It’s 20 August 2018, late summer in Stockholm, and it feels incredibly hot in the city. The TV news is reporting rising temperatures, and there have been numerous fires throughout Sweden. Fifteen-year-old Greta Thunberg decides she can’t wait any longer: politicians have to do something to save the environment – she takes a placard to go on strike and sparks a global movement. This is her story, but also that of many other girls and boys around the world willing to fight against the indifference of the powerful for a better future.
A gentle guide for parents and educators to help foster a love of reading in children from birth and beyond. Award-winning teacher librarian Megan Daley unpacks twenty years of experience in children’s literature in this personable and accessible guide, enhanced with up-to-date research and firsthand accounts from well-known Australian children’s authors. Megan says, ‘creating “a culture of reading in your home encourages self-awareness, kindness and empathy, reduces stress and opens up new worlds and ways of thinking.’ Easy to follow, practical, and bursting with great book recommendations, activity ideas and more, Raising Readers is essential reading.
All by Myself & Rocking It! articulates what it takes to rock it on your own through a combination of mindset and practical advice that is easy to read and easy to implement. Ideal for any parent who is single due to loss or separation and who is ready to make a change. The book will help you gain insights into managing the single parent journey and move you from feeling powerless to feeling empowered. A must-read with simple messages and techniques for anyone needing support to create a life of their choosing.
From Jill Stark, author of Happy Never After, comes this practical book of tips to help guide you through the tough times. This is a self-care manual for days when you feel alone — days when you worry that you’re too broken or unfixable to be normal. With com-passion, humour, and honesty, Jill offers signposts to help you find the path back to yourself. Whether you’re having a bad day, or a run of bad days that seems never-ending, When You’re Not OK is an emotional first-aid kit for your body, mind, and soul, written by someone who’s been there too.
Children are our greatest teachers; they bring us unimaginable joy but also trigger our deepest fears and subconscious patterns. In this book, Robin helps us to explore those fears and patterns in a gentle, supported process. With self-awareness, we are able to recognise when we have been triggered, and by taking the Inner Child Journey, we can release these old wounds. Step by step, we can understand our own childhood, and inturn, understand our children better. Through this Journey, we can become more conscious, mindful and present with our children, our family, and our friends. Inner child work is some of the most important that we will ever do, this book is essential for all parents, and professionals who work with children. Reviewed by Nurture xo
Hey Mamas, I wrote this book as I was introducing foods to my 1st son, Jet. I was shocked to read the out-dated advice compared to what we now know today aboutgut health, natu-ral immunity & allergies and intoler-ances. Being a Naturopath & Nutri-tionist I knew it was vital to get these early years of food optimal to set my children up for the future, espe-cially to avoid the greatly concerning rise of health conditions in children. This book is research-evidence based, includes recipes and your week-to-week guide through this vital chapter for your bub. I’m sure by following my book you will have healthy happy children that love food as my two boys do.