|The Kinsey Corruption
Susan Brinkman • Ascension • Paperback • 84 pp.
The Kinsey Corruption, written by Susan Brinkman of Philadelphia’s Catholic Standard & Times, is based on the book Kinsey: Crimes and Consequences by Dr. Judith Reisman, the world’s foremost authority on Alfred C. Kinsey. In these pages you will learn:
|Epidemic: How Teen Sex Is Killing Our Kids
Meg Meeker, M.D. • Lifeline Press • Hardback • 251 pp.
There is an epidemic of sexually transmitted diseases that, in some cases, have increased more than 500% in recent years. Right now, one out of every four sexually active teens is living with an STD! Dr. Meg Meeker has lived on the front lines of this epidemic for more than twenty years. In this groundbreaking book, she examines in detail the threat of these diseases, and the causes for their widespread advance among teens, including: birth control, reliance on condoms, the media, sex education, early start, confusion, and the teen body. $24.95
|The Case for Marriage
Linda J. Waite and Maggie Gallagher • Doubleday • Paperback • 260 pp.
A groundbreaking look at the most basic and universal of all human institutions, this authoritative and provocative book reveals the benefits—emotional, physical economic, and sexual—that marriage brings to individuals and society as a whole. $14.95
|Choosing to Love
Edward E. Ford • Brandt Publishing • Paperback • 149 pp.
Love — a word that is often heard, yet often misunderstood. With simple clarity, Ford carefully defines the differences between love, sex, and affection. He calls us to forsake our myths and choose responsible loving and living. $8.95
|Abstinence – The New Sexual Revolution
Marilyn Morris • Chas River Publishing • Paperback • 127 pp. • Grades 6-College
When teenagers are given factual information most of them are capable of coming to the logical conclusion that sex outside of a lifelong relationship is dangerous — even deadly. Marilyn explains why we must train our children in this vital area and gives helpful suggestions on when and how to talk to them without embarrassment.
|My Body Machine
Janeen Brady • BriteKids • Cassette and Booklet • Ages 5-8
This is the story of Brawny’s dedication to keeping his little sister healthy and “Shiny Brite.” This entertaining, musical fantasy introduces children to the friendly individuals who make up the basic food groups—as well as King Sugar and his cohorts, Ms. Grease and Sir Salty. My Body Machine makes nutrition exciting and fun.
$12.95 (My Body Machine Songbook)
|Take Your Hat Off When the Flag Goes By
Janeen Brady • BriteKids • Cassette and Full Color Booklet • Ages 7-11
16 patriotic toe-tapping songs with informative and entertaining dialogue provide your child an insight into the history, purpose and meaning of the U.S. Constitution. Take Your Hat Off When the Flag Goes By helps children understand and appreciate the concepts of freedom and how government functions in America today.
$17.00 (Take Your Hat Off Booklet & CD)
$12.95 (Take Your Hat Off Songbook)
|Raising Good Children
Dr. Thomas Lickona • Bantam Books • Paperback • 447 pp.
Based on fascinating research, this groundbreaking work by psychologist and educator Dr. Thomas Lickona descibes the predictable stages of moral development from birth to adulthood. And it offers you down-to-earth advice and guidance for each stage.
|Please Understand Me II Temperament Character Intelligence
David Keirsey • Prometheus Nemesis Book Co. • Paperback • 364 pp.
What really makes you tick? How does your tick differ from that of spouse & friends? Drawing on the theories of Carl Jung, the authors present in revealing detail 4 basic temperaments and 16 character types.
|Success! The Glenn Bland Method
by Glenn Bland • Living Books • Paperback • 176 pp.
How to set balanced goals and make plans that really work. Learn principles and methods from the man who built one of the largest life insurance sales organizations in 5 years.
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