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What Great Parents Do

by Erica Reischer, PhD; read by Callie Beaulieu

A golden rule book to parenting best practices, What Great Parents Do concisely presents key strategies to help parents reshape kids' challenging behaviors, create strong family bonds, and guide children toward becoming happy, kind, responsible adults. Learn More
How to Raise a Wild Child

Scott D. Sampson; read by Sean Runnette

American children today spend 90 percent less time playing outdoors than their parents did; instead, they spend an average of 7 hours a day interacting with a screen. Scott Sampson asserts that not only does exposure to nature help relieve stress, depression, and attention deficits, it also reduces bullying and helps to boost academic scores Learn More
How to Raise a Drug-free Kid

Joseph A. Califano Jr.; read by James Yaegashi

The highly acclaimed comprehensive guide to getting your child through the formative pre-teen, teen, and college years drug-free?now completely revised and updated. Learn More
NPR Driveway Moments Love Stories

NPR; hosted by Kelly McEvers

NPR presents tales about the love we share: unforgettable stories of unlikely matches, love lost and found, the ties that bind families together, and of course romance. Learn More
On Immunity

Eula Biss; read by Tamara Marston

Why do we fear vaccines? National Book Critics Circle Award winning author Eula Biss offers a provocative examination of a flashpoint issue in our modern age, illuminated by the invaluable context provided by our scientific, mythological and literary past. Learn More
Ties That Bind

Hosted by Dave Isay; as told by StoryCorps participants

Celebrating ten years of StoryCorps, this collection reflects the depth and diversity of the over 45,000 interviews in the organization’s archives. Learn More
The Tell

Matthew Hertenstein; read by David Drummond

Is the candidate you’re thinking of voting for reliable? Will the person you’re dating be a compatible spouse? Is that guy on the street going to ask for directions or assault you? To make a reasonable prediction, you’ve got to be able to spot “the tell.” Learn More
The Introvert Advantage

Marti Olsen Laney, Psy.D.; read by Tamara Marston

The Introvert Advantage will boost the confidence of the one in four persons who are introverts while teaching them strategies for living successfully in an extrovert world. Learn More
Car Talk: Why You Should Never Listen to Your Father When It Comes to Cars

Tom and Ray Magliozzi

Tom and Ray Magliozzi, a.k.a. Click and Clack, know a lot about cars. They also know a lot about fathers, having had one of their own (his name was Louis). Learn More
Duct Tape Parenting

Vicki Hoefle; read by the author

A witty, straight-shooting parenting book to help parents build a solid relationship with their kids, improve childrens behavior and decision-making, and prepare kids to steer their own futures—while laughing a little along the way. Learn More
NPR Driveway Moments for Dads

NPR; hosted by Scott Simon

Weekend Edition Saturday's Scott Simon hosts these stories that captures the essence of fatherhood. Learn More
All There Is

hosted by Dave Isay; as told by StoryCorps participants

Moving, uplifting, real-life stories from everyday Americans, gathered by StoryCorps and heard on NPR’s Morning Edition. Learn More
This I Believe: Life Lessons

Edited by Dan Gediman with John Gregory and Mary Jo Gediman; written and read by an ensemble cast

An AudioFile Best Audiobooks of the Year Selection and Earphones Award Winner

Moving and powerful first-person stories explore the beliefs and principles by which Americans live and the universal truths they have learned. Heard on public radio, they offer wisdom, guidance, and inspiration for any and all. Learn More
We've Got Issues

Judith Warner; read by Kirsten Potter

In her provocative book, New York Times bestselling author Judith Warner explores the storm of debate over whether we are overdiagnosing and overmedicating our children who have “issues.” Learn More
For Better

Tara Parker-Pope; read by Cassandra Campbell


A Library Journal Best Audiobooks of the Year Winner

When you look at the actual science, there’s more hope for marriage than superficial media coverage of divorce rates would indicate. Parker-Pope shares some of that science for both successful couples who want to stay that way and troubled couples who want to turn their marriage around. Learn More
Motherhood

Garrison Keillor; performed by Garrison Keillor, Tom Keith, Tim Russell, Sue Scott, and an ensemble cast

A Prairie Home Companion celebrates motherhood as only they can: with equal parts laughter and love—and maybe just a little guilt. Learn More
To Hell with All That

Caitlin Flanagan; read by Julia Fletcher

Presented as a series of essays, it follows the natural course of women’s lives. Learn More
Secrets of the Baby Whisperer

Tracy Hogg with Melinda Blau; read by Tracy Hogg

There is nothing so joyous as the birth of the child—and, all too often, nothing so confusing, intimidating, and downright terrifying for the new parents. “Why won't she stop crying? How can I get him to go to sleep? If breastfeeding is nature's way, why isn't it easier?” Learn More
NPR Driveway Moments Moms

Hosted by Peter Sagal

These select stories from NPR’s vast archives capture the essence of motherhood. Stories from favorite correspondents and commentators like Susan Stamberg, Robert Krulwich, and Kevin Kling join interviews with “ordinary” moms in this celebration of all that is extraordinary, funny, warm, and heart-touching—all that is mom. Learn More
Loving Your Child Is Not Enough

Nancy Samalin with Martha Moraghan Jablow; read by Nancy Samalin

This classic resource shows parents how to set clear, concise guidelines to ensure positive and constructive discipline. Learn More
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