Between Parent & Teenager Ginott 1969 Ginott was the expert on child psychology and was rather groundbreaking in his approach to communication with children and teens. Ginott advocated compassionate talking and staying away from blaming the child. He also believed
Help! I can’t think of a thing to say Schneider 1987 Girls! Are you afraid to talk to people, especially the opposite sex? Here is your book. Here are some handy filler conversation topics that should help you make friends
How to talk to your cat And get it to do what YOU want Allison 1993 My cats have very busy schedule of napping and staring out the window. They barely notice, I mean tolerate, me. I can talk until
Ironing it Out Seven Simple Steps to Resolving Conflict Lickson 1996 Are you constantly arguing? Relationships suffering? Try “Ironing it Out”. This particular book is all about dissecting the real issues of conflict. This is probably a pretty decent choice
Visual Communication for the Hard of Hearing O’Neill and Oyer 1961 Submitter: This is a 1961 book about lip reading. It offers an interesting history on the topic in one chapter. It was pretty fascinating. But the other chapters are
A Show of Hands: Say it in Sign Language Sullivan and Bourke 1980 Submitter: We’re a mid-size Canadian public library with quite a big collections budget, so heaven only knows why we still had this ancient and hilarious book when
Living in the USA Lanier 1988 Submitter: I just found this book on the shelf in our academic library. Being 25 years old, some sections are more outdated than others. Particularly amusing from today’s perspective are the bits about communication:
How to Make Your Man More Sensitive O’Connor and O’Connor 1975 Straight from the 1970s, we have another make your man better book. This husband and wife are here to teach you to the inside secrets to improving your man.