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By Amanda Schleicher
I Know What I Want! But, what happens when you can’t tell anyone? That’s the situation Daniel finds himself in. Daniel is a two-year-old boy who knows what he wants but can only communicate by pointing and grunting. Daniel and his parents work together to lessen the frustration he has because of his speech delay.
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By Magda Tarnawska Senel, Ph.D.
Although most parents rate having children as the most meaningful experience of their lives, many find themselves pushed to their emotional and physical limits. Parenthood affords us the opportunity to become more compassionate, patient and understanding, but we also run the risk of becoming more irritable, impatient and intolerant. This book shows readers how they can transform everyday challenges into sources of empowerment and inspiration by demonstrating that joyful living and soulful parenting is not something that just happens by itself; it is a result of choices we make every day. It also presents several proven models for effectively achieving higher levels of fulfillment and a variety of creative activities for both parents and children. By guiding readers to find their own answers to such questions as: “What is the difference between a person who is unable to live a happy life and one who succeeds in living with a rich feeling of fulfillment? How do we arrive at adulthood behaving the way we do?” this book helps parents discover their most authentic and inspired selves and focus on raising joyful, happy and successful children who develop to their fullest potential.
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By Ilana Grinblat
As adults, we instruct our children in many life skills—how to catch a ball, ride a bike, and read a book. Yet children have a special spark to them. How can we catch their outlook? Ilana Grinblat shows us how by revealing the spiritual insights that children teach us: — How a roller coaster ride becomes a lesson in overcoming fear and embracing joy —When baking cookies demonstrates how to grapple with failure and redefine success — What we learn from children’s tough questions about death, sex, God, and growing up In this enchanting memoir, Grinblat shares personal stories interwoven with biblical narratives. Through these reflections, she grapples honestly with the struggles of raising children and how to cherish the extraordinary nature of ordinary moments. Castles and Catch leads us on a personal journey to discover the wonder within the everyday. “Looking for wisdom, heart, and resilience? Rabbi Ilana Grinblat offers a steady supply, all through the words and deeds of her children, her own keen insights as a mother whose soul has been seasoned with the insights of Jewish tradition and scripture. Join her on this rewarding journey of faith, of feeling, and of love!” —Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson, DHL, author of God of Becoming and Relationship “With a rabbi’s soul and a writer’s eye, Ilana Grinblat shows us the intimate moments others overlook: the holiness of a family hike, the sanctity of ice skating lessons, the sacredness of a pancake breakfast. Discovering Torah in daily life and daily life in Torah, she will help you to do the same, making both more meaningful and poignant.” —Tom Fields-Meyer, author of Following Ezra: What One Father Learned About Gumby, Otters, Autism, and Love from His Extraordinary Son
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By Ilana Grinblat
As adults, we instruct our children in many life skills—how to catch a ball, ride a bike, and read a book. Yet children have a special spark to them. How can we catch their outlook? Ilana Grinblat shows us how by revealing the spiritual insights that children teach us: — How a roller coaster ride becomes a lesson in overcoming fear and embracing joy —When baking cookies demonstrates how to grapple with failure and redefine success — What we learn from children’s tough questions about death, sex, God, and growing up In this enchanting memoir, Grinblat shares personal stories interwoven with biblical narratives. Through these reflections, she grapples honestly with the struggles of raising children and how to cherish the extraordinary nature of ordinary moments. Castles and Catch leads us on a personal journey to discover the wonder within the everyday. “Looking for wisdom, heart, and resilience? Rabbi Ilana Grinblat offers a steady supply, all through the words and deeds of her children, her own keen insights as a mother whose soul has been seasoned with the insights of Jewish tradition and scripture. Join her on this rewarding journey of faith, of feeling, and of love!” —Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson, DHL, author of God of Becoming and Relationship “With a rabbi’s soul and a writer’s eye, Ilana Grinblat shows us the intimate moments others overlook: the holiness of a family hike, the sanctity of ice skating lessons, the sacredness of a pancake breakfast. Discovering Torah in daily life and daily life in Torah, she will help you to do the same, making both more meaningful and poignant.” —Tom Fields-Meyer, author of Following Ezra: What One Father Learned About Gumby, Otters, Autism, and Love from His Extraordinary Son
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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 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 Tracy L. Shires
Miss Ladybug lives in a big, beautiful valley. Many adventures await her outside the doors of her little home. She’s always dreamed of flying away to see the countryside and all of its beauty. One day, when all of her baby bugs are sound asleep for their afternoon nap, Miss Ladybug decides it’s the perfect time to leave her home and explore her environment. She embarks on adventures several days in a row where she meets Robbie Raccoon, Randy Rabbit, and Bobby Beaver. All of the characters try to tell her to return to her babies because her house is on fire. In this picture book for children, Miss Ladybug learns a very important lesson: the world around her is quite big and leaving her children all alone is never a good idea. Soon Miss Ladybug came upon Robbie Raccoon working hard on cleaning his fish. Robbie Raccoon looked up, smiled and began singing... “Ladybug, ladybug, fly away home, your house is on fire and your children are all alone”. “Oh my” exclaimed Miss Ladybug, and off she went flying straight for home with great fear in her heart. When she arrived home, she discovered that her baby bugs were still fast asleep. “Whew” … Miss Ladybug thought, that was scary. Silly raccoon, there’s no fire at home, and everything is fine.
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By Tracy L. Shires
Miss Ladybug lives in a big, beautiful valley. Many adventures await her outside the doors of her little home. She’s always dreamed of flying away to see the countryside and all of its beauty. One day, when all of her baby bugs are sound asleep for their afternoon nap, Miss Ladybug decides it’s the perfect time to leave her home and explore her environment. She embarks on adventures several days in a row where she meets Robbie Raccoon, Randy Rabbit, and Bobby Beaver. All of the characters try to tell her to return to her babies because her house is on fire. In this picture book for children, Miss Ladybug learns a very important lesson: the world around her is quite big and leaving her children all alone is never a good idea. Soon Miss Ladybug came upon Robbie Raccoon working hard on cleaning his fish. Robbie Raccoon looked up, smiled and began singing... “Ladybug, ladybug, fly away home, your house is on fire and your children are all alone”. “Oh my” exclaimed Miss Ladybug, and off she went flying straight for home with great fear in her heart. When she arrived home, she discovered that her baby bugs were still fast asleep. “Whew” … Miss Ladybug thought, that was scary. Silly raccoon, there’s no fire at home, and everything is fine.
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By Jean Max Dorsinville
Vanity of vanities--it is said--but I have to, at times, take a degree of pride in myself. Our son is now a youthful looking 39-year-old, a handsome six-footer with what some call 'classic European features', blended with Afro DNA coursing through his veins; the upshot of the miscegenation of the races, giving him the look of Aphrodite's lover, Adonis, in Greek mythology or Eurydice's lover, Orpheus. His face reverberates with rugged masculinity. His tanned skin contrasts with his dark curly hair. His thick eyebrows show content accentuating his almond shaped brown eyes, but inviting at the same time. His eyelashes are, from childhood, exceptionally long and remain the same for the man he has become. His chiseled nose looks well-centered on his perfectly oval face…
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By Jennifer Green
The author of this book realized that some of her pre-kindergarten students came to school without knowing certain social skills. This book is meant to teach those social skills in a shared reading experience between parent and child. It is also meant to be used by the young child as a reference and is very handy for students with special needs.
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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 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 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.
FORMAT: Softcover
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