The Biting Solution
Got a biter? Lisa Poelle has help for you! In production now and available this fall, The Biting Solution: The Expert’s No-Biting Guide for Parents, Caregivers, and Early Childhood Educators is a comprehensive look at why children bite other kids and adults, and how to squelch this problem—for good. More . . .
Is This a Phase?
New parents are often so anxious; they need to know what’s normal and when they should worry. This concise reference by pediatric nurse and parent educator Helen F. Neville, B.S., R.N. provides reassuring information on each phase of development. Full of easy-to-read charts. More . . .
Mommy! I Have to Go Potty! (2nd ed.)
This bestseller describes different toilet-training methods and how to make the process successful and trouble-free for parents and child. More . . .
The Sleep Book for Tired Parents
Weary of that nightly struggle to get your child to bed? Here are three popular techniques for stopping the cycle of sleep problems. More . . .
Taking “No” for an Answer
This upbeat book offers dozens of family activities that can teach children to solve problems, keep promises, do chores, and follow directions. More . . .
Pick Up Your Socks
Yes, responsibility is a skill you can teach! This classic book helps parents set realistic expectations and teach kids to accept responsibility.
Baby and I Can Play and Fun with Toddlers
Get children off to a good start with their new sister or brother. Specific activities older siblings can do with babies and toddlers. Includes developmental information young children can understand. Realistic, warm illustrations. More . . .
Developmental Issues (continued)
Am I Doing Too Much for My Child?
How do we know when we should do more—or less—for a child? How do we shift responsibilities? Elizabeth Crary provides practical guidance for parents, guardians, teachers and caregivers. Packed with how-to’s, examples, and scenarios we can identify with, this easy-to-read book is ideal whether you’re beginning of the parenting journey or anticipating the empty nest. More . . .
Death, Grief and Loss
25 Things to Do When Grandpa Passes Away, Mom and Dad Get Divorced, or the Dog Dies
Children experience many different losses. This book helps them, parents and teachers understand these losses and the grieving process.
It also explains the importance of expressing grief physically and provides instructions for dozens of ways for working out the anger, confusion and sadness of grief. More . . .
My Grandma Died
A gentle story for the very young, My Grandma Died describes grief and the permanence of death. It explains that it's normal to feel angry, frightened, and sad when grieving.
Carefully researched and reviewed by therapists, this book suggests practical ways for preschool and primary-age children to cope with loss. More . . .
On the Wings of a Butterfly
What can be more difficult than talking to children about death? This story about a young cancer patient who finds comfort in her friendship with a caterpillar was created to encourage discussion about death as a normal part of life. An uplifting way to share fears and concerns about the unknown. More . . .
Why Does that Man Have Such a BIG NOSE?
This book of photographs helps young children understand some of the differences we see in everyday life. It answers questions without making judgments and helps parents and caregivers develop positive attitudes in children toward all kinds of people. More . . .