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PERSONAL & LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT | CHILDREN & FAMILIES
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PERSONAL & LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
“Dare to Lead” by Brené Brown explores the transformative power of vulnerability, empathy, and courage in the context of leadership. Through personal stories, research insights, and practical strategies, Brown inspires leaders to embrace their authentic selves, foster trust, and create more inclusive and innovative workplaces.
“Atlas of the Heart” by Brené Brown is a profound journey into the intricate landscape of human emotions, offering readers a comprehensive map to navigate their hearts and connections. Brown combines research, storytelling, and practical wisdom to help individuals foster empathy, resilience, and authentic relationships in an increasingly complex world.
“Braving the Wilderness” by Brené Brown is a compelling exploration of belonging, courage, and vulnerability in today’s divided world. Drawing on extensive research and personal experiences, Brown encourages readers to find their true selves, stand up for their beliefs, and forge authentic connections, even when it means venturing into the unknown and embracing their own wilderness.
CHILDREN & FAMILY
“Two Houses One Family” by Sheila Adams Gardner is a touching and insightful memoir that chronicles the author’s journey growing up with divorced parents who created a united and loving family despite living in separate households. Through her heartfelt storytelling, Gardner offers a poignant perspective on the power of resilience, love, and cooperation, demonstrating that a family can thrive and remain close-knit even in divorce.
“Made of Love” by Sheila Adams Gardner is a heartwarming children’s book highlighting the loving and cooperative efforts of unmarried parents raising their 3-year-old son. Through engaging rhymes and interactive activity pages, it beautifully illustrates that family bonds are strong and enduring, regardless of living arrangements.
“Dinosaurs Divorce” by Laurie Krasny Brown and Marc Brown is a sensitive and informative children’s book that explores the concept of divorce through the eyes of friendly dinosaur characters. With engaging illustrations and simple language, it helps young readers understand the emotions and changes that come with divorce, offering reassurance and guidance during a challenging time for families.
In “Two Homes” by Claire Masurel, a heartwarming children’s book, a young bear named Alex shares his experience of having two homes, one with each of his divorced parents. Through gentle storytelling and warm illustrations, the book provides comfort and reassurance to children in similar situations, emphasizing that love and a sense of belonging can be found in both places.