Books of the Week

The Mind of a Teen: Life-Saving Book For Teens and Vital “Toolkit” for Those Managing Teens

 Rachel Dinah has worked with hundreds of young girls in the UK, Especially working in schools, pupil referral units, and supportive housing for teen mothers. She has run her own projects which she created in 2010 called change of thoughts. Through her work with young people, her discoveries, case studies, and experiences as she has created The Mind Of A Teen: Your story Your Success as an overall experience of one girl’s life called Rai.

But all the same, the narrative is a positive if the poignant depiction of a troubled young woman’s life; a microcosm of the lives of millions of teenagers who crave a productive future. The mind of a Teen is about the life of a teen girl called Rai. From age 5 -23  She narrates different events in her life from growing up without a male role model, religion, school, friends, bullying, first boyfriend, joining a gang, having a baby, near death experience, and then her discovery of what everything she has experienced and now who needs help around the world. Rai bravely addresses parents, teachers and other professionals throughout her story before moving on to the next chapter. This is a perfect guidebook for all those managing teens/young adults.

‘The Mind of a Teen : Your Story Your Success’ is available now:

For more information, visit the author’s official website:

Special Kid to Super Kid: Mum’s New Book Exposes Secrets to Helping Children Overcome Autism – and Thrive!

The Paediatrician who diagnosed Ruthangela Bernadette’s daughter, Rosemary, with autism, language delay, and learning disability, all but wrote her off. So did experts in the special school she attended, and a speech and language therapist.

According to the professionals, Rosemary should have been institutionalized or, at best, sent to a specialized group home. Just five years later, Rosemary thrives in a mainstream school, doing all of the things (and getting into all of the innocent trouble) girls of her age should.

In her new book, ‘Special Kid to Super Kid: Overcoming Learning Disability, Language Delay, and Autism’, Ruthangela takes readers on a journey that not only proves how the right balance of therapies can help any child overcome similar diagnoses, but shows them exactly how to replicate Rosemary’s radical transformation.

Unleash Your Hidden Superhero Powers and Help Your Child

When a child is diagnosed with learning disability, language delay, and autism, your world crumbles and panic takes over. Why me? Who will look after my kid when I’m gone? Disabilities like these can rob your child of self-esteem and dash your hopes and dreams for their future.

But it doesn’t have to be like this. Author Ruthangela Bernadette knows this first-hand.
Sometimes harrowing, sometimes laugh out loud funny, this book tells the story of how Ruthangela’s daughter, Rosemary, defied the doctors’ gloomy predictions and overcame all three disabilities.

Discover the 10 Secrets of how Rosemary triumphed over autism, learning disability, and language delay, without breaking the bank. Your child will


-Improve social interaction, while reducing stims.

-Make friends and gain confidence.

-Transform school from being a battleground of obstacles into a playground of opportunities.

Not all superheroes wear capes–some wear aprons in the kitchen instead. Parents like you are superheroes! You can help your child go from super-stuck to super kid–starting today!

‘Special Kid to Super Kid: Overcoming Learning Disability, Language Delay, and Autism’ is available now:

Amazon UK –

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For more information, visit the author’s official website:

I highly recommend both of these books!

Self Disclosure: I received free copies of the books to facilitate this post. Images were also provided.

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