Susan Stitt reports on the many cancer-awareness milestones each year, provides a link to download a calendar of more than three dozens of those special “days,” “weeks” and “months”—and describes many books we publish that can help individuals, families and communities as they grapple with these treatable yet potentially deadly disorders.
In this two-part series of columns, we are recommending valuable books for the 53 million Americans now coping with caregiving for loved ones. Part 1, below, introduces our most popular caregiving book—and gives you the latest data (including a colorful chart you can share with friends). This is Part 2 in the series in which Susan Stitt shares more of the diverse resources we publish that can help caregivers.
America’s population of caregivers now has soared to 53 million men and women! We can help. Benjamin Pratt’s ‘Guide for Caregivers’ is a helpful handbook for coping with the stresses and strains of this overwhelming challenge. Our column shares the latest data on American caregivers—and previews how Ben Pratt’s book addresses the challenges caregivers face each day.
The Michigan State University Bias Busters team, which has produced more than a dozen books helping readers understand diversity in America, now is partnering with the Education Writers Association to help journalists produce fair, accurate and balanced reports on diversity in education.
Susan Stitt recommends seven books—from patriotic wisdom to simply good fun—that fathers will enjoy receiving on Father’s Day this year. This is the first Father’s Day in many families without in-person visits and hugs. A good book is a gift that keeps giving for a long time as these stories are enjoyed, day by day.