Free parenting and families Kindle books for 15 Apr 15

Autism Spectrum Disorder: Help Your Child Learn to Connect to the World

by Benjamin Reilly

Receiving a diagnosis of Autism can be devastating to some parents, but others take it positively. It is a relief for them to know what exactly their child is going through and how to help them. A diagnosis of Autism can be very depressing and upsetting for parents, nonetheless it is very important as it can help parents learn about different interventions and treatments to help their autistic child connect with the world.

If your child has been recently diagnosed with Autism, then this eBook is meant for you. The eBook is aimed at helping parents of children with Autism to understand autism and give them a clear picture of what they can do to support their autistic child with different behavior.

Being a parent of an autistic child can be very challenging. Once in a while, you will lose your cool and yell, or say things that later you wish you did not say. That is common, natural, and quite expected. Nonetheless, it is significant for you to understand that you are an important person in your child’s life and they may be more comfortable with you than anyone else in this world. Do not let your child get lost in the diagnosis because only you can help them.



Delivery Room Dad: What Expectant Fathers Should Expect From the Delivery Process

by Darren Carreno

Expectant fathers commonly spend too much time worrying and stressing about the delivery of their child. They often times also spend too much time arming themselves with information about pregnancy and fatherhood, that they altogether forget about how important a new father is in the delivery room.

Most would agree that being a dad begins the day that your child is born. Imagine facing the challenge of being your partner’s main support during labor. Now imagine if you had no idea what to do and no idea what to expect.

This eBook will be especially helpful for any dads to be who have any doubts about not being able to get through the entire labor process. Having at least a general understanding of what is expected from you will help everything run a lot smoother.

If your a dad to be, you have most certainly had dozens of books about pregnancy and childbirth shoved under your nose. Information regarding any aspect of fatherhood is great, but knowing proper delivery room etiquette is extremely important. You do not want to be the idiot in the delivery room getting yelled at.

This eBook will tell you exactly what you need to know about your role in the hospital during childbirth. The several sections will cover everything from pre-delivery through post delivery, delivery room etiquette, and more. Fathers to be will find this eBook to be their most valuable accomplice in the delivery room.



Baby Announcements and Invitations: Shower to Birthday–301 Announcements & Invitation Wordings for the First Year

by Angela Johnson

From baby showers to first birthday parties, this book has over 301 ideas and etiquette rules for how to word your baby announcements, showers, parties and gatherings. Whether you print your own, send electronic invitations or use a traditional flat printer or engraver, this book will guide you through the rules of etiquette and formatting, from classic “ladies only” showers to co-ed gender reveal parties, know what to say and when to gracefully add registry information.

Need to know how to word birth announcements for triplets? See chapter three (No pun intended!) or combine with the traditional and creative announcement wordings and verses from chapters one and two. Are your first born or parents begging to be included? See chapter four and five for announcements issued by siblings and grandparents. We also have oodles of adoption announcement wordings and special adoption shower invitations, too.

Part II includes Baby shower wordings, including co-ed and couples shower ideas, cute “Meet the Baby” invitations and wordings and verses for baptisms and christenings. This is a great reference book for new parents, grandparents, party planners and stationers alike.

Happy planning!



50+ Questions to Ask Your Teenager: Create Better Communication

by Krista “KK” Mounsey

Book Description

Do you have a teen that you wish would communicate with you?

Are you at a loss for things to talk about with your teen?

Do you often have difficulty getting more than “yes” or “no” answers out of your teen?

If you answered yes to any of these questions then this book is for you…

50+ Questions to Ask Your Teenager by Krista “KK” Mounsey offers an approach to starting and carrying on conversations with your teenager.

Most books on having conversations with your teen don’t help you to get your teen to open up. Instead, they offer simple “yes/no” questions that don’t allow you to know more about your teen. The truth is, teens tend to be a little more closed off- especially if they are in a situation that they’re afraid you may be upset with them over. Teens are caught in that awkward stage- they’re not kids anymore, but they’re not adults either. They want the freedom to do what they want and go where they want, but they don’t always have the maturity.

In these pages you’ll discover over 50 questions to ask your teen so that you can find out more about his/her life away from you. These questions will help you to get your teenager talking- and in some cases, will get him/her to think deeply.

So grab YOUR copy today. You’ll be glad you did.



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