Stanley Greenspan, M.D. and
Nancy Thorndike Greenspan
milestones in the Emotional development of
Your Baby and Child from Birth to Age 4
Penguin 272 pp. 978-0-14-011988-6 $15.00
HOW TO SAY IT TO GIrLS
Communicating with Your Growing daughter
Gruver offers a wellspring of practical advice
for parents on how to broach uncomfortable
subjects with girls of all ages, or how to simply
open the lines of communication.
Prentice Hall Press 384 pp. 978-0-7352-0385-3 $15.95
f IT TAKES A PArEn T
How the Culture of Pushover Parenting
Is Hurting Our Children
—and What to do About It
“Thoughtful, practical, and sure to be contro-versial...one of the most original books on
parenting to be published in years.”—Kirkus.
Perigee 256 pp. 978-0-399-53261-0 $14.95
f THE dISAPPEArInG GIrL
Learning the Language of Teenage depression
A former Harvard University researcher and
lecturer offers lifesaving solutions for parents
of struggling adolescent girls. “This book is
badly needed, and Lisa Machoian is the ideal
person to write it as she has an astute understanding of girls based on years of research
and clinical work.”—Carol Gilligan, NYU professor and author of In a Different Voice.
Plume 272 pp. 978-0-452-28710-5 $15.00
f THE WOndEr OF BOYS
What Parents, mentors and Educators Can
do to Shape Boys into Exceptional men
Tenth Anniversary Edition
In this edition of his parenting classic, Gurian
considers how the culture has changed in the
ten years since The Wonder of Boys was first published, including the impact of the Internet. “A
brave and compassionate book that leads us to a
constructive channeling of male energy without
being caught in politically correct traps.”—
Warren Farrell, Ph.D., author of The Myth of Male
Power and Why Men are the Way They Are.
Tarcher 320 pp. 978-1-58542-528-0 $14.95
Suellen Hamkins, M.D. and Renee Schultz, M.A.
f THE mOTHEr-dAUGHTEr PrOJECT
How mothers and daughters
Can Band Together, Beat the Odds,
and Thrive Through Adolescence
“A realistic road map for sustaining mother-daughter relationships in a culture that seems
determined to undermine them...Hamkins and
Schultz demonstrate how collective energy
and commitment can help mothers and daughters thrive.”—Meredith Michaels, co-author,
The Mommy Myth.
Hudson St. Press 320 pp. 978-1-59463-034-7 $23.95
Carol Maxym, Ph.D.
and Leslie B. York, M.A.
TEEnS In TUrmOIL
A Path to Change for Parents,
Adolescents, and Their Families
“Included is an outstanding section called
‘Resources and Programs’ that lists programs
parents can turn to in dealing with various
teen problems.”—Library Journal.
Penguin 288 pp. 978-0-14-028603-8 $13.00
Winner of delta Kappa Gamma’s Annual Educator
THE GOOd SOn
Shaping the moral development
of Our Boys and Young men
“Lays out a well-organized blueprint for ushering boys into manhood...Outstanding.”
Tarcher 416 pp. 978-1-58542-049-0 $14.95
Richard Heyman, Ed.D.
HOW TO SAY IT TO BOYS
Communicating with Boys to Help
Them Become the Best They Can Be
From bedtime to bullying, from discipline to
drugs, Heyman offers practical advice on how
to broach uncomfortable subjects—or simply
get your point across—to boys.
Prentice Hall Press 432 pp. 978-0-7352-0368-6 $15.95
HOW TO SAY IT TO TEEnS
101 of the most Important Topics in Their Lives
Heyman teaches parents how to talk to their
teens not only as a parent, but as a friend and
advisor, on subjects ranging from money and
careers to contraception and pregnancy.
Prentice Hall Press 456 pp. 978-0-7352-0188-0 $16.95
f rEVOLUTIOn In THE BLEACHErS
How Parents Can Take Back Family Life in
a World Gone Crazy Over Youth Sports
Foreword by Bill Walton
“Overdone, obsessive, and coercive athletics
are a threat to growing children, potentially a
setup for late life catastrophe. This book will
do much to prevent this needless injury of
young minds and bodies.”—Dr. Mel Levine,
author of A Mind at a Time.
Gotham 288 pp. 978-1-592-40284-7 $25.00
A FInE YOUnG mAn
What Parents, mentors, and Educators
Can do to Shape Adolescent Boys
into Exceptional men
“Convincingly illustrates the peculiar pain and
potential loneliness of being a boy in America
Tarcher 320 pp. 978-0-874-77969-1 $13.95
f PSYCHOLOGY TOdAY:
POWEr OF LOVInG dISCIPLInE
Pulls together what every parent wants to
know about today’s most important, most
effective discipline techniques.
Alpha 336 pp. 978-1-59257-423-0 $17.95
Michael Gurian with Terry Trueman
WHAT STOrIES dOES m Y SOn nEEd?
A Guide to Books and movies
That Build Character in Boys
Tarcher 352 pp. 978-1-58542-040-7
Mira Kirshenbaum and Charles Foster
PArEn T-TEEn BrEAKTHrOUGH
The relationship Approach
“The best book I know on how parents can
build a working relationship with their teenagers—and vice versa.”—Roger Fisher.
Plume 304 pp. 978-0-452-26616-2 $15.00
Arlene Istar Lev, C.S. W.
THE COmPLETE LESBIAn And GAY
PArEn TInG GUIdE
See page 22
Joel Haber, Ph.D. with Jenna Glatzer
f BULLYPrOOF YOUr CHILd FOr LIFE
Protect Your Child from Teasing, Taunting,
and Bullying for Good
Offers specific action steps to help any child
build resilience and confidence, develop compassion and trust, and thrive in school, camp,
sports, and beyond.
Perigee 288 pp. 978-0-399-53318-1 $14.95
Rick Hansen, Ph.D., Jan Hansen, L.Ac.
and Ricki Pollycove, M.D.
mOTHEr nUr TUrE
A mother’s Guide to Health in Body,
mind, and Intimate relationships
The authors offer hundreds of practical ways a
mother can stay energetic and healthy, and be
at her best for her family during the crucial
first three to five years of her child’s life.
Penguin 384 pp. 978-0-14-200062-5 $16.00
Dr. Frank Lawlis
f THE IQ AnSWEr
maximizing Your Child’s Potential
Lawlis offers easy-to-follow strategies for overcoming thinking patterns that hamper success.
The result of years of clinical research, his program is a mind, body, and soul approach that
includes breathing exercises and nutritional
Viking 288 pp. 978-0-670-03784-1 $24.95
Plume 288 pp. 978-0-452-28868-3 $15.00
Paperback available September 2007
Wendy Mogel, Ph.D.
THE BLESSInGS OF A SKInnEd KnEE
Using Jewish Teachings
to raise Self-reliant Children
Clinical psychologist and Jewish educator
Mogel distills the ancient teachings of the
Torah, the Talmud, important Jewish thiners,
and contemporary psychological insights into
nine blessings that address key parenting
Penguin 304 pp. 978-0-14-219600-7 $14.00
THE SECrET LIVES OF TOddLErS
A Parent’s Guide to the Wonderful, Terrible,
Fascinating Behavior of Children Ages 1 to 3
Through the advice of various experts, this
guide to toddler behavior shows parents how
to get through their kids’ toddlerhood with
affection, humor, and authority.
Perigee 240 pp. 978-0-399-53023-4 $14.95
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