Books by Scott Noelle
The Daily Groove
In 2006, I started The Daily Groove email list to help parents make the paradigm shift necessary to practice Partnership Parenting effectively and joyfully. The idea was that deep change required daily practice, and that focusing on one concept per day would make it easier — especially when I distilled complex concepts into brief email messages that could be read in about a minute.
Before long, I had written more than 200 “grooves,” and many subscribers expressed a desire to have a collection of them in book form. So I wrote an introductory chapter and designed a book that can be used in multiple ways. You can read it like a normal book, or one page per day, and the latter can be in sequence or by flipping to a random page, letting “fate” determine which concept will best serve your needs for the day.
The Daily Groove is available on Amazon.
The Continuum Concept
Although I didn’t write The Continuum Concept — a classic in the natural parenting genre — there’s a reason I feel comfortable including it in a list of “my” books…
In 1997, after The Continuum Concept forever altered my path of parenthood, I volunteered to help the author Jean Liedloff create a presence for her book on the internet. This work continued for many years, until she passed away in 2011, at which point I learned that she had bequeathed all her copyrights to me. I was deeply honored to be entrusted with this responsibility, and I now describe my role as the “steward” of her work, maintaining the Continum Concept website and managing the publishing of the book in many languages.
The Continuum Concept is available at bookstores and on Amazon.
Jean’s amazing life story — including her adventures with the indigenous people of the Amazon rainforest, who inspired her insights into human nature and nurture — is now available to enjoy as a biography called Jungle Jean, beautifully recounted by Geralyn Gendreau.
The Next Book . . .
I’m in the early stages of writing my next book, which I would love to publish this year. (But don’t hold your breath; the gestation period of a book can vary widely, and my muse is not “a-mused” by deadlines.)
Actually, there are at least three books I want to publish, although none of these projects has yet reached the stage where I am ready to reveal any details. Suffice it to say that they are all related to the central themes of my work: partnership, parenting, and personal growth.