Explains in simple text and illustrations why and how to use a potty, and that diapers are not forever. On board pages.
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Learning to use the potty takes patience and practice, and this charming, straightforward book helps pave the way. Young children learn how to use the potty and why it’s time to do so, while gaining the courage and confidence to face this important milestone in their lives. When little ones learn to “do what the big kids do” (go, wipe, flush, wash their hands), they won’t need a diaper anymore—they’ll have underwear under there! Includes tips for parents and caregivers from a children’s health specialist.
- Author : Elizabeth Verdick
- Publisher : Free Spirit Publishing
- Release Date : 2014-05-09
- Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
- Pages : 24
- ISBN : 9781575426426
Potty training for kids takes patience and practice, and this charming, straightforward book helps pave the way. With Diapers Are Not Forever / Los pañales no son para siempre, young children learn how to use the potty and why it’s time to do so, while gaining the courage and confidence to face this important milestone in their lives. When little ones learn to do what the big kids do (go, wipe, flush, wash their hands), they won’t need a diaper anymore—they’ll have underwear under there! The book includes tips for parents and caregivers from a children’s health specialist.
English-Spanish bilingual editions of titles in Free Spirit’s popular Best Behavior series. The toddler years are full of growth and smiles and sweetness—but also tantrums. With toddlers, yelling, screaming, wailing, and flailing are a normal part of life. Very young children don’t yet have the words to express strong feelings, and they’re still learning social skills. This board book helps little ones understand why it’s better to use an indoor voice—“so people hear the words and not the yelling”—and how to calm down and ask for help so they can get what they need. Also includes tips for parents and caregivers. The Best Behavior series uses simple words and delightful full-color illustrations to guide children to choose peaceful, positive behaviors. Select titles are available in two versions: a durable board book for ages baby–preschool, and a longer, more in-depth paperback for ages 4–7. Kids, parents, and teachers love these award-winning books. All include helpful tips and ideas for parents and caregivers.
Sneezes, coughs, runny noses, spills, and messes are facts of everyday life with children. And that’s why it’s never too soon to teach little ones about germs and ways to stay clean and healthy. This book is a short course for kids on what germs are, what they do, and why it’s so important to cover them up, block them from spreading, and wash them down the drain. Simple words complement warm, inviting, full-color illustrations that show real-life situations kids can relate to. A special section for adults includes ideas for discussion and activities.
- Author : Deborah Kramer
- Publisher : Springer
- Release Date : 2017-07-11
- Genre : Medical
- Pages : 277
- ISBN : 9783319567082
This book offers solutions on how to enhance the normal development of the well child incorporating complementary medicine. The primary care provider is the only healthcare professional to see every child (0-18) and their parent, and can assess the child’s health and advise parents on how to provide a healthy environment and important practices to nurture healthy children. The book provides realistic scenarios encountered by new nurse practitioners in their clinical training. It is structured in a question and answer framework to help practitioners critically think through the best practices to be implemented during the well child visit and develop a plan of action for the family. This book provides assessment and diagnostic criteria and tools and presents common developmental and behavioral issues for each age group. The book promotes the role of professional as advocate by making recommendations for broad social policies to help all children succeed.
Kids need help learning how to manage their anger. Blending solid information and sound advice with humor and lively illustrations, these anger-management tips guide kids to understand that anger is normal and to learn they can express it in healthy ways. The book teaches them how to recognize anger in themselves and others, how to handle situations and emotions (loneliness, guilt, frustration, fear) that lead to or mask anger, and how to deal with the anger they feel. This revised edition addresses children’s exposure to increased societal violence and includes discussion and examples of anger related to texting and social media. Young readers learn that cruelty and violence are not acceptable and there are safer, more positive ways to resolve conflicts. They also discover what to do when people around them are angry, how to get help, and how to locate other resources when they need more support.
Josh Jones realizes his family isn't typical, but it's the only life he's ever known. Aunt Lou, Gramps, Uncle Charlie, Grandpa--they all have shaped the young man he has become. But as he grows into manhood, Josh begins to face important questions about life, love, and faith. Three million books sold in the series!
New York Times Bestseller: This anthology of Erma Bombeck’s most memorable and humorous essays is a tribute to one of America’s sharpest wits. When she began writing her regular newspaper column in 1965, Erma Bombeck’s goal was to make housewives laugh. Thirty years later, she had published more than four thousand columns, and earned countless laughs—from housewives, presidents, and everyone in between. With grace, good humor, and razor-sharp prose, she gently skewered every aspect of the American family. This collection holds the best of her columns—not just her famous quips, but also the heartbreaking observations that gave her writing such weight. In 1969, Erma wrote: “screaming kids, unpaid bills, green leftovers, husbands behind newspapers, basketballs in the bathroom. They’re real . . . they’re warm . . . they’re the only bit of normalcy left in this cockeyed world, and I’m going to cling to it like life itself.” With what Publishers Weekly calls her “infectious sense of human absurdity,” Erma Bombeck’s writing remains a timeless examination of the still-cockeyed world. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Erma Bombeck including rare images and never-before-seen documents from the author’s estate.
Samantha and Carol Anne have been friends for the past couple of years and now they have another friend in Deborah Anderson whose family moved into Springdale at the beginning of 2018.Now, as they move through their third year of life, the girls are going through all the normal learning experiences, including now being potty-trained.The girls also improve on their talking skills and are soon growing by leaps and bounds and their relationship only grows and gets stronger as their third year of life methodically progresse
What happens after the happy ending? Usually, once the characters have their happy ending, there’s no more to say to their story. With Dave and Mary Larson, however, Eye of the Beholder was just the beginning. To Have and To Hold was the continuation. Forever Yours will offer the conclusion to their romance. Up to now, Dave has always been a pillar of strength, and time after time, he’s helped Mary overcome her insecurities. But even the strong have moments of weakness… After falling off a horse, Dave is unable to do the things he’s used to. He has to sit around and watch while everyone does things he used to take for granted. Worse, his older brother turns into a celebrity in town when the newspaper takes a sudden interest in him. When Dave thinks of what he has, it doesn’t seem like he’s accomplished much of anything at all. What, exactly, is the value of a husband and a father? And how can a wife help her husband when he doubts himself? This book features Richard, Tom, Sally, Jenny, and Joel and their families.
This workbook includes activities for teaching the responsibilities of sex with modules for the single parent, teen marriage, birth/death, abstinence, abortion, STD/AIDS, rape/date rape, etc. It is appropriate for high school classroom use.
The poignant, autobiographical story of the fall and evacuation of the Jewish Quarter, as witnessed through the eyes of a young girl. With maps.
This book, “Two Voices Forever”, is about the life and artwork of two Russian artists, Yuri and Elizabeth Grachev, husband and wife, who emigrated from the Soviet Union in 1977, finally settling in New York City in 1978. They left their native land to be free and to escape the Soviet world governed by the police and military regime. This book provides an interesting insight into their life, both in the Soviet Union and in the United States, and a glimpse of their struggle as artists in the old and new world. The book also includes memoires, letters, interviews, photographs, and a substantial number of reproductions of Yuri’s drawings and paintings as well as of works by the author – Elizabeth Grachev. It is a unique opportunity to read the story of these two artists who shared such a deep sense of togetherness for 37 years. Theirs is a story of true love and unity between two people, and in this book Elizabeth Grachev recounts and records the extraordinary life she shared with Yuri, a life to be remembered for generations to come.
Ryan Garrett and Harper Ross become guardians of their best friends' orphaned baby Oliver, but will this instant family change their feelings for one another into something more serious?
Winner of the Creative Arts Council's 2008 Book of the Year Award Craig Mayeux's novel is a searing, searching portrait of mirth and misery, crammed with tender innocence, optimistic bonding and crashing sorrow-all weighed down by blind cultural precepts. Two boys, who share a crib in a New York institution, are suddenly immersed as "orphan train" riders into Louisiana's Cajun/Creole folkways. One is adopted by a childless, doting couple; the other is indentured to hard-luck, hardscrabble farmers. The former is spoiled beyond gratification; the other abused emotionally and physically with heart-aching, backbreaking servitude. Throughout the continuing counterpoint of bare bones versus largesse, the boys stay true to their anthem of being Brothers Forever. The author knows of what he writes. His grandfather, George Leary, was an indentured "orphan train" boy, who traveled from New York to Cottonport, Louisiana in the early twentieth century. Myron Tassin Author/co-author of 20 books, including, Why Me Lord? Recollections of a Cottonpicker Nous Sommes Acadiens/We Are Acadians
For the youngest Carson brother, finding—and fixing—trouble seems to be all in a day’s work Mace Carson doesn’t consider himself a hero. Back in college, he came upon a woman in trouble and intervened—but he was just one irate Wyoming cowboy with his boots planted firmly on the side of right. Now a successful vintner, Mace is shocked to be reunited with the woman he saved. But it turns out she’s in Wyoming on business…a corporate executive representing the company that wants to buy his winery. Only, he’s not selling. Kelly Wright has never forgotten that horrible night ten years ago when Mace came to her rescue, has never forgotten him. The surprising success of a winery in the middle of ranch country has brought her to Mustang Creek, and she’s secretly thrilled to discover Mace at the helm. Reluctant to mix business with pleasure, Kelly vows to keep things professional, until her attacker is released from prison and comes for vengeance…against both of them. Don’t miss Country Proud, the second book in Linda Lael Miller’s Painted Pony Creek series about three best buddies whose strength, honor and independence exemplify the Montana land they love.
Barry Oliver's three part 'Regression Trilogy' is a fabulous story of a very special DayCare centre - Buttons and Blocks - where most (but not all) of the clients are adults who have been regressed to infants and toddlers. Danger, intrigue and adventure find each of our protagonists as we learn more about the mysterious technology that can give what adult babies have always wanted - physical regression to infancy. But is it all that we would hope for? The three books are: The Rehab Regression The Daycare Regression The Reporter Regression
An AB Discovery 'After Dark' Book Stories from the Sissy Baby Nursery: The sissy baby is a very big part of the Adult Baby community. Penelope Pansy and Colin Milton brings us four stories of sissy babies and the women than make them who they are. Wet and dirty diapers abound as well as spanking, sissification and heavy ABDL themes. In This Volume: The Re-education and Sissification of a Young Victorian Gentleman The Making of Sissy Baby Charlotte The Story of Penelope Pansy Letters on a Sissy