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- Penguin Publishing Group 2006; US$ 14.00
Most new parents think of diapers as a smelly, expensive, and unavoidable necessity. The good news is that it?s possible?even practical?to raise your kids without diapers. In Diaper Free! , Ingrid Bauer shows how you can: * Save thousands of dollars * Reduce landfill waste (single-use disposable diapers are responsible for one third of the non- biodegradable... more...
- Random House Publishing Group 2009; US$ 25.00
Do you sometimes wonder how your teen is ever going to survive on his or her own as an adult? Does your high school junior seem oblivious to the challenges that lie ahead? Does your academically successful nineteen-year-old still expect you to ?just take care of? even the most basic life tasks? Welcome to the stunted world of the Endless Adolescence.... more...
- Grand Central Publishing 2009; US$ 8.99
Two teenagers named Zack and Travis were recently faced with a serious problem. Was it drugs? Alcohol? Violence in the classroom? Not that simple. It was their parents. So these two enterprising teens wrote this book -- and created the single most useful (and most hysterically funny) handbook ever. It's so simple and fun to use, any misguided parent... more...
- Little, Brown and Company 2009; US$ 10.99
Here's a radical concept: Most girls are happy, and so are their mothers. Most girls are not destined for depression, eating disorders, low self-esteem, and raging fights with their parents-that's just a very noisy minority. In My Girl, Karen Stabiner tells the story of one girl's journey into adolescence, and of her own efforts to find a way to guide... more...
- Penguin Publishing Group 2005; US$ 16.00
? Los Angeles Times ?A must-read for all of us who care about young women in our lives? Reviving Ophelia arms us with information we can use in helping our daughters grow to adulthood with their strength intact.? ? Lincoln Star Journal ?Pipher is an eloquent advocate?[she] offers concrete suggestions for ways by which girls can build and maintain... more...
- Potter/TenSpeed/Harmony 2009; US$ 16.95
For the 20 million parents of 10- to 15-year-olds, The Roller-Coaster Years is a lively guide to mastering the ups and downs of early adolescence. Every parent knows about the terrible twos and the brooding teens, but few have anticipated the wild ride of these magical yet maddening years that can provide all the thrills and chills of a carnival... more...
- Potter/TenSpeed/Harmony 2011; US$ 14.00
MOTHERS TALK BACK! In 1999 Ophelia Speaks , Sara Shandler?s collection of writings by and about adolescent girls, became a bestseller. Two years later, Nina Shandler, Ed.D., psychologist by profession and Sara?s mother, invited mothers of adolescent girls from all over the country to talk back, giving them the chance, perhaps for the first time,... more...
- Free Press 2008; US$ 15.00
How do today's parents cope when the dreams we had for our children clash with reality? What can we do for our twenty- and even thirty-somethings who can't seem to grow up? How can we help our depressed, dependent, or addicted adult children, the ones who can't get their lives started, who are just marking time or even doing it? What's the right strategy... more...
- ABC-CLIO 2004; US$ 67.00
Teens in Latin America and the Caribbean generally face a difficult path to adulthood. Poverty and unemployment, violence, political instability, and emigration are frequently the norm in their native countries. Those from poorer families must often work as well as attend school, and opportunities for higher education and good jobs are limited. Wealthier... more...