Parents are often called upon to “have all the answers,” so it’s nice to have a place where your questions are answered, too. The parent resource library provides a lot of information to help parents raise children in today’s stressful world. Whether you’re looking for general parenting information, specific resources about the impact of divorce on children, community programs, or other children related topics, this page can help you find it.
New Hampshire Resources
University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension Parenting New Hampshire NH Helpline offers a Resource Database containing comprehensive information about social service agencies and programs throughout the state of New Hampshire.
Family Resource Connection is a special program of the New Hampshire State Library providing information for NH families. You can find local resources, a lending library as well as links to online resources for a variety of family related issues.
NH Marital Mediators provides a list of certified marital mediators in NH.
Books and Written Material
The Family Resource Connection offers a lending library of books, videos, journal articles and other child-related materials mailed free of charge to New Hampshire residents.
Active Parenting offers many carefully selected books and other resources for parents, children and teens.
Caught in the Middle : Protecting the Children of High-Conflict Divorce by Carla B. Garrity, Mitchell A. Baris (Paperback – July 1997)
It’s Not Your Fault, Koko Bear : A Read-Together Book for Parents & Young Children During Divorce by Vicki Lansky, Jane Prince (Illustrator)
Dinosaurs Divorce: A Guide for Changing Families by Laurene Krasny Brown,Marc Tolon Brown,Lawson,Bittner
The Boys and Girls Book About Divorce by Richard A. Gardner,Alfred Lowenheim (Illustrator),Foreword by Louise Bates Ames
The Parents Book About Divorce by Richard A. Gardner