By Susan Crites Price

 

 

 

Generous Genes

Raising Caring Kids in a Digital Age

By Susan Crites Price

With Julianna \M. Price

Majestic Oak Press, 2015

 

Full of practical advise and inspiring stories, Generous Genes is a roadmap for teaching kids from 2 to 20 to live compassionately.

 

"Susan Price has written the definitive parenting guide for those of us who want to teach our children how to be

philanthropists.

       -- Beth Kanter, author of "Beth's Blog" and coauthor of The Networked Nonprofit

 

"With so much bad stuff in the world, it's super important that the rising generation is ready to tackle it all. So glad Susan has written a book for parents."

     -- Nancy Lublin, CEO of DoSomething.org and author of Do Something: A Handbook for Young Adults

 

"All parents want their kids to be good and gracious human beings. Susan Price tells them how to make that happen."

     -- Steve Culbertson, President and CEO of Youth Service America and founder of Global Youth Service Day 

 

Click to buy the book at    Amazon      Barnes & Noble

 

The Giving Family

Raising Our Children to Help Others

By Susan Crites Price

Council on Foundations, 2003

 

"Using common sense, and without shouting, this book offers smart advice about how to teach children the value of charitable giving." 

       -- Paul Newman, actor and philanthropist

 

"The Giving Family provides wonderful suggestions on how to teach children the importance of giving from a very young age and to make service part of a family's heritage."

       -- Marian Wright Edelman, president Children's Defense Fund

 

"This book will jog families to think about our responsibility as parents to instill a sense of altruism in our children."

       -- T. Berry Brazelton, professor emeritus, pediatrics, Harvard Medical School

 

 More Info

 

 

Values to Vision to Action

The Hill-Snowdon Foundation Journey

By Susan Crites Price, 2009

 

 

 

The half-century history of an innovative foundation that has much to teach others about funding social justice and leading social change.

 

 

 

Click here to read the Hill-Snowdon history.

 

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Child Safety

By Miriam Bachar Settle and Susan Crites Price

Macmillan, 2000

 

 

 

"Everyone who cares for a child should read this book. These well-qualified authors have written an indispensable tool for families." 

          -- Heather Paul, Executive Director,   National Safe Kids Campaign.

 

 

Washington, DC, Free & Dirt Cheap
By Tom Price and Susan Crites Price
Wiley Publishing, 2010


     The Price's latest travel guide shows how Washington deserves to be called the capital of the free world for two reasons: It's the capital of the planet's most powerful democracy. It also has countless things to see and do for free, as well as restaurants and hotels that you can patronize without raiding your retirement account. Click below to read about this and the Prices' other guidebooks -- Washington, DC, for Dummies and the Irreverent Guide to Washington, DC.


Click here for all of the Prices' guide books.

 

Read about Susan Crites Price

Go to By Susan Crites Price and Tom Price

Go to By Tom Price

Go to The Prices Write  home page

Send me mail