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Parents communicate many things to their children. As the first and most enduring role models, parents set goals and teach values.
Babies are strange. They enter our lives, and things are never the same again. In this book, Ian Sansom (father of three) writes about human beings in their first year of life, and the cataclysmic effect they have on those around them
A book full of practical information on choosing the best type of birth experience for you and your baby and what to do in the final 8 weeks to prepare. Full of humour and encouraging birth stories, every mother-to-be will find it invaluable
Dr Gowri Motha is one the UK's most respected obstetricians, working in holistic practice alongside Dr Yehudi Gordon. Her Gentle Birth Method has been hugely popular with celebrities, including Gwyneth Paltrow
Before Miriam Stoppard, and even before Dr Spock, there was little in the way of books with advice for new mothers. Many woman relied on their parents for information on how to look after their new baby
Perfect Families: * Tick off museums in the guidebook * Tidy everything away neatly * Work hard and play fair * Show respect for one another Real Families: * Start fights in the Louvre * Keep all their worldly goods on the stairs and in the kitchen ...
A warm and inspiring read for parents, this book explores girls' emotional and physical development from ages 1 to 16. Every parent of girls aged between 1 and 16 will enjoy reading this informative and practical book
This is a practical guide for students on child-care courses, dealing with two key aspects - work placement and observation skills
Every mother-to-be approaches pregnancy differently; some are excited and positive in their outlook, while others feel apprehensive stressed and worried
The Month-By-Month Preschool Almanac Turn to this giant resource day after day, year after year! Full description
Questions about children's friendships and social development consume parents
This is a true story of one woman's journey from innocence and denial to enlightenment and empowerment. In a brutally honest and touching memoir, Laura Shapiro Kramer shares the story of her own experiences raising a special needs child
Step-by-step yoga postures specially adapted for each trimester, relaxation techniques and simple breathing exercises will show you how to adjust to the physical demands of labour and give birth with minimum strain
a complete guide to both what and how to feed your toddler, from one of the UK's most 'pragmatic', 'sensible' and 'reassuring' child nutritionists (Daily Telegraph) offers not just meal planners and recipes, but also nutritional information, and th...
With bookshops full of 'family-friendly' recipe books, what do you if your child won't even touch a tomato, let alone have one on their plate? Fussy eating is the bane of many parents' lives and is an age-old problem
An indispensable guide to handling every aspect of your child's behaviour from netmums. com - the fastest-growing online parents' organisation in the UK
Prepare Your Child for School answers the questions every parent asks when their child is about to leave their exclusive care and go out into the world of school: * Is my child ready for this challenge? * Will the teacher bring out the best in my ch...
Useful textbook for nursery nurse students as well for those qualified.
Indoors or out, on the go or at home, this volume provides plenty ideas for entertaining the tots. It offers parents and caregivers inexpensive, easy-to-do activities designed to teach and amuse children
Jo Frost, a. k. a Supernanny, is the answer to every stressed parent's dreams. In Channel 4's prime time series, Jo works miracles on unruly children, by dispensing tough love, no-nonsense rules and reassuring us that parents do know best
Are you a super-duper, totally fulfilled mother 24 hours a day? Do you give your children home-made risotto, help them with their homework, read them a fairy tale and sing them to sleep? Or do you give them chicken nuggets in front of the telly, her...
It should be the most natural thing in the world. But in Tony Parsons' latest bestseller, three couples discover that Mother Nature can be one hell of a bitch. Paulo loves Jessica. He thinks that together they are complete - a family of two