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Why We Fish
Reel Wisdom From Real Fishermen.

In Why We Fish, Robert Montgomery examines the reasons we keep going back to the water and how fishing enriches us, both individually and as a society.  Contributed by ten passionate anglers, the essays on these pages celebrate the tangible and intangible blessing we derive from one of man's oldest pastimes.

What is life all about?  Go fishing and find out.  But first, enjoy the wonderful essays in Why We Fish.

Robert discovered that we fish to remember, and we fish to forget.  We fish when we're happy, and when we're sad.  We fish to bond with friends and family, or to be alone.  Whatever our motivation, no matter where we are on the success spectrum, fishing makes our lives better in ways we never could have imagined.  It slows us down.  It sets us free.  It teaches us about nature, even while showing us how much we don't know.  And fishing becomes the foundation for our fondest memories.

Robert U. Montgomery

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6 x 9, paper, 222 pp.
ISBN 978-1-93524-78-2
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Slow Parenting Teens:
How to create a Positive, Respectful, and Fun Relationship with your Teenager

Based on a cutting edge approach from teen therapist Marti Woodward and teacher Molly Wingate, Slow Parenting Teens shifts the focus of parenting from teenagers' behavior to the relationship between parents and teens.  Using commonsense psychology, the authors provide real-life examples of fast and slow parenting.

Along with real-life examples of "fast" and "slow" parenting, they discuss how to set limits and punishments, how to deal with blended families, and how to slow parent teens who already face big problems.

No wonder Slow Parenting Teens is the parenting book recommended by teenagers!

Molly Wingate, M.A. & Marti Woodward, M.S.
5.5 x 8.5
, paper, 146 pp.
ISBN 978-1-935254-70-6
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I Do, Part 2
How to Survive Divorce, Co-Parent Your Kids, and Blend Your Families Without Losing Your Mind.

When you share custody of children, divorce can be a short-term tension headache, or a lifelong migraine.  If you don't want to blow all your money on pills, the two of you need to get along.  I Do, Part 2 is a funny, honest trounce through life post-divorce, helping people who produced a child together, then split, learn to navigate their complicated new lives.  Filled with practical advice for making nice with your ex and co-parenting without killing each other, I Do, Part 2 will help former mates find common ground, determine their parenting roles (somebody has to be bad cop), seamlessly weave in a new wife or husband, and create the biggest cheering section at your kids' soccer game.

Karen Buscemi
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5.5 X 8.5, paper, 158 pp.
ISBN 978-1-935254-36-2
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Room To Grow by Priscilla Dann-Courtney Ph.D

Stories Of Life And Family.

Priscilla Dann-Courtney's lyrical essays are timeless.  The issues she addresses are very much with us today, and always will be as long as we we have families.  How does a woman fulfill multiple roles as a mother, wife, career person, friend, athlete, artist, and daughter while maintaining her spiritual balance.  Priscilla's book is both a comfort and a blessing.

Priscilla Dann-Courtney Ph.D

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8.25 x 5, paper, 102 pp.
ISBN 978-1-935254-21-8
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 Song From Seoul by Shedrry McTee

A Daughter's Journey, a Mother's Story.

The true story of a Korean child, told from the heart of her adoptive mother.  Song From Seoul reveals the passion of one woman's longing, the unwavering patience of a father, and the power of love.

Sherry McTee

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6 x 9, paper, 128 pp.
ISBN 9743550-9-7
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