Publications

Ending Sibling Rivalry: Moving Your Kids from War to Peace
by Sarah Hamaker
Publisher: Beacon Hill Press of Kansas City (October 1, 2014)

Stop the fighting!’He hit me!’’She won’t stay on her side of the room!’’Leave my stuff alone!’Is your day punctuated by tattling, tears, and testiness among your children? Does your home resemble a war zone, with fights breaking out constantly among combative siblings? Do you wonder why your kids can’t get along? You’re not alone. Sibling rivalry has become one of the most frustrating problems facing today’s parentsYet sibling rivalry is not an inevitable outcome. It is possible to help your children move from enemies to friends. In Ending Sibling Rivalry, Sarah Hamaker provides common sense and practical solutions to this familiar problem, guiding parents through the roots – and remedie – of sibling rivalrEnding Sibling Rivalry addresses the harmful impact of competition on the sibling relationship, how to avoid the trap of favoritism and comparison, and how to teach children conflict resolution. Whether your children are toddlers or teenagers, Ending Sibling Rivalry provides the blueprint for reducing sibling conflict and building a more loving relationship between or among your children.

 

Chores for Kids
by Sarah Hamaker

Do you want your kids to do chores but don’t know where to start? Chores for Kids provides a blueprint to get your children on the road to helping around the house. The booklet gives chore list suggestions for a 12-year-old, 10-year-old, 8-year-old and 6-year-old boy or girl. Plus, read more than 20 step-by-step instructions for doing basic household tasks, such as cleaning a bathroom, washing dishes and weeding a garden. Armed with this information, you can create your own chore list and task instructions for your kids.

 

 

 

Using Your Talents to Work From Home or For Your Own Enjoyment
by Sarah Hamaker

Using Your Talents To Work From Home or For Your Own Enjoyment helps readers explore their talents and encourages them to use those skills in a variety of ways. Geared toward women, especially mothers, this short ebook guides readers to using their talents in ways that bring them–and others–joy, as well as ideas for starting a home-based business. Note: This book is written from a biblical perspective.Using Your Talents To Work From Home or For Your Own Enjoyment helps readers explore their talents and encourages them to use those skills in a variety of ways. Geared toward women, especially mothers, this short ebook guides readers to using their talents in ways that bring them–and others–joy, as well as ideas for starting a home-based business. Note: This book is written from a biblical perspective.

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