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Mummy Doesn T Love You

Author : Alexander Sinclair
ISBN : 9781407026572
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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As a young boy, Alexander Sinclair was the target of his mother's irrational hatred. She stopped at no lengths in her campaign to tear him to pieces both mentally and physically. In his chilling memoir, Alex describes how he received the most unnecessary and appalling treatment in mental institutions because of her actions, to the point where his mental and physical health deteriorated to a perilous state. Covering her tracks with cunning deception, his mother began by beating him repeatedly and forcing him to take a dangerous mix of amphetamines and Valium. His health already in balance, and raped by an uncle, the professionals believed his mother's lies. Mental asylums in Greece and the UK followed, as did isolation cells and ECT. But his mother's hatred was to take a more sinister turn still - how much more could Alex take and still survive? Not since Sickened has there been a book that catalogues a child's experience of being made devastatingly ill at the hands of their mother. Dramatic and uniquely shocking, this is a memoir that will haunt the reader long after they close the final page.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Why Mummy Doesn T Give A

Author : Gill Sims
ISBN : 9780008340476
Genre : Fiction
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Family begins with a capital eff.
Category: Fiction

It Hurts You Inside

Author : Tina Hyder
ISBN : 9781905818617
Genre : Social Science
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This was the first publication to give young children's' views and experiences of smacking. A total of 76 children took part in the consultations, ranging in age from four to seven years, and from several ethnic and cultural backgrounds. Among other things, they were asked to define smacking, how it feels to be smacked and why they thought adults smacked children.
Category: Social Science

Household Words

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ISBN : COLUMBIA:0315318532
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Top Tips For Toddler Tantrums

Author : Gina Ford
ISBN : 9781409005476
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 84.92 MB
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Toddlers tantrums can be both embarrassing and stressful for parents. Gina Ford's Top Tips for Coping with Toddler Tantrums offers parents concise and effective advice on how to deal with this seemingly uncontrollable behaviour. Gina's no-nonsense quick and easy parenting tips will help you to: - understand why children have tantrums - learn ways to prevent a tantrum when you see it coming - calm a toddler in the middle of his tantrum - learn how to stay calm yourself This handy guide is full of practical, sensible advice to help parents, and toddlers, cope with tantrums.
Category: Family & Relationships

Bertie Plays The Blues

Author : Alexander McCall Smith
ISBN : 9781405511230
Genre : Fiction
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Even down to its well-set Georgian townhouses, Edinburgh is a hymn to measure and harmony. But on Scotland Street, domestic accord is in short supply. Matthew and Elspeth welcome three new arrivals, though the joys of multiple parenthood are somewhat lost due to sleep deprivation and the difficulties of telling their brood apart. Angus and Domenica are to marry, and Domenica has ambitious and disturbing plans for their living arrangements, especially when it appears that Antonia, in Italy recuperating from Stendhal Syndrome, may not return. And little Bertie, feeling blue, puts himself up for adoption on eBay. Can Edinburgh's most deliciously dysfunctional residents forsake discord and learn to dance to the same happy tune?
Category: Fiction

Carol Smillie S The Working Mum S Handbook

Author : Carol Smilie
ISBN : 9781448132300
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Carol Smillie, popular TV presenter and working mother, guides mothers through the practical problems and emotional issues they face when returning to work. Her advice will give mothers all the information they need to know on: Achieving a work-life balance Maternity leave and pay, parental leave and tax credits Choosing suitable childcare Surviving the nine-to-five, or finding a job after a career break Streamlining household chores, cooking and entertaining Fully revised and updated to include all the latest information on mothers' rights at work and the benefits they're entitled to.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Cat Mummy

Author : Jacqueline Wilson
ISBN : 9781407045337
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Verity adores her cat, Mabel, and is desperately sad when she dies. Remembering her recent school lessons about the Ancient Egyptians, Verity decides to mummify Mabel and keep her hidden. Verity's dad and grandparents can't bear to talk about death, having lost Verity's mum several years ago - but when they eventually discover what Verity has done, the whole family realises it's time to talk. A superb handling of bereavement in Jacqueline Wilson's uniquely accessible and enjoyable style, for younger readers.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Mummy Make It Stop

Author : Louise Fox
ISBN : 9780755319114
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Louise's childhood was a living nightmare. Repeatedly sexually abused by her mother's out-of-control boyfriend, the little five year old was surrounded by evil. Louise was beaten with leather belts, starved and neglected, as the family suffered at the hands of both their mother and her partner. Finally, her tormentor was arrested. But her mother stood by him and Louise was dragged to prison visits every week, forced to sit on her abuser's knee and tell him how much she loved him and wanted him to come home. The horror continued when her mother found a new partner even worse than the last. Within months he was assaulting and eventually raping Louise. Taken into care, Louise ended up addicted to drugs and selling her body. But the birth of her child saw Louise vow to turn her life around - and that is just what she did. She broke free, and MUMMY, MAKE IT STOP, is the true story of a brave spirit that refused to be crushed.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Mummy I Want To Be A Baby Again Vol 3

Author : Ben Pathen
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It is arguably the most common theme in ABDL fiction – becoming a baby again, perhaps forever and perhaps completely so. For many Adult Babies, the idea of being able to give into our wishes and desires completely and without restriction is a wonderful concept and one that grabs out attention. For the vast majority of adult babies, the expression of our inner infant is complicated by endless compromises and limits on what we can actually do. Our partners limit us. Our finances limit us. Social acceptance - and the lack thereof – limits us. Friends, employment, family and other issues limit us. But fiction can overcome all of these. In fiction, we can bend the rules of probability, break the bounds of social norms and erase the limits that otherwise keep us from expressing our inner infancy the way we wish. In these three books, you will read of adults that become complete babies once more. If they are not originally completely willing to become babies again, they quickly discover the joys, the peace and comfort of diapers, baby clothes, bottle feeds and baby toys. Infancy is entrancing to almost everyone, but for those special people – adult babies – infancy is only a diaper-change away and stories of grownups reverting to babyhood is less fiction, than an innate desire that we express on the pages of a book. Enjoy your stay in the world of refreshing infancy. The Three Novels are: Discharged into Infancy The Washing Line A Mother's Love

Mummy Dearest

Author : Joan Hess
ISBN : 9781447279358
Genre : Fiction
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Claire Malloy-a single, widowed mother of a teenage daughter and a bookseller in Farberville, Arkansas-has finally said 'I do' to her swain, Peter Rosen of the local police department. Now they are on their honeymoon in Luxor, Egypt. Well, Claire is on her honeymoon, accompanied by her daughter Caron, and Inez, Caron's best friend and frequent partner in adventure. Peter, meanwhile, is mostly away doing business in his new, completely undiscussed role in law enforcement. At the glamorous Winter Palace in Luxor, Claire is intent on a quiet, uneventful stay involving shopping, and tourist sites. But despite her determined efforts to avoid trouble, the tenor of the trip quickly switches from sleepy to creepy. First, Caron and Inez are chased through darkened deserted alleys by persons unknown. Then a blond college student of their recent acquaintance is kidnapped by two young men on horseback in a scene reminiscent of a Hollywood horror film. Something is clearly afoot in this tourist paradise . . . and now Claire will stop at nothing to find out what.
Category: Fiction

Why Mummy Swears

Author : Gill Sims
ISBN : 9780008284237
Genre : Fiction
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The hilarious second novel, and Sunday Times No 1 Bestseller, from author of the smash hit Why Mummy Drinks.
Category: Fiction

Katie S Two Wars

Author : Barbara Azore
ISBN : 9781460258576
Genre : Fiction
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Katie's Two Wars is a story about the Second World War as seen through the eyes of a child and the effect that war and all the subsequent wars has on her in her adult life when she struggles to come to terms with the Christian beliefs in a loving God who created the human race.
Category: Fiction

Fast Friends

Author : Stuart Kaufman
ISBN : 9781462833603
Genre : Fiction
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FAST FRIENDS is the story of Dr. Ernest Berger, a college English professor, and his pal, Bobby Taylor, a tennis player and playboy, that takes place up in the woods of Vermont. The novel would have to be considered a picaresque, a tale of rogues and rascals and a recounting of their various adventures and incidents. It is a series of incidents and episodes connected chronologically, with little or no motivation or complication of plot: it is simply a realistic unfolding of many lives, their trials and tribulations and their ultimate redemption, and salvation. The book is about Dr. Berger, a frustrated, married English professor and poet, who is totally bored with teaching the rich progeny of Americas finest families up in the green mountains of Vermont and longs to go out to Hollywood and become a scriptwriter and live the glamorous tabloid existence that he has dreamed of. He loves his wife and young sons, but is seduced by the flesh of many a young, eager and confused coed. And, of course, part of his dream is to be rich and cavort with Hollywood stars, and leave the drab world of teaching behind. The catalyst, as it turns out, is Mr. Bobby Taylor, a swinging, handsome, down to earth Vermonter, who is a stark contrast to all the snobby, snooty writers and artist types that people the world of the infamous Endington College in southern Vermont. To Dr. Berger, his wife and young children, Bobby is a breath of fresh air. Then things begin to unravel, and the dream goes through various cycles of destruction and disruption. His odyssey finally comes full circle as Dr. Berger learns many lessons about love, and loss and battles desperately to regain the idyllic life that he gave away for a hollow fantasy.
Category: Fiction

The Green Mummy

Author : Fergus Hume
ISBN : 9781465559555
Genre : Acadia
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Within the last five minutes they had emerged from a sunken lane where the hedges were white with dust and dry with heat to a vast open space, apparently at the World’s-End. Here the saltings spread raggedly towards the stately stream of the Thames, intersected by dykes and ditches, by earthen ramparts, crooked fences, sod walls, and irregular lines of stunted trees following the water-courses. The marshes were shaggy with reeds and rushes, and brown with coarse, fading herbage, although here and there gleamed emerald-hued patches of water-soaked soil, fit for fairy-rings. Beyond a moderately high embankment of turf and timber, the lovers could see the broad river, sweeping eastward to the Nore, with homeward-bound and outward-faring ships afloat on its golden tide. Across the gleaming waters, from where they lipped their banks to the foot of low domestic Kentish hills, stretched alluvial lands, sparsely timbered, and in the clear sunshine clusters of houses, great and small, factories with tall, smoky chimneys, clumps of trees and rigid railway lines could be discerned. The landscape was not beautiful, in spite of the sun’s profuse gildings, but to the lovers it appeared a Paradise. Cupid, lord of gods and men, had bestowed on them the usual rose-colored spectacles which form an important part of his stock-in-trade, and they looked abroad on a fairy world. Was not SHE there: was not HE there: could Romeo or Juliet desire more? From their feet ran the slim, straight causeway, which was the King’s highway of the district—a trim, prim line of white above the picturesque disorder of the marshes. It skirted the low-lying fields at the foot of the uplands and slipped through an iron gate to end in the far distance at the gigantic portal of The Fort. This was a squat, ungainly pile of rugged gray stone, symmetrically built, but aggressively ugly in its very regularity, since it insulted the graceful curves of Nature everywhere discernible. It stood nakedly amidst the bare, bleak meadows glittering with pools of still water, with not even the leaf of a creeper to soften its menacing walls, although above them appeared the full-foliaged tops of trees planted in the barrack-yard. It looked as though the grim walls belted a secret orchard. What with the frowning battlements, the very few windows diminutive and closely barred, the sullen entrance and the absence of any gracious greenery, Gartley Fort resembled the Castle of Giant Despair. On the hither side, but invisible to the lovers, great cannons scowled on the river they protected, and, when they spoke, received answer from smaller guns across the stream. There less extensive forts were concealed amidst trees and masked by turf embankments, to watch and guard the golden argosies of London commerce.
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Return The Hearts Of The Father

Author : J.A. Cain
ISBN : 9781599797892
Genre : Fiction
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DIVGwin Brooklands leads a very tough life. She grew up without a father. Her mother hates her. Like any young child, Gwin longs for love. She settles for small doses from the tight bond she has with her brother Paul until one day when she meets Josh Lambe./div
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The Tarot Reader S Daughter

Author : Helen Dunwoodie
ISBN : 9781446404164
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Rosa is surprised to discover tarot cards hidden in the wardrobe of her down-to-earth mum. Inextricably drawn to the cards, Rosa is rather shocked to find that she has a talent for using them - but even more shocked by her mother's fierce reaction to this. Unable now to resist the temptation to discover more, Rosa delves into her mother's background and finds it weirdly tangled with that of the mother of her new friend, Andy. As the two of them investigate what happened when their mothers were young, they tentatively develop their own feelings for each other too.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The World According To Bertie

Author : Alexander McCall Smith
ISBN : 9780748110735
Genre : Fiction
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Poor put-upon Bertie is still struggling to escape his overbearing mother's influence, his yoga lessons and his pink bedroom while wondering why new baby brother Ulysses looks uncomfortably like his psychotherapist. The insufferably handsome Bruce has returned from London to land, on his feet and rent-free, in the arms of heiress Julia Donald. But all is not well among the residents of 44 Scotland Street: Angus's dog and constant companion Cyril is under threat of execution, victim of a miscarriage of justice, while pretty, indecisive Pat and hopeless romantic Matthew are on the verge of making the most terrible mistake of their lives . . . Big Lou finds a new man, Matthew and Pat edge their relationship towards something more permanent - although this development is not without complications, when a glimpse of someone who just might be her handsome, caddish ex-flatmate Bruce sets Pat's pulse racing - and Domenica's friendship with Antonia is tested to the limit when an assortment of her belongings mysteriously appear in Antonia's new flat.
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