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  • Beyond the Mommy Yearsby Carin Rubenstein

    Grand Central Publishing 2008; US$ 9.99

    Thirty million mothers between 40 and 60 years old are about to face childless households for the first time in decades. For some women, it is a lonely and confusing time; but for the vast majority, it's a journey of joy and discovery. Through intensive and wide-ranging original research, author Carin Rubenstein reveals how and why some mothers thrive... more...

  • The Three Big Questions for a Frantic Familyby Patrick M. Lencioni

    Wiley 2008; US$ 24.95

    In this unique and groundbreaking book, business consultant and New York Times best-selling author Patrick Lencioni turns his sights on the most important organization in our lives—the family. As a husband and the father of four young boys, Lencioni realized the discrepancy between the time and energy his clients put into running their organizations... more...

  • A Family's Guide to the Military For Dummiesby Sheryl Garrett; Sue Hoppin

    Wiley 2009; US$ 15.99

    Expert advice on all aspects of military life A Family's Guide to the Military For Dummies is for themillions of military dependents, family members, and friends whoare looking for straightforward guidance to take advantage of thebenefits and overcome the challenges unique to life in themilitary. This comprehensive guide covers such key topics... more...

  • How Does She Do It?by Sheila Ellison

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 12.99

    How many times have your kids said, "You never listen to me!"? Or a fellow parent alarmingly asked, "You let your kid do what?" Now, Sheila Ellison reminds moms what all the hard work is for. With themes ranging from "Laugh Now, Clean Up Later" to "Bathing Suit Blues" and "The Compliment Cure," Sheila's common sense and warmth shine through in this... more...

  • Touching Tomorrowby Mary LoVerde

    Touchstone 2002; US$ 11.00

    What does your mother remember about her first kiss? What's the first thing your father tells himself every morning? By the time we are adults, it is all too easy to look at our parents and grandparents as though their lives have been miles removed from our own, causing a communication and generation gap seemingly impossible to bridge. But the... more...

  • The Myth of Lazinessby Mel Levine

    Simon & Schuster 2003; US$ 15.99

    How many times have you heard a teacher say that your child has tremendous potential "if only he'd just apply himself" or "if only she'd work just a little harder"? How often have you said the same thing to your son or daughter? Or perhaps you have a coworker who can't seem to finish anything; his reports are never in on time, or her projects are always... more...

  • Boomerang Nationby Elina Furman

    Touchstone 2005; US$ 16.95

    You can go home again! Boomerangers are on the rise. Named for the nearly eighteen million 18- to 35-year-old Americans currently living at home, this rapidly growing phenomenom is becoming a way of life for many college graduates and adults looking for a rent- and hassle-free way to get out of debt and plan a course of action for their futures. ... more...

  • Family Wealthby James E. Hughes

    Wiley 2010; US$ 45.00

    The landmark book that changed the way exceptional familiesthink about their heritage, their wealth, and their legacy tofuture generations-- now revised and expanded. Every family, looking at the next generation, hopes to conferadvantages that are more than just material and financial--toinculcate character and leadership, to inspire creativity... more...

  • The Personal Security Handbookby The Silver Lake Editors

    Silver Lake Publishing 2005; US$ 11.95

    Make sure that you?re not part of the next 9/11. This book shows you how to avoid being a victim. Americans worry about terrorist attacks; but few people know what to do practically to secure their possessions and themselves. The duct-tape-and-plastic-sheeting mania of early 2003 shows that most Americans need clear-headed information about how to... more...

  • Listen to Me, Listen to Youby Mandy Kotzman; Anne Kotzman

    Australian Council for Educational Research 2008; US$ 59.95

    This step-by-step guide is a companion to the popular Listen to Me, Listen to You: A practical guide to self-awareness, communication skills and conflict management (Revised edition, Penguin Books, 2007). It is designed for use by anyone working in communication skills and personal development training. Resource material is grouped under major headings:... more...