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Read to Me
(Mar., $16.95) by Gloria Rolton is a guide to reading aloud to young children.

The Complete Guide to Pregnancy After 30
(Mar., $17.95) by Carol Winkelman is an 800-page source of practical information, cutting-edge research and advice. 45,000 first printing.

Make Your Kids Smarter: 50 Top Teacher Tips for Grades K to 8
(May, $9.95) by Ed D. Karres and Erika V. Shearin helps to sharpen a child's academic skills through drills, exercises and activities. 30,000 first printing.

A+ Education: Choosing the Best School Option for Your Child
(Apr., $11.99) by William Eckenwiler discusses the educational choices of public, private or home-based schooling.

Reprint: Best Friends, Worst Enemies: Understanding the Social Lives of Children
(Aug., $14) by Michael Thompson and Catherine O'Neill Grace with Lawrence Cohen.

American Academy of Pediatrics New Mother's Guide to Breastfeeding
(Aug., $13.95) by Joan Younger Meek, M.D., provides step-by-step information on what to do, from prenatal preparation to weaning. Advertising.

The Sixty-Minute Mother: An Hour of Reading for a Lifetime of Love
(Mar., $8.99) by Rob and Dianne Parsons journeys into the world of working moms, stay-at-home moms, single-parent moms and more.

The Patience of a Saint: How Faith Can Sustain You During Tough Times in Parenting
(Mar., $12.95) by Charlene C. Giannetti and Margaret Sagarese offers parents a prayerful solution to dealing with the woes of adolescence.

The No-Cry Sleep Solution: Gentle Ways to Help Your Baby Sleep Through the Night
(Mar., $14.95) by Elizabeth Pantley provides parents with strategies for overcoming nap-time and nighttime problems.

Model Mommy: Vendela's Plan for Emotional Support, Exercise, and Eating Right After Having a Baby (Apr., $19.95) by Vendela. The international supermodel shares her postpartum recovery plan with new mothers.

Johnson's Child Development: Your Baby from Birth to 6 Months
; ... Your Baby from 6 to 12 Months; ... Your Toddler from 1 to 2 Years; ... Your Toddler from 2 to 3 Years (July, $7.95 each) is a new reference series aimed to help parents nurture and stimulate their child's physical, cognitive and emotional development.

Open Embrace: A Protestant Couple Rethinks Contraception
(Mar., $12) by Sam and Bethany Torode advocates natural family planning as an alternative to the use of contraception.

Baby Love: Everything You Need to Know About Your New Baby
(May, $19.95) by Robin Barker. A registered nurse-midwife shares advice on caring for baby from birth through the first year.

The Mighty Toddler: The Essential Guide to the Toddler Years (May, $19.95) by Robin Barker covers five key areas of the toddler world: growth and development, day-to-day care, common illnesses and another baby.

GEMS (GREAT EXPLORATIONS IN MATH AND SCIENCE)Spark Your Child's Success in Math and Science: Practical Advice for Parents (July, $17.95) by Jacqueline Barber, Nicole Parizeau and Lincoln Bergman is a guide to parent involvement in a child's academic success. 15,000 first printing. Ad/promo. Author appearances.

First Art: Art Experiences for Toddlers and Twos
(Apr., $14.95) by MaryAnn F. Kohl. Art projects start children on a journey of creativity and exploration.

The Complete Book of Rhymes, Songs, Poems, Fingerplays & Chants (Apr., $24.95) by Jackie Silberg and Pam Schiller is a collection of rhythm and rhyme games geared for children ages three to six.

It's Not That Complicated: The Twelve Rules for Raising Happy, Self-Reliant Children
(Apr., $10.95) by Douglas Peine takes a commonsense approach to child-rearing. 50,000 first printing.

Reality Quest: Teens Takin' on the Facts (Apr., $12.95) by Donna K. Wells and Bruce C. Morris provides teens with facts on issues such as peer pressure, violence and drugs, while encouraging them to reason through to their own conclusions. 50,000 first printing. Ad/promo. Author tour.

Baby Om: Yoga for Mothers and Babies
(June, $16) by Laura Staton and Sarah Perron teaches yoga to moms and their infants to practice anytime and anywhere. Author appearances.

Putting Family Life First (Aug., $14) by William J. Doherty and Barbara Z. Carlson. The founders of Family Life 1st offer tips for balanced, meaningful relationships at home. Author appearances.

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Two Jobs, No Life: Learning to Balance Work and Home
(May, $13.95) by Peter Marshall focuses on ways to establish priorities so the entire family benefits.

Reprint: The Pregnancy Book: A Month-by-Month, Everything You Need to Know from America's Baby Experts
(Apr., $13.95) by William Sears, M.D., and Martha Sears with Linda Hughey Holt, M.D.

The Secret of Happy Children
(May, $12.95) by Steve Biddulph instructs parents in the art of communicating with their children from babyhood to their teens.

A Parent's Guide to Homeschooling
(Apr., $22.95) by Tamra Orr answers common questions. $15,000 ad/promo.

A Parent's Guide to School Projects (May, $17.95) by Kathie Weir offers advice on stocking craft supplies, tips on completing projects and more.

How to Raise Totally Awesome Kids
(June, $12.99) by Chuck and Jenni Borsellino. The hosts of TV's At Home--Live! help parents model principle-centered lives for their children, and still have time for romance.

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"Mom, the Toilet's Clogged!" Kid Disasters and How to Fix Them: A Go Parents! Guide
(Apr., $11.95) by Lauri Berkenkamp solves common, child-induced household problems. Advertising. Author tour.

Talking to Your Kids About Sex: A Go Parents! Guide (Aug., $14.95) by Lauri Berkenkamp and Steven C. Atkins helps parents to understand what and when children are ready to know.

Teaching Your Child Positive Discipline
(Mar., $12.95) by Penny A. Shore. In this new parenting series, this book offers a constructive approach to teaching children proper behavior

The New Public School Parent: How to Get the Best Education for Your Elementary School Child
(Aug., $14) by Bob Chase with Bob Katz. Chase, the two-term president of the nation's largest teachers' union assists parents in navigating the early years of school. Ad/promo. Author tour.

Bridging the Gap: Raising a Child with Nonverbal Learning Disorder
(Apr., $14.95) by Rondalyn Varney Whitney. A pediatric occupational therapist outlines practical suggestions.

Stop Negotiating with Your Teen: Strategies for Parenting Your Angry, Manipulative, Moody, or Depressed Adolescent (Aug., $TBA) by Janet Sasson Edgette provides tools for coping with the difficult teen years.

Bouncing Back After Your Pregnancy: What You Need to Know About Recovering from Labor and Delivery and Caring for Your New Family
(Mar., $14) by Glade Curtis, M.D., and Judith Schuler covers the eight to 12 weeks of postpartum adjustment.

But How'd I Get in There in the First Place?: Talking to Your Young Child About Sex (Apr., $14) by Deborah Roffman advises on how to discuss sex with impressionable children.

Parenting the Hurt Child: Helping Adoptive Families Heal and Grow
(Apr., $22) by Gregory C. Keck and Regina M. Kupecky explains how to successfully raise an adopted, emotionally tender child.

Positive Discipline for Childcare Providers
(Aug., $16.95) by Jane Nelsen and Cherly Erwin offers a proven method for tending children when they're away from home.

Neat Moms, Messie Kids: A Survival Guide
(Mar., $11.99) by Sandra Felton outlines a simple system to encourage children to adopt neat and clean habits.

Raising Healthy Children in a Toxic World
(Mar., $12.95) by Philip J. Landrigan, M.D., Herbert L. Needleman, M.D., and Mary Landrigan addresses child exposure to lead, asbestos, pesticides and more.

Bad Attitude (Aug., $14.95) by Audrey Ricker with Brian L. Cabin, M.D., looks to diet for improving a child's attitude in as little as one week. 30,000 first printing.

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Free Stuff and Good Deals for Your Kids
(Apr., $12.95) by Linda Bowman offers a parenting bargain resource on free and reduced-cost health care, arts and crafts, magazines, travel and more.

The Wild Rumpus: A Mother's Tale from the Trenches
(May, $15.95) by Ayun Halliday looks at raising children in New York City's ultrahip East Village. Ad/promo.

Baby's First Tattoo: A Memory Book for Modern Parents
(May, $12.95) by Jim Mullen, illus. by Barry Blitt, is an irreverent scrapbook for new parents serving up such fill-in-the-blank categories as "Restaurants We Never Go To Anymore" and "First Irreplaceable Heirloom You Broke."

Great Sex for Moms: Ten Steps to Nurturing Passion While Raising Kids
(May, $13) by Valerie Davis Raskin, M.D., offers advice from a physician/mom on reclaiming sexuality at all stages of motherhood. TV/radio satellite tour.

"I'll Never Have Sex with You Again!": Tales from the Delivery Room (May, $12) by Larry Bleidner and Irene Zutell presents 100 humorous behind-the-scenes birth tales from ordinary folk and celebrities. TV/radio satellite tour.

Your Child, Bully or Victim: Understanding and Ending Schoolyard Tyranny (May, $13) by Peter Sheras and Sherill Tippins lays out a plan for detecting and dealing with bullying. Radio satellite tour.

Raising a Good Kid
(Mar., $11.95) by John F. Smith urges parents to avoid a fear-based approach to raising teens and instead develop an appreciation for a child's innate goodness.

Go Girl!
(Apr.; $16.95, cloth $24.95) by Hannah Storm and Mark Jenkins encourages girls to get involved in sports and explains how parents can be more supportive of their efforts. 50,000 first printing.

The Parenting Bible (May, $14.95) by Robin Goldstein answers common questions about raising children from birth through age 13.

The Visitation Handbook
(May, $18.95) by Brett McWhorter Sember assists both custodial and noncustodial parents in learning to live with the changes after a divorce.

Teen Rights (Aug., $22.95) by Traci Truly explains teens' legal responsibilities, rights and what they can do if those rights are abused or revoked.

Raising a Team Player: A Coach's Passionate Argument for Lasting Values Learned on the Field, on the Court, and on the Bench
(Apr., $14.95) by Harry Sheehy with Danny Peary espouses the values of the work ethic, sportsmanship and character to prepare adolescents for life's challenges.


God at the Kitchen Table: Teaching Your Religious and Moral Beliefs to Your Children (Mar., $13) by Scott Cooper is a nondenominational guide to weaving spirituality and God consciousness into home life.

The Parent's Guide to Teen Health Care
(Mar., $14.99) by Paul Reisser, M.D., et al. addresses many health issues facing adolescents today.

Homeschooling for Success: How Parents Can Create a Superior Education for Their Child
(July, $15.95) by Rebecca Kochenderfer and Elizabeth Kanna. The founders of the Web site serve up a nondenominational guide to this fast-growing trend in education. Advertising.

A Will of His Own: One Mother's Reflections on Autism
(May, $16.95) by Kelly Harland is a collection of essays revealing the challenges and joys of raising an autistic boy.