Children Learn What They Live

Dorothy's insightful words are available in these books

Newly published
Mini eBook

Dorothy's non-rhyming poetry style flows in a unique way, making it easy to understand her heartfelt words of wisdom. This thought provoking and insightful book offers numerous one-liners in each and every poem - guiding us toward improving interaction with children.  

An inspiration to those raising and interacting with children of all ages

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(you can read these eBooks on any device with the Kindle App - available free at your devices App Store)

"Inspiring!  Love this sweet compilation of Dorothy's wisdom and compassion about children.  It is an enlightening and quick read that helps you step back from the busy pace of parenthood, and just contemplate your relationship with your children.  So many tidbits of knowledge that help you develop greater empathy and understanding of what's important in their lives, also inspires thinking of how we can achieve calm and perceptive parenting."
-- Rose McCallum, co-author of website and children's book:  The Watermelon Shield
"These books can help you become the parent you have always wanted to be, and raise the kind of children you can always be proud of."
-- Jack Canfield, co-author of Chicken Soup for the Parents Soul and Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul
Find your own parenting wisdom and draw out your child's immense inner resources

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eBook ~$8
Paperback ~$8
"With depth and clarity, Nolte and Harris remind us about the fundamental truth of parenting - it is both very simple and very difficult.  To be a good parent is to be a good person.  These books offer lessons we need to learn, relearn, and relearn."
-- Daniel Gottlieb, PhD, host, "Voices in the Family" WHYY-FM, Philadelphia Enquirer columnist, and family therapist.
Value, insight and common sense in the world of parents and teens
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eBook ~$11
​Paperback ~$11

"A breath of fresh air for anyone facing the challenge of parenting adolescents.  I highly recommend it."
-- Alvin F Poussaint, MD, Professor of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School and Judge Baker Children's Center, Boston, MA