Here are a few curated ideas for families. We have a much larger selection in our Phase Shop (think "toddler phase", "teen phase"...and everything in between!) Our Phase Shop is usually open on Sunday mornings and you can shop titles for all ages and stages of the kids in your life, along with some fun reads, movies and magazine. 


  • parent Cue

    Parent Cue is a Christian website and app focused on resourcing parents, grandparents and guardians as they raise children and teens. This is an awesome resource that includes blogs, podcasts, books and many other helpful links.

    Get the App: Apple App Store roundedappstore  or Google Play roundedgoogleplay

  • Happily Family

    Happily Family is a parenting website including free articles and interviews with experts in child and adolescent development as well as access to free and paid workshops. Happily Family is passionate about helping parents communicate effectively with their kids.

  • Mind Yeti

    Mind Yeti teaches children and families how to relax, focus, and show more compassion to ourselves and others through mindfulness. There are many free guided audio and video activities, also available in Spanish.


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  • How to Hug a porcupine: Negotiating the Prickly Points of the Tween Years

    How to Hug a Porcupine. This is a book on how to better understand, communicate, and connect with your tween. It’s rich with practical tips, real-life stories, and insights on this pivotal time in a child’s development —  by Julie A. Ross M.A.

  • the grown up's guide to teenage humans

    The Grown-Up's Guide to Teenage Humans: How to Decode Their Behavior, Develop Unshakable Trust, and Raise a Respectable Adult

    A practical guide to understanding teens from bestselling author and global youth advocate Josh Shipp.

  • united in autism

    United In Autism: Finding Strength Inside the Spectrum When faced with challenge and hardship, we seek allies, support, and advice from those who have been through similar situations.

  • Parenting Your New Baby

    A Guide to Making The Most of the "I Need You Now" Phase

    There is a separate Phase book for each year of a child's development to 18 years. Find them here.