Books of the month!

Here are the top book selections for the month!

This one is a must-read for teens and parents too!  Making Sense of “It”: A Guide to Sex for Teens (And Their Parents, Too!) by Alison Macklin, Vice President of Education and Innovation at the Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains. I like that this one can be read separately or together to meet everyone’s different needs. It has a lot of helpful information and I liked the Conversation starters presented in the book.

You can find out more here.

Do you have a teen who is going off to college soon or maybe this is their last year or two of high school. This book is a must! The College Bound Organizer helps students to be prepared!

The College Bound Organizer is your step-by-step comprehensive guide to organizing every part of the college application process from college search through college admission.

Applying to college is intimidating and overwhelming for both teenagers and parents. This book will really help! You can find this book on Amazon!

Looking for a book to that may help younger children limit screen time? This activity book is great for travel and it’s just fun for summer days when the kids are getting bored. With the pandemic, we are all staying in more than usual and this is just perfect! It is packed with plenty of fun activities. It can also be found on

Teenagers and adults will love Creative Lettering and Beyond: Timeless Calligraphy. This book will make it easy to create invitations, cards and artwork. It may also provide fun away from the screens this summer. It can also be found on

Looking to alleviate stress and be creative at the same time? This one is a must-buy! Meditative Stone Art (Rock Point / April 14, 2020 / US 23.99).

Chock-full of beautiful photography and easy-to-follow instructions to get your designs just right, along with drawing tutorials and information about gathering the perfect stones, tools and supplies, and art techniques, Meditative Stone Art will have you feeling inspired, focused, and relaxed in no time.

Maria Mercedes Trujillo Arango is the author of Rock Point’s Meditative Mandala Stones kit and is a self-taught illustrator-crafter from Bogota, Colombia, who now calls New Zealand home. She likes to draw, paint, and embroider. In 2001, she became interested in mandalas and started drawing them and learning more about their history, psychology, and symbolism. Since 2011, she has combined her love of mandalas with painting beautiful stones she has collected. This one can also be found on

Self Disclosure: I received free copies of the above books but only feature books that I highly recommend. Cover images were also provided. No other compensation was provided.

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