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Most recent Family & Relationships Book Reviews

When Your Teen Is Struggling Mark Gregston

Reviewed Mark M. Owen, Ph.D.

If the world of advice for parents of teenagers is a vast ocean, then Mark Gregston's book, When Your Teen Is Struggling, is an island that rises above.

At two…

Guide to Pirate Parenting Tim Bete

Reviewed by Jamie Driggers

Full title: Cap'n Billy "The Butcher" MacDougall's Guide to Pirate Parenting

"Most parents have been on the wrong side of a mutiny at one time or another," says…

The No-Cry Discipline Solution Elizabeth Pantley

Reviewed by Kornelia Longoria

Even the best mothers in the world have experienced her child's tantrum, public misbehaving or some other seemingly uncontrollable behavior problems. Elizabeth…

Teach Your Child the ABCs of How to Become Rich Lemar McNair

Reviewed by Connie Anderson

Subtitled: A Step-by-Step Approach

(Listen to audio interview on The Reader’s Place on our web site.)

The parental role of meeting your child’s…

ScreamFree Parenting Hal Runkel

Reviewed by Dr. David Frisbie

Subtitled: Raising Your Kids By Keeping Your Cool

Author Hal Runkel has hit upon an imaginative way to teach parenting: by stressing the need for parents to…

Crawling: A Father’s First Year Elisha Cooper

Reviewed by Claire Vath

For years, Elisha Cooper has illustrated and written delightful children’s books. Ironically, his affinity for these works never translated to children.…

The Pocket Parent Coach: Your Two-Week Guide to a Dramatically Improved Life with Your Intense Child Tina Feigal

Reviewed by Steven King, MBA

Maybe your experience becoming a parent was like mine – a festive occasion where you contemplated the joyful experiences that were sure to come. Not too…

One Tough Mother Julie Barnhill

Reviewed by Nicole M. Boals

Being a mother can make you a little bit crazy. Listening to all the advice from friends, family, and the nearly endless self-help books, can take that crazy to…

Have a New Kid by Friday Dr. Leman

Reviewed by Laura V. Hilton

Want a kid without attitude? If you’re tired of defiant attitudes and power struggles with your little ankle-biters or the disrespectful hormone group, read…

Building Better Families Matthew Kelly

Reviewed by Bob Pike CSP, CPAE-Speakers Hall of Fame

Matthew Kelly has taken a complex, difficult subject and made it simple. Not easy, but simple. He engages the reader in a series of…

Wit’s End: Advice and Resources for Saving Your Out-of-Control Teen Sue Scheff

Reviewed by Steven King, MBA

I’m sure all parents can relate–one of the most trying times in life is when your child hits the teenage years. An era where you go from…

The Busy Mom’s Guide to a Happy, Organized Home: Fast Solutions to Hundreds of Everyday Dilemmas Kathy Peel

Reviewed by Jamie Driggers

Today’s moms are busier than ever. Not only do we keep the home fires burning, we do any number of activities outside the home. With jobs, soccer practice,…

Parenting Is Your Highest Calling: And 8 Other Myths That Trap Us in Worry and Guilt Leslie Fields

Reviewed by Jamie Driggers

We’ve all heard them, those catchphrases that are supposed to make us feel better or encourage us on toward excellence. “Parenting is your highest…

When Things Get Crazy with Your Teen: The Why, the How, and What to Do NOW Mike Bradley

Reviewed by Alex McGilvery

(Also available in audiobook)

Have you ever wondered when the aliens abducted your sweet little child and left a monster in their place? If you have, then this…

What's a Mother (in-Law) to Do?: 5 Essential Steps to Building a Loving Relationship with Your Son's New Wife Jane Angelich

Reviewed by Barbara L. Fielder

As a mother-in-law, or a would-be mother-in-law or a former mother-in-law, this no-nonsense practical how-to book has merit. You can select from one of the…


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