New Books for Parents and Caregivers

Written by Maeve Brewer

The children’s department has some new parenting books that just came in! Maybe you are looking for help with toilet training or maybe you want to create some adventures and fun memories with your child. Check out some of our newest titles:

When the World Feels Like a Scary Place: Essential Conversations for Anxious Parents and Worried Kids by Abigail Gewirtz, PhD.

This book will be helpful with figuring out how your children react to stress, how to remain calm when anxious and not let your anxiety set tone of the exchange.

The First-Time Parents Guide to Potty Training: How to Ditch the Diapers Fast (and for Good!) by Jazmine McCoy, PsyD.

This book will give you all the information that you need in order to toilet train your child in three days! There are troubleshooting tips for if your child has accidents and guidance for if your child is anxious, reluctant, or willful.

The 6 Needs of Every Child: Empowering Parents and Kids through the Science of Connection by Amy Elizabeth Olrick and Jeffery Olrick, Ph.D.

From the cover: “…this guidebook offers a trustworthy road map for the journey of imperfect parenting.” The book discusses the six needs of children and what you can do when you feel stuck. It also has tools to discover your personal parenting style, and how to build a strong connection with your child.

Tomboy: The Surprising History and Future of Girls Who Dare to Be Different by Lisa Selin Davis

Tomboy goes through the growth of tomboyism from the Victorian times to present times.

Adventuring Together: How to Create Connections and Make Lasting Memories with Your Kids by Greta Eskridge

Adventuring Together gives parents practical ideas for creating connection and fun activities to enjoy with their kids.

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