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Janice Kaplan


Janice Kaplan

Janice Kaplan has enjoyed wide success as a magazine editor, television producer, writer and journalist. The former Editor-in-Chief of Parade magazine, she is the author or co-author of 14 books, including the New York Times bestsellers THE GRATITUDE DIARIES and I'LL SEE YOU AGAIN. She lives in New York City and Kent, Connecticut.

Books by Janice Kaplan

by Janice Kaplan - Gender Studies, Nonfiction, Personal Growth, Women's Studies

Even in this time of rethinking women’s roles, we define genius almost exclusively through male achievement. When asked to name a genius, people mention Albert Einstein, Leonardo da Vinci and Steve Jobs. As for great women? In one survey, the only female genius anyone listed was Marie Curie. Janice Kaplan set out to determine why the extraordinary work of so many women has been brushed aside. In THE GENIUS OF WOMEN, she makes surprising discoveries about women geniuses now and throughout history. Through interviews with neuroscientists, psychologists and dozens of women geniuses at work in the world today, she proves that genius isn't just about talent. It's about having that talent recognized, nurtured and celebrated.

by Janice Kaplan - Health, Memoir, Mental Health, Nonfiction, Personal Growth, Self-Help

On New Year’s Eve, journalist and former Parade Editor-in-Chief Janice Kaplan makes a promise to be grateful and look on the bright side of whatever happens. She realizes that how she feels over the next months will have less to do with the events that occur than her own attitude and perspective. Relying on both amusing personal experiences and extensive research, Kaplan explores how gratitude can transform every aspect of life, including marriage and friendship, money and ambition, health and fitness.

by Jackie Hance with Janice Kaplan - Nonfiction

Until the horrific car accident on New York State’s Taconic Parkway that took the lives of her three beloved young daughters, Jackie Hance was an ordinary Long Island mom, fulfilled by the joyful chaos of a busy household. After the tragedy, she was “The Taconic Mom,” whose unimaginable loss embodied every parent’s worst nightmare. I’LL SEE YOU AGAIN chronicles the day Jackie received the traumatizing phone call that defied all understanding, and the numbed and torturous events that followed.