Family and Relationships

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  • Babyopathy by Angela J Spencer

    Baby care the natural way! This baby book isn’t a new fad, it isn’t a poorly thought through regime that you and your baby will struggle to follow and it isn’t out to scaremonger. It is a mix of the author’s own experiences that led her to begin her research on sensory development and the […]

  • The Successful Student by Patricia Orlunwo Ikiriko

    The Successful Student – how to develop good study habits. Revealed: simple secret methods successful students are using to attain good grades right now- without even stressing themselves. These secrets both encourage and empower students to develop the ability to think freely and rationally; to organise themselves, their time, and their work; and to approach […]

  • The Intelligent Parent’s Guide to Faster Potty Training by Jacqueline Coe

    Empowering Parents to Greater Levels of Achievement and Fulfilment. Free up your time, enjoy your child and be the best parent you are able to be. The author knows how potty training can be a bit of a nightmare for parents, so she has written this book to help parents learn the process of faster […]

  • Goodbye Mr Ex by Marina Pearson

    Goodbye Mr Ex – A woman’s guide to moving on.  Transform your ex relationship struggle into freedom. Ever wondered what keeps most women struggling in the pain and anger of their ex-relationships and why they keep having their buttons pushed? This book identifies what these factors are and will give you a pro-active approach to […]

  • Dana’s Walk by Sera Johnston

    A mother’s experience of bringing up a child with a disability. A book offering support to mothers who find themselves in a similar situation. Sera Johnston lives in Surrey with husband Glen, and their children Dana aged 14, Oliver aged 6 and their cat Marcel. This is Sera’s first book and has been a project […]

  • Grandma’s Magic Mirror by Deb Battersby

    When Grandma arrived, who knew what magic would unfold? In her case was a very special mirror. This mirror spoke to the children and told them exactly what they needed to hear: a message of love and confidence which builds self-esteem and empowerment. Through this touching and powerful story, children learn that they can do […]

  • How to Keep Your Child out of Special Education by Ann Greenberg

    Is your child struggling academically? Do you want to help him or her succeed in regular, not special, education? Are you confused about where to start and what to do? If you answered ‘yes’ to these questions, then “How To Keep Your Child Out Of Special Education” is for you. Dr. Greenberg is an experienced […]

  • Feelings Can Be Friends by Gail Maisel

    For children, feelings may be hard to identify, and can sometimes seem confusing or be misunderstood. The ability to recognize and understand our own feelings, as well as the feelings of others, is necessary for social development. This ability builds the foundation for empathy, problem solving, and self control. Through simple language and appealing illustrations […]


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