Ignite Your Spark

Coming Soon

It’s no secret that the teen years can be tumultuous, confusing, and even "sucky". But that doesn’t mean teens can’t strike a match and light a fire in their life. Igniting Your Spark is an interactive guide showing teens how they can forge their own path, engage their passions, and get one step closer to discovering the person they want to be.

Filled with “spark quizzes” and “write to ignite” journaling activities, teens can get to work on igniting their spark right now. Plus, the book includes examples and interviews from adult experts and real life teens who have done extraordinary things.

The teen years don’t have to be a struggle. With this book teens will find they really can achieve their dreams, navigate school life, learn to love their body, and achieve the success they want, today.

It’s no secret that the teen years can be tumultuous, confusing, and even "sucky". But that doesn’t mean teens can’t strike a match and light a fire in their life. Igniting Your Spark is an interactive guide showing teens how they can forge their own path, engage their passions, and get one step closer to discovering the person they want to be.

Filled with “spark quizzes” and “write to ignite” journaling activities, teens can get to work on igniting their spark right now. Plus, the book includes examples and interviews from adult experts and real life teens who have done extraordinary things.

The teen years don’t have to be a struggle. With this book teens will find they really can achieve their dreams, navigate school life, learn to love their body, and achieve the success they want, today.

Hopeful Healing

Mackenzie Phillips
Coming Soon

Actress and author of the courageous New York Times bestselling memoir High on Arrival, Mackenzie Phillips—Hollywood’s go-to person on substance abuse and a visible and outspoken advocate for addiction awareness and education—brings her knowledge and voice on the subject of recovery for the first time, and shares her experiences for those who are trying to overcome addiction.

Treatment is not “one-size-fits-all” and Mackenzie encourages addicts and their support networks to research the methods that most effectively address their individual physical, mental, and spiritual wellbeing. Used by both recovering addicts and their families, Mackenzie’s book is a message of hope and reminds us that sobriety is a lifelong journey of the spirit that allows us to lift ourselves up even when we stumble and fall.

Actress and author of the courageous New York Times bestselling memoir High on Arrival, Mackenzie Phillips—Hollywood’s go-to person on substance abuse and a visible and outspoken advocate for addiction awareness and education—brings her knowledge and voice on the subject of recovery for the first time, and shares her experiences for those who are trying to overcome addiction.

Treatment is not “one-size-fits-all” and Mackenzie encourages addicts and their support networks to research the methods that most effectively address their individual physical, mental, and spiritual wellbeing. Used by both recovering addicts and their families, Mackenzie’s book is a message of hope and reminds us that sobriety is a lifelong journey of the spirit that allows us to lift ourselves up even when we stumble and fall.

PhilanthroParties!

Lulu Cerone
Coming Soon

PhilanthroParties are “parties with a purpose.” In 2010, then 10-year-old Lulu Cerone was deeply affected by the earthquake in Haiti. She set out to raise money for Haitian relief by selling lemonade, but she upped the ante on the lemonade stand: she got her class to do it with her, boys against girls. Their lemonade “war” raised $4,000!

Now 16, Lulu is bringing her message of social activism to kids and teens around the world, showing them how to have fun while taking action, giving back, and generally having an impact on the world and the communities they live in.

PhilanthroParties are “parties with a purpose.” In 2010, then 10-year-old Lulu Cerone was deeply affected by the earthquake in Haiti. She set out to raise money for Haitian relief by selling lemonade, but she upped the ante on the lemonade stand: she got her class to do it with her, boys against girls. Their lemonade “war” raised $4,000!

Now 16, Lulu is bringing her message of social activism to kids and teens around the world, showing them how to have fun while taking action, giving back, and generally having an impact on the world and the communities they live in.