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  • What’s Next: 2020 Onwards

    by Peter Dwyer
    The title of this short book is What's Next?, and the short answer is Who Knows? This is despite the mounting evidence that our current worldwide problems are leading people to reassess their priorities for the future and insist on the need for change. The purpose of the book is to take this contrast seriously, and not only to accept the task of seeing what is at stake as we enter upon a new future, but also to face up to the challenge flowing from what this reveals: Can We Do It?
  • Bully Navigator: The Ultimate Parent's Guide to Protecting Your Child from Bullying and Sexual Violence at School

    by Steve Cohen
    If you have a student who has been victimized while at school, you will need the information in this book to hold administrator's "feet to the fire" to provide protection for your son or daughter. Unfortunately, many administrators cannot be counted upon to do what is right in a situation where your child has been victimized. They are often well intentioned but sadly we have seen over and over that they either don't know what to do or won't do what is needed to do when confronted with the vic... more
  • Abundant Paths: Beyond Either/Or Thinking to Fulfilling Same-Sex Relationships That Last

    by Karl W. Beckstrand
    Regardless of marital status or sexual orientation, every person has legitimate needs for love and true union, including with those of one’s own sex. Yet relating bliss can be elusive. There are happier kinds of connection than the sparse paths the world signals. When real needs are met generous feelings can replace discouragement, isolation, even addiction. Beckstrand shares keys for healing relationships and creating deep lasting same-sex bonds. What he’s learned applies also to gay, straight,... more
  • Peak Life's Work: Find Your Gift and Give It Away (Peak Productivity)

    by Said Hasyim

    Live a life you are proud of, one in which you're actualizing your true potential and making a difference in the world.

    Do you drag yourself to work every morning to a job you hate? Do you feel like you're just going through the motions with no real purpose in life? Do you have a special talent to offer to the world, but don't even know what it is?

    Start your journey to self-discovery and growth in this inspiring book to learn:

    • Science-backe... more
  • What’s Next: 2020 Onwards

    by Peter J Dwyer
    The title of this short book is What's Next?, and the short answer is Who Knows? This is despite the mounting evidence that our current worldwide problems are leading people to reassess their priorities for the future and insist on the need for change. The purpose of the book is to take this contrast seriously, and not only to accept the task of seeing what is at stake as we enter upon a new future, but also to face up to the challenge flowing from what this reveals: Can We Do It?
  • Disappointment is a Wave (Emotion Series)

    by Lauren Martin
    A simple and effective picture book to help kids overcome disappointment, adapt to change and inspire a positive outlook, optimism and resilience. Teach optimism and how to cope with disappointment to even the youngest children (2+) through simple practical explanations and pictures that empower kids to choose to focus on what they can control to make the best of the situation.
  • Jealousy is the Moon (Emotion Series)

    by Lauren Martin
    A simple and effective picture book about jealousy, growth mindset and goal setting. Teach toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarteners and even young adults to view jealousy as motivation to take action to achieve goals.
  • Sadness is a Dark Cloud (Emotion Series)

    by Lauren Martin
    A simple and effective picture book to help comfort kids with sadness, depression or grief. Teach toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarteners and even young adults to cope with sadness and foster resilience, perspective and optimism, because "I am not sadness. Sadness is a dark cloud passing over me."
  • Anger is a Storm (Emotion Series)

    by Lauren Martin
    A simple and effective anger book to teach kids anger management and self-regulation: "I am not anger. Anger is a storm passing over me. I take deep breaths until I feel calm, like wind blowing away a storm."
  • Fear is a Volcano (Emotion Series)

    by Lauren Martin
    A simple and effective picture book to help kids overcome and ease anxiety, worry and fear. Teach mindfulness and positive visualization to even the youngest children (2+) through easy to understand best practices to embody what it really means to be brave.
  • Insecurity is a Seed (Emotion Series)

    by Lauren Martin
    A simple and effective picture book about insecurity, confidence, self-esteem, growth mindset, identity and belonging. Teach toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarteners and even young adults how to transform insecurity, embarrassment and inadequacy into confidence, self-esteem, assertiveness and growth mindset.
  • Caring is Art

    by Leilani Norman
    Caring is Art is a gift book for caregivers, illustrated with original paintings and photography by Leilani Norman. It contains 64 pages of imagery, caregiver quotes, self-care prompts and resources. QR codes throughout the book direct readers to useful online information published by organizations that support caregivers.
  • Speak This Not That; Positive Affirmations to Have a Better Day

    by Lynn Lok-Payne
    Speak This Not That: Positive Affirmations to Have a Better Day is designed to bring awareness to our self-talk and improve our thinking. By taking an everyday negative thought and flipping it into three positive statements, we can choose a better narrative for our lives. Using inspirational quotes for extra motivation, we can transform the background noise into a more encouraging dialogue. By making a simple change from “I can’t” to “How can I?”, we open the door to new possibilities.
  • Speak This Not That

    by Lynn Lok-Payne
    Speak This Not That: Positive Affirmations to Have a Better Day is designed to bring awareness to our self-talk and improve our thinking. By taking an everyday negative thought and flipping it into three positive statements, we can choose a better narrative for our lives. Using inspirational quotes for extra motivation, we can transform the background noise into a more encouraging dialogue. By making a simple change from “I can’t” to “How can I?”, we open the door to new possibilities.
  • Raise Your Hand

    by Robert A. Belle
    Millennials experience burnout a lot. That’s largely because it’s not in their nature to seek out support. Worse, when they’re overwhelmed, many of them feel inclined to tackle their problems alone. That’s why transformational speaker, mentor, and coach Robert A. Belle wrote Raise Your Hand, a frank, compassionate guide that empowers young professionals, showing them why it’s important to ask for help when they’re stressed and exactly how to do it. In this book, Belle explains that doing ever... more
  • Words are your Superpower

    by A.S. Stephens
    Words are Your Superpower is a helping hand in a world that shines a spotlight on negativity. For anyone battling their thoughts daily and ending their days with mental exhaustion. Words are Your Superpower guides readers, in living as their authentic selves. Learn the strength of words and how the narrative we use mentally with ourselves and outwardly with others affects our lives. Receive help in identifying the words that you are battling and discover the ones that can act as superpowers in t... more

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