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Is This A Phase? Child Development & Parent Strategies, Birth To 6 Years

“Is This a Phase? Child Development & Parent Strategies, Birth to 6 Years”  was written by a pediatric advice nurse who has spent years as a parent educator in the San Francisco Bay area. This book tells prospective parents what to expect at every developmental phase. What’s different about it is that it addresses a baby’s behavior and needs by development, not by age. It points out that normal children…

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The Greatest Love: Being An Extraordinary Mom

Every mom knows the wonder and joy that comes with having children, and Loren Slocum has candidly captured these emotions in her book The Greatest Love. With truly incredible photographs by Brittany Lee Hanson, this book celebrates motherhood in a beautiful and inspiring way. Loren includes quotes, advice, stories, and sentiments, through which you will feel your own experiences as a mother coming alive. The Greatest Love will motivate you…

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201 Things To Do When Children Say I’M BORED!

Today’s families are incredibly busy. Everyone has a hectic schedule – mom, dad, even the kids. Staying connected takes effort, but with everyone running in different directions, it’s hard to make sure special moments occur. Now there is a fantastic resource to help make childhood years magical and secure. * A user-friendly resource great for parents, grandparents, teachers, nannies and babysitters. * 67 colorful pages filled with creative ideas for…

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Pea In A Pod: Your Complete Guide To Pregnancy, Childbirth & Beyond

Pea In A Pod: Your Complete Guide To Pregnancy, Childbirth & Beyond was written by Linda Goldberg, a Florida childbirth educator and lactation consultant. It is a no-nonsense, information-packed guide. While the whimsical title and cover graphic might suggest a lighthearted approach, Goldberg quickly gets down to business, covering every option available to contemporary parents-to-be. Topics include: Decisions about birth plans, Nutrition and exercise guides Detailed sections on labor and…

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Elf On The Shelf

How does Santa REALLY know who’s been naughty or who’s been nice? After much urging by the elves and Mrs. Claus, Santa has allowed his biggest secret to be revealed in the book, The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition. Santa has partnered each book with a magical scout elf which children name. They can then visit the North Pole to register their elf’s name in our Hall of…

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What more could a new mom want for the holidays than a little understanding of why she can’t remember her own phone number, or how she could possibly cry at an episode of Baywatch? The newly-released book Momnesia (Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2009) is perfect for new moms whose hearts are filled with joy, but whose brains are running on empty. A humorous look at the foggy first year of mommyhood,…

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