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Rapid Reviews: September 2022

Short on time, but want to know what some of the new books available to borrow are about? Check out these rapid reviews. They give you a super quick overview of each book.

Never Fear Falling Again – fall prevention; simple and easy exercises for fall prevention that will make you feel safer in 28 days.

Self-love for Kids – a parent’s guide to raising independent, happy kids through the use of 100+ activities to help your child develop self-love.

Shout NO! – increase safety for our children without increasing fear.

Booth – a beautifully written look at a complicated family that failed to save one of their own from himself.

Neighbors with No Doors – book about the homeless that is grounded in a straight-forward sense of humanity and teaches us the role of advocacy.

Reading Magic – teaches us how children learn to read and how we can instill a lifelong love of reading.

Emotionally Resilient Tweens and Teens – a hands-on tool for parents and kids navigating social challenges and the instances of teasing, bullying, social exclusion and marginalization that unfortunately accompany them.

Children Under Fire – shines a light on America’s gun violence crisis and efforts to manage children’s trauma in the wake of shootings.

Stand Your Ground – teaches kids that they can build self-confidence and esteem and survive peer pressure and bullying.

The Monster’s Bones – the most important fact learned from dinosaurs is that “the climate always wins”. This book meticulously reseraches history and reads like a thriller.

Being There – traces the story of a man from nowhere, who has no qualities and rises to become an heir to a Wall Street tycoon and a media icon. His response to popular concerns is heralded as visionary but no one is sure what he is saying. This is a satiric look at the unreality of American media culture.

Cinderella Ate My Daughter – a wake-up call for parents that reveals the dark side of a pretty pink culture confronting girls at every turn as they mature into adults.

The Bickersons on CD – radio show from 1946 that portrays John and Blanche Bickerson as a married couple in a constant verbal war.

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