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By Karen Skogen Haslem
If you know one child with autism, you know one child with autism. But not everyone gets that chance. In Life Amplified, Karen Haslem gives readers an honest, intimate, remarkably engaging look at the struggles and triumphs of her oldest son, who has autism. Drawing strength from their faith, the Haslem family strives every day to embrace, not just tolerate, Titus’s differences. Written with humor, grace, and a gift for lucid detail, Haslem’s memoir captures a sequence of vivid episodes that convey the joy, heartache, pride, and terror of being Titus—or being Titus’s mom. Life Amplified will bring new understanding and inspiration to other families touched by autism, as well as anyone seeking insight into their world.
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By Kenneth D. Dunn
“Camp Lejeune Command” describes Lieutenant Colonel Kenneth Dunn’s life as an Artillery Battalion Commander at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina during the early 1990’s. The book starts the summer before the family moves to Jacksonville, NC while still stationed at Fort Monmouth, NJ. Dunn describes his daily activities and the feelings associated with those activities, while commanding 5th Battalion, 10th Marines, 2d Marine Division. This is a great read about command, family and of course, the United States Marine Corps.
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By Karen MacNeill
Pieces That Fit is a powerful story based on one woman’s struggle to raise an autistic child. Karen’s raw, emotional candor will move you throughout your reading experience. Karen began this journey during Autism Awareness month in April 2014, when she wrote a post a day for thirty days. She received so much love, support, and encouragement from those posts that she is now sharing her journey, hoping to reach a bigger audience so that others may have a better understanding of their own journey and struggles. She hopes this book will be a message of hope to others who have struggled or are struggling with this puzzling diagnosis. The book begins with Karen meeting her husband, Jim, in 1990 and moves on to the birth of their son, Chandler, who is afflicted with Asperger’s syndrome. Karen describes in detail her frustrations, anger, and bitterness through the ordeal of having Chandler diagnosed. She takes her readers through difficult situations, tantrums, and tears in a uniquely honest and moving way. From frustrating meetings with teachers to even worse day-care experiences, you will find yourself rooting for this boy and his family to succeed. In between, Karen and Jim have another child, Braeden, who couldn’t be more different than his big brother, and new challenges begin to emerge. With a new brother, however, successes begin to mount for Chandler. Finally, Karen brings us a message of hope as Chandler grows up and learns to live with the autistic traits that are uniquely his. As Chandler finally begins to succeed in school and in life, you will be cheering and fist-pumping in support of him.
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By Karen MacNeill
Pieces That Fit is a powerful story based on one woman’s struggle to raise an autistic child. Karen’s raw, emotional candor will move you throughout your reading experience. Karen began this journey during Autism Awareness month in April 2014, when she wrote a post a day for thirty days. She received so much love, support, and encouragement from those posts that she is now sharing her journey, hoping to reach a bigger audience so that others may have a better understanding of their own journey and struggles. She hopes this book will be a message of hope to others who have struggled or are struggling with this puzzling diagnosis. The book begins with Karen meeting her husband, Jim, in 1990 and moves on to the birth of their son, Chandler, who is afflicted with Asperger’s syndrome. Karen describes in detail her frustrations, anger, and bitterness through the ordeal of having Chandler diagnosed. She takes her readers through difficult situations, tantrums, and tears in a uniquely honest and moving way. From frustrating meetings with teachers to even worse day-care experiences, you will find yourself rooting for this boy and his family to succeed. In between, Karen and Jim have another child, Braeden, who couldn’t be more different than his big brother, and new challenges begin to emerge. With a new brother, however, successes begin to mount for Chandler. Finally, Karen brings us a message of hope as Chandler grows up and learns to live with the autistic traits that are uniquely his. As Chandler finally begins to succeed in school and in life, you will be cheering and fist-pumping in support of him.
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By Krizia Guerra-Coleman

This book has helpful tips for new parents, health tips and issues we deal with during pregnancy and parenting. Have you wondered about the psychological, emotional and physical aspects of pregnancy and parenthood? Look no further. The psychological aspect of what's "O.K" to feel or what "not" to feel during pregnancy and parenthood, and what to expect and what to deal with during this first crucial year of parenthood. It covers your entire family!

The Elephant in the Room also covers very important tips for new dads to understand what exactly 'Mom' is going through as well as helpful guidelines to have a functional household once your baby arrives. What do you really need for your new baby, the hospital and how much could your new baby actually cost? Find it here along with pertinent information on vaccines and other alternative medicines available.

More information on this informative book and other important matters for new & existing parents are found on the author's blog at www.MommysKnowledge.com


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By Anne B. Gielisse, MA, ARNP, CNS
Spare the Rod Love the Child shows you a path into the domain of unconditional loving. The adventure begins with learning to love and respect yourself and your spouse. Next, you will discover the mental, emotional, and spiritual needs of children and learn how to meet them, set limits, and discipline with unconditional love through every stage of development. Starting before conception, this book will guide you through the ups and downs of childhood into the phase that parents dread: the letting go of their children when they are grown and into the new world of creating and maintaining loving, healthy relationships with your adult offspring. Every page reflects compassionate understanding for those who have the important task of raising and guiding children in today’s world. Written with love and a sense of humor, Spare the Rod Love the Child is a highly readable workbook. The topics are broken down into easily identified segments to facilitate looking them up. Helpful, practical activities and exercises show how to implement unconditional love. Dedicated to parents, grandparents, teachers, child care and health professionals, and everyone who cares about children, this book will show you how to teach children to accept and love themselves so that they may grow into caring, balanced adults.
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By Linda Moore
Some autobiographies should be reference books in the study of humanity. This book, Her Troubled Life, is one such biography. This is the true story about a woman who suffered all her life because of her tormented childhood. A person childhood is fixing his or her development. In Linda’s case, she kept hurting herself, not knowing how to maneuver her life. Terrible things keep happening; she reveals herself fully, as a real woman who bears the effect of what others have done to her and what she has done to herself. Rapes, attempted suicides, character assassination, infidelity, want, misery, and pain were some of her closest companions. Armed with unique philosophy of life, borne of out her experience, she hopes to confront reality and create meaning of it. Her story could be a lesson for humanity.
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By Anne B. Gielisse, MA, ARNP, CNS
Spare the Rod Love the Child shows you a path into the domain of unconditional loving. The adventure begins with learning to love and respect yourself and your spouse. Next, you will discover the mental, emotional, and spiritual needs of children and learn how to meet them, set limits, and discipline with unconditional love through every stage of development. Starting before conception, this book will guide you through the ups and downs of childhood into the phase that parents dread: the letting go of their children when they are grown and into the new world of creating and maintaining loving, healthy relationships with your adult offspring. Every page reflects compassionate understanding for those who have the important task of raising and guiding children in today’s world. Written with love and a sense of humor, Spare the Rod Love the Child is a highly readable workbook. The topics are broken down into easily identified segments to facilitate looking them up. Helpful, practical activities and exercises show how to implement unconditional love. Dedicated to parents, grandparents, teachers, child care and health professionals, and everyone who cares about children, this book will show you how to teach children to accept and love themselves so that they may grow into caring, balanced adults.
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By Krizia Guerra-Coleman

This book has helpful tips for new parents, health tips and issues we deal with during pregnancy and parenting. Have you wondered about the psychological, emotional and physical aspects of pregnancy and parenthood? Look no further. The psychological aspect of what's "O.K" to feel or what "not" to feel during pregnancy and parenthood, and what to expect and what to deal with during this first crucial year of parenthood. It covers your entire family!

The Elephant in the Room also covers very important tips for new dads to understand what exactly 'Mom' is going through as well as helpful guidelines to have a functional household once your baby arrives. What do you really need for your new baby, the hospital and how much could your new baby actually cost? Find it here along with pertinent information on vaccines and other alternative medicines available.

More information on this informative book and other important matters for new & existing parents are found on the author's blog at www.MommysKnowledge.com


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By Linda Moore
Some autobiographies should be reference books in the study of humanity. This book, Her Troubled Life, is one such biography. This is the true story about a woman who suffered all her life because of her tormented childhood. A person childhood is fixing his or her development. In Linda’s case, she kept hurting herself, not knowing how to maneuver her life. Terrible things keep happening; she reveals herself fully, as a real woman who bears the effect of what others have done to her and what she has done to herself. Rapes, attempted suicides, character assassination, infidelity, want, misery, and pain were some of her closest companions. Armed with unique philosophy of life, borne of out her experience, she hopes to confront reality and create meaning of it. Her story could be a lesson for humanity.
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By Sandi Adams

Watch What You Wish is the second in a series about Sandi's granddaughter, Kajsa, who is the middle child.  It was originally written because she could find no books or gifts celebrating the name Kajsa. But the reaction of her adult friends to this book about a child working through insecurities as the new baby takes her place as the youngest in the family, made Sandi watch Kajsa more closely and see, first hand, the potentially painful transition to middle child. Kajsa, explores the fantacy of staying a little baby and having all her needs met by her family. But life takes a surprising turn when her wishes come true with a painful twist. Her paraents and her confidente, Irish the Cat, are there to help Kajsa grow in confidence as she learns that the place  she holds in her family is perfect for her.


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By Lisa Ann Cione
Odd Ozzie is about an ostrich who is removed from his environment and placed in a zoo with unfamiliar birds. At first, the birds do not accept Ozzie as one of their own, leaving him feeling very sad and lonely. Ozzie learns how to make the birds his friends while remaining true to himself.
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By Lisa Ann Cione
Odd Ozzie is about an ostrich who is removed from his environment and placed in a zoo with unfamiliar birds. At first, the birds do not accept Ozzie as one of their own, leaving him feeling very sad and lonely. Ozzie learns how to make the birds his friends while remaining true to himself.
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By Tina Marie

Isabella does not know what it means to be thankful.

Her parents teach her by example and with words on what it really is to be truly thankful.

This book and others are great learning books to help your children learn good positive values.


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By Tina Marie

Isabella does not know what it mean to share.

Mother teaches her to share with friends and to those who cannot help themselves. She learns what it takes to share with others and how much fun it can be.


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