When Piggy cannot come out to play because he is using the potty, Ducky decides it is time for him to learn to use the potty too.
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The Big Steps series is designed to help little ones cope with everyday experiences in their lives. In No More Nappies, meet Millie and Mo - two adorable toddlers who are ready to ditch their nappies and learn how to use the potty. Follow the ups and downs of their potty-training journey brought to life with fun flaps and mechanisms. Each page has really helpful bedtime tips for parents and carers that are endorsed by leading Early Years Consultant, Dr Amanda Gummer. With delightful illustrations from Marion Cocklico, No More Nappies is a brilliant way to introduce potty training in a fun and relatable way.For more toddler tips read I'm Not Sleepy: Helping Toddlers Go To Sleep.
“An electrifying family drama that shows the dark side of adoption, You Were Always Mine is the kind of book you will want to finish in one sitting.” —Bustle The acclaimed author of Little Broken Things returns with another “race-to-the-finish family drama” (People) about a single mother who becomes embroiled in a mystery that threatens to tear apart what’s left of her family. Jessica Chamberlain, newly separated and living with her two sons in a small Iowa town, can’t believe that a tragedy in another state could have anything to do with her. But when her phone rings one quiet morning, her world is shattered. As she tries to pick up the pieces and make sense of what went wrong, Jess begins to realize that a tragic death is just the beginning. Soon she is caught in a web of lies and half-truths—and she’s horrified to learn that everything leads back to her seven-year-old adopted son, Gabriel. Years ago, Gabe’s birth mother requested a closed adoption and Jessica was more than happy to comply. But when her house is broken into and she discovers a clue that suggests her estranged husband was in close contact with Gabe’s biological mother, she vows to uncover the truth at any cost. A harrowing story of tenacious love and heartbreaking betrayal, You Were Always Mine is about the wars we wage to keep the ones we love close, perfect for fans of Liane Moriarty and Jodi Picoult.
Some things about babies, happily, will never change. They still arrive warm, cuddly, soft, and smelling impossibly sweet. But how moms and dads care for their brand-new bundles of baby joy has changed—and now, so has the new-baby bible. Announcing the completely revised third edition of What to Expect the First Year. With over 10.5 million copies in print, First Year is the world’s best-selling, best-loved guide to the instructions that babies don’t come with, but should. And now, it’s better than ever. Every parent’s must-have/go-to is completely updated. Keeping the trademark month-by-month format that allows parents to take the potentially overwhelming first year one step at a time, First Year is easier-to-read, faster-to-flip-through, and new-family-friendlier than ever—packed with even more practical tips, realistic advice, and relatable, accessible information than before. Illustrations are new, too. Among the changes: Baby care fundamentals—crib and sleep safety, feeding, vitamin supplements—are revised to reflect the most recent guidelines. Breastfeeding gets more coverage, too, from getting started to keeping it going. Hot-button topics and trends are tackled: attachment parenting, sleep training, early potty learning (elimination communication), baby-led weaning, and green parenting (from cloth diapers to non-toxic furniture). An all-new chapter on buying for baby helps parents navigate through today’s dizzying gamut of baby products, nursery items, and gear. Also new: tips on preparing homemade baby food, the latest recommendations on starting solids, research on the impact of screen time (TVs, tablets, apps, computers), and “For Parents” boxes that focus on mom’s and dad’s needs. Throughout, topics are organized more intuitively than ever, for the best user experience possible.
Harlequin Desire brings you three new titles for one great price, available now! This Harlequin Desire bundle includes Her Pregnancy Secret by NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author Ann Major, The Sheikh’s Son by Kristi Gold and Matched to a Billionaire by Kat Cantrell. Look for 6 new compelling stories every month from Harlequin Desire!
This profound and poignant collection highlights some of the best literary writers of our time in an era when the roles of mothers and daughters are constantly being questioned and redefined. Because I Love Her explores the deepest bonds and truths of motherhood by sharing stories and secrets of becoming a mother and grandmother. Ranging from established and bestselling authors to exciting new voices, these women reveal what their mothers taught them, what they in turn hope to impart to their daughters and, finally, what they've learned as a bridge between the two.
The story is set in western Pennsylvania, in the town of Somerville. Ever since moving there five years ago, fourteen year old Luke Wagner has put up with the jokes and pranks of Kenny Cesick, like the snake in the barn, the squirt gun, and the bowling tournament. Katy, Kenny’s sister, tells Luke to fight fire with fire. So, Luke plans to get even at the catalpa challenge in the catalpa tree. But the accident wasn’t part of his plan. Branches looks at the unpredictability of teens and their impetuous responses to love, sadness, anger, and fear—and how depression can insidiously undermine a teenager’s life. The author survived a similar catalpa challenge growing up in western Pennsylvania. Fortunately, no tragedy occurred. But what if it had? That question is what launched this book.
Life at Robby Hummer's house is wild, fun, and a big mess since his twin brother and sister were born. At school, he'd rather read quietly than play games at recess of watch a filmstrip. But his teacher thinks he reads too much and sends him to Mrs. Van Gent, the schol counselor. Sheesh! Since when is liking books a problem? Meanwhile, some kids at school think it's weired that Robby's father stays home to take care of the twins while his mother works. Robby worries that, if his family is not like everybody else's, the authorities could take him away from them. When he learns that Mrs. Van Gent is coming to dinner, he knows she plans to spy. He's got to turn the Hummers into a normal family-now!
Kingman Ranch is the third book of the Kingman-1971 series. Brent Kingman has returned home wounded, very ill and plagued by nightmares that nearly drive him crazy at times. As lightening rips through the sky on his wedding night he reacts as if still in combat and Jamaica safety is, once more, threatened.
The first step to letting go of the past is forgiving it… Every day of her life Julia Rich lives with the memory of a horrible accident she caused long ago. In the years since, she has tried to hide her guilt in the quiet routine of teaching at a small South Carolina college, avoiding close relationships with family and would-be friends. But one day a phone call from Carmen, a niece she has never met, disrupts her carefully controlled world. Carmen is a study in contrasts—comical yet wise, sunny yet contemplative, soft yet assertive. As she sets about gently drawing Julia from her self-imposed solitude into a place of hope, she also seeks her own peace for past mistakes. Together, the two women embark on a journey that takes Julia far from the familiar comfort of home and gives Carmen the courage to open her heart. Together, their sightseeing trip turns into a discovery of truth, grace, redemption, and, finally, love…
Spiritual gifts are given to all of us. It is through these gifts our lives take flight.... In a relationship with Princess Juliana Radcliffe of Liechtenstein, Jonathan Baker became a father. He never thought her a princess Or that loving her would be dangerous Until a political threat arose Forcing their flight to protect their young family. Years have passed and now their children, Princess-Apparent Catherine and Prince –Apparent Trevor, are poised for their irrevocable futures. The spiritual gifts of others guide their journey. For Catherine, a chance encounter with a high school friend leads to motherhood’s door. The spiritual connection to her and her brother’s past finds its advent with this new life. Her journey finds its roots in the spiritual gifts of others, gaining momentum through unsurpassable love, deep secrets, prophecies and shocking revelations. Can she pull the pieces together to help her family return to normalcy and their thrones?
The Potty Training Answer Book breaks down the top 200 questions parents ask when faced with the potty-training challenge. Compiled through both her own experiences and Q&A sessions with parents, parenting expert Karen Deerwester covers the difficult—and funny—questions you'll encounter with detailed advice and information. Real-world answers to all your potty-training questions: What is the average age for girls to be potty trained? What is the average age for boys to be potty trained? Does a child's temperament affect the chances of potty training accidents? What words should I use for body parts and bodily functions? Is nighttime potty training different than daytime potty training? Can rewards be a positive potty strategy? Written in an easy-to-read question-and-answer format, The Potty Training Answer Book gives you indispensable tips and techniques to help you keep the potty-training process as easy and painless as possible for both you and your child.
The book is about the life of two young people, Donald and Phyllis, which took root and survived through hundreds of love letters. Married in 1940, they spent four months together. For the remainder of their life, forty months, Donald spent training and guarding in Canada, preparing for the front in England and then in Europe till his death on April 30, 1945. Phyllis waited for his return while raising two children. This book contains, verbatim, many of the letters that became their life. Letters bursting with fears, hopes, and plans for how things may have been.
Since children develop the critical language and early reading skills necessary to enter kindergarten between birth and age five, reading aloud is one of the most influential steps librarians, teachers, parents, and caregivers can take to foster preschoolers’ literacy skills. Early exposure to books heavily influences vocabulary knowledge, which in turn improves later reading skills and helps foster lifelong literacy. Highlighting more than 300 birth-kindergarten titles, Bailey offers A hand-picked selection of quality books adeptly chosen to help develop crucial literacy skills such as expressive and receptive language, expanded vocabularies, narrative skills, print awareness, the ability to understand written language, awareness of story structure, alphabetic knowledge, and phonological sensitivity Thorough annotation of each title, including a full bibliographic record, a short summary, and journal reviews Chapters organized by type of book, from primary skills books, wordless picture books, and rhyming books to toy and movable books A list of additional resources helpful for building a core collection Valuable for regular use by caregivers as well as for collection development, this book spotlights hundreds of titles that are engaging and fun for reader and preschooler alike.
It is the most common complex birth defect. Spina bifida affects approximately one out of every 1,000 children born in the United States. In this comprehensive guide, Dr. Adrian Sandler offers a wealth of useful information on the medical, developmental, and psychological aspects of this condition. Accurate, accessible, and up-to-date, Living with Spina Bifida is written especially for families and professionals who care for children, adolescents, and adults with spina bifida. This edition contains a new preface by the author, addressing recent developments in research and treatment, as well as an updated list of spina bifida associations.
The third verse of “Silent Night” describes God’s interaction with us as being like “radiant beams from Thy holy face.” He’s constantly giving us amazing little touches that make a big difference in our lives. I call those “radiant beams” and put them into story form. Hope you like! When the solution to a problem drops out of nowhere . . . when you “hear” a still, small voice speaking to your heart . . . when a coincidence leaves you laughing and shaking your head . . . that’s God. Let’s celebrate the joy of living, blessed by the sweetness and love of the Light of the World. ~ Susan Darst Williams, Mount Laundry, Nebraska
One rainy afternoon in Istanbul, a woman walks into a doctor's surgery. 'I need to have an abortion', she announces. She is nineteen years old and unmarried. What happens that afternoon will change her life. Twenty years later, Asya Kazanci lives with her extended family in Istanbul. Due to a mysterious family curse, all the Kaznci men die in their early forties, so it is a house of women, among them Asya's beautiful, rebellious mother Zeliha, who runs a tattoo parlour; Banu, who has newly discovered herself as clairvoyant; and Feride, a hypochondriac obsessed with impending disaster. And when Asya's Armenian-American cousin Armanoush comes to stay, long hidden family secrets connected with Turkey's turbulent past begin to emerge. 'Wonderfully magical, incredible, breathtaking...will have you gasping with disbelief in the last few pages' Sunday Express 'A beautiful book, the finest I have read about Turkey' Irish Times 'Heartbreaking...the beauty of Islam pervades Shafak's book' Vogue
Book One of Halo Hattie's Boarding House Series. Busy, executive-type Sean Flannigan hadn't planned on taking time off from work. But the unexpected break comes just in time for him to watch his nine-month-old niece, Carly Ann, during his sister's two-week business trip. The only glitch is: Sean has no idea how to care for a baby. Neither, to his chagrin, does his beautiful new neighbor: the equally busy, female-executive-type Julia Evans--though, ultimately, the two have a lot of fun trying to figure out which end to diaper and which end to feed. But what will happen when it's time to give the baby back? Can Sean and Julia go back to the "rat race" and life as usual? Or are their hearts ready to Say Uncle... and Aunt?