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"Raising Human Beings: Creating a Collaborative Partnership with Your Child" by Ross Greene

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"Ross Greene is one of our Mom Conference favorites. He's spoken several times and always provides so much insight into parenting and child behavior. This is a great book to check out."

- Sheila Davis

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"Even If Your Toes Turn Purple" by Rich and Tim Christiansen

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"Rich is always a favorite on the Mom Conference, sharing valuable insights on raising non-entitled children. In this joint effort with his teenage son Tim, they a unique and personal view on successfully parenting today’s teenagers through a collection of engaging stories and parables, Rich and Tim provide “Power Tools,” teaching the principles of perseverance, goal setting, self-discipline, determination, business creation, integrity, and forgiveness."

- Sheila Davis

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"Parenting: 101 Ways to Rock Your World" by Susan Groner
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"I loved Susan's perspective during her interview for the Mom's Guide To Keeping Cool and Collected in the Chaos. I think this is a must-read for parents with ready, actionable tips for parents of toddlers and teens!"

- Sheila Davis

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"Healthy Bodies; Teaching Kids What They Need to Know" by  Kathy Kater
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"This powerful program teaches children the skills they need to manage food and weight successfully for the rest of their lives."

- Ashley, Mama Says Namaste 

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Our Rating: 4 out of 5

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The Whole-Brain Child: 12 Revolutionary Strategies to Nurture Your Child's Developing Mind, Survive Everyday Parenting Struggles, and Help Your Family Thrive by Dan Siegel
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Another Mom Conference favorite, Dan Siegel has some great insights into how your child's brain works.

- Sheila Davis

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