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Parenting Press Offers Book Ideas for New Big Siblings

Parenting Press Offers Book Ideas for New Big Siblings

For kids who feel ignored when there's a new baby...

Lots of babies are born in August and September, and if your family or neighbors are expecting a sibling, plan ahead with the perfect gift for a new big brother or big sister.What About Me? 12 Ways to Get Your Parents' Attention (Without Hitting Your Sister) is based on author Eileen Kennedy-Moore's own little boy, who felt ignored when his parents were tending to his big sister, his baby sister, their jobs, the house...and everything (he was convinced) except him. Now available for 25 percent off the usual $14.95 price when you use the code "Me" at ipgbook.com.

For kids who feel ignored when there's a new baby...

Lots of babies are born in August and September, and if your family or neighbors are expecting a sibling, plan ahead with the perfect gift for a new big brother or big sister.What About Me? 12 Ways to Get Your Parents' Attention (Without Hitting Your Sister) is based on author Eileen Kennedy-Moore's own little boy, who felt ignored when his parents were tending to his big sister, his baby sister, their jobs, the house...and everything (he was convinced) except him. Now available for 25 percent off the usual $14.95 price when you use the code "Me" at ipgbook.com.

Other Helpful Resources:

We're almost 99% sure that you'll also find dozens of ideas you can use right now in Parenting Press's other books, newsletters and web site. Many are available 24/7 at no charge. Among the highlights:

The Way I Act, a companion to Janan Cain's best-selling The Way I Feel. Both are ideal for kids who need help describing their emotions. Rave reviews from those who work with children with autism. The Way I Feel has toddler board and Spanish editions, and a complimentary downloadable "how-to-draw" presentation planperfect for circle time and children's events. All three hardbounds have optional teaching plans.

Lisa Poelle's new book, The Biting Solution: The Expert's No-Biting Guide for Parents, Caregivers and Early Childhood Educators, has received rave reviews from one of publishing's most respected journals. As Library Journal has written:

"Earnestly recommended. . .Poelle has a wealth of professional early childhood education experience that she brings to this topic, and here she gives parents and educators a step-by-step look at the biting tendency: what is normal child development, why some children bite, case studies of biters, and forms and worksheets for progressing through the problem."

For details, see www.parentingpress.com/media/biting.html.

Helping Children with Their Feelings, ISBN 9781936903146, intended for those with special needs such as autism and the normally developing. In production now. This 36-page guide has been carefully reviewed by school psychologists, parent educators and parents. They agree it provides practical help and realistic exercises that anyone can use to help kids understand emotions, explain how they feel, cope with the feelings, and avoid translating feelings into unacceptable action. It follows autism advocate Temple Grandin's advice: treat the symptoms and behavior, whatever they are, whether or not you're sure of the diagnosis.

Self Calming Cards, a deck of oversize cards that describe and illustrate how to handle anger, anxiety, frustration, excitement and so many other strong emotions. Written in English and Spanish, with charming water colors. Ideal for kids with special needs and those developing normally.

25 Things to Do When Grandpa Passes Away, Mom and Dad Get Divorced, or the Dog Dies: Activities to Help Children Suffering Loss or Change, which explains ways that different ages can acknowledge loss and express grief. Extensively used with children of deployed troops.

Is This a Phase? Child Development & Parent Strategies, Birth to 6 Years.Recommended for all public libraries by Library Journal. Reassuring information and red flags to be alert to during each phase of early development, by pediatric nurse and parent educator Helen F. Neville.

News for Parents, a monthly available online or via e-mail on a complimentary basis. Material in it can be reprinted in your newsletter or on your web site if you credit Parenting Press and include "source: www.parentingpress.com." No ads, no cookies.

Weekly Parenting Tips, available online or e-mailed directly to you (send your address to marketing@parentingpress.com with "tips" in the subject line), can also be reprinted in your publications.


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