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The gardener and the carpenter : what the new science of child development tells us about the relationship between parents and children —Gopnik, Alison, author.

"Alison Gopnik, a leading developmental psychologist, illuminates the paradoxes of parenthood from a scientific perspective"-- Provided by publisher.

This book can read your mind —Lloyd, Susannah, author.

You have opened a very special book. This book can do something that has never been achieved before. This book can read your mind. I will just need you to think of something, but whatever you do, don't think of anything ...

My mixed emotions : help your kids handle their feelings —Greenwood, Elinor, author.

This thoughtful, engaging book is packed with helpful hints, tips, and techniques for helping children learn to recognize and express their emotions. Feelings can be complicated, and learning to express them is a skill t...

Mindfulness for children : simple activities for parents and children to create greater focus, resilience, and joy —Beach, Sarah Rudell, author.

Helping children to be more mindful is a powerful gift. By being mindful they will learn to recognize and manage their emotions, be more able to calm down when they are upset, become better at focusing on important tasks...

Happy, healthy minds : a children's guide to emotional wellbeing

"Our minds are beautifully complicated and brilliant machines. For much of our lives, these machines run efficiently with minimal maintenance. However, just like our other organs, they do require some proper attention ev...

Free association : where my mind goes during science class —Esham, Barbara, author.

Emily, a very creative thinker, finds it difficult to pay attention in science class. Her teacher, Mrs. Freedman, tries to help Emily with her "daydreaming", only to find that Emily's creative thinking skills are quite a...

Rest, play, grow : making sense of preschoolers (or anyone who acts like one) —MacNamara, Deborah, author.

Using the relational development approach of Gordon Neufeld, the author offers a road map to making sense of the behavior of young children and understanding their developmental growth.

Jo Frost's toddler rules : your 5-step guide to shaping proper behavior —Frost, Jo.

"From the beloved TV disciplinarian and bestselling author of Supernanny comes an amazingly simple five-step program of Toddler Rules to help parents tame tantrums, prevent bad behavior, and create long-term peace and st...

That rule doesn't apply to me! —Cook, Julia, 1964- author.

The rules keep getting in the way of Noodle's fun. There are so many rules -- too many rules! And Noodle struggles because he doesn't think many of them actually apply to HIM. Will Noodle's mother and teacher convince hi...

Building resilience in children and teens : giving kids roots and wings —Ginsburg, Kenneth R., author.

This book offers coping strategies for facing the combined elements of academic performance, high achievement standards, media messages, peer pressure, and family tension.

Wolfpack : how young people will find their voice, unite their pack, and change the world —Wambach, Abby, 1980- author.

"From rising young star to co-captain of the 2015 Women's World Cup Champion team, Abby Wambach's impressive career has shown her what it truly means to be a champion. Whether you're leading from the bench or demanding t...

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