Millions of families are affected by eating disorders, which usually strike young women between the ages of fourteen and twenty. But current medical practice ties these families' hands when it comes to helping their children recover. Conventional medical wisdom dictates separating the patient from the family and insists that ... read more
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Harriet Brown is an American journalist, and in Brave Girl Eating tells the story of her own da... read more
When Alice was nine years old, she and her father - a beloved school librarian - made a promise to read aloud together for 100 consecutive nights. Upon reaching their goal, they celebrated over pancakes, but it was clear that neither wanted to let go of what had become their reading ritual. They decided to continue what becam... read more
Learn how to communicate with your pre-verbal baby using Australian Baby Sign Language. The use of simple sign language can help babies communicate what they want and need before they can speak! The cards contain a selection of words relating to common objects, actions, animals and emotions.
Finding the best apps for your kids in the App Store? Easy.
With over a half-million apps in the App Store and that number growing, how do you find good apps for your children? With iPad Apps For Kids For Dummies, that's how. This great new guide cuts through the clutter and points parents in the direction of the best... read more
It's easy to bring the incredible iPad experience to your classroom today!
The iPad is natural fit for education in the 21st century, and this straightforward, full-color guide shows you just how to deploy it effectively in your educational institution. What is the best way to purchase iPads in quantity for your organ... read more
Babies’ first foods lay the foundations of future eating habits, so a healthy start can establish healthy patterns for a lifetime. Beginning with the first tastes of solid food at around six months old, Feeding Little Tummies includes dozens of healthy, easy recipes that will inspire New Zealand parents, grandparents a... read more
Nicola Galloway deserves major kudos for her fantastic cookbook, Feeding Little Tummies. I've been using it for my one year old for several months now and we've hit gold with every recipe and idea. The recipes are simple to make, with easy to find ingredients and are adaptable for seasonal usage. I also appreciate the researc... read more
Qualified nurse, personal trainer, fitness instructor, massage therapist and mother of two, Rachel Tomkinson, has spent the past four years researching ways to prevent her youngest daughter from suffering the severe eczema and 24 food allergies she was diagnosed with. Her investigation has brought to the fore that real food p... read more
202 Incredible Things to Make and Do on the Weekend delivers exactly what the title suggests: over 200 fun and creative projects and activities. The entries range in difficulty and complexity, and will fill anything from a wet afternoon to a whole weekend. Full of classic projects and traditional crafts, it makes an ideal gif... read more
Charismatic dog trainer Doggy Dan shares his insights and tips into how working with dogs has helped him bring up his children. What can a dog trainer teach us about parenting? Quite a lot it seems. Dan Abdelnoor, or Doggy Dan as he loves to be known, is a highly successful and much sought-after dog trainer, and dog whisperer... read more
|Author:||Po Bronson & Ashley Merryman|
What if we told you...that dishonesty in children is a positive trait that arguing in front of your kids can make you a good role model and that if you praise your children you risk making them fail ...and it was all true? Using a cutting-edge combination of behavioural psychology and neuroscience, award-winning journalists P... read more
Do you have a plan to educate your children about financial matters? - Do you think about the values that you are communicating to your children through the way you handle money? - Are you uncomfortable talking about money with your children? - Do you sometimes use money as a bribe to get your children to do what you tell the... read more
Understanding the Family Court what lawyers would tell you, if they had the time and you had the money is a jargon-free book that clearly sets out how the Family Court works and the law is applied. Knowledge is not only power but saves you money. Obtain an understanding of the operation of the Family Court and the relevan... read more
Jet and Tui are friends. They both have a secret problem with bedwetting Their story will help children who wet the bed to see that they are not the only ones, and that with a little help one day their secret too will be a thing of the past. A comprehensive section at the back of the book provides information and practic... read more
Somehow, somewhere, parenting has become far too complicated and serious. Battlefield Wisdom is the perfect antidote. As a gift for newbie parents, or a soothing balm for the bumps and bruises of the seasoned veteran, this handy little pocket-sized book is for all those who've been worn down by the dreary, politically correc... read more
Like most people, you probably want to consider names for your new baby sooner rather than later. Scrolling through the possibilities is, after all, one of the upsides of pregnancy - no weight gain, bouts of nausea, leg cramps, or nana pants involved. Hey, You is a must-have manual for naming your newborn that takes a humorou... read more
|Author:||et al Zoellner|
Children. They want everything and they want it now. They don't care about killing your sex life or the way they add six inches to the length of your breasts, and they sure as hell don't give a sh*t that you only slept 4 hours last night. Any person, physical need or dream that takes you away from them for even five seconds i... read more
This title offers a charming insight into child-rearing practices across the globe. For any parent weary of the so-called 'expert advice' that's peddled in books and on TV, this refreshing read lifts the lid on how other cultures parent their children, with some interesting - and surprising - insights. Mei-Ling Hopgood explor... read more
You know you've joined the MOB when you hear...'My, are they all yours?' 'Bless you!' (Occasionally) 'Poor you!' (Frequently) 'Lucky you!' (Once) And of course, the ultimate: 'So ...are you going for a girl?' Hannah Evans has three small boys. In her world, farting is so much more interesting than phonics, dam-building trumps... read more
...Every baby born into the world is a finer one than the last. - Charles Dickens What can compare to the miracle of birth? This beautiful collection of heartwarming quotes is the perfect gift for anyone welcoming a new baby into the world.
n his bestselling book Raising Competent Children Juul talks about embracing a new set of values, based on the assumption that families must be built not on authoritarian force or democratic tyranny, but on dignity and reciprocity between parent and child. Children are competent to express their feelings from birth, and they ... read more