The Best Single Mom in the World By Mary Zisk A little girl and her adoptive mother tell the story of how they became a family.
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These books can help you and your children handle various aspects of life in a single-parent family.1. Byer A guide for parents who find themselves back in the dating game.3.
Always at the forefront is the goal of strengthening families. "This book will help you see beyond the tingly feelings to determine if a dating partner will help you form a healthy family." --from the foreword by Dr.
Dennis Rainey, President, Family Life "In Dating and the Single Parent, Ron Deal points out the common pitfalls and gives wise counsel in how to navigate the waters.I highly recommend it."--Gary Chapman, Ph D, author, The Five Love Languages"You can trust Ron Deal to shoot straight with you about kids, dating, and finding lasting love."--Dr.Positive Discipline for Single Parents By Jane Nelsen, Cheryl Erwin, and Carol Delzer Provides strategies for raising children who are responsible, respectful, and resourceful.2. The Single Mother's Survival Guide By Patrice Karst Offers earthy bits of inspiration and quick survival checklists for everything from dealing with exhaustion to being a happy single mom.4.The Single Parent Resource By Brook Noel with Art Klein Provides strategies for helping single parents get organized, manage a household, balance work and family, create a financial plan, find high-quality child care, and develop a support network.1. By Jeanne Warren Lindsay A mother sensitively answers her young boy's questions about his father.2.My Really Cool Baby Book By Todd Parr A colorful, quirky baby book that kids and parents can look at and fill in together.It's designed for use by traditional, nontraditional, and single-parent families.3.