Coming Up – AFN

08/21/15
R.J. Licata, author of 100 Lessons for Joey.
Topic:
100 things to teach your son (or daughter).
Issues: A collection of heartfelt advice on the importance of following one’s dreams and being a person of high character. This book is not only a loving tribute from a dad to his son, it is a thorough and timeless guide that will inspire a person of any age or walk of life to become the absolute best they can be. It serves as a reminder to us all that life is what we make it, and that there are no limits to our potential—except those we place on ourselves. Motivating and moving, “Lessons for Joey” will make you laugh, it will make you cry, and it will help you to realize that there is but one thing in this world more powerful than any other: love.


Robert Zeitlin, author of Laugh More, Yell Less.
Topic:
A guide to raising kick-ass kids.
Issues:Dr. Robert Zeitlin has dedicated the last 20 years to raising his kids, helping the children under his care, and working with parents to raise the children that the future needs. With his wife Betsy, Robert has raised two amazing teens who are kicking ass and taking names. Working in schools, with parents in his community, and through his clinical practice, Robert has maximized his background in Clinical Psychology to create family and school cultures that produce courageous leaders and communicators.

08/28/15
Jeffrey Bernstein, author of 10 Days to a Less Defiant Child.
Topic:
The breakthrough program for overcoming your child’s difficult behavior.
Issues: Grasping why your child acts defiantly; understanding your defiant child; avoiding the yelling trap; rising above power struggles; reinforcing positive Changes in your child; discipline without desperation; and much more.

Amy McCready, author of The Me, Me, Me Epidemic.
Topic:
A guide to raising capable, grateful kids in an over-entitled world
Issues: Signs that you may have an entitlement problem in your home; how to hand over age-appropriate decision making; how to cut back on giving in; offering real-life support to your kids; and much more.

09/04/15
Barry M. Prizant, author of Uniquely Human.
Topic:
A different way of seeing autism.
Issues: We usually see autism as a checklist of deficits. But in this groundbreaking book, one of the world’s leading experts in the field portrays autism not as a tragic disability but as a unique way of being human.

Jan Eby, Laurie Mobilio, Lynn Noel, and Cindy Summers, coauthors of The Grammie Guide.
Topic
: Activities and answers for grandparents today.
Issues: Indoor and outdoor activities; reminders on child-development ages and stages; safety guidelines; grandparenting at a distance; music, books, and art for young children; and more