| Changing Bodies, Changing Lives -- A book for teens on sex and relationships by Ruth Bell.
| Dawnas Handy Guide -- A teachers' manual with lessons that incorporate Christian philosophy and current scientifically proven lifestyle information.
| Facts for Life (UNICEF) -- Provides families and communities with essential information on low-cost ways to help prevent child deaths and diseases.
| Glenn Doman -- The founder of The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential. He and The Institutes are famous for their pioneering work with brain-injured children and for their work in early development for well children. Books offered by Gentle Revolution Press.
| Iris the Dragon Inc. -- A small publishing company specializing in children's illustrated books that deal with mental illness and brain disorders, their first book is called 'Catch A Falling Star'.
| Know Your Buddy Book -- Deals with children who, because of disease or otherwise, feel they are different, or may be treated as though they are different. Designed for children in kindergarten through sixth grade.
| My Dentist and the Tooth Fairy -- Activity and coloring book for children. Puzzles, mazes, math problems and coloring pages about their dentist, good dental health and fun with the tooth fairy.
| Out of Sync Child -- By Carol Stock Kranowitz, recognizing and coping with sensory integration dysfunction.
| Pi Communication Materials -- Books by Philip Eichten, speech pathologist, devoted to early childhood speech and language, emphasizing early intervention techniques to help increase baby/toddler talking, ages 1-3 years.
| Sillwee Wobbert, the Happy Heart Kid -- Dream Publishing is a new growing company that promotes the way children and adults stricken with a medical condition are coping with their fears.
| Terrorism and Kids: Comforting Your Child -- A book to help parents deal with children affected directly or indirectly by terrorism.
| Understanding Child Development Through Play -- Play plays an important factor in a child's all around development. Specialised play activities can help the special needs child. Information on ADD and muscle tone.