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The Connected Child: Bring Hope and Healing to Your Adoptive Family
By Karyn B. Purvis, David R. Cross, and Wendy Lyons Sunshine
"This book deserves a wide audience; not only is it beneficial for among parents struggling with attachment or behavior issues, but it will also benefit health care professionals and therapist working with these families. Based on practical experience and research, this book provides detailed and practical techniques parents can use in teaching their children appropriate ways to behave, while responding in a loving manner. It is especially useful for children from preschool to early middle school age with special needs such as sensory integration dysfunction, ADD/ADHD, mild autism, and other developmental impacts." (Allison Martin)
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1-2-3 Magic: Effective Discipline for Children 2-12
by Thomas W. Phelan
The underlying idea behind 123 Magic is simple. When your child misbehaves you count each infraction or the time till you get to 3, at 3 they receive a time-out or other consequence. Something about counting works marvelously at helping your child focus and regroup, giving them time to control themselves, once (and this is the important part) you establish that you are willing to consistently follow through. If you find your discipline getting harsher and/or feel helpless in getting the success you need in improving your child's behavior, then this is the book to get. It is fair and ultimately leads to increased self esteem. Used properly, it really can be "magic." (Allison Martin)
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1-2-3 Magic for Christian Parents
by Thomas W. Phelan and Chris Webb
This version of Phelan's well regarded 123 Magic behavior management book is enhanced by Biblical references and examples from Baptist Pastor and Parenting and Marriage Counselor Chris Webb. Most of the material from 1-2-3 Magic presented, to help you effectively stop poor behavior (tantrums, whining, backtalk, etc.) and encourage or start postivie behaviors (picking up their rooms, chores, homework, etc.) Each chapter also includes a summary set of Questions for Christian Practice. If you feel you would benefit from scripture based, Christian encouragement in this sometimes difficult task of parenting, this version may be one you will find useful.. (Allison Martin)
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Helping the Child Who Doesn't Fit in
by Stephen Nowicki, Marshall P. Duke
"Assists parents in deciphering hidden causes of social rejection their children may face. The authors explain that children who have difficulty in either reading or in sending nonverbal cues signals can have great difficulty in making and keeping friends. This text takes you step by step through a wide variety of nonverbal communication skills that affect how children relate (often intuitively) to one another." (Allison Martin)
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Don't Pop Your Cork on Mondays: The Children's Anti-Stress Book
by Adolph J. Moser

"A great resource to help children learn to control their tempers. In cartoon form, children are taught anger triggers and coping skills. Highly recommended for elementary age or older, this book is both humorous and effective."
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Parenting Book: Your Spirited Child

Raising Your Spirited Child : A Guide for Parents Whose Child Is More Intense, Sensitive, Perceptive, Persistent, and Energetic
by Mary Sheedy Kurcinka
"A very popular book for parents of over-sensitive and energetic children. This book is aimed at parents of "normal" children but it is also helpful for children with mild special needs, such as mild sensory integration issues or mild psychological difficulties. A compassionate and well thoughtout description and advice for parents of children who fit her 'model' and over-react to their environment. However, parents of children with behavior, attention, learning disabilities, and other issues are likely to find that specificly targeted books are more applicable." (Allison Martin)
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Parenting Book: Siblings Without Rivalry

Siblings Without Rivalry : How to Help Your Children Live Together So You Can Live Too
by Adele Faber, Elaine Mazlish
"This book is full of good strategies to help your kids get along together. A time-tested classic with for new and experienced parents." (Allison Martin)
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Book: Defiant Child

Your Defiant Child : 8 Steps to Better Behavior
by Russell A. Barkley, Christine M. Benton

"A chatty but informed approach for parents who wish to find a way to improve the behavior of their hard to handle child. He explains how to use praise, attention, time out and other interventions to improve your relationship with your child as well as their behavior. Dr. Barkley specializes in helping children wih ADHD." (Allison Martin)
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Parenting Book: Making Children Mind

Making Children Mind Without Losing Yours
by Kevin Dr. Leman

"A guide to modifying your own behavior to improve the behavior of your children. This book is aimed at parents of "normal" children but it is also helpful for children with mild special needs, such as mild sensory integration issues or learning disabilities. Intersperced with quotes from the Bible, Dr. Leman provides a good overview of caring for, disciplining and teaching children throughout the day." (Allison Martin)
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Parenting Book: How To Behave

How to Behave So Your Children Will, Too!
Sal Severe.
"A handy reference tool which provides excellent motivation for those who feel the need to improve their parenting and discipline skills. Recently revised." (Allison Martin)
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Parenting Book: Behavior Problems

Parenting a Child With a Behavior Problem : A Practical and Empathetic Guide
by Penny Paquette, Cheryl Gerson Tuttle
"Practical advice on parenting a child with behavior issues." (Allison Martin)
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