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More Secrets of Happy Children

<a href="/parenting-resources/confidence-and-self-esteem/more-secrets-of-happy-children">More Secrets of Happy Children</a>

Book: More Secrets of Happy Children by Steve Biddulph tackles the important concerns of parents today. It is a book about putting love into action, of knowing what you are doing as a parent and why. Read full article

The Happy Family

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Book: The Happy Family by Ken and Elizabeth Mellor. This book includes ideas on ways to balance work and family life and ways to ensure your current family works well. There is a section on why we need to look at our own childhood experience of families and understanding the patterns that families get into. Also included is how to handle conflicts and work as a parenting team. Read full article

Tricky Kids: Transforming Conflict and Freeing Their Potential

<a href="/parenting-resources/difficult-children/tricky-kids-transforming-conflict-and-freeing-their-potential">Tricky Kids: Transforming Conflict and Freeing Their Potential</a>

Book:Tricky Kids by Andrew Fuller gives parents insights into the behaviours of a difficult child and highlights the strengths and potential of strong-willed kids. Parents and teachers are shown how to manage these kids and help them to change and develop positive life habits. Read full article

Raising Boys (3rd Edition)

<a href="/parenting-resources/boys/raising-boys-3rd-edition">Raising Boys (3rd Edition)</a>

Book: Raising Boys by Steve Biddulph. A phenomenal bestseller across the world, this book has helped millions of parents to understand what makes boys tick, from birth right through to late teens. Steve Biddulph shares powerful stories and gives practical and honest advice to parents so they can recognise the different stages of boyhood and learn how to raise happy, confident and kind young men. Read full article

Thriving at School 2nd Edition

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Book: Thriving at School by John Stewart and John Irvine. An accessible, practical guide to help parents develop their children's attitudes, values and good habits in the early school years, helping them to thrive as happy learners. The authors consider ways to help a child succeed in the classroom, be stimulated to learn, deal with difficulties in the playground, and get on well with others at school and at home. Read full article

Bully Blocking: Six Secrets to Help Children Deal with Teasing and Bullying

<a href="/parenting-resources/bullying/bully-blocking-six-secrets-to-help-children-deal-with-teasing-and-bully">Bully Blocking: Six Secrets to Help Children Deal with Teasing and Bullying</a>

Book: Bully Blocking: Six Secrets to Help Children Deal with Teasing and Bullying. This book offers practical advice to help parents and their children deal with bullies of all shapes, sizes and disguises, and also to assist families whose children bully. This revised and updated edition of the highly acclaimed 'Bullybusting', explains how parents and teachers can understand bullying, its causes and harmful consequences, and outlines what action to take in order to transform a child's attitudes. Read full article

Parenting After Separation: Making the Most of Family Changes

<a href="/parenting-resources/divorce-and-separation/parenting-after-separation-making-the-most-of-family-chan">Parenting After Separation: Making the Most of Family Changes</a>

Book: Parenting After Separation by Jill Burrett. Consulting psychologist, Jill Burrett writes from personal and professional experience of the effects of separation on families.With a comprehensive look at the issues families face following divorce or separation, the author writes about how parents can get on with life armed with new insights to apply to themselves, including ways to achieve cooperative parenting. Read full article

Raising Girls

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Book: Raising Girls by Gisela Preuschoff.In this straight-forward and thought-provoking book, psychologist and parenting author Gisella Preuschoff considers the understandings that parents require to raise girls today. The book focuses on girls' emotional and physical development, their education, social conditioning and their relationships with parents and siblings. Read full article

Getting On With Others How to Teach Your Child Essential Social Skills

<a href="/parenting-resources/making-friends/getting-on-with-others-how-to-teach-your-child-essential-social-s">Getting On With Others How to Teach Your Child Essential Social Skills</a>

Book: Getting On With Others by John Cooper.Cooperative children do better at school and in life. They learn how to make friends, manage their emotions and solve problems with others. A book that shows parents how to teach their children social skills, problem solving and co-operative behaviour and how to help children learn about feelings and handle conflict. Read full article

A Handbook for Happy Families

<a href="/parenting-resources/parenting-style/a-handbook-for-happy-families">A Handbook for Happy Families</a>

Book: A Handbook for Happy Families by Dr John Irvine. A Practical and Fun-Filled Guide to Managing Children's Behaviour. This book provides ideas for parents on 40 or more common problems with children of all ages. There is an emphasis on having fun in your family and a teenager section. The advice in the book is suitable for all family structures (including single, step and weekend) and for grandparents. Read full article