"Kind words can be short and easy
to speak but their echoes are endless"
Here is a suggested reading list
Miriam Adderholdt-Elliott, Perfectionism: What is Bad About Being Too Good?
Louise Bates Ames, Arnold Gesell, and Frances L. Ilg, The Child from Five to Ten.
Barbara Brooks, The Scared Child: Helping Kids Overcome Traumatic Events.
Lee Canter O& Lee Hausner, Ph. D., Homework Without Tears.
Jean Illsley Calrke, Self Esteem: A Family Affair.
Foster Cline & Jim Fay, Parenting With Love and Logic.
Barbara Coloroso, Winning at Parenting Without Beating Your Kids.
Stephen Covey, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Families.
Bernice E. Cullinan, Reading to Me: Raising Kids Who Love to Read.
Dolores Curran, Traits of a Healthy Family.
Dr. Don Dinkmeyer & Gary McKay, Raising a Responsible Child.
David Elkind, The Hurried Child.
Adele Faver & Elaine Mazlish,
How to Talk So Kids Will Listen
How to Talk So Kids Will Learn
H. Stephen Glen & Jane Nelson,
Ed. D., Raising Self-Reliant Children in a Self-Indulgent World.
Positive Discipline. (Jane Nelson)
Edward Hallowell & John Ratey,
to Distraction: Recognizing & Coping with Attention Deficit Disorder
from Childhood through Adulthood.
Louise Hart, The Winning Family.
Ronald M. Rapee, PH.D, etal, Helping Your Anxious Child: A Step-by-Step Guide for Parents
Karen Renshaw Josline, Positive Parenting from A to Z.
Florence Karnofsky & Trudy Weiss, How to Improve Your Child's Language and Thinking Skills.
Kevin Leman, Making Children Mind without Losing Yours.
Amy Lew & Betty Lous Bettner, A Parent's Guide to Understanding and Motivating Children.
Robert J. MacKenzie, Setting Limits.
Carl Metzger, Good Parenting Guide.
Dr. Ruth Allen Peters, Don't be Afraid to Discipline.
Frank Walton, Winning Children Over.