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Things Never To Tell Children

Author : The School Life
ISBN : 0995573689
Genre : Humor
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A darkly comic look at one bunny's journey from innocence to experience.

Children Never Tell

Author : Gwendolen Freeman
ISBN : CORNELL:31924013728047
Genre : Child rearing
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Nanny Knows Best Coping With Temper Tantrums

Author : Smith , Nanny With Nina Grunfeld
ISBN : 9781448146475
Genre : Family & Relationships
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No parent wants a constantly naughty, screaming or aggressive child -but when does parental discipline become over-control? How can you balance guidelines for good behaviour with allowing the child freedom to develop his or her own character? This helpful, practical and insightful book offers the key to confident parenting. Nanny Smith's tried and tested methods will turn a misbehaving child into a well-balanced child full of character and fun - and will help the parent at the same time.

Things Your Phone Can Never Tell You

Author : Sue Davidoff
ISBN : 9781973650997
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Written to “tough love” warn Generation Z (and others) that the phones and iPads they have been given — are actually stealing their very lives away, and that they are being “taken” away from reality into a “pretend” world where they are being “programmed” — away from — the most important things they need to know. Most young people do not even see this happening, so please give this book to someone you love and care about! SOMETHING GREATER MUST BE GIVEN.

Children Never Tell

Author : Chrisdina Nixon
ISBN : 1913762041
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"This story will always begin in the same place. I can tell it to you every day, I can change the sound of my voice but I can not make it start or end differently. No one heard me, no one asked why I did the things I did, but I heard my daughter's cries before they could hurt her. Grown ups hear what they want, what makes their lives easier and Children Never Tell." A childhood of abuse creates a psychosis that sees a mother prepared to kill to save her child.

300 Things You Should Never Say To A Woman

Author : Christa Zelle
ISBN : 9781450041669
Genre : Self-Help
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300 Things You Should Never Say To A Woman, is a humorous trek through the everyday fopas which plague most people on an everyday basis.Also,it is a helpful collection of verbal Dont´S, for anyone who wishes to avoid either turning off, or insulting a woman. While reading this book, some may say,"no one could be dumb enough to say something like that".Perhaps therea few out there who are smart enough to know better,yet obviously not all are that privilaged. Keep in mind, all the stories contained in this book are true storries, so obviously not everyone is as practiced in the delicate art of saying something constructive, without being offensive.

Adult Children Secrets Of Dysfunctional Families

Author : John Friel
ISBN : 9780757393358
Genre : Self-Help
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It is estimated that as many as 34 million people grew up in alcoholic homes. But what about the rest of us? What about families that had no alcoholism, but did have perfectionism, workaholism, compulsive overeating, intimacy problems, depression, problems in expressing feelings, plus all the other personality traits that can produce a family system much like an alcoholic one? Countless millions of us struggle with these kinds of dysfunctions every day, and until very recently we struggled alone. Pulling together both theory and clinical practice, John and Linda Friel provide a readable explanation of what happened to us and how we can rectify it.

30 Old Testament Interactive Stories For Young Children

Author : Steven James
ISBN : 078471939X
Genre : Religion
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This is a collection of favorite Bible stories, each written with a creative and meaningful storytelling technique especially suited to help teachers involve young children in the Bible story. Enjoy this library of favorite Bible stories and storytelling techniques developed by award-winning author and professional storyteller Steven James. Each book includes creative storytelling techniques especially suited to help teachers tell God’s story and involve children in the Bible story.

Wisdom Of A Lifetime

Author : Joseph Assante
ISBN : 9781410717757
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Joe Assante originally wrote this book with his children in mind. He pictured a young man un the Hospital on his deathbed. A horrified look on his face from the realization of all the things he will never get to tell his family. The young man wished he could write down his thoughts and review them so they contained all the wisdom he could pass along to his family if he were given a second chance. So that's what Joe did.

Proceedings Of The Nineteenth Annual Convention Of The Association Held At Watertown June 2 3 And 4 1874

Author : New York State Sunday School Teachers' Association (NEW YORK, State of)
ISBN : BL:A0023134197
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The Way Things Never Were

Author : Norman Finkelstein
ISBN : 9780595348084
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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A history of the United States during the 1950s and 1960s including sections on health care, eating habits, family life, environmental issues, and the condition of the elderly.

Adult Children Of Alcoholics

Author : Janet G. Woititz
ISBN : 9780757393419
Genre : Self-Help
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In the 1980's, Janet Woititz broke new ground in our understanding of what it is to be an Adult Child of an Alcoholic. In this updated edition of her bestseller she re-examines the movement and its inclusion of Adult Children from various dysfunctional family backgrounds who share the same characteristics. After decades of working with ACoAs she shares the recovery hints that she has found to work. Read Adult Children of Alcoholics to see where the journey began and for ideas on where to go from here.

The Book Of Samuel Children S Great Bible Texts

Author : James Hastings
ISBN : 9783849622275
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Here is a gold mine for the preacher, the teacher and the father and mother in the home who have it in mind to inculcate sound teaching, based upon the Word of God, so that the boys and girls of the congregations, Sunday-Schools and households may be thoroughly rooted and grounded in the essentials of the Christian faith. There are many volumes in this series of short addresses and they cover the entire range of the holy scriptures, from genesis to revelation. The material gathered here is fresh and varied and there is just enough of it to furnish the groundwork of the preacher's sermon, the Sunday school teacher's talk and the parent's reading and comment. Contents: A Little Coat. The Child-Prophet. The Right Kind Of Ears. Inquire Within. Only A Shepherd Boy. Five Smooth Stones. The Friend Of David. Walls. God's Jewel-Case. A Fool's Gap Paying Your Debts. God's Dwelling-Place. A Promise And How It Was Kept. Playing The Man. Absalom. Acting Ferry-Boat. The Greatness Of Gentleness. Jewels In The Mud. A Morning Without Clouds. A Precious Gift.

Remember To Tell The Children

Author : Henry A. Fischer
ISBN : 1463461801
Genre : Religion
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As the 19th Century dawned, the pioneering days of the Children of the Danube were now mostly behind them. The new generation no longer thought of Hesse, Baden and Wrttemberg when they heard their elders talk about home. Home was what they experienced in their own insular village enclaves scattered throughout Swabian Turkey in southwest Hungary. It was the quest for a new Heimat that had spurred their ancestors to come down the majestic Danube River almost a century before. Yet, three generations later, their descendants still remained Strangers and Sojourners in the land. It was their language, faith and traditions that provided cohesion to their life together but at the same time separated them from those around them. They remained outsiders and were seen as foreigners who were resistant to every attempt at assimilation. Having established their identity in their heritage they were forced to adapt to changing situations constantly challenging them. This often meant venturing beyond their own communities and living alongside those who spoke another language, subscribed to a different creed, observed customs and traditions unlike theirs and lived an accompanying different lifestyle. In response to these outside pressures, what emerged among them was a distinct society, which was perceived as a desire to remain Strangers and Sojourners. But history was not on their side as the Napoleonic Wars raged across Europe and left their mark on the political and social landscape. The following archconservative reaction set the scene for the upheaval known as the Revolution of 1848 that swept across Europe giving birth to the Hungarian War of Independence. All of this led to repercussions from which the Children of the Danube could not escape. As that history unfolds, Habsburg Emperors along with other notable historical personages will enter the story, but it will be the little known Archduchess Maria Dorothea, wife of the Viceroy of Hungary, who would have the greatest impact on the life and future of the Children of the Danube. All of this sets the scene for the next generations who will be remembered as the Emigrants and Exiles, and their story will constitute the final volume of the trilogy: Remember To Tell The Children.

Things I Must Tell The Children

Author : Gloria Gaither
ISBN : 0849953863
Genre : Religion
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As we go through our day-to-day lives, how often do we stop to really speak to our children….to impart wisdom that comes from experience? In Things I Must Tell The Children,songwriting legend Gloria Gaither offers universal truths and heartfelt sentiments that all parents should share with their children. The CD single of the title song, as recorded by the Bill Gaither Trio, is included. Gloria's oldest daughter, Suzanne, authors the foreword.

A Few Words About Children Addressed Chiefly To Nursemaids

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Some Things Never Change

Author : Ola Ekechukwu
ISBN : 9781483607757
Genre : Fiction
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Each story focuses on the main characters internal struggle to balance out personal principles with societal expectations consistent with the realities of living in present day Nigeria. In The Echoes of Twilight Bukola, the daughter of Nigerian immigrants flees the UK to Nigeria after losing her beloved father in suspicious circumstances and suffering untold abuse in the hands of her stepfather. Her fatherland however, offers no lasting comfort. Some Things Never Change tells the story of Jude Bellema a young medical doctor whose manipulative girlfriend coerces him to go against the ethics of his profession. He ultimately loses everything. Petals in the Rain centers around the emotional abuse, which a young girl forced into marriage, suffers in the hands of her ruthless husband. The fourth story The Lagos Onlooker delves into the culture shock experienced by a boy on his first visit to Lagos. It explores the seeming dearth of a societys conscience as it pertains to good and evil. The criteria for judging a womans success in present day Nigeria is the focus of the fourth story Before the Cock Crows. In this story, the main characters enviable success in her career fails to provide the much-needed fulfillment in the face of her mothers displeasure at her unmarried status. The last story in this collection The Lizard has Grown Hairs tells the story of a parents struggle to save their daughter from a seemingly unknown illness. It explores the relationship between African superstitious beliefs as compared to Western ideologies.

Baltimore S Mansion

Author : Wayne Johnston
ISBN : 9781446436103
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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I am foreborn of spud runts who fled the famines of Ireland in the 1830s, not a man or woman among them more than five foot two, leaving behind a life of beggarment and setting sail for what since Malory were called the Happy Isles . . .' So begins Baltimore's Mansion, Wayne Johnston's story of his grandfather Charlie, his father Arthur and of the small community of Ferryland on Newfoundland's Avalon Peninsula, founded as a Catholic community by Lord Baltimore in the 1620s. Charlie, a fisherman and blacksmith, is an ardent Newfoundland nationalist. His son Arthur, forced from boyhood to fish the freezing seas with his father, vows never to earn his living from Newfoundland's dangerous waters, and leaves the island in the heady months leading to the fateful 1948 referendum held to decide Newfoundland's future. While Arthur is away Charlie dies and Newfoundland cedes its independence to Canada, plunging Arthur into a lifelong battle with the personal demons that haunted the end of their relationship. In 1981, aged 23, Wayne Johnston himself leaves Newfoundland and old patterns threaten to repeat themselves. At times harrowing, at others both moving and funny, Baltimore's Mansions speaks to us all about the hardships, blessings and power of family relationships, of leaving home and returning.

Never Too Young

Author : Judy Miller
ISBN : 9781841870755
Genre : Children's rights
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This practical handbook shows how young children under the age of eight can participate, make decisions and take responsibility for their actions. It provides early years workers with information about why participation works, and techniques for involving children in the decisions that affect them.

Selected Tales For Children And Young People

Author : Maria Edgeworth
ISBN : 9781137341204
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Maria Edgeworth was a pioneer of realist children's literature. This critical edition reveals the range of her writing for children, ranging from stories for very young children to tales for young adults, and includes The Purple Jar, The Good Aunt and The Grateful Negro. Annotated with a comprehensive introduction based on original research.

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