Positive Parenting: Parenthood:: Build Confidence and Discipline for the Little One you Love and Care About (Raising Babies and Children through Proven Parenting Styles, Tips, Love, and Logic Book 1) by Sara Deedley

Become The Parent That Your Child Loves and Want To Be Around, Learn How To Deal With Problems or Prevent Them Before It Even Arises

Think About Your Child’s Future…
–  How would you guide and help your child if they made poor life choices that led to
negative relationships & disloyalty in friendships?
–  How would you help them recognize bad decisions so they could prevent the same choices in the future?
–  What would you do if your child disliked themselves and their life?
–  How would you cope with volatile outbursts from your child?
–  What would you do if your child suffered from anxiety and low self 
esteem that caused them to miss out on opportunities they should be 
–  Would you like to know how to prevent these things or solve them if they are happening to you right now?
–  Would you like a life where screaming arguments were replaced with calm control?
–  Would you like to go to bed without fear of how your child will behave the next day?
–  Would you like conversation instead of grunts and disrespect?
–  Do you feel as though you have done all you can and there is 
nowhere left to turn?
This book can provide you with the tools to change all of that and give you a positive outlook on raising your child. 
Here are some concepts that you will accomplish by the end of this book…
–  How to promote confidence and self respect in your child
–  How to deal with bad behavior without shouting
–  Why your teenager disrespects you and how to change it
–  How to raise your child to be a happy and productive adult
–  Why imagination is so important
–  How to take control of your parenting and much more…

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Author: Sara Deedley

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Really Short Shorts: Book 2: Bathroom Edition by Larry Webb

Really Short Shorts is a compilation of one fifty page novelette and twenty-four short stories ranging from four to seventeen pages. The stories cover a wide variety of topics. Most of them deal with people, dysfunctional and normal, ranging from young to old. All are pure fantasy flowing from my imagination. The key for me is, if you can read the first story about a set of twins and their weird family, and not end up scratching your head with questions, I screwed up. As always, I entertained myself writing the short stories; hopefully you will be by reading them.The subtitle, “Bathroom Edition,” comes from two sources. A close friend of mine kept Really Short Shorts: Book 1 in his bathroom for a long time, which I found amusing. Telling this story to one of my writing groups, a lady became very serious. She indicated the hardest thing to do when her mother passed was to dispose of the two short story books she’d had stashed in the bathroom for over forty years.

Author: Larry Webb

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How to Find the Best Cheap Videogames, CD’s, DVD’s, and Audiobooks by Dan Plouff

This book teaches you about the many places where you can find very cheap good videogames, music CD’s, movies, audiobooks, and rare artifacts that you can sell for a very large profit. This book also teaches you about how to find better videogames, more valuable videogames, and places where you can get free videogames instead of paying $60 for a new game. This book also teaches you many ways to become a millionaire, and things you can do that can help you easily make tens of thousands of dollars a year while getting to quit your job tomorrow! This is a short book that gives you lots of info very quickly.

Author: Dan Plouff

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In No Particular Order by Kevin Brennan

It’s true that life is linear, but the living of it is all over the map. In this memoir-in-vignettes, novelist Kevin Brennan (Parts Unknown, Yesterday Road) examines his life the way memories occur in the wild: in no particular order. Whether it’s recalling high school humiliations, ups and downs in love and romance, or unique interactions with the human race at home and abroad, Brennan both entertains and moves the reader with moments of unexpected poignancy and full-tilt humor. In No Particular Order is a deconstructed memoir, like no other because it looks at life as it really is — a kaleidoscope of individual moments.

Author: Kevin Brennan

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Breastfeeding or Formula?: A Real Simple Guide to Feeding Your Newborn Baby (Real Simple Motherhood) by Sarah Marquez

New parents have lots of decisions to make. One of the most essential is how to feed their newborn! Real Simple Mama breaks down all feeding options for your baby: breastfeeding, pumping, and formula. In this well-researched book, learn about everything from troubleshooting to gear to medical references. No judgment here, just education and support to help all parents find the best options for their family. Easy to read and highly anticipated, this is the first in the Real Simple Motherhood: The Fourth Trimester series.

Author: Sarah Marquez

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Turning Points (Friendly Universe) by Ardys Reverman

There are visual learners, auditory learners, tactile learners, analytical and plain old reluctant learners. Sprinkled in are students with attention deficit disorder and hyperactivity. Most of the research for neurology, psychology and education is suggesting that teachers (at all grade levels) implement more differentiated instruction. All children learn differently, yet we tend to treat them as if they were all the same. Turning Points is one of four books from The Friendly Universe Collection . Turning Points will take you on a journey of self discovery. Turning Points will help discover a NEW whole mind that will shape our children s world, guide your child to discover their promise, identify triggers that cause relationships conflicts, understand your child s specific learning style, strengthen your bond with your child, and have win-win connections unique to your family.

Author: Ardys Reverman

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Coaching Young Couch Potatoes: A Game Plan for Raising Responsible Young Adults by Michael Clapier

How do you raise healthy and responsible children in our irresponsible world? With 43 million children playing youth sports, there exists a powerful opportunity for coaches to provide instruction rather than day care. When working with kids in youth sports, Coaching young Couch Potatoes will help you Instill basic habits of physical fitness Encourage them to believe in themselves and their abilities Teach them to work through their challenges on and off the field Cultivate discipline in all aspects of their lives as they play as a team Named the 2015 National Wrestling Coaches Association Scholastic Regional Assistant Coach of the Year, Clapier offers practical advice to inexperienced coaches and parents. Use these pointers to help your children succeed in sports and life.

Author: Michael Clapier

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Flip Flap Sign Mealtime: Baby Signs for Eating by Veronica Wagenet

You will not have difficulty understanding you baby’s wants or needs once you read this book. Your baby will learn how to communicate effectively with you. This fun and cute book will help you communicate with your baby and both of you will enjoy reading it together.Before babies are able to talk, they have a a lot to communicate. With this adorable e-book of essential mealtime signs, babies and toddlers as young as 6 months old can easily learn how to communicate their needs, wants, feelings, and even make basic observations with a simple gestures. Studies show that babies who use sign language feel less frustrated, throw fewer tantrums, and often learn to talk more easily. Just point to a sign in the book, say the word while making the sign, and the baby will soon be signing. Communicating a hungry belly, asking for milk, or saying “all done” becomes as easy as waving hello or pointing to an object. These are just a few of the eleven signs inside this adorably illustrated e-book, perfect for little minds to understand and easy to take with you when you are on the go. So start learning and teaching your baby signing today with Flip Flap Sign Mealtime!

Author: Veronica Wagenet

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Parenting Made Easy – Safety: Easy Steps to Protect your Child by Martin Mosley

You have to be ever vigilant when it comes to the safety and security of your children. Dangers are everywhere, and sometimes from places you would not suspect. This book covers straightforward and honest advice to help you safeguard your children from potential danger.
The lessons throughout are the summation of the best practices I have found from research, documentaries, other parent’s opinions and my own personal experience. Parents are all aware there are dangers, but never think it can happen to their children. We must educate our children now of potential threats and minimize any possible risk, before something regrettable happens.
Risks come from obvious places, but more frequently from not so apparent areas. I am confident that just by reading this book; you will gain insight and learn easy steps you can take now, to help safeguard your children.
Our children and their safety are the single most important thing in our lives. The examples and suggestions in the this book are easy to discuss and implement, and will help give you peace of mind knowing your children are prepared.

Author: Martin Mosley

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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101 Tips for Parenting Teenagers Or “Who Messed Up My Kid?” by Kurt Zimmerman


To the parent of a teenager, there are no sweeter words than these. Help is here!

This book is the one I wish I had read 29 years ago, when my first child turned 13. Since then, I have parented twelve children careening through their teen years, the twilight zone period between thirteen and eighteen years of age.

Whether you think of this time period as ‘The Never Ending Story’, ‘Mission Impossible’, or ‘Walking Through the Valley of the Shadow of Debt’, it is not only possible for you to survive your child’s teenage years, but to build a solid adult relationship with them.

This book contains 101 ideas that can help you navigate the teenage minefield!

As parents, we think we always need to have the right answer, and have everything figured out.

Then life happens.

There is no way to plan a perfect response to the unexpected. It is essential to be hard on some things and soft on others. Confident, yet understanding. Accessible, yet discreetly invisible. You need to be as firm as a drill sergeant and as flexible as a yoga instructor. You need to use all of the experience you’ve gathered over the years, but never forget what it was like to be a teenager.

Parenting teenagers is not for the faint of heart and nobody gets it right all the time.

The good news is this: You are already an exceptional parent! In fact, I would guess that you are in the upper percentile of good parents! I say that confidently because you are taking positive measures to improve your parenting skills by shopping for books such as this. This book is by no means the tell all or end all of parenting books, but rather, a collection of useful tips from my nearly thirty years of parenting teenagers.

I would also guess that you are already doing a lot of things right! We all make mistakes, and mine have been mercifully left out of this book, saved for another larger volume to be written later.

Or not.

101 Tips For Parenting Teenagers Or “Who Messed Up My Kid?” will help you avoid some of the mistakes I made while you make YOUR journey through the teenage years. Whether you are a parent, a teenager, or an innocent bystander, it is my hope that you will find the following pages enlightening and (I hope) a little bit entertaining.

Author: Kurt Zimmerman

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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