Free parenting and families Kindle books for 15 Jun 18

Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD): The Essential Guide for Parents

by Keri Williams

Adopting or fostering a child with reactive attachment disorder (RAD) is beyond challenging. These kids often have violent outbursts, steal, engage in outlandish lying, play with feces, and hoard food. They are broken children who too often break even the most loving of caregivers. Many parents of these children feel utterly isolated as family, friends, and professionals minimize their struggles.

Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) – The Essential Guide for Parents is written by a parent who is in the trenches with you. Keri has lived the journey of raising a son with RAD and has navigated the mental health system for over a decade. This is the resource you’ve been waiting for – you won’t find platitudes or false hopes. What you will find is essential information, practical suggestions, and resource recommendations to provide a way forward.

If you desperately need help navigating the difficult RAD journey with your child, this book is for you.



Smart but Scattered:Taking charge of ADHD, The ADHD Guide for Teens and Adults: The Complete Guide to helping Teens and Adults live happy, fulfilling and well adjusted lives

by Emily Hudgens

Learn how to develop your brain’s executive skills and utilize your own cognitive functions. Take control of ADHD and live a fulfilling and well-adjusted adult life

Keeping up with day-to-day activities can be a real hassle and even more so when you suffer from ADHD. As a growing Teenager or Adult, you are constantly faced with pressure from daily activities, schedules and hectic demands from work and life in general. Not only is this overwhelming, it is also tasking as it takes a toll on the body in the long run.
This book gives you proven techniques that will help you understand your condition and equip you with powerful strategies that will help you achieve better self-organisation, time management, coordination and guidance with emotional control. By utilising hands-on strategies through compassion training, behavioural interventions and understanding other coexisting conditions, you will develop self-taught techniques that will help you understand your strength and succeed in this fast paced world.
In this book, you will learn;
-How to understand signs, symptoms and getting an accurate diagnosis
-Co-existing conditions when living with ADHD
-How to thrive with ADHD as a teenager among peers
-Making sense of your strengths and thriving with ADHD as an Adult in a high pressure environment
-Strengthening your social skills
-Effective medications, therapies and behavioural interventions that help you succeed in a fast paced world.
If you are living with ADHD, then the information packed in this book is designed to help you develop your skills and strengths using effective self-taught strategies so that you can live the happy and well-adjusted life you have always wanted.

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Biblical, Grace-Based Parenting Principles: A Short E-Book On 6 Supra-Cultural Biblical Parenting Principles

by Nate Holdridge

The Bible isn’t a parenting manual. Some direct statements about parenting exist, but there is no book of First Parentonians.

In other words, while the Bible has much to say to parents, much of it is indirect. The Bible chronicles God’s redemptive plan for mankind. It isn’t cluttered with culturally temporary admonitions to parents.

When Paul wrote to the Corinthian church, for instance, he included directions about headcoverings. The women should consider wearing them, Paul suggested. Every Bible reader since then has perceived the difficulty of the passage. We get it. A specific cultural setting existed in Corinth during Paul’s time. This culture somehow required a best practice of headcoverings for women in the church.

The reader is left to find the timeless principle God expects us to hold. We don’t mindlessly apply headcovering observance to women today. Nor do we flippantly dismiss the passage as a cultural aberration. No, the interpreter must do the work of finding the divine, timeless principle God expects us to hold.

Had one of the Bible books been all about parenting, I’m convinced we’d have a massive “headcoverings” situation on our hands. We’d be left with a daunting interpretive task. With extreme difficulty, we’d extract the timeless principles from these fictitious parenting passages.

What the Bible is full of, however, are principles that apply to all cultures.

My hope here is to provide you with a few of these timeless, supra-cultural truths. Then, we need to do the work of applying these truths to our parenting.



The Tantrum Monster: (Childrens books about Anger, Picture Books, Preschool Books, Ages 3 5, Baby Books, Kids Books, Kindergarten Books)

by Michael Gordon

Why is Monster in Such a Bad Mood? Despite our best efforts, reality doesn’t always meet our expectations. There is no need to be upset or mad.

Here’s what readers are already saying about this amazing picture book:

“A must for any quick-to-tantrum kids” — Kim

“‘This is a good starting point to chat with a very young child about emotions” — Jacob

“This is the best book for the ever-shifting moods of preschool kids. ” — Sam

This is a story about a Monster who can teach the kids about their moods and how to keep a check on them. The main character wants to do things that his family won’t allow. He decides he will live alone, packs all his stuff and some food, but then decides to stay because we will be missing his brother, playing with dad, and mom’s reading stories each night before bed. The moral of this story is no matter how bad times are; they can always get better.

Warning: Cuteness Overload!
This childrens book contains illustrations of a cute monster. Lots of them. Enjoy these little sweeties, perfect alongside beautiful rhymes.

You and your kids will love this kids book…grab it now while it’s still available at this discounted price.



My Boss Wears Diapers — Tales From A Frazzled Dad

by Keith Shannon

When his second child was born, attorney Keith Shannon became a stay-at-home dad, making the leap from the rat race to the rug-rat race. As he made the journey from conference room to changing table, he chronicled his adventures in newspaper columns which are reprinted here, along with “snapshots” of some of his more memorable parenting moments.

Join him as he becomes immersed – sometimes unwillingly and rarely competently – in the world of diapers, late-night feedings, potty training and the “terrible two’s.”



Becoming a Father: What New Dads Should Expect & 99 Baby Tips to Survive Your Newbornâ??s First Three Months

by Clayton Geoffreys

Learn What to Expect & 99 Tips for Raising Your Newborn Child!

Read on your PC, Mac, smartphone, tablet or Kindle device!

In Becoming a Father: What New Dads Should Expect & 99 Baby Tips to Survive Your Newborn’s First Three Months, you’ll learn everything an expectant father needs to know when caring for his newborn child. From when a baby begins developing his or her senses to what to feed your new baby, you will learn the essentials for being a new dad.

Becoming a Father is a quick reference guide you can turn to to help you through the confusing life of fatherhood and to give you the key tips you need to be the best father you can be in the first three months of your newborn’s life. We go over tons of tips including diapering, soothing secrets, how to swaddle and how to maintain your sanity as you return to work.

Here is a preview of what is inside this book:

  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1: Month One – What to Expect
  • Month One: Tips & Tricks
  • Chapter Two: Month Two – What to Expect
  • Month Two: Tips & Tricks
  • Chapter Three: Month Three – What to Expect
  • Month Three: Tips & Tricks
  • Diapering: A Quick How-To
  • Baby Burritos: How to Swaddle
  • Momma Maintenance – Household Management
  • Prepping the Crib
  • It Goes Where?!? (Breast Pump Basics)
  • Momma Maintenance – “The Checkup”
  • Tips for an Effective Bedtime Routine
  • Momma Maintenance – Bad Mom Syndrome
  • Communication Keys
  • Is this the Right Car Seat?
  • Conclusion
  • Final Word/About the Author

An excerpt from the book:

Month one began very dramatically for your new little bundle. Birth was difficult, not just for your baby’s mother, but for the baby, too! Her transition from a warm, quiet, comfortable existence into our loud, bright, and crazy world was exciting and exhausting, and now that you have brought her home, she has a lot of hard work to do adjusting to her new environment.


At this stage your baby has two priorities: eat and sleep. Newborns can sleep 16-17 hours a day, and for the first few days, she will wake up only to eat. She will eat every 2-3 hours, and this is normal, though you should not expect an exact schedule. And keep in mind that a baby cannot be spoiled at this stage, so it’s fine to attend to her immediately when she does wake up.

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Baby Sleep Training: How To Get Your Baby To Sleep All Night

by Morag Cameron

Baby Sleep Training

Tired of not being able to your baby get your baby to sleep through the night? As every baby and every parent are different not one single sleep training method will work for all babies and this is why this book is different from the rest, in this book you will learn different sleep strategies and you will be able to select which sleep method will be best for you and your baby’s needs.
By following these sleep methods you will soon turn sleep nightmares into sweet dreams for you and your baby.



Family Book Night: For Families Who Make Reading Fun…and Those Who Try

by Holly South

Holly South provides a step by step guide to starting your own family book club. Whether your children are in preschool or high school, Holly provides a list of books that you and your family will enjoy reading. Read a book, ask a few questions to get the conversation started, enhance the experience with related activities, and enjoy a story based theme meal.



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