I hope that by now you’ve seen our announcement that books 2 and 3 in the “Easy to Love” series are in the works. Continue reading
You spoke, we listened! The folks who have created Easy to Love but Hard to Raise: Real Parents, Challenging Kids, True Stories, are now seeking submissions for the next book in the series: Easy to Love but Hard to Teach!
If there’s one thing all parents of kids who are easy to love but hard to raise share, and that’s a problem with SCHOOL. Our square pegs just don’t fit into the round hole that is traditional education and it’s a daily struggle in many of our homes to find a way to make peace with how to get our kids to learn to read, write, do math, get along with kids, and to avoid the dreaded call…
We are seeking essays from parents, teachers, administrators, guidance counselors, experts, and anyone else involved in the process of educating children with brain-based disabilities like ADHD, ADD, ODD, OCD, PDD, PBD, ASD, FASD, SPD etc. etc. We are not looking for how-tos, but essays about your feelings as caregiver, teacher, helped, facilitator.
For full details, please see the call for submissions on our publisher’s website.