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The Wholesome Child

Author : Mandy Sacher
ISBN : 1510736859
Genre : Family & Relationships
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The North American Edition of the Australian Bestseller In The Wholesome Child, leading pediatric nutritionist Mandy Sacher provides creative and effective strategies and recipes designed to get even the fussiest of eaters to try new, whole foods. Mandy knows switching gears and eating healthier doesn’t happen overnight with young children, but that small changes can make a massive difference to the health and well-being of a family. Presented in eight easy-to-follow steps?Swap to Whole Grains, Reduce Sugar, Increase Vegetables, Boost Protein, Healthy Fats, Balance Fruit, Rethink Dairy, and Avoid Nasties?Mandy’s expertly researched and informative guide is accompanied by more than 140 delicious, easy-to-make whole food recipes and menu planners. All recipes adapted for the North American audience using imperial measurements, have been inspired by a genuine passion for healthy eating and tested by real families. The Wholesome Child provides meaningful answers and proven solutions to the questions and challenges that are raised time and time again in Mandy’s workshops, in parenting forums, and by her clients and friends. It’s an invaluable companion that will help parents support their family’s health journey while bringing fun and enjoyment to meal times.

Wholesome Child

Author : Mandy Sacher
ISBN : 0985136863
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Supporting Children And Families

Author : Mark Avis
ISBN : 184642741X
Genre : Social Science
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Supporting Children and Families gathers together the lessons learned from perhaps the largest scale social experiment ever undertaken in England - Sure Start, the programme designed to improve the emotional development, health and education of children. It boils down the huge amount of knowledge and experience generated by the Sure Start programmes and local evaluation studies, with chapters encompassing child development and healthcare, partnership working with existing local services, parental employment and supporting families with young children, reaching out to marginalised groups and strengthening communities. In addition to summarizing the findings of numerous innovative projects, contributors draw on their experiences of the successes and challenges to offer advice for those engaged in current and future practice. Each chapter concludes with `three lessons for Children's Centres'. With its strong focus on practice implications, this book is indispensable reading for practitioners working in health, social and educational services for children and families, as well as students or researchers, and policymakers in these fields.

Last Child In The Woods

Author : Richard Louv
ISBN : 9781848877498
Genre : Family & Relationships
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This huge international bestseller, fully revised for non-American readers, is now in ebook. Last Child in the Woods shows how our children have become increasingly alienated and distant from nature, why this matters, and what we can do to make a difference. It is unsentimental, rigorous and utterly original. 'A cri de coeur for our children' Guardian Camping in the garden, riding bikes through the woods, climbing trees, collecting bugs, picking wildflowers, running through piles of autumn leaves... These are the things childhood memories are made of. But for a whole generation of today's children the pleasures of a free-range childhood are missing, and their indoor habits contribute to epidemic obesity, attention-deficit disorder, isolation and childhood depression. This timely book shows how our children have become increasingly alienated and distanced from nature, why this matters and how we can make a difference. Last Child in the Woods is a clarion call, brilliantly written, compelling and irresistibly persuasive - a book that will change minds and lives.

Raising Consumers

Author : Lisa Jacobson
ISBN : 9780231509244
Genre : History
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In the present electronic torrent of MTV and teen flicks, Nintendo and Air Jordan advertisements, consumer culture is an unmistakably important—and controversial—dimension of modern childhood. Historians and social commentators have typically assumed that the child consumer became significant during the postwar television age. But the child consumer was already an important phenomenon in the early twentieth century. The family, traditionally the primary institution of child socialization, began to face an array of new competitors who sought to put their own imprint on children's acculturation to consumer capitalism. Advertisers, children's magazine publishers, public schools, child experts, and children's peer groups alternately collaborated with, and competed against, the family in their quest to define children's identities. At stake in these conflicts and collaborations was no less than the direction of American consumer society—would children's consumer training rein in hedonistic excesses or contribute to the spread of hollow, commercial values? Not simply a new player in the economy, the child consumer became a lightning rod for broader concerns about the sanctity of the family and the authority of the market in modern capitalist culture. Lisa Jacobson reveals how changing conceptions of masculinity and femininity shaped the ways Americans understood the virtues and vices of boy and girl consumers—and why boys in particular emerged as the heroes of the new consumer age. She also analyzes how children's own behavior, peer culture, and emotional investment in goods influenced the dynamics of the new consumer culture. Raising Consumers is a provocative examination of the social, economic, and cultural forces that produced and ultimately legitimized a distinctive children's consumer culture in the early twentieth century.

Growing Up With Divorce Help Yr Child Avoid Immed

Author : Neil Kalter
ISBN : 9781439108383
Genre : Family & Relationships
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For many years, Growing Up With Divorce has offered divorced parents transformative insight, solace, and practical guidance on how to help their children cope with the stresses caused by marital separation. Every child is unique, yet there are certain common reactions to the stresses of divorce anger, a sense of divided loyalties, lasting intimacy issues. Dr. Neil Kalter explains that, for children, divorce is not a single event but is comprised of "a series of events that occur over many years." Identifying three stages of divorce, Dr. Kalter cites the particular struggles associated with each stage and explains how gender as well as cognitive, emotional, and social development also affect how children react. Dispensing sage advice on everything from understanding and minimizing the anxieties that underlie various troublesome behaviors to smoothing out your child's transitions between her two households to incorporating a new spouse into your family, Dr. Kalter gives parents and the professionals who treat divorced families an indispensable guide to navigating the difficulties of divorce.

A Handbook Of Child Welfare

Author : Joan Laird
ISBN : 9780029180907
Genre : Political Science
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Peeps At Many Lands Australia

Author : Frank Fox
ISBN : 9781105706394
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Challenges From The Middle

Author : Emeka Nzeocha
ISBN : 9781479712694
Genre : Education
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Behavior. Personality. Adolescence. Academic performance. These are some of the buzz phrases prevalent in middle school settings as educators wrestle with how to understand, manage, lead, and work with our middle school students and help shape them into responsible young adults. Character education (and many terms like it) is a concept that has been around for many years on every level of the educational process. In the middle school setting, there is an urgent need for character education, regardless of what form it takes. Sadly, some schools and/or the administration abandon this process in the vigorous pursuit of higher test scores. This book condenses my empirical research into character education with a focus on the inner city middle school setting. I examined how school stakeholders viewed this topic, what they know about it, why they support or disapprove of character education, and possible steps schools could take to implement their own initiatives successfully, both in the middle school setting and others as well.

History Of Long Island

Author : Benjamin Franklin Thompson
ISBN : HARVARD:32044020087169
Genre : Long Island (N.Y.)
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