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Famous Family Nights by Anne Bradshaw (Cedar Fort, Inc.) 4.0 Stars (7 Reviews)    Price verified one hour ago

Touching, inspiring, and often hilarious, the personal experiences in Famous Family Nights highlight family home evening as a priceless tool for building strong, faith-centered families, despite the many obstacles of modern life. Contributors sharing their stories are LDS entertainers, writers, radio and TV personalities, as well as LDS leaders in sports, business, and the community.

Genre: Parenting & Relationships [x]
Length: 177 Pages (4,735 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Aug 9th, 2020

To Date or Not to Date: Helping Parents Understand the Potential Pitfalls of Teen Dating (Parenting Pre-Teens and Teens Book 4) by Mark David Richardson Price verified 2 hours ago

A MUST READ FOR ALL PARENTS OF PRE-TEENS AND TEENS! Someone once defined a teenager as a person who watches his weight by giving up candy bars before breakfast. Anyone who can hear a song by Bruno Mars played three blocks away but not his mother calling from the next room. A whiz who can operate the latest computer without a lesson but can't make a bed. A seeming expert on everything, yet never seems to study. A connoisseur of two kinds of fine music: Loud and Very Loud. And a romantic who never falls in love more than once a week. Pre-teens and teens are that and so much more. They are our children, created by God and loved by us. They have passions, plans, personalities, and God-given gifts and abilities. Raising them is both a challenge and a blessing, and helping them to navigate the pitfalls of adolescence is a parent's most pressing task. How do we help our pre-teens and teens handle peer pressure, the culture's sway, the desire to date, and all that seeks to influence their hearts and minds? Answering that question is the focus of Mark David's Richardson's parenting series. In this fourth book in the series, Mark tackles the touchy subject of teen dating. In this important installment, parents will: ~Understand more about teen dating ~Discover the potential pitfalls that can have life long consequences ~Gain knowledge and insight into how to best discuss dating with thier teens ~Be given practical tools to ensure the safest dating experience when the time is right

Genre: Parenting & Relationships [x]
Length: 31 Pages (168 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Aug 9th, 2020

Refuge on Leebrick (The Hills of Burlington Book 4) by Jacie Middlemann 3.5 Stars (6 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

Refuge on Leebrick is the fourth book in The Hills of Burlington series. It is a story of family, both the one we were born with and those we meet along the way. Tom Holland arrived in Burlington after making a couple of life-changing decisions. One of them he would never regret... the other he was still wrestling with. He'd been considering that he needed a change in his life... his career but hadn't been able to push himself into action. After the last couple of weeks he realized it was no longer a consideration, it was a necessity. When he chose Burlington as his destination it wasn't with a dart tossed at a map. In large part it was because the city was the new home of an old friend... his college roommate. A man who wasn't just a good friend but a trusted one as well. Yet it was something more than friendship, more than needing a new job... there was something more that drew him to Burlington. When he showed up at his old friend's office things began to happen faster than he could have ever anticipated. By the time he'd walked out of Jake Kyle's office he had a job, an invite for a hot home-cooked meal that night, and within days he had a place to stay... a house rich in Jake's family history. A place his family called the Summer Street house. It wasn't long before Tom was drawn into the growing circle of Jake's family and friends who had also come to Burlington in search of something different than what they'd left behind. He became part of the seemingly regular gatherings at his cousin Mary's kitchen table where the coffee pot was always full and the conversation rarely stopped. It was there he learned the answer to one of the many secrets of the Summer Street house. One that answered many of his own. Yet despite what it was that had drawn him to Burlington and the many questions still to be answered, and that while the house on Summer Street may still hold many secrets... he knew it ultimately came back to one thing. Family. Refuge on Leebrick is a ...

Genre: Parenting & Relationships [x]
Length: 256 Pages (1,753 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Aug 9th, 2020

How Do I Do This?: The Real and Raw Truth About Raising a Child with Special Needs - Interviews With Parents by Meredith Swift 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 10 minutes ago

Are You a Parent of a Child With Special Needs? Are You Feeling Overwhelmed By What This Means and What the Future Might Hold? Are You Needing Encouragement and Hope For the Journey Ahead? Then this book is for you! My daughter Sarah is 25. She is non-verbal autistic. When Sarah was first diagnosed, I felt devastated. The fear of the unknown as to what lay ahead was overwhelming. I was forced to travel a road I had never imagined I would be on, and which was often so hard that I could barely breathe. Yet on that road I met countless wonderful people who helped and supported me and Sarah, many of whom I have interviewed for this book. I would dearly loved to have read this book at the beginning of my journey as a mother of a child with special needs. It is a collection of interviews with parents of children with autism, sensory processing disorder, Prader-Willi Syndrome, Down Syndrome, epilepsy, Fragile X, cerebral palsy and Asperger's Syndrome. Finding people who have travelled further ahead on the same road we are on means that we are not alone. Their experience and the knowledge they have gained can provide a roadmap for us - to shine a light in the darkness of the unknown. This is a book which aims to help those at all stages of the special needs journey. These are true stories from real parents all over the world. These are raw and real stories, woven together with threads of heartbreak and hope, grief and joy, courage and fear, tenacity and persistence and deep, abiding love. Scroll up to order your copy now!

Genre: Parenting & Relationships [x]
Length: 307 Pages (1,425 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Aug 9th, 2020

Mom’s Favorite Reads eMagazine August 2020 by Goylake Publishing (Goylake Publishing) 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 10 minutes ago

The August issue of Mom's Favorite Reads, the eMagazine for the modern mom. In this issue... Short Stories Humour Poetry Photography Recipes Puzzles Movies And so much more!

Genre: Parenting & Relationships [x]
Size: 19,094 KB
Lending: Enabled
Added: Aug 9th, 2020

My Untold Truth by Sharon Punni Khakh 4.9 Stars (20 Reviews)    Price verified 10 minutes ago

A book about a child who witnessed her family life slowly be destroyed.

Genre: Parenting & Relationships [x]
Length: 25 Pages (358 KB)
Lending: Not Enabled
Added: Aug 9th, 2020

What's Up, Little Pup?: A Rhyming Tale about Imagination in the Stay-at-Home Era by Mr. Marmion 5.0 Stars (12 Reviews)    Price verified 3 hours ago

Rachel and Jon are stuck inside and can't find anything to do - can the energy and imagination of one fluffy pup save the day? Small in size but big in heart, Nimbus is determined to help her humans find a silver lining! Now this was a problem, A tough bone to chew, Since all of her humans Were so sad and blue! So how could she manage To cheer them all up? A great big gigantic Concern for a pup! "What's Up, Little Pup?" is a whimsical tale about the power of creativity. Readers will smile, giggle, and cheer as Nimbus searches for joy in unusual places. Packed with rich illustrations and catchy rhymes sure to warm the hearts of readers, this book is an essential pick-me-up for those stuck inside for any number of reasons. Grab a buddy and get ready for some fun! Paperback release in early August! Stay tuned!

Genre: Parenting & Relationships [x]
Length: 29 Pages (13,623 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Aug 9th, 2020

Teens and Social Media: The New Corner Store (single parent, teen drama, teen health, teen dating, parenting skills, teen games, good parent) by Carl Ostling 4.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 8 hours ago

Teach Kids To Make The Right Decisions Online ***Read this book for FREE on Kindle Unlimited - Download Now!*** Today, social networking websites have become an integral part of our society, especially for teenagers. Hundreds of these websites exist to support a variety of interests all over the world. They connect friends and strangers together, as well as incorporate an array of communication tools, such as videos, photos, blogging, and mobile connectivity. Inside You Will Learn... • What is Social Media? • Proven steps and strategies on how to guide teenagers with their use of social media. • The effects of social media on relationships, body image, and decisions • How to handle social media issues, such as cyberbullying. • The benefits of using social media • And the disadvantages of using social media Learn about social media and it's impact on your children. Download "Teens and Social Media: The New Corner Store" today. Scroll to the top and select the "BUY" button for instant download.

Genre: Parenting & Relationships [x]
Length: 33 Pages (865 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Aug 9th, 2020

Couples Game Night In: Book 4: More Fun on the Couch! by Kelly M 2.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 9 hours ago

A fun little book with activities and tasks for you and your girl / guy for a night in. Think of it as a road map of interesting and sometimes silly stuff to do instead of just sitting around watching TV. Lists of questions to answer to get to know each other better. Crazy penalties for losing contests. Trivia questions, games and activities. All you need is a notebook and a desire to have a good time together. We really hope you enjoy it! There are ten total books in this series.

Genre: Parenting & Relationships [x]
Length: 57 Pages (1,407 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Aug 8th, 2020

The Pregnancy Guide: Straight Talk for Expectant Parents from Pregnancy Test to Birth by Lena Arnold 4.5 Stars (8 Reviews)    Price verified 9 hours ago

Are you a prospective father or mother, expecting a new baby? Are you scared because of all the myths you've heard about pregnancy? Are you overwhelmed by the prospect of carrying a baby for nine months? Well, while these apprehensive feelings are normal, especially if you are a first time mom, they are no reason to worry. This book is specially designed to help pregnant women understand how they can prepare themselves for this period that is often marked by mixed feelings. It also explains the reasons why they experience so many changes and what to do, vital steps to be taken when these changes occur. You will also discover real life techniques that will help walk you through the process of pregnancy and prepare you for a safe and less stressful delivery, either at home or in the hospital. This book will be a virtual assistant offering real help throughout your 9 months of pregnancy. With it you can live out these wonderful moments as comfortably and calmly as possible. May you find reassurance and delight as you read this perfect pregnancy guide. Just Scroll Up and Click on "Buy now with 1-Click ®" NOW.

Genre: Parenting & Relationships [x]
Length: 100 Pages (3,282 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Aug 8th, 2020

Crying for My Mother: A Missionary Kid Looks Back by Philip Wik (A Blue Kitten Book) Price verified 17 hours ago

These essays reflect on my years as a missionary kid in Malaysia and in the United States in the 1960s and 70s. My autobiography In Memory Yet Green has the story of my childhood at boarding school and the boarding home. In this book, I go deeper into how my childhood experiences shaped me. Not all of us who trod my path as a missionary kid triumphed. A point Mary Trump's makes in her new book Too Much and Never Enough is that her uncle President Donald Trump has been institutionalized his entire life and never got the appropriate grounding that comes from having at least one available parent and not have sufficient mirroring with a parent figure. The children of missionaries have often had too much entitlement and privilege and not enough normalcy and love. I explore this theme in Crying for My Mother.

Genre: Parenting & Relationships [x]
Length: 69 Pages (6,825 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Aug 8th, 2020
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