Arrival Stories: women share their experiences of becoming mothers
Two pink lines on a pregnancy test. The primal scream of a woman pushing through her thirty-fifth hour of labor. The moment a still-wet newborn is placed in his mother's open arms after an unexpected c-section. The bottomless love reflected in the eyes of a father seeing his daughter for the first time. The moment a baby latches to her mother's breast.
Life From Scratch: family traditions that start with you
By Lachey, Vanessa
Television host, actress, wife of Nick Lachey, and mother of three Vanessa Lachey's LIFE FROM SCRATCH is a season-by-season guide to the recipes, holiday hacks, birthday rituals and date night ideas Vanessa has come up with in her own life, offering readers inspiration for unique family celebrations and proof that you don't have to be the product of a traditional upbringing to create your own traditions"
Dear Highlights: What adults can learn from 75 years of letters and conversations with kids
Author Cully, Christine French
A unique, inside look at American childhood through the conversations between Highlights magazine and its young readers and a call to grown-ups to make time to actively listen to the children in their lives.
How to Talk when Kids Won't Listen: Whining, fighting, meltdowns, defiance, and other challenges of childhood
By Faber, Joanna
An all-new guide from the mega-bestselling How To Talk series applies trusted and effective communication strategies to the toughest challenges of raising children. For forty years, readers have turned to Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish's How To Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk, the book The Boston Globe called, "the parenting Bible," for a respectful and practical approach to communication with children.
The Unlikely Art of Parental Pressure: A positive approach to pushing your child to be their best self
By Thurber, Chris
How parents can guide their kids on a path to success -- while avoiding burnout. It's a tough world out there and, in order to succeed, kids need to learn how to perform under pressure. But how can parents foster that resilience at a time when kids are already more stressed out and anxious than ever before? The Unlikely Art of Parental Pressure addresses one of the biggest dilemmas for today's parents: Parental Pressure.
Bringing Up Race: How to raise a kind child in a prejudiced world
By Asika, Uju
Bringing Up Race is an important book, for all families, whatever their race or ethnicity. It's for everyone who wants to instill a sense of open-minded inclusivity in their kids, and those who want to discuss difference instead of shying away from tough questions. Uju Asika draws on often shocking personal stories of prejudice along with opinions of experts, influencers, and fellow parents to give prescriptive advice in this invaluable guide.
Father Figure: How to be a feminist dad
By Shapiro, Jordan
Presents an exploration of the psychology of fatherhood from an archetypal perspective as well as a cultural history that challenges familiar assumptions about the origins of so-called traditional parenting roles.
Taking charge of Your Pregnancy: The new science for a safe birth and a healthy baby
By Fisher, Susan J
An acclaimed scientist reveals the latest discoveries in prenatal care and the critical takeaways for expecting parents
Give Birth like a Feminist: Your body. Your baby. Your choices
By Hill, Milli
Birth is the feminist issue. It's the feminist issue nobody's talking about. It's time to look again at the balance of power in the birth room. Pregnancy should be one of the most rewarding times of your life - but so often it's filled with anxiety and uncertainty over what you can, or should, expect.
When You Wonder, You're Learning: Mister Rogers' enduring lessons for raising creative, curious, caring kids
By Behr, Gregg
Playful and practical, When You Wonder, You're Learning brings the lessons of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood into the digital age. It focuses on six skills and mindsets that parents and educators can foster in kids--curiosity, creativity, collaboration, communication, perseverance, and empathy--by leading with a Mister Rogers anecdote, then connecting the logic behind what Mister Rogers did on his show to the latest science, followed by tips for parents