Tarcher Throwbacks: The Secret Teachings of All Ages (2003)

Every Thursday, to celebrate Tarcher Books‘ long-standing commitment to its readers, we’ll be throwing back select backlist titles personally curated by our imprint’s editors, associates and directors. Jeremy P. Tarcher founded the publishing... Read more

3 Useful Tips To Raise A Happy, Self-Motivated Kid

The inclination to be a “tiger” parent is hard to resist. As competition for school admissions and athletics clubs swells, the pressure to steep children in rigorous curriculums starts pretty early. But evidence suggests that authoritarian... Read more

Tarcher Throwbacks: Season of the Witch (2014)

Every Thursday, to celebrate Tarcher Books’s long-standing commitment to its readers, we’ll be throwing back select backlist titles personally curated by our imprint’s editors, associates and directors. Jeremy P. Tarcher founded... Read more

NO GOODBYES: What Happens After Death?

August 12, 2015 by  
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  What happens after death? The question is as old as time, and it’s one we meditate on every once in a blue moon. Whether we’re prompted to consider the afterlife due to a loss in the family, a near-death experience, or a spontaneous... Read more

SIMPLE GIVING: 4 Smart and Ethical Shopping Habits You’ll Want to Keep

Madeline Grigg, August 6, 2015 | Let’s talk about brand name toilet paper companies. It’s safe to say that nearly everybody is suspicious about their factory operations. How else could their products be so cheap? But, honestly, who on earth... Read more

Q&A: Author Alan Gelb On Having the Last Say

  The baby-boomers are entering life’s third act. To help the generation make sense of this momentous benchmark, author Alan Gelb recommends they try their hand at a rich and timeless tradition they might never have considered before: penning their... Read more

BRAINSTORM: 6 Myths About Adolescence Debunked

August 5, 2015 by  
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Across cultures, adolescence is widely understood as a perplexing time filled with myriad challenges. Naturally, this has inspired deeply pervasive myths about adolescence that we hear casually in repetition: that teens and young adults are ravaged by... Read more

The “Me, Me, Me” Epidemic: Nip Entitlement at the Bud

August 4, 2015 by  
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  Parents these days may be all too familiar with the “entitlement epidemic.” If you find yourself exhausted keeping up with the house (while everybody else is too busy watching TV) or frequently supplementing your kids’... Read more

BUDDHISM FOR COUPLES: Be the Zen Master of Your Relationship

July 30, 2015 by  
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Madeline Grigg, July 30, 2015 | In her book Buddhism for Couples: A Calm Approach to Relationships, Sarah Napthali illustrates that practicing Buddhist philosophy can yield profound and enriching effects in our relationships. To demonstrate Buddhism’s... Read more

HOW TO BE RICH: 4 Tips to Improve Your Business Acumen

July 29, 2015 by  
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Madeline Grigg, July 29, 2015 | Whether you’re building your own business from scratch or learning the intricacies of corporate culture, Your Right to Be Rich breaks down the building blocks for success into 17 practical and easy-to-follow principles. Originally... Read more

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