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Summary : This invaluable tool will help parents choose the best kind of play for their children and lead them into a happy and healthy future.
Summary : Documents the religious, occult, and satanic practices portrayed in children's television programming
Summary : This book traces the origins of Halloween and gives the true meaning behind this celebration of 'fun and games.' The material in this book is explicit.
Summary : Centuries before anyone could make sense of these fantastic warnings, the prophets declared that the mysteries of Revelation would not be understood until the Last Days. Verse by verse and chapter by chapter, Jack Van Impe, reviews John's portrait of history's final claims.
Summary : In-depth look at evolution, creation science, and dinosaurs in the media and toys.
Summary : There is a very real spiritual war taking place today. The battleground is in our homes, and it is taking our children captive. Benoit and Barger document this invasion of the occult and give real solutions for winning this battle.
Summary : Penetrating and ofren humerous look into real-life situations of married people which can help the reader get a new understanding of the problems and relationships within marriage.
Summary : A magic pudding who changes from steak and kidney to jam roll and apple dumpling in seconds. A walking, talking dessert that never runs out of pleasing things to eat. A koala bear, named Bunyip Bluegum, A sailor named Bill Barnacle, and Sam Sawnoff the penguin have a wonderful hilarious magical adventure defending the Pudding against thieves who want it for themselves.
Summary : “Lauren Grodstein breaks your heart, then miraculously pieces it back together so it’s bigger—and stronger—than before.” —Celeste Ng, author of Everything I Never Told You How can a woman learn to let go of the people she loves the most? Karen Neulander, a successful New York political consultant and single mother, has always been fiercely protective of her son, Jacob, now six. She’s had to be: when Jacob’s father, Dave, found out Karen was pregnant and made it clear that fatherhood wasn’t in his plans, Karen walked out of the relationship, never telling Dave her intention was to raise their child alone. But now Jake is asking to meet his dad, and with good reason: Karen is dying. When she finally calls her ex, she’s shocked to find Dave ecstatic about the son he never knew he had. First, he can’t meet Jake fast enough, and then he can’t seem to leave him alone. Karen quickly grows anxious as she watches Dave insinuate himself into Jake’s life just as her own strength and hold on Jake grow more tenuous. As she struggles to play out her last days in the “right” way for Jake, Karen wrestles with the knowledge that the only thing she cannot bring herself to do for her son—let his father become a permanent part of his life—is the thing he needs from her the most. With heart-wrenching poignancy, unexpected wit, and mordant humor, Lauren Grodstein has created an unforgettable story about parenthood, sacrifice, and life itself.
Summary : George finds it hard to be a good dog when there are cats to chase, flowers to dig up, and a delicious cake sitting on the kitchen table.
Summary : This work takes a close look at the dangerous game Dungeons and Dragons and addresses what the game is all about and why it holds such fascination for young, gifted people.
Summary : “A bit like the great movie Toy Story and a bit like the wonderful Kate DiCamillo book The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane. This is a great family book.” —The Washington Post on Toys Go Out, the companion to Toys Come Home Here is the final book in the highly acclaimed Toys trilogy, which includes the companion books Toys Go Out and Toy Dance Party and chronicles the unforgettable adventures of three brave and loving toys. Fans of the series, as well as newcomers, will happily discover how Lumphy, StingRay, and Plastic came to live with the Girl. In six linked adventures, readers will also learn how the one-eared Sheep became one-eared, watch a cranky toy meet an unfortunate end, and best of all, learn why it’s okay for someone you truly love to puke on you. This is perhaps the most charming of three inimitably charming books destined to become classics. A Wall Street Journal Best Children’s Book of the Year A Bank Street College of Education Best Children’s Book of the Year A Junior Library Guild Selection "A timeless story of adventure and friendship to treasure aloud or independently. Wholly satisfying, this may well leave readers expecting to see the Velveteen Rabbit peeking in the bedroom window and smiling approvingly." —Booklist, Starred “The best talking toy stories since Winnie-the-Pooh.” —Kirkus Reviews "A book destined to be read to children at bedtime for decades (nay, centuries?) to come. It is rare that prequels exceed the books they are meant to simply introduce, but this is one of the few." —Betsy Bird, A Fuse #8 Production
Summary : Lilly, the main character of Camilla Gibb’s stunning new novel, has anything but a stable childhood. The daughter of English/Irish hippies, she was “born in Yugoslavia, breast-fed in the Ukraine, weaned in Corsica, freed from nappies in Sicily and walking by the time [they] got to the Algarve…” The family’s nomadic adventure ends in Tangier when Lilly’s parents are killed in a drug deal gone awry. Orphaned at eight, Lilly is left in the care of a Sufi sheikh, who shows her the way of Islam through the Qur’an. When political turmoil erupts, Lilly, now sixteen, is sent to the ancient walled city of Harar, Ethiopia, where she stays in a dirt-floored compound with an impoverished widow named Nouria and her four children. In Harar, Lilly earns her keep by helping with the household chores and teaching local children the Qur’an. Ignoring the cries of “farenji” (foreigner), she slowly begins to put down roots, learning the language and immersing herself in a culture rich in customs and rituals and lush with glittering bright headscarves, the chorus of muezzins and the scent of incense and coffee. She is drawn to an idealistic half-Sudanese doctor named Aziz, and the two begin to meet every Saturday at a social gathering. As they stay behind to talk, Lilly finds her faith tested for the first time in her life: “The desire to remain in his company overwhelmed common sense; I would pick up my good Muslim self on the way home.” Just as their love begins to blossom, they are wrenched apart when the aging emperor Haile Selassie is deposed by the brutal Dergue regime. Lilly seeks exile in London, while Aziz stays to pursue his revolutionary passions. In London, Lilly’s life as a white Muslim is no less complicated. A hospital staff nurse, she befriends a refugee from Ethiopia named Amina, whose daughter she helped to deliver in a back alley. The two women set up a community association to re-unite refugees with lost family members. Their work, however, isn’t entirely altruistic. Both women are looking for someone: Amina, her husband, Yusuf, and Lilly, Aziz, who remains firmly, painfully, implanted in her heart. The first-person narrative alternates seamlessly between England (1981-91) and Ethiopia (1970-74), weaving a rich tapestry of one woman’s quest to maintain faith and love through revolution, upheaval and the alienation of life in exile. Sweetness in the Belly was universally praised for the tremendous empathy that Gibb brings to an ambitious story. Kirkus Reviews writes that the novel "reflect(s) the pain, cultural relocation and uncertainty of tribal, political and religious refugees the world over. Gibb's territory is urgently modern and controversial but she enters it softly, with grace, integrity and a lovely compassionate story. [It is a] poem to belief and to the displaced–humane, resonant, original, impressive." According to the Literary Review of Canada, Sweetness in the Belly is “…a novel that is culturally sensitive, consummately researched and deeply compassionate…richly imagined, full of sensuous detail and arresting imagery…Gibb has smuggled Western readers into the centre of lives they might never otherwise come into contact with, let alone understand.”
Summary : +Bonus inside! ;) Do you have toys all over your house? And you do not like it, but you do not know how to teach a child to clean up toys? My book will help teach your child to clean up toys and don't to leave them scattered throughout the house. Introducing Dinko a friendly dinosaur belonging to little Jack. Join Dinko as he tries to make his way home, back to his toybox. Jack often forgets to tidy up his toys and on this occasion, he loses his favorite dinosaur. Cleverly teaches children to tidy up their toys. Dinosaur books for kids 3-7 years old. Uses modern toys within the story that children will recognize. Does Dinko find his way back home? Does he make it safely away from Tyler the tiger and all the various other toys? Read new dinosaur books "Where is Your Dinosaur" today to find out more. What people saying about my children's books: Barbara Mojica - Top Contributor: Children's Books As the cover indicates, this book is a simple tale for toddlers and preschoolers to emphasize the beauty of nature in the morning. Adams treats the reader to several animals like the monkey, elephant, sparrow, mouse, cat, and crocodile, while teaching colors at the same time. He urges children to open their eyes and appreciate the various forms of life around them. The entire book is written in rhyme with a manageable amount of storyline for the targeted audience. Recommended as a bedtime book or circle time teaching story. Dr. Grace LaJoy Henderson "Creatively written. This story is great for helping young children learn how to recognize various animals." Teacher, Miami, Florida "Nice for beginning rhyming stories & cheerfully illustrated. A very charming story for children. And nice for the complementary material." Susana "What a wonderful illustrated colorful book this is! I am buying it for my kids. It is a very positive, beautiful color and illustrations. My six-year-old is going to love this. If you would like your child to read a very cute story with little words that they can pronounce and rhyme this is I! Beautiful job." Amazon Customer "Cute book, I think the poems are sweet and funny. The graphics are so colorful and appropriate - great job of illustrations." Children's books list by Aaron Adams on Amazon: Down on the farm A day at the zoo Morning Miracle Where did all the pumpkins go? Also, you can find this book by keywords: new dinosaur books, short bedtime stories for toddlers, clean up skill book for children's, Children's Personal clean up Books, dinosaur books for kids 3-5, list of children book, famous children books, short funny bedtime story, cleaning books for kids Get your copy of the new dinosaur book "Where is your dinosaur" NOW! :)