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  • Not a Fairy Tale

    A Story of Surviving the First Three Years of Being a Stepmom by

    The inspiring and hilarious story of Maddie Laberge’s journey from a carefree, childless life to becoming a stepmom of three. Nothing could have prepared Maddie for what was about to happen to her quiet, simple life once all three of her husband’s ...


  • Rebel Dad

    Triumphing Over Bureaucracy to Adopt Two Orphans Born Worlds Apart by

    As a child, David McKinstry always knew one thing: he wanted to be a father. However, as a single—and secretly gay—man, David's only option was to adopt. Lying about his sexuality on adoption applications, David was consistently met with a ...


  • A Letter to My Father

    What Your Son Wants to Tell You But Doesn't by

    Many books have been written about the father-son relationship. Most of the readers are well-meaning fathers looking for helpful advice on how to build a relationship with their sons and impact them in a real, meaningful way from older wise men, who ...


  • Finding Calm in the Chaos

    A Parenting Journey by

    This book is about a parenting journey. It is a story about being born in chaos, growing up in chaos and then creating a chaos of her own. It is a parenting book that allows you to learn through story. It is about Finding what helps you stay Calm ...


  • Smile Sandwich

    The Third Journey... How Thoughts, Words and Actions Create Wellness by

    Smile Sandwich is a charming tale about a group of friends who learn productive ways to support one another. This book tackles some of the most common social-emotional issues young children face through the characters of Rebecca, Bobby, and Lucky ...


  • The Birds Still Sing

    My Journey of Resilience Through Postpartum Depression by

    The Birds Still Sing: My Journey of Resilience Through Postpartum Depression is an invaluable and inspiring read for anyone who is struggling to re-discover meaning and purpose in life after a devastating experience. Readers will be riveted by the ...


  • Kids These Days

    A Game Plan for (Re)Connecting with those we Teach, Lead & Love by

    The kids are the least of our worries. Seriously. If that sounds blasphemous in a book for concerned parents and educators (and anyone, really, who worries about “kids these days”), then I am so glad you’re here. If you own a kid, work with a kid, ...


  • Loving My Gay Child

    A Mother's Journey to Acceptance by

    Like many parents, Sushma and Vijay Agarwal expected both of their sons to grow up, marry a lovely girl, and raise a family. When their younger son told them in 2004 that he was gay, Sushma was devastated. She wanted to know why this had happened to ...


  • Curious Freckles

    by

    What does innocence, discovery, and motherhood have in common? Freckles and Violet have a special friend on the farm. Who is it? Springtime on the farm is filled with newness. Read “Curious Freckles,” and find out for yourself the fantastically fun ...


  • Your Preschooler

    A Manual for Developing a Child's Love of Reading by

    A HALF-HOUR A DAY Spending just 30 minutes each day introducing and reading books aloud to your child is one of the most valuable gifts you can provide during the pre-kindergarten and early school years. It may even be the single most important time ...