For Parents

How to Win at Sports Parenting: Maximizing the Sports Experience for You and Your Child, by Jim Sundberg and Janet Sundberg (Colorado Springs:WaterBrook Press, 2000). How to help your kids enjoy the sports they play, deal with game day emotions in a healthy manner, and learn valuable sports-to-life lessons.A Christian perspective.

Learning to Play, Playing to Learn: Games and Activities to Teach Sharing, Caring, and Compromise, by Charlie Steffens and Spencer Gorin (Los Angeles: Lowell House, 1997). Over sixty entertaining kid activities that will help to manage aggressive behaviors, foster cooperation, and nurture positive conduct.

The Cheers and the Tears: Healthy Alternatives to the Dark Side of Youth Sports Today, by Shane Murphy (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1999). Offers parents and coaches sensible advice and healthy alternative approaches to the competitive and stressful world of youth sports.

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