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Black Pearls – Colin & Paul Tatz
Anxious Kids – Michael Grose & Jodi Richardson
They’ll be Okay – Collett Smart
Mothering Our Boys - Maggie Dent
Raising Boys – Steve Biddulph
The Boy Crisis – Warren Farrell
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Coming up…

May 23: Anxious Kids
Michael Grose … in conversation with Bill Kable

Anxious Kids brings key knowledge on why anxiety happens, why anxiety has been described as an epidemic in our children and practical ways to remain calm. Michael Grose is the co-author of this new book and he brings to today’s program all his expertise as one of Australia’s leading parenting and education writers and speakers. The author of eleven books for parents he shows the way to make our children resilient and able to develop the emotional intelligence needed to blossom in this changing society.

 

May 30: Black Pearls
Colin & Paul Tatz … in conversation with Bill Kable

With Black Pearls, Colin and Paul Tatz have written more than a book documenting Aboriginal and Islander sports successes. The book is also an unusual Hall of Fame. In crediting our sports stars the book reveals a history of inclusion and exclusion, Aboriginal and Islander determination in the face of enormous obstacles and resilience in overcoming remoteness and discriminatory laws in 36 sports over 166 years. These sporting stars had more than their opponents on the playing field to defeat.


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