anne Holmes For the NABBW “Sammy’s Broken Leg” is an amazing book! Perfect gift for a grandchild who’s broken a bone – or is about to experience some other sort of potentially scary medical procedure. I recall my […]

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Lessons from Zachary: Turning Disability into Possibility

Title: Lessons from Zachary: Turning Disability into Possibility Available in both paperback and Kindle formats Author: Sandy Scott Reviewed for the NABBW by: Anne Holmes I was so delighted to learn about the existence of this book! For multiple personal reasons: First, we are all living in today’s world, which has sadly become rude enough […]

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Self-Esteem For A Lifetime: Raising A Successful Child From The Inside Out

Author: Dr. Ingrid Schweigerwww.Self-EsteemForALifetime.com Reviewed By: Melinda Cianos You know them when you meet them, children with high self-esteem—they are confident, self-assured and positive. More often times than not, these children will grow into well-adjusted and successful adults. Dr. Ingrid Schweiger draws from over 30 years of experience as a psychologist to clarify the contributing […]

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Campus Calm University

Author: Marcia Pascucciwww.campuscalm.com Reviewed By: Melinda Cianos Maria Pascucci is “a former college perfectionist and stressaholic” who feels there is an overwhelming need for practical ways to relax, enjoy, and make the most of the college experience so that it yields the desired results: pointing to, and providing the tools for, a bright future. You […]

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Tormented Souls

Author: Missie Huber/www.wheatmark.com Reviewed By: Georgia Richardson Author Missie Huber makes it clear from the onset of Tormented Souls that the purpose of writing her story wasn\’t to gain sympathy for the loss of her beloved brother, Jack, whose life was cut short due to a drug overdose; or for the death of her father […]

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Me, Myself, and I

Author: Sandra McLeodwww.kidscandoit.com Reviewed By: Georgia Richardson With 35 plus years as a clinical psychologist working with young people, Sandra McLeod Humphrey wrote Me, Myself, and I for today’s “tweens,” –youth who are between the child they were, and the teen they will soon become—the age where adolescent identities are just beginning to be formed […]

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“Mom, Can I Help Around the House?”

Author: Janet Nusbaumwww.KidsandChores.net Reviewed By: Dotsie Bregel Janet Nausbaum writes a most creative, informative and helpful book for parents and grandparents interested in raising independent and responsible children. For about $34.00, you receive the workbook for adults and a little binder for children which is full of chores that are specifically stated and can be […]

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