I know there are least several books out there for atheist/humanist parenting. Anyone have any reviews or suggestions?
Parenting Beyond Belief and Raising Freethinkers:
I have two books - The Humanistic Approach to Happiness: Practical Wisdom - for helping parents talk to teens/tweens about integrating ethics into their decision making, it's a very practical book http://happiness.jen-hancock.com I've also just released a book called The Bully Vaccine http://thebullyvaccine.com and it teaches operant conditinoing techniques as a way to get bullying to stop and help you help your kid learn the skills they need to survive and thrive. It's not explicitly Humanist, but it is definitely a Humanist approach to the subject - practical and compassionate.
I am also starting to offer Humanistic Parenting workshops - my first one is June 5th - for more details go to http://humanisticparenting.info
For the kids themselves, I have just written/illustrated/self-published this...
Congrats - looks like a great book - sharing with my Humanist parenting group. Best of luck with it!
Thanks Jennifer - the book is a very 'grassroots' effort, so any help I can get spreading the word to families who can benefit from it is much appreciated. All the best!