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📒We The Kids ✍ David Catrow
📝We the Kids Book Synopsis : Presents an illustrated version of the preamble to the Constitution of the United States.
📒How To Have Healthy Happy Children ✍ Kristina Murrin
📝How to Have Healthy Happy Children Book Synopsis : A ten-step plan to helping you ensure a healthy and happy childhood for your child.
📒How Can We Light A Fire When The Kids Are Driving Us Crazy ✍ Ellen Kreidman
📝How Can We Light a Fire When the Kids Are Driving Us Crazy Book Synopsis : Remember a time when you and your mate weren’t too tired for romance? When you could take off on the spur of the moment for a glamorous evening or sexy weekend? Before listening for the patter of little feet put a damper on lovemaking? Believe it or not, you’re about to recapture the rapture! From the New York Times bestselling author of the runaway hit Light His Fire and number-one Light Her Fire comes a new self-help guide for men and women that fills a universal need. In How Can We Light a Fire When the Kids Are Driving Us Crazy?, love expert Ellen Kreidman conclusively proves that passion and parenthood can go hand in hand. Through observations, success stories, and techniques that have come out of her famous seminars, she shows married couples exactly how to light their fires and achieve the greatest possible level of emotional and sexual fulfillment. According to Kreidman, rekindling the sparks begins by acknowledging three core principles: • If you don’t have an affair with your mate, you risk the possibility that someone else will. • The best gift you can ever give your children is having a lasting relationship with your partner. • The happiest, most well-adjusted children come from a home in which the parents love each other. From that springboard, How Can We Light a Fire When the Kids Are Driving Us Crazy? goes on to offer sage advice and creative suggestions that encourage moms and dads to be loving partners, too—from homework assignments that teach you, your mate, and your children how to become better and more sensitive communicators, through a genuinely innovative list of “fifty-one ways to light a fire,” to two pages of stickers for scheduling and anticipating romantic rendezvous. And the Parents’ and Children’s Bills of Rights will keep the home fires burning while preventing meltdown. Whether the problem is finding a capable baby-sitter, the advisability of letting the kids into your bed, or discovering the best places to make love (home is the least arousing), you’ll find a wealth of effective answers here. Filled with the wit, compassion, and basic smarts that are Ellen Kreidman’s trademarks, How Can We Light a Fire When the Kids Are Driving Us Crazy? can make a marvelous difference in family happiness and harmony—as it restores the sizzle of courtship to married life.
📒Can T Control The Kids ✍ Dudley Clarence Sturgis IV
📝Can t Control the Kids Book Synopsis : Can't Control The Kids is a story of rebellion. Donnie, a young, quiet goth boy has just been dumped by his longtime girlfriend, Dana. Her brother is the school bully, and her father is the principal. Riley has just moved to Gaffney from New York City. He is in ROTC, but Donnie senses something much more dark and sexy behind his blue eyes. Love conquers them both and introduces them to other LGBT youth around the town. They all start a gang of graffiti artists, spray-painting everything from song lyrics to band symbols in hopes of bringing education and equality to the southern town of Gaffney, SC.
📒The Anxiety Cure For Kids ✍ Elizabeth DuPont Spencer
📝The Anxiety Cure for Kids Book Synopsis : A comforting, practical guide to helping your child deal with anxiety Fear, worry, stomach pains, self-doubt-- these are all classic symptoms of anxiety in children and teenagers. Anxiety affects both boys and girls, regardless of age, size, intelligence, or family specifics. And the only way your family can be free of anxiety is to confront it every time it appears. This book will show you how. The bestselling authors of The Anxiety Cure present a reassuring guide to help adults and children understand the way anxiety works. Using characters such as the Dragon and the Wizard, The Anxiety Cure for Kids explains how to overcome the negative impacts of anxiety and turn anxiety into a positive opportunity for the whole family. It outlines specific action steps to regain full control of your anxious child's life. You'll learn how to communicate effectively with your child, help him or her confront fear, and boost your child's feelings of accomplishment and self-esteem. The book also includes helpful advice for anyone who works with anxious children, such as teachers, coaches, therapists, and school nurses. The plentiful exercises and tips reveal how to: * Recognize the symptoms of anxiety in your child * Evaluate your child's need for medication and/or therapy * Utilize a journal to gain a clear perspective * Assess the role of your family in anxiety disorders * Set goals for the future-- including what to do if anxiety returns Overcoming anxiety in children takes time and persistence-- but it can be done. By making changes little by little, your child can get well and stay well. The lessons in The Anxiety Cure for Kids have helped many children break free from anxiety and, with your family's help, your child will too.
📒The Baby Sitters Club 72 Dawn And The We Love Kids Club ✍ Ann M. Martin
📝The Baby Sitters Club 72 Dawn and the We Love Kids Club Book Synopsis : After moving to California, Dawn, a charter member of the Baby-sitters Club, starts her own We Love Kids Club, and the laid-back club may become even more successful than Stoneybrook's Baby-sitters Club.
📒It S All About The Kids ✍ Coach Scooter Stevens
📝It s All About the Kids Book Synopsis : Take a journey into the magical yet sometimes complicated world of youth baseball through the eyes of a volunteer coach. It’s All about the Kids is a fascinating compilation of fictional stories based on actual events as retold by Scooter Stevens, a youth baseball coach for over ten years. From baseball to soccer, from basketball to football, from lacrosse to hockey, hundreds of thousands of children participate in all types of youth sports across the United States each season. Regardless of the sport the reader played as a child, coached as an adult, or had children participate in, Scooter Stevens masterfully recounts humorous, lighthearted, and sometimes unsettling stories about the ever-present dark side of youth sports. From West Palm Beach to Westlake, from Tidewater to Tacoma, It’s All about the Kids will be relatable to any reader who has ever experienced youth sports!
📝Free Range Kids How to Raise Safe Self Reliant Children Without Going Nuts with Worry Book Synopsis : Examines the dangers that parents fear for their children and offers advice on how to raise safe, independent children.
📒When We Were Kids ✍ Craig Alan Hendrix
📝When We Were Kids Book Synopsis : Written in the mindset of a kid growing up in the '60s and '70s, "When We Were Kids" takes the reader along on a bike ride to a simpler and more innocent time. Share the excitements, the disappointments, the youthful wonder and the never-ending enthusiasm of a young mind that was always focused on the next "plan of action". From tree houses to B-B guns, box turtles to rocketships, discovery and a passion for adventure were always the order for the day. Not all was happiness. Though there may not have been a Frankenstein in the basement or weird green hair from outer space, there was a very real monster to overcome and all too close to home. No monster can keep a good kid down, though. Take a simple idea, add a touch of imagination, then toss in Marty, the kid from across the street and you've got the perfect recipe for adventure. It's "Damn the torpedoes and full-speed ahead!"
📒The Kids Holiday Baking Book ✍ Rosemary Black
📝The Kids Holiday Baking Book Book Synopsis : From Scottish Scones and Cupid's Cupcakes to Grandma's Hamentaschen, Halloween Haystacks and Pumpkin Ice Cream Pie -- this a wonderful collection of fun, family-friendly dessert recipes from around the world. Rosemary Black, food editor at the New York Daily News and mother of six, is an expert at rolling up her sleeves and baking with kids - and finding terrific recipes that all ages will love to make and eat. In this delightful, informative new book, Rosemary brings together 150 very special recipes from around the world. Including delicious and fun-to-prepare cakes, cupcakes, cookies, brownies, pies, and more, plus a few non-baked treats, the book covers: New Year's Eve * Epiphany * Valentine's Day * Chinese New Year * St. Joseph's Day * Passover * Purim * St. Patrick's Day * Easter * Ramadan * Cinco de Mayo * Diwali * Fourth of July * Rosh Hashanah * Halloween * Thanksgiving * Hanukah * Christmas * Kwanzaa. Complete with explanations of equipment and ingredients, easy-to-follow instructions, and fun stories from around the world, The Kids' Holiday Baking Book is sure to become a family favorite.