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Safe Inside the Duty Bag -- A New Book Helps Children Deal with the Events of September 11th
LENNON, Mich., Feb. 13, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- The events of September 11, 2001 sent shock waves through America. Adults watched the television stunned unsure of how to deal with their own feelings, let alone knowing how to deal with the fear and confusion of their children. Debra Lee Hagon has an idea. My Trip in the Duty Bag (now available through 1stBooks Library) is a book aimed at children ages 7 through 12 that deals with how to return to normalcy in the face of such tragedy.
Rekindling the Fire -- Author Offers 69 Tips to Save a Frozen Marriage
CHICAGO, Feb. 13, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- A man comes home after work and the only things he can't wait to get his hands on is the remote control and a beer while his wife sits in the kitchen doing her crossword puzzles. Does this scenario sound familiar? Then get The 69 Tips to Pleasing Your Man (now available through 1stBooks Library) by Adriese Love.
Terrorism of a New Kind -- Newly released novel features a maniac and his new technological weapons
HAMILTON, New Zealand, Feb. 13, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- The word "terrorism" brings about images of kidnappings, murders, hostile takeovers and, since September 11, 2001, of airplanes used as weapons of mass destruction. In Glenn Carley's recently released book, The Asian Connection (now available through 1stBooks Library), a new kind of terrorist and weapon is introduced.
Relativity -- New book about transcending duty with familial love
HOUSTON, Feb. 13, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Everyone has an Aunt Ruth. Everyone, at some point in life, will become his brother's keeper---either out of love or duty, or both. If one is lucky, the love outlasts the duty. Surviving Aunt Ruth (now available through 1stBooks Library) is Joyce Pounds Hardy's account of the memorable years she coped with her unpredictable aunt. Following the death of her husband, Aunt Ruth tested every survival skill her niece could muster as the author weathered a tug of wills for nine years.
Living With Anxiety -- New book exposes the hard truth about anxiety disorder
GREENFIELD, Wis., Feb. 13, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Twenty years ago anxiety disorder was not a familiar term. Children, such as Mark Arthur Pagel, grew up dealing with the disorder without medical help or understanding from family and classmates. Pagel's new book, Growing Up with Anxiety Disorder (now available through 1stBooks Library), relives his own experiences in dealing with the illness during grade school, high school, college and adulthood.