“Choice and Structure for Children with Autism” by Colette McNeil

The perfect little book to help parents of autistic children manage the often-difficult time of quarantine. The author gives valuable insight and advice on how to handle the ups and downs of parenting during quarantine’s restrictions. … More “Choice and Structure for Children with Autism” by Colette McNeil

“Get Money Do Good” by J.D. Vermaas

“Get Money Do Good,” by Drs. Jodi and Garry Vermaas, is the memoir/biography of multi-millionaire humanitarians/social justice warriors who practice what they profess. They are the parents of thirteen children, (two biological, eleven adopted). Some were rescued from child trafficking or destitution, while others have a different story. This remarkable couple tells the story of how it all happened, how they opened their hearts, minds, and bank accounts to help children have a chance in life. … More “Get Money Do Good” by J.D. Vermaas

“And I’ll Never Love Him Less” by Candy Abbott

“And I’ll Never Love Him Less: Book 2: The Rest of the Story,” by Candy Abbott, is a follow-up to her book, “I’ve Never Loved Him More,” in which she tells the journey of her life with her husband, Drew, after his diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease. In this sequel, the author indeed tells the rest of the story, with great poignancy, humor, and care. This book is more than a memoir or a self-help guide relating to Alzheimer’s and caregiving. It’s a love story. A true romance that stands the test of time, and the test of illness. … More “And I’ll Never Love Him Less” by Candy Abbott

“All My Parents” by Nancy Henderson-James

“All My Parents: Seeking a Sense of Self in Family,” by Nancy Henderson-James, is a book to examine and reaffirm families of all kinds. In this part-memoir, part-parenting book, the author describes how the parenting style and family life of her missionary parents shaped and affected her, and how other people in her life contributed to the person she came to be. … More “All My Parents” by Nancy Henderson-James

Up, Not Down Syndrome by Nancy M. Schwartz

“Up, Not Down Syndrome: Uplifting Lessons Learned from Raising a Son With Trisomy 21”, by Nancy Schwartz, is part memoir, part self-help, and is a book that chronicles how her world changed the moment her new baby, Alex, was diagnosed with Down Syndrome, or Trisomy 21, and the lessons she learned about acceptance, love, and overcoming adversity, day by day. … More Up, Not Down Syndrome by Nancy M. Schwartz

“Parent Shift” by Linda and Ty Hatfield and Wendy Thomas Russell

PARENTSHIFTLinda and Ty Hatfield & Wendy Thomas RussellBrown Paper Press (2019)ISBN 9781941932100Reviewed by Rachel Dehning for Reader Views (12/19) “ParentShift: Ten Universal Truths that Will Change the Way you Raise your Kids” by Linda and Ty Hatfield and Wendy Thomas Russell is one of the newest parenting books on the market. The reason for the … More “Parent Shift” by Linda and Ty Hatfield and Wendy Thomas Russell