Division of Labor for Working Couples + What Are Indigo Children

Interviews with Sharon Meers, coathor of “Getting to 50/50,” about why two careers are better than one and how working parents can have it all; and Dawn Healy, author of “Energetic Keys to Indigo Children,” on recognizing “indigo” children, who tend to be highly sensitive, hyperactive, creative, but defiant.

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Overcoming Stereotypes about Girls + Conquering Infertility

Interviews with Melissa Atkins Wardy, author of “Redefining Girly,” about how parents can fight the stereotyping and sexualizing of girlhood—and how to get your friends and family on board; and Jennifer Hanin, author of “What to Do When You Can’t Get Pregnant,” about advances in treatment protocols, products, and other resources to help couples overcome infertility.

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Engaging and Keeping Kids Involved in Sports–Especially Baseball

Interview with Steve Nicollerat, founder of Coach Baseball Right (coachbaseballright.com) about engaging and keeping kids interested in sports (and baseball in particular)

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Positive Discipline Tools + Coach Baseball Right

Interviews with Jane Nelson, coauthor of “Positive Discipline Parenting Tools,” on the most effective methods to stop power struggles, build communication, and raise empowered, capable kids; and with Steve Nicollerat, founder of Coach Baseball Right (coachbaseballright.com), on engaging and keeping kids interested in sports (and baseball in particular).

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Snot Sandwiches, Dragon Eggs, and other Gross and Magical Science Experiments

An interview with Joy Masoff, author of “Oh, Ick!” and John Austin, author of “Labcraft Wizards,” about using grossness, disgustingness, magic, and wizardry to make science fun.

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Resurrecting the Undead Adolescent + Making Science Fun

Interviews with David Henderson, author of “My Teenage Zombie,” about motivating teenagers; and with Joy Masoff, author of “Oh, Ick!” and John Austin, author of “Labcraft Wizards,” about using grossness, disgustingness, magic, and wizardry to make science fun.

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Raising Accountable Kids + Combatting Cruelty and Building Respect

Interviews with John Miller, author of “Raising Accountable Kids,” about asking the real questions behind the questions kids ask; and with Michele Borba, author of “The 6 Rs of Bullying Prevention,” about what really works to promote positive behavior in schools and at home.

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