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    5*Finding a Family

    5* Tools to create a positive home environment

    An excellent resource for parents to guide them through the educational jungle

    5* Heart Wrenching and Honest!

    A wonderful book with lots of activities to do outdoors with your kids

    The new book from the author of one the blogosphere's most popular parenting sites.

    What is wrong with Will? Will is a typical six-year-old boy: he loves to tell "knock-knock jokes", collect bugs, and play with other kids. On most school days, Will goes to Nana Winnie's until his mom returns from work. Will enjoys having his Nana as a babysitter. Recently, Nana's cousin Perry has come to visit and suddenly Will no longer wants to go there. He starts having nightmares, acting out in school and wetting his bed. Will's parents are worried. What is wrong with Will? "Will the Courageous," by author Amy Barth, deals with important issues regarding sexual abuse that may arise in a young person's life.

    "Fighting CPS" chronicles thirteen months of agony and frustration suffered by the innocent Bonilla and Frontiera families as a result of Children's Protective Services removal of young James Bonilla from his parents. Most people are not prepared to navigate the maze of sometimes senseless procedures of a government agency that has too much power. The Frontiera and Bonilla story, and reports of several other cases across the country should be a wake-up call to a public unaware of how the state agencies charged with protecting the nation's children are failing. Author Deborah K. Frontiera issues a call to action to the pulic to change all levels of government to make necessary changes in these agencies.

    "REPAIR for Toddlers" by author Marjorie McKinnon utilizes the acroynm R.E.P.A.I.R. R.E.P.A.I.R is Recognition, Entry, Process, Awareness, Insight, and Rhythm. Enter a six-Stage program with your 2- to 6-year-old child to cross the "Bridge of Recovery" and make available a whole new world of hope: * Uncover and acknowledge feelings by discovering emotion. * Build self-esteem and optimism with the "Magic Mirror." * Discern healthy and unhealthy messages. * Learn special games to rebuild courage and optimism. * Reveal inner states with picture drawing.

    Here is a concrete, sequential method for teaching students of all ages how to multiply and divide in just 5 minutes. Math concepts can seem very abstract, but in just a short time, not only will this hands-on, multisensory method help students achieve a better understanding of mathematics, it will boost confidence and self esteem as well. "Multiply and Divide with Sticks and Steps®" by author Maureen Stearns is easy to learn, easy to teach, and so logical, it’s easy to remember. A valuable resource for all parents and educators to carry with them in their bag of tricks.

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