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Our library of parenting resources was built up in partnership with colleagues at the Family and Parenting Institute and named in honour of Richard Evans, the benefactor of the Artemis Trust, the first funder of Parenting UK. Richard Evans and his late wife, Gai, made an indispensible contribution to making available services that are respectful of parents and children.

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How to calm a challenging child.

A concise parenting guide with straitforward explanations of everyday family dynamics - tips on calming tempestuous situations to maintain a co-operative, happy and harmonious family.

Happy children through positive parenting

A parenting book that concentrates on the relationship rather than the mechnics of child-rearing; highlighting that what matters is helping children to grow up feeling secure and good about themselves, enabling them to gani positive self-esteem and self-reliance.

Settling you child in school: a parent's guide

A comprehensive guide for parents to help their children cross the gap between pre-school and school..

Positive not pushy: how to make the most of your child's potential

An easy to use guide with sensible advice on the practicalities and psychology of encouraging a talent while keeping children happy and well-balanced.

Teach yourself: bringing up happy children

A guide for parents with supportive advice and practical strategies. Understanding parenting styles and tackling difficult issues, establishing a warm environment.

Raising happy kids

Tools and tactics to help parents nurture self-confidence and self-reliance in children of all ages.

The manic mum's guide to magnificent parenting

a light-heard practical 7-week programme to help mums cope with parenting.

Time management for manic mums.

a 7-week plan for mums to manage their time better - practical and lighthearted.
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