365 Tips for the Toddler Years (Nov., $8.95) by Julian Orenstein, M.D., is the latest addition to the 365 series for parents. 40,000 first printing.
Unraveling the ADD/ADHD Fiasco: Successful Parenting Without Drugs (Oct., $14.95) by David B. Stein shows how parents can eliminate amphetamines and raise healthy children. 25,000 first printing.
Reprint: Secrets of the Baby Whisperer: How to Calm, Connect, and Communicate with Your Baby (Feb., $12.95).
Autobiography of a One-Year-Old (Sept., $9.95), as told to Rohan Candappa, provides a humorous insider’s view of life from 12 to 24 months. 25,000 first printing.Ad/promo.
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"I Never Get Anything!": How to Keep Your Kids from Running Your Life (Sept., $12.95) by Thomas W. Phelan. The author of 1-2-3 Magic helps parents understand and handle frustrated children. 20,000 first printing. Author appearances.
"But I’m Almost 13!": An Action Plan for Raising a Responsible Adolescent (Sept., $14.95) by Kenneth R. Ginsburg, M.D., and Martha M. Jablow offers a plan to head off teenage rebellion.
The Organized Home Schooler (Sept., $10.99) by Vicki Caruana aids in day-to-day educational tasks.
10 Things I Want My Daughter to Know by Annie Chapman and 10 Things I Want My Son to Know (Jan., $9.99 each) by Steve Chapman. The singer/songwriters share advice and parental wisdom.
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Natural Health After Birth: The Complete Guide to Postpartum Wellness (Feb., $14.95) by Aviva Jill Romm addresses health challenges during the first year after childbirth.
Understanding Teenage Depression: A Guide to Diagnosis, Treatment, and Management (Sept., $15) by Maureen Empfield, M.D., and Nicholas Bakalar. A psychiatrist working with teenagers provides the latest scientific findings and information on treatment.
Stickin’ to, Watchin’ over, and Gettin’ with: An African American Parent’s Guide to Discipline (Oct., $17.95) by Howard Stevenson, Gwendolyn Davis and Saburah Abdul-Kabir presents a program of child-rearing from infancy to young adulthood.
The Baby Chronicles: A Make-Your-Own Record for New Moms-to-Be (Feb., $12.95) by Sue Dennen is a keepsake of late pregnancy and baby’s first year. 30,000 first printing. Ad/promo.
The Baffled Parent’s Guide to Teaching Your Children Good Manners: A Common Sense Approach (Oct., $14.95) by Laurie Berkenkamp and Steven C. Atkins covers the toddler through teen years.
Just Say Know: Talking with Kids About Drugs and Alcohol (Jan., $14.95) by Cynthia Kuhn, Scott Swartzwelder and Wilkie Wilson educates kids on the effects of alcohol and drugs in order for them to make healthy decisions on their own.
Understanding the Angry Child: Strategies for You and Your Child (Oct., $14.95) by Martha Hansen McManus and Shari Steelsmith addresses the serious issue of hard-to-control children.
Custody Chaos, Personal Peace (Oct., $13.95) by Jeffrey P. Wittmann. The cofounder of the Kids First program shows divorced parents how to keep the peace with ex-spouses, kids and themselves.
What I Wish You Knew: Letters from Our Daughters’ Lives and Expert Advice on Staying Connected (Sept., $12.95). More than 200 girls age 10 to 14 share their thoughts on issues important to them. 125,000 first printing.
Stay-at-Home Dads: The Essential Guide to Creating the New Family (Sept., $14) by Libby Gill provides a step-by-step blueprint for change.
Reprint: Easy to Love, Difficult to Discipline: The 7 Basic Skills for Turning Conflict into Cooperation (Jan., $13) by Becky A. Bailey. 40,000 first printing.
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Outnumbered (Oct., $14.95) by Rick Epstein. The syndicated parenting columnist observes the funny side of having kids.
Reprint: But I Love Him: Protecting Your Teen Daughter from Controlling, Abusive Dating Relationships (Sept., $13) by Jill Murray. 15,000 first printing.
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Snacktivities: 50 Edible Activities for Parents and Children (Oct., $12.95) by Mary Ann F. Kohl and Jean Potter contains recipes for fun from the fridge.
Your Vital Child (Nov., $19.95) by Mark and Angela Stengler. Two naturopaths give prevention and treatment advice for more than 300 common childhood conditions. 20,000 first printing.
The Expectant Mother’s Guide to Prescription and Nonprescription Drugs, Vitamins, Home Remedies, and Herbal Products (Nov., $13.95) by Donald L. Sullivan tells what to take—and what to avoid—when you’re expecting.
Am I Weird or Is This Normal?: Information and Advice to Help You Unload, Show Off Your Beauty, and Make You Strong (Sept., $13) by Marlin Potash and Laura Potash Fruitman with Lisa Sussman. A psychologist and her teenage daughter answer girls’ questions about adolescence.
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They’re Your Kids, Not Your Friends (Sept., $11.95) by Shirlee Smith. A mother of five and a foster parent of more than a dozen children shares practical parenting advice.
The Sports Medicine Bible for Young Athletes (Sept.; $19.95, cloth $29.95) by Lyle J. Micheli, M.D., with Mark Jenkins gives information on preventing and responding to children’s sports injuries.
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365 Manners Kids Should Know: Games, Activities, and Other Fun Ways to Help Children Learn Etiquette (Nov., $14.95) by Sheryl Eberly is a one-a-day etiquette primer.
What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Children’s Vaccinations: Hidden Dangers, Pros and Cons, and Safety Measures That Can Protect Your Child (Sept., $13.95) by Stephanie Cave, M.D., with Deborah Mitchell. Advertising. 25-city TV and radio satellite tour.
How to Keep Your Teenager out of Trouble and What to Do If You Can’t (Sept.; $12.95, cloth $22.95) by Neil Bernstein. A clinical psychologist gives tips for successful cohabitation with adolescents. 15-city author tour.
Reprint: What to Expect When You’re Expecting, 3rd Edition (Feb.; $14.95, cloth $24.95) by Arlene Eisenberg, Heidie E. Murkoff and Sandee E. Hathaway. 200,000 first printing. 20-city co-author tour.
Volume 248 Issue 33 08/13/2001
Fall 2001 Trade Paperbacks: Childcare & Parenting