Tag Archives: books

Does My Child Have PTSD? What to Do When Your Child is Hurting from the Inside Out: A Book Review

This post is a review of Jolene Philo’s book Does My Child Have PTSD: What to Do When Your Child is Hurting from the Inside Out. I received a complimentary review copy, but the opinion expressed is fully my own. As always, I only share products/resources I deem to be beneficial to parents raising and homeschooling […]

Why Holiday Shopping for Homeschoolers is Different from Everyone Else on Your List: Tips for Family and Friends of Homeschoolers (+ the ULTIMATE Gift Guide!)

Please note that this post is laden with affiliate links. I will make a little commission if you choose to purchase through these links, but it will never cost you more. Rest assured that I did my homework when I put this list together for you. I looked for high-quality, relevant, original and easy-to-ship/ download/ […]

Every Child Welcome: A Ministry Handbook for Including Kids with Special Needs – A Review

This post is a review of Katie Wetherbee and Jolene Philo’s Every Child Welcome: A Ministry Handbook for Including Kids with Special Needs. I received a complimentary review copy, but knew there would be tremendous value in learning more about inclusion of children with special needs in our communities. The opinion expressed in this review is fully […]

Dads of Disability: A Book Review

This is a review of the book Dads of Disability: Stories for, by and about fathers of children who experience disability (and the women who love them!) collected and edited by Gary Dietz. Please note that I did not receive any compensation for this review. The opinion expressed in this piece is my honest viewpoint about a […]

4 Life Skills Book Recommendations for Parents of Children with Special Needs

This is the final part of the lifelong learning and long-term planning series. You can find part 1 here and part 2 here. It’s also part of the book recommendation series. This list includes my recommendations for parents of children special needs looking for guidance in teaching their children life skills. According to Dictionary.com, life […]