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Mar 23rd

Wooden: A Lifetime of Observations and Reflections On and Off the Court (McGraw-Hill)

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Legendary coach John Wooden whose UCLA basketball dynasty won ten March Madness national championships is considered by many to be the greatest coach in America’s history. How he did it and what he viewed as ultimate success on and off the court is the subject of his best-selling memoir WOODEN: A Lifetime of Observations and […]

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Oct 10th

It’s Not About the Grades

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by Genevieve Anderson Madeline Levine’s second book “Teach Your Children Well: Parenting for Authentic Success” will warm most parents’ hearts.  Her first, bestselling book “The Price of Privilege” was a compelling if slightly disheartening read — in it she describes the psychological and emotional fallout of excessive emphasis on scholastic performance and intrusive parenting common […]

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Mar 18th

9 Ways to Connect with Your Teen

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by Susan Sachs Lipman As the author of a book on Slow Parenting, parents often ask me if it’s too late to connect or re-connect with their teens. The good news? It’s not. If you’ve already established some nice routines and favorite activities, this can be a great time to continue or adjust them. Even […]

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