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Childhood Unplugged

Ditch the devices and bring back the magic of being a kid

Screens are everywhere. Children spend an average of 7.5 hours on digital devices every day with profoundly negative consequences. While some tech ...

I Want a Better Catastrophe

By (author) Andrew Boyd
Categories: Climate change

An existential manual for tragic optimists, can-do pessimists, and compassionate doomers

With global warming projected to rocket past the 1.5°C limit, lifelong activist Andrew Boyd is thrown into a crisis ...

Yoga en famille

By (author) France Hutchison
Categories: Exercise and workouts

Dans ce livre, j’ai rassemblé tout ce qui me paraissait important pour avoir une vie de famille un peu plus ZEN ! De petits trucs simples, en utilisant le yoga, la méditation, le massage, le yoga ...

Votre intuition, ce superpouvoir

Decoding body language is not just the latest fad—it’s an age-old concept. What some call “intuition” is an ability we all have within and can fine-tune if we pay attention to it. This ability ...

Une naissance heureuse

Depuis sa première édition il y a plus de vingt ans, Une naissance heureuse a accompagné des milliers de femmes durant leur grossesse et la naissance de leur bébé.

Nouvellement mis à jour, ce livre ...

TDAH La boîte à outils

What are the signs to help us detect ADHD? Whom should we consult to have our child tested, and what are the procedures to follow? For or against medication? Will my child be labelled? What kind of follow-up ...

Survivre à la grossesse et plus encore...

Surviving Pregnancy and More… is an audacious book that’s different from other guidebooks on the subject due to the surprising illustrations by Ana Roy and the refreshing texts by Julie Champagne. ...

Soyez l'expert de votre bébé

By (author) Mélanie Bilodeau
Illustrated by Stephanie Mackay
Categories: Children’s health

Sur un ton humoristique, Mélanie Bilodeau aborde toutes les préoccupations des nouveaux parents. Et elle n’hésite pas à déconstruire joyeusement quelques mythes au passage ! Selon elle, les parents ...