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  • Big Brothers Don't Take Napsby Louise Borden; Emma Dodd

    Margaret K. McElderry Books 2012; US$ 17.99

    Nicholas looks up to his big brother, James. James does all kinds of things that only older brothers can do?like write his name, read books, cross the street, and ride the school bus. But there?s one thing James doesn?t do: take a nap. Because big brothers don?t take naps. James assures Nicholas that someday he?ll be able to do all the things James... more...

  • To Raise Happy Kids, Put Your Marriage Firstby David Code

    The Crossroad Publishing Company 2009; US$ 12.95

    Addressing a common, destructive pattern in marriages, this guide helps couples reduce the distance in their marriage, thereby reducing the emotional baggage projected onto the children. When a marriage drifts apart, spouses tend to drift toward their children, creating an emotional burden that causes children to act out. Making children the center... more...

  • The Grandparents' Bookby Miriam Stoppard; Jinny Johnson

    Dorling Kindersley Ltd 2006; Not Available

    Reassuring advice, experience and wisdom from childcare expert Dr. Miriam Stoppard, a grandmother herself several times over. Every grandparent wants to make the most of life with their new grandchildren. But how can you build a close relationship? How far should you get involved? What about financial planning for the future? Discover not just... more...

  • Smile, Principessa!by Judith Ross Enderle; Stephanie Jacob Gordon; Serena Curmi

    Margaret K. McElderry Books 2012; US$ 16.99

    Mama and Papa call their little Principessa bambina Bina, and Papa takes her picture every day. ?Smile, Bina!? he says. Snap! Snap! Snap! Thousands of pictures! Then bambino Pasquale?Bino?is born, and everything changes. Papa doesn?t take pictures of Bina anymore; now he only seems to care about making Bino smile! Pooey! How Principessa... more...

  • Vintage Book Of Fathersby L Guinness; Louise Guinness

    Random House 2012; US$ 12.68

    Ideal fathers, cruel fathers, puffed-up-with-pride fathers, horribly and humanly flawed fathers: this wonderful anthology contains a whole range of experience from the amazed joy of new fatherhood, to the pains of bereavement, from the comic and eccentric Papa to the sinister and silent Dad. Louise Guinness has collected irresistible extracts spanning... more...

  • A New Baby at Koko Bear's Houseby Vicki Lansky

    Book Peddlers, The 2010; US$ 6.99

    In A NEW BABY AT KOKO BEAR?S HOUSE, a read-aloud story for young children and their parents, popular parenting author Vicki Lansky uses an adorable character, KoKo, the unisex little bear, to help them get ready for a new baby brother or sister. As KoKo learns about MaMa Bear?s pregnancy and BeBe Bear?s birth and homecoming, children will identify... more...

  • G'night Grandma, G'night John-Boyby Rus Slater

    Andrews UK 2012; US$ 2.99

    There are various names for it; three generation living, extended family, sad, lucky.....(depending on your opinions) but it boils down to this, after several generations of young Britons dreaming of growing up, flying the nest and getting a place of their own, there is now an increasing number of people aged between thirty and fifty who find themselves... more...

  • My Baby and Meby Lynn Reiser; Penny Gentieu

    Random House Children's Books 2012; US$ 16.99

    A NATURAL FOLLOW-UP to parent-baby bonding seen in You and Me, Baby! , Lynn Reiser and Penny Gentieu?s new concept book focuses on sibling bonding of the two-to-four year old with the new baby in the family. Told in the voice of the ?big? brother or sister, close-up photos show the two siblings together doing what each does best, such as drinking... more...

  • 101 Ways to Tell Your Child "I Love You"by Vicki Lansky; Travis Fortner

    Book Peddlers, The 2009; US$ 8.99

    In this endearing collection, the guru of mommies? offers a wealth of ways to remind children that they are loved. The book's imaginative, hands-on activities and projects help prove the adage that actions speak louder than words. They all can be implemented with little preparation and at little or no cost, making the book a boon for today?s busy... more...

  • No Go Sleep!by Kate Feiffer; Jules Feiffer

    Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books 2012; US$ 16.99

    A baby?finally?falls asleep with the rest of the world in this soothing picture book with audio from Kate and Jules Feiffer. And the sun said, ?I?ve gone for the day. When you wake up, I?ll be back to play.? Even though the stars are out and the moon is bright, the baby says, ?No, go, sleep!? But as the world around the baby gradually goes... more...