Resiliency in Action: Practical Ideas for Overcoming Risks and Building Strengths in Youth, Families, and Communities
Henderson, N. (2007). Resiliency In action: Practical ideas for overcoming risks and building strengths in youth, families, and communities. Ojai, CA: Resiliency in Action, Inc.
This book is filled with information you need to know to move your family, your school, your community, and children and youth you work with from risk to resiliency.
Raising Good Kids in Tough Times: 7 Crucial Habits for Parent Success
McIntire, R. (1999). Raising good kids in tough times: 7 crucial habits for parent success. Berkeley Springs, WV: Summit Crossroads Press.
The seven habits of this book can help parents hold to a good relationship and good rules that encourage good kids. The first three habits deal with the styles and routines in daily situations such as the family atmosphere. Habits 4-7 focus on strategies that have the parents happiness in mind as well as the child’s progress. The habits in general will allow you to keep the family enjoyable and build good relationships with your children.
Raising Healthy Children: Day by Day
Roehlkepartain, J.L. (2001). Raising healthy children: Day by day. Minneapolis, MN: Free Spirit Publishing.
This book offers 366 readings for parents, teachers, and caregivers of children ages birth to five. The book give practical tips that will help you create a positive foundation for the young children in your life. Each day, you’ll give them more of what they need to grow up caring, competent and strong.
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