Men's Book of the Week 2000


Menstuff® features a recently published book, starting each Monday for the week. This information appears on our homepage and at "Today" and is seen be visitors and subscribers. Selections for 2000 are listed below. See also Book of the Week 2001, 2002 and 2003 and 2004.

December 25-31: Rich, Ronda, What Southern Women Know (That Every Woman Should): Timeless secrets to get everything you want in love, life and work
December 18-24:  Washington, Deanna, The Language of Gifts: The essential guide to meaningful gift giving
December 11-17: Peters, Elizabeth, Gary Peterson, Suzanne Steinmetz, Randal Day, Fatherhood: Research, interventions and policies
December 4-10: Strasser, Todd, Give a Boy a Gun
November 27-December 3: Goldstein, Mark, Myrna Chandler Goldstein, Boys into Men: Staying healthy through the teen years
November 20-26: Wallerstein, Judith, Julia Lewis, Sandra Blakeslee, The Unexpected Legacy of Divorce: A 25 year landmark study
November 13-19: Crohn, Joel, Howard Markman, Susan Blumberg, Janice Levine. Fighting for Your Jewish Marriage: Preserving a lasting promise
November 6-12: Stuecker, Ric with Suze Rutherford Reviving the Wonder: 72 activities that touch the inner spirit of youth
October 30-November 5: Snyder, Rachel, What There is to Love About A Man
October 23-29: Boyd, Neil, The Beast Within: Why men are violent
October 16-22: Thorhill, Randy & Craig Palmer, Rape: A natural history of biological bases of sexual coercion
October 9-15:
Sikes, Gini, 8 Ball Chicks:  A year in the violent world of girl gangs
October 2-8: Ghiglieri, Michael, The Dark Side of Man: Tracing the origins of male violence
September 25-October 1: Bragg, Bernard & Jack Olson, Meeting Halfway in ASL: A common ground for effective communication among deaf and hearing people.
September 18-24: Wainrib, Barbara Rubin & Sandra Haber, Men, Women and Prostate Cancer: A medical and psychological guide for women and the men they love
September 11-17: Barret, Robert, Bryan Robinson. Gay Fathers: Encouraging the hearts of gay dads and their families
September 4-10: Sommers, Christina Hoff, The War Against Boys: How misguided feminism is harming our young men
August 28-9/3: Kuchenbecker, Shari Young, Raising Winners: A parent's guide to helping kids succeed on and off the playing field
August 21-27: Cousens, Gabriel with Mark Mayell Depression-Fire for Life: An all-natural, 5-step plan to reclaim your zest for living
August 14-20 - K.C., Where's Daddy? The mythologies behind custody-access-support
August 7-13 - Rosenberg, Marshall B., Nonviolent Communication: A language of compassion when communication really matters,
July 31-August 6 - Quinn, Jay, The Mentor: A memoir of friendship and gay identity, Harrington Park Press, 2000
July 24-30 - Harrell, Keith, Attitude is Everything: 10 life-changing steps to turning attitude into action, Cliff Street Books, 2000
July 17-23 - Goldman, Marcus Jacob, The Joy of Fatherhood: The first twelve months, Prima Publishing, 2000
July 10-16 - Gerber, Richard, Vibrational Medicine for the 21st Century: The complete guide to energy healing and spiritual transformation, William Morrow, 2000
July 1-9 - Joannides, Paul, A Guide to Getting It On. Goofy Foot Press, 2000
June 1-30 - June is International Men's Month. Each day at "Today" a different men's issue will be discussed. We will also select a Book of the Day relating to that topic. (See Daily Issues.)
May 29-31 - (Partial week lead-in to International Men's Month with Book of the Day.) Winslade, John and Gerald Monk, Narrative Mediation: A new approach to conflict resolution, Jossey-Bass Publishers, 2000
May 22-28 -Stone, Geo, Suicide and Attempted Suicide, Carroll & Graf Publishres, 1999
May 15-21 - Gephardt, Richard, An Even Better Place;  American in the 21st Century, Public Affairs, 1999
May 8-14 - Szasz, Thomas Stephen, Fatal Freedom: The ethics and politics of suicide, Praeger Publications, 1999
May 1-7 - Beckfield, Denise, Master Your Panic and Take Back Your Life! Twelve treatment sessions to overcome high anxiety, Impact Publishers, 2000
April 24-30: Meade, Michael. Robert Bly, James Hillman, ed., Rag & Bone Shop of the Heart:  Poems for men. For National Poetry Month.. Harper Collins, 1993
April 17-23: Pelzer, Dave, A Man Named Dave:  A story of triumph and forgiveness, Dutton, 1999
April 10-16: Brandenburg, Mark, Child Safe: A practical guide for preventing childhood injuries (0-14), Three Rivers Press, 2000
April 3-9: Gartner, Richard B., Betrayed as Boys:  Psychodynamic treatment of sexually abused men. Guilford Press 1999
March 27 - April 2 - Brody, Leslie, Gender, Emotion and the Family, Harvard University Press, 1999
March 20-26 - Young, Cathy, Ceasefire!  Why women and men must join forces to achieve true equality, The Free Press, 1999
March 13-19 - Farrell, Warren, Women Can't Hear What Men Don't Say: Destroying myths, creating love. Tarcher/Putnam, 1999
March 6-12 - Kilmartin, Christopher, The Masculine Self. The 2nd edition McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2000
February 28-March 5 Toussaint, Pamela, Great Books for African-America Children. Plume Book, 1999 (March 2 is "Read Across America Day" sponsored by the National Education Association in honor of the birthday of Dr. Seuss (Theordor Geisel).
February 21-27 Krasnow, Michael, My Life as a Male Anorexic, Harrington Park Press, 1996 (During "Eating Disorder Awareness Week")
February 14-20: Kingma, Daphne Rose, The 9 Types of Lovers: Why we love the people we do & how they drive us crazy, Conari Press, 1999
February 7-13: Martin, Edwin, Stopping the Train:  The landmark victory over same-sex sexual harassment in the workplace, Corinthian Books, 2000
January 31-February 6: Ditzler, Jinny, Your Best Year Yet! Ten questions for making the next twelve months your most successful ever, Warner, 2000
January 24-30:  Fisher, Bruce & Robert Alberti, Rebuilding: When your relationship ends, Impact, 2000

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