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New parenting books that tackle challenges

Get advice raising your Pisces, Sagittarius and zodiac-sign

Get advice raising your Pisces, Sagittarius and zodiac-sign children using "Momstrology: The AstroTwins' Guide to Parenting Your Little One by the Stars" by identical twin sisters and astrologers Ophira and Tali Edut (It Books, $25.99). Credit: It Books

These new books tackle different parenting challenges -- including parenting in military families, parenting without religion and more.

Thirty female authors, including Cheryl Strayed, Julia Glass and Ann Hood, contribute essays to the book "Labor Day: True Birth Stories by Today's Best Women Writers" (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, $26), edited by Eleanor Henderson and Anna Solomon.

In "Growing Up Godless: A Parent's Guide to Raising Kids Without Religion" (Sterling Ethos, $14.95), author and Texas mom Deborah Mitchell writes about how parents can raise ethical, intelligent children without prayer, houses of worship or a higher power. Mitchell also blogs about raising children without religion at raisingkidswithoutreligion.net.

"Raising Children in the Military" by Cheryl Lawhorne-Scott, Don Philpott and Jeff Scott (Rowman & Littlefield, $36) seeks to help children and parents cope with frequent moves, family separation, financial hardship and more.

Get advice raising your Pisces, Sagittarius and zodiac-sign children using "Momstrology: The AstroTwins' Guide to Parenting Your Little One by the Stars" by identical twin sisters and astrologers Ophira and Tali Edut (It Books, $25.99). The book breaks down each sign and offers charts to help decipher good and bad days, how each child deals with authority and much more.

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