Recommended Resources

We encourage you to read a book or two on parenting every year or attend a parenting conference or seminar. Keeping current helps refresh your outlook and gives you insight into setting new goals as your children are growing up. Here is a list of some of our favorite books and programs.

Susan Alexander Yates, And Then I Had Kids (Wolgemuth &Hyatt Publishers, Inc)

Dr. J. Zink,Ph.D, Upbringing: Raising A Responsible Child (The Perengrinzilla Press, 1997)

Zig Ziglar, Raising Positive Kids in a Negative World, (Oliver-Nelson Books, 1985)

Carol Simontacchi, Crazy Makers, How the Food Industry Is Destroying Our Brains and Harming Our Children (Tarcher Putnam Books, 2000)

Foster Cline, M.D. & Jim Fay, Parenting With Love and Logic, Teaching Children Responsibility (Pinon Press, 1990) -

Adele Faber & Elaine Mazlish, How To Talk So Kids Will Listen &Listen So Kids Will Talk (Scribner, 1980)

Lee Canter with Marlene Canter, Assertive Discipline for Parents (Harper & Row, 1982) -

Ann Platz and Susan Wales, Social Graces Manners, Conversation and Charm for Today (Harvest House Publishers, 1998)

Mary Hunt, The Complete Cheapskate (Broadman & Holman, 1998)

Laurie Beth Jones, The Path, Creating Your Mission Statement for Work and for Life (Hyperion, 1996)

Nicole Johnson, Fresh Brewed Life (Nelson Publishing, 1999)

Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend, Boundaries with Kids (Zondervan, 1998)

Cynthia Ulrich Tobias, You Can’t Make Me (WaterBrook Press 1999)

Jack Lannom, Memory Genius® The Secret of Maximum Mental Performance” © Lannom Incorporated