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- Ventura Press 2014; US$ 19.99
Talk With Your Kids: Big Ideas is the second in the Talk With Your Kids series by Michael Parker. Once again Michael stirs up all of those tricky questions that parents often avoid such as ?what is infinity?? ?What is democracy?? Or even ?can I own a gun?? Big Ideas has over 75 conversations for parents to have with their children to try and tackle... more...
- Ventura Press 2013; US$ 24.99
As children grow in this world, we need to provide them with tools and methods to ensure that they are the best human beings that they can be. Talk Less, Listen More provides parents with strategies and ideas on how to ensure children take responsibility for their actions and are able to determine what is appropriate behaviour Michael Hawton provides... more...
- Ventura Press 2014; US$ 24.99
Beyond the Baby Blues is a comprehensive Australian resource guide to perinatal depression and anxiety (PND). Readers will receive solid scientific advice combined with the experiences of individuals and families affected and the professionals who treat them. The book includes the scientific explanation for PND an exploration of perinatal screening... more...
- Potter/TenSpeed/Harmony 2016; US$ 26.00
Tyler and I inch toward the Green Room, in line with blow-dried TV anchors and stuffy columnists. He?s practicing his handshake and hello: ?It?s a pleasure to meet you, Mr. President. It?s a pleasure to meet you, Mr. President. It?s a pleasure to meet you, Mr. President.? When the couple in front of us steps forward for their picture, my teenager... more...
- Osprey Publishing Ltd 2012; US$ 8.99
This is a book we all should read. A remarkable human story, a remarkable piece of writing.' - Jon Snow , journalist and broadcaster 'Compelling, moving, honest' - Dr Michael Fitzpatrick , author of Defeating Autism: A Damaging Delusion 'I loved this book. Vivid and lively writing draws a picture of the ups and downs of family life with a child... more...
- Hyperink 2011; US$ 2.99
An Experienced Mother Shares Her Advice For Raising An Autistic Child Raising a child with special needs is never easy. It wasn't easy for me, either. My son Ross is profoundly autistic, and has been so since he was a baby boy. I've been through the process of raising an autistic child from infancy to adulthood. It's a heart-wrenching experience... more...
- HarperCollins 2016; US$ 17.99
From two-time National Book Award nominee Melissa Fay Greene comes a profound and surprising account of dogs on the front lines of rescuing both children and adults from the trenches of grief, emotional, physical, and cognitive disability, and post-traumatic stress disorder. The Underdogs tells the story of Karen Shirk, felled at age twenty-four... more...
- HarperCollins Publishers 2014; US$ 19.89
For the first time, Casey Watson?s The Girl Without a Voice, Torey Hayden?s Beautiful Child and Mary MacCracken?s Lovey are combined in an exclusive e-book bundle. Discover the moving stories of three inspirational teachers as they try to pull their students out of the darkness. more...
- Jessica Kingsley Publishers 2015; US$ 16.95
Why Johnny Doesn't Flap gives readers a unique perspective on neurological difference. Observe the quirks of the non-autistic Johnny through the eyes of someone with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Turning the tables on common perceptions of 'normal' social behaviour, our narrator lets us know that Johnny is 'different', but that's ok. more...