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Four Great Books for Parents’ First Years with Baby

It might seem like there is no time to read when you are a new parent.  Well, while there definitely is a lot less time to read, it’s still possible to do so, especially during the first few months, when breastfeeding takes up so much of your time.  For the first time in my life,… Read More Four Great Books for Parents’ First Years with Baby

Book Review, Humour, Non Fiction, Parenting, Review

Book Review: ‘How to Raise a Smart Ass: Parenting That Should Not Be Tried at Home’, by Lucia Walinchus

About the author Lucia Walinchus is an award-winning journalist, author and ice hockey addict.  She has written more than 500 articles for various publications throughout her career and was recently named to the 2016 Fulbright Berlin Capital Program.  She has been featured as a guest speaker on CNN and is a contracted freelancer for the… Read More Book Review: ‘How to Raise a Smart Ass: Parenting That Should Not Be Tried at Home’, by Lucia Walinchus

Book Review, Education, Parenting, Psychology

Book Review: The We Generation: Raising Social Responsible Kids by Michael Ungar

The world has the potential to be amazing, but apart from glimmerings of awesomeness here and there, the overwhelming conditions are pretty terrible (sorry, Mother Earth). One of the reasons behind such a terrible state of affairs is the pervasive effects of both individualism and consumerism, which has led us away from what human nature… Read More Book Review: The We Generation: Raising Social Responsible Kids by Michael Ungar

Book Review, Education, Non Fiction, Parenting, Review, Self-Help

Book Review: ‘Stop and Smell Your Children’, by Leah Spina

Book Review: ‘Stop and Smell Your Children’, by Leah Spina About the author: Leah Spina is a former journalist of a national newsweekly magazine and also worked as a childbirth coordinator at a large adoption agency. She has her B.S in Business Administration from Thomas Edison State College. She has two adorable children – Samson… Read More Book Review: ‘Stop and Smell Your Children’, by Leah Spina

Book Review, Non Fiction, Parenting

Book Review: ‘Baby Comes Home: A Parent’s Guide to a Healthy and Well First Eighteen Months’, by Paul Roumeliotis

About the author: Dr. Paul Roumeliotis is an expert on early child health and wellness and a health communications pioneer. His educational content has reached millions of people online and he is regularly featured on television and radio. He is an adjunct professor of pediatrics and former director of Multi-Format Health Communications for the Faculty… Read More Book Review: ‘Baby Comes Home: A Parent’s Guide to a Healthy and Well First Eighteen Months’, by Paul Roumeliotis