THE BREASTFEEDING BOOK YOUR DOCTOR RECOMMENDS
Spark and nurture your family's creativity--a guide for making creativity an intentional part of everyday life.
"May God grant me the serenity to accept the color pink, the courage to not let my house become a shrine to pink and princesses, and the wisdom to know that pink is just a color, not a decision to never attend college in the hopes of marrying wealthy."
- from The Feminist's Guide to Raising a Little Princess
Little Owl's mommy has laid a beautiful egg with a new baby owl inside, and Little Owl isn't pleased. He's her baby owl--she doesn't need a new one
But what if it's not an owl inside the egg? What if it's a baby penguin . . .
or a crocodile . . .
or a dragon?
It's fun to imagine, but maybe a baby owl is the best thing after all.
Something red falls from the sky. "A hat " says Dog. The other animals make a guess too. A little bed, A boat, A vase, Only Hare knows what it is, because it's his. A funny story in which several animals mistake a potty for other objects.
With wheels to turn, flaps to lift, and tabs to pull, this sturdy board book helps teach toddlers the necessities of bathroom hygiene.Playing is so much fun, but everyone has to take a potty break sometimes - even Elmo Taking all the right steps can be a challenge too, but now kids can help Elmo remember how by showing him the toilet paper, reminding him to flush and wash hands.
The new baby is coming soon . . . but Monkey is NOT ready. Acclaimed author and illustrator Marc Brown (Arthur) offers a fun and reassuring story about becoming a big brother.
"A perfect antidote to the hyper-vigilant, extra-electrified, standardized-tested, house-arrested, 21st-century childhood." --Richard Louv, bestselling author of Last Child in the Woods and Vitamin N
The author of the international bestseller 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don't Do turns her focus to parents, teaching them how to raise mentally strong and resilient children.
A groundbreaking, research-based guide that sheds new light on why young people make dangerous choices--and offers solutions that work
Mothers are superheroes when they're battling cancer, and this empowering picture book gives them an honest yet spirited way to share the difficult experience with their kids.
When it comes to parenting, more isn't always better-but it is always more tiring