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Emily M Morgan

Emily M Morgan is a parenting consultant, author, speaker and mother.

  Four Parenting Styles: Which One Are You?  Jigna Doshi   At a sleepover a few weeks ago, I was chatting with my daughter and her friends as they made tents and forts with bedcovers in the...

                Caleb’s Cab A quirky book for middle primary students written by Sally Chomet, illustrated by Sylvain Chomet and published by Walker Books. Also...

Six Ways for Single Moms to Celebrate Valentine’s Day by Michelle Peterson Photo by Pixabay   For a single mom, Valentine’s Day can easily be a day loaded with emotion and wistfulness. If you’re...

When the Lyrebird Calls: Review   Written by Kim Kane, author of other award-winning and highly commended books. Published by Allen and Unwin in Australia, and aimed at audiences from ten to thirteen....

INTJ Parenting  G. Runo   It all started some time back when I was going through my Facebook timeline. A friend who had been very busy posted how she was so tired of it all, and needed to find a cottage...

  How to Instill Respect in Your Children  G. Runo   We have all come across that child: The teenager who has attitude and is not afraid to use inappropriate language while addressing adults; the...

  Habits that Destroy Family Relationships  G. Runo   It’s the little things that count in relationships. A hug in a time of need, showing up even when you are busy and a bouquet of flowers...

Raymie Nightingale: Review  Or buy it here on Book Depository. A early teen/tween novel by Kate DiCamillo, published by Walker Books. Set in the summer of 1975 in small town USA, it is a tale of learning,...

Timmy Failure: The Book You’re Not Supposed to Have: Review  or buy it here on Book Depository. The fifth in a series written and illustrated by Stephan Pastis and published by Walker. The series...

  How Not to Shout at Your Child  G. Runo   In an ideal world, we would be in perfect harmony with our children at all times. We would always be on good terms and neither parent nor child would...