Wiscasset Public Library has received a donation of several books to help parents raise their children free of substance abuse.
Library Director, Pam Dunning and Healthy Lincoln County Coordinatior, Patricia Buck-Welton at the donation display.
Healthy Lincoln County has entered substance abuse partnerships with several area libraries’ Their mission is to strengthen communities to support alcohol and drug free youth. They are doing this by providing resources to parents. The books have been donated and are now available for check-out from Wiscasset Public Library. Look for this collection in the display case at the front circulation desk.
100 Tips for Parent Raising Drug-Free Kids b Aletha Solter
Anxious Kids Anxious Parents: 7 ways to stop the worry cycle and raise courageous & independent children by Reid Wilson and Lynn Lyons
Building Resilience, I Children and Teens: Giving kids roots and wings by Kenneth Ginsburg, with Martha Jablow
Buzzed: the straight facts about the most used and abused drugs from alcohol to ecstasy by Cynthia Kuhn, Scott Swartzwelder and Wilkie Wilson
College Success Guaranteed: 5 rules to make it happen by Malcolm Gauld
Get Out of My Life, but First Can You Drive Me and Cheryl to the Mall by Anthony Wolf
Getting to Calm: Cool-headed strategies for parenting tweens + teens by Laura A. Kastner and Jennifer Wyatt
How to Raise a Drug Free Kid: the straight dope for parents; What kids don’t reveal and what parents need to know by Joseph Califano Jr
I’d Listen to My Parents if They’d Just Shut Up: What to say and not say when parenting teens by Anthony E. Wolf
NutureShock: New thinking about children by Po Bronson and Ashley Merryman
Parent, Teacher, Mentor, Friend: how every adult can change kids’ lives by Peter Benson
The Parent’s 20-minute guide: a quick guide for parents about how to help their children change their substance use
Playing with Anxiety: Casey’s guide for teens and kids by Reid Wilson and Lynn Lyons
Positive Discipline: the classic guide to helping children develop self-discipline, responsibility, cooperation, and problem-solving skills.
The Price of Privilege: How parental pressure and material advantage are creating a generation of discontented and unhappy kids by Madeline Levine
Sparks: How parents can help ignite the hidden strengths of teenagers by Peter Benson
Staying Connected to Your Teenager: How to keep them talking to you and how to hear what they’re really saying by Michael Riera
The Teenage Brain: a neuroscientist’s survival guide to raising adolescents and young adults by Frances Jensen with Amy Ellis Nutt
Uncommon Sense for Parents with Teenagers by Michael Riera
What Adults Need to Know about Kids and Substance Abuse: Dealing with alcohol and other drugs by Katherine Sadler