Frantic Woman's Guide to Life: A Year's Worth of Hints, Tips, and Tricks
by Mary Jo Rulnick, Judith Burnett Schneider
"All I can say is
FANTASTIC! If you are looking for simple, practical ways to get organized, then
this is the book for you. Divided into getting started and monthly sections,
this system allows you to take you time in getting organized. If your life is in
chaos, the last thing you need is someone rushing you to get it together!"
The Yale Child Study Center Guide to Understanding Your Child: Healthy Development from Birth to Adolescence
by Linda C. Md. Mayes, Donald J., Md. Cohen
I was a
little overwhelmed when I first picked up this
book, it's definitely not a skinny little child
information guide. Once I sat down and began to
delve into it, I found it to be well organized,
quite informative and very honest.
This guide is a wonderful resource from preparing
for parenthood, bringing the baby home, to
schooling and life skills. A non-discriminatory
book, it appeals to all types of parenting
choices. The guide on schools covers choosing the
type of school, to home schooling as an option.
I found that the word 'guide' was quite
appropriate, as the advice and information
actually guides you to make your choices in
opposition to a book that tells you how to choose.
A great book to teach and guide you in making
choices in your child's life that will direct his
happiness, well being and health.
I would suggest that every parent have this book
to turn to when questions arise during parenthood.