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A Child S Life

Author : Jenny Lee
ISBN : 9781503506640
Genre : Self-Help
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Children can be easily lazy when they have too much freedom. But if they are loaded with stress to have duty for study from a very young age, they must stay at the stage to explore their senses. -JENNY LEE “Using techniques and learning skills from my post graduate degree in Early Childhood, I try to show how children can achieve their independent learning. For my efforts to run my children centre around 16 years in Sydney, I found children not only enhance their academic skills same like in Korea but also develop their thinking process with exposing senses as emphasized in Australia. The book helps you understand as much with case studies and theoretical backgrounds. I was encouraged with cheer me up to publish my book. Now I hope to the parents with young children will have encourage like me”.
Category: Self-Help

A Child S Life Of Christ

Author : Hesba Stratton
ISBN : 9783849673536
Genre : Religion
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This book is merely the story of the life and death of our Lord. It has been written for those who have not the leisure, or the books, needed for threading together the fragmentary and scattered incidents recorded in the Four Gospels. These records have been searched diligently for the smallest links, which might serve to complete the chain of those years passed amongst us by One who called himself the Son of man, and did not refuse to be called the Son of God. The great mystery that surrounds Christ is left untouched. Neither love nor thought of ours can reach the heart of it, whilst still we see him as through a glass darkly. When we behold him as he is, face to face, then, and only then, shall we know fully what he was, and what he did for us. Whilst we strain our eyes to catch the mysterious vision, but dimly visible, we are in danger of becoming blind to that human, simple, homely life, spent amongst us as the pattern of our days. Happy they who are content with being known of God.
Category: Religion

1881 A Day In A Child S Life

Author : Kate Greenaway
ISBN :
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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1881年的英文童谣有些什么歌?该怎么唱呢? 其实现在还找得到19世纪的儿歌歌谱哦!英国绘本作家Kate Greenaway (1846~1901)搜集了19世纪的九首儿歌,然后为每首儿歌配上维多利亚时代风格的插图,让可爱的童谣添加了视觉上的趣味,犹如欣赏一部部复古题材的动画片,让每一首儿歌都是有故事的童谣。 《Waking》《The Lesson》《Playtime》《Grace Before Meals》《A Song Of A Doll》《A Romp》《Tired》《Child’s Prayer》《Sleeping》
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Revolutionize Your Child S Life

Author : Peggy Caruso
ISBN : 9781630472528
Genre : Family & Relationships
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"Revolutionize Your Child’s Life" will assist parents by educating them on how to identify problems with their child and provide a resolution.
Category: Family & Relationships

Feather A Child S Death And Life

Author : Robert Peters
ISBN : 0299153606
Genre : Social Science
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With great tenderness, poet and critic Robert Peters recalls the brief life and sudden death of his son Richard, a four-year-old called "Feather" by his sister Meredith and brother Rob. Feather returns home ill one day from nursery school, spends the afternoon in bed with his father and his stuffed toy seal, and dies that evening. Looking back after decades on that February day in 1960, when the skinned knees, colds, and fevers of childhood were obliterated by the unthinkable--fatal meningitis--Peters sees with harrowing clarity the image of that little boy in the tugboat pajamas lying still on a gurney, one bare foot visible at the edge of the sheet. He recalls his anger, his confusion: "What shall I do with my hands?" Feather: A Child's Death and Life is an album of poetic and sometimes visceral snapshots: portraits of a family, a house, a strained marriage, a father reading poems to his children, a young academic struggling to establish himself, Peters catches his family in moments of almost transcendent joy and crushing grief. The children's happiness on Christmas morning, in summer at a Canadian lake, or ice skating is shadowed by lessons in accepting death: a succession of pet turtles, mice, and goldfish succumb; Dad butchers the Thanksgiving turkey, nicknamed "Gobble," in the snowy backyard. The fourth book in Robert Peters' series of memoirs, Feather not only illuminates the lives of father and child, but also reflects a moment in the life of a writer, as Peters' grief for his son finds expression in his first collection of poetry, Songs for a Son.
Category: Social Science

Living Alongside A Child S Recovery

Author : Billy Pughe
ISBN : 9781843103288
Genre : Social Science
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Talks about the use of therapeutic parenting to help with the recovery of traumatized children. This book focuses on the effects of attachment, the benefits of residential care, and what is needed to make therapeutic parenting work for children. It provides information on nurturing, primary care and offering structured environment for children.
Category: Social Science

How To Plan Your Child S Life And Educational Future

Author : Matthew Martin McKissick
ISBN : 9781612045771
Genre : Family & Relationships
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The world is changing drastically, modernizing in ways that will shape future generations. Although the opening of borders and the unity of cultural differences has brought some uniformity in beliefs toward world peace, it has also caused a crisis affecting the survival of future generations. While advancement in technology and cultural unity are credited for creating a better world, within these blessings, this has also brought forth a greater intensity in which future generations must be more assertive toward reaching their goals and successes. Underprivileged people from foreign countries now have access to the same opportunity for future careers in prestigious jobs, and they have greater ambition and desire than their competitors, the laid-back privileged individuals. Although overpopulation and economic changes will always cause a struggle for employment, there will be a greater opportunity for those parents who are aware of the changes affecting their child's future displacement of jobs. In this turning of a new century and millennium, every child's future will be at risk.So parents need to be aware of the crisis ahead in which their child is vulnerable and could become a possible victim of being a lost soul in a world of expectations. If parents want their child to have future job prosperity and success, this insightful book will warn them of the dangers ahead. Otherwise, all the time and finances invested toward their child's future well-being will have no value. Highly recommended for new born parents and parents who have young children ages 3 to 9 http: //sbpra.com/MatthewMartinMcKissic
Category: Family & Relationships

100 Places That Can Change Your Child S Life

Author : Keith Bellows
ISBN : 9781426208768
Genre : Travel
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Kids who learn to travel will travel to learn. National Geographic Traveler Editor Keith Bellows sends you and your children globetrotting for life-changing vacations that will expand their horizons and shape their perspectives. What youwon’t find inside: predictable itineraries and lists of landmarks and events. Instead, you’ll get evocative, slice-of-life experiences and age-appropriate ideas that illuminate place and culture. Each chapter of 100 Places That Can Change Your Child’s Life plumbs the heart of a special place—from the Acropolis to Machu Picchu to the Grand Canyon—all from the perspective of insiders who see destinations through a child’s eyes. You’ll meet actor and travel writer Andrew McCarthy, who tours the suqs of Marrakech with his seven-year-old son; photographer Annie Griffiths, who shares the miraculous migration to Mexico of the monarch butterflies; Tom Ritchie, who has guided countless children and parents to Antarctica for more than 30 years; the waterman who knows where to see the ponies of Assateague in the true wild; and countless others who are cultural treasures, great storytellers, and keepers of a sense of place. Packed with ideas to supplement the travel experience—foods, music, films, and carefully curated lists of kid-friendly activities and places to eat and stay—this inspiring book is the perfect trip planner to excite children about culture and the unique magic the world has to offer. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Category: Travel