More than one woman’s search for her biological parents, Found is a story of loss, adjustment, and survival.
The increased scrutiny of the age of social media combined with the longstanding tradition of criticizing the way mothers raise their children makes for a judgmental and unsupportive parenting environment. Seal Press parenting books like The Good Mother Myth, Blended, and Bringing in Finn tear down the toxic double-standards of motherhood by bringing you stories and advice from real parents.
The Quarter-Acre Farm is Warren’s account of deciding—despite all resistance—to take control of her family’s food choices, get her hands dirty, and create a garden in her suburban yard.
This gripping memoir details an ordinary American woman’s quest to adopt a baby girl from Guatemala in the face of overwhelming adversity.
Let’s Get This Straight reaches out to young people with one or more gay, lesbian, bi, or trans parents to provide them with the tools to combat homophobia, take pride in their alternative family structures, and speak out against injustice.
How does feminism relate to motherhood, how has it changed over time, and what does the future of motherhood and feminism look like?
In Two Is Enough, Laura S. Scott explores the assumptions surrounding childrearing, and explores the reasons many people are choosing to forgo this experience.