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Wild Child Forest S First Home

Author : Tara Zann
ISBN : 9781250103826
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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A shy girl teaches a wild boy the ways of modern living in Wild Child: Forest's First Home, the first book in this sweet and funny chapter book series! On a family camping trip, Olive Regle encounters Forest, a young boy who has grown up in the wild. Olive’s father agrees to let Forest move in under the condition that Olive teach Forest everything about proper behavior. He’s never sat at a table, brushed his teeth, or even taken a bath before! It’s a lot to learn, and Olive’s brother, Ryan, isn’t helping—he tells Forest that football should be played inside. Can this wild child ever fit in? Don’t miss Olive’s and Forest’s next adventure Wild Child: Forest’s First Day of School! An Imprint Book
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Wild Child

Author : Francois Truffaut
ISBN : 1476798532
Genre : Fiction
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Category: Fiction

Taming The Wild Child

Author : Aaron Lederer
ISBN : 1440101426
Genre : Psychology
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Is your child impossible to control? Have you tried time-out, behavior modification, therapy, medication, all to no avail? If so, you need to read Taming the Wild Child. Psychoanalyst Aaron Lederer has devoted his entire professional life to developing ways for mothers to rescue their out-of-control children. He calls his method "corrective communication" and says, "If you want to change a child, just change the way you communicate with him." In Taming the Wild Child, you will discover how mothers use Lederer's corrective communication to bring about dramatic improvement in their children within just four to six weeks. After a few months, their children typically turn completely around. When you apply these techniques, you will see: Why your child needs some time free of pressure to change. Why punishing backfires and rewarding fails. How to talk to your child in ways that make him want to cooperate. How to get your child to assist in his own recovery. Inspiring and motivating, Taming the Wild Child is filled with real-life examples of harrowing experiences and amazing transformations that will give you the hope and the confidence you need to bring your own lost child home.
Category: Psychology

Wild Child

Author : Naomi Morgenstern
ISBN : 9781452956862
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Exploring how the figure of the “wild child” in contemporary fiction grapples with contemporary cultural anxieties about reproductive ethics and the future of humanity In the eighteenth century, Western philosophy positioned the figure of “the child” at the border between untamed nature and rational adulthood. Contemporary cultural anxieties about the ethics and politics of reproductive choice and the crisis of parental responsibility have freighted this liminal figure with new meaning in twenty-first-century narratives. In Wild Child, Naomi Morgenstern explores depictions of children and their adult caregivers in extreme situations—ranging from the violence of slavery and sexual captivity to accidental death, mass murder, torture, and global apocalypse—in such works as Toni Morrison’s A Mercy, Cormac McCarthy’s The Road, Lionel Shriver’s We Need to Talk about Kevin, Emma Donoghue’s Room, and Denis Villeneuve’s film Prisoners. Morgenstern shows how, in such narratives, “wild” children function as symptoms of new ethical crises and existential fears raised by transformations in the technology and politics of reproduction and by increased ethical questions about the very decision to reproduce. In the face of an uncertain future that no longer confirms the confidence of patriarchal humanism, such narratives displace or project present-day apprehensions about maternal sacrifice and paternal protection onto the wildness of children in a series of hyperbolically violent scenes. Urgent and engaging, Wild Child offers the only extended consideration of how twenty-first-century fiction has begun to imagine the decision to reproduce and the ethical challenges of posthumanist parenting.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Wild Child

Author : Alexander Cogar
ISBN : 9781984548207
Genre : Fiction
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In a war-torn world, the brightest beacon of hope comes from a child of blood, with his closest companions following him into the chaos. However, this story follows Kyle, the quick-witted, smart-mouthed hunter with a knack for surviving the most difficult situations. He is torn from the others, cast into solitude, and pit against an enemy far beyond his own means. His only chance to survive would mean taking away his humanity and binding him to a living force of nature.
Category: Fiction

Wild Child Forest S First Bully

Author : Tara Zann
ISBN : 9781250103949
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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In the fourth book in the Wild Child chapter book series, Forest enlists the help of his raccoon friend to stop a classmate from bullying Olive and accidentally becomes the new target. Forest looks to his experiences from the wild to fight back, but it turns out dealing with squirrels and bears is different than dealing with bullies. Luckily, his new friends and family are there to help. Can Forest gather the courage to use his words and stick up for himself? Playful, funny, and heartfelt, this chapter book series is a great fit for wild children everywhere, both avid and reluctant readers. Includes black and white illustrations! Read the rest of Olive and Forest’s wild adventures by Tara Zann: Forest’s First Home Forest’s First Day of School Forest’s First Birthday Party. An Imprint Book
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Parenting The Wild Child

Author : Miles McPherson
ISBN : 0764223704
Genre : Religion
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Provides help for desperate parents trying to raise rebellious teens. Helps overcome disobedience and offers effective healing for struggling families.
Category: Religion

Mama S Wild Child Papa S Wild Child

Author : Dianna Hutts Aston
ISBN : 9781570915901
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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In a delightful flip-me-over book, children can read about some mamas of the animal world and then flip it over to meet some animal fathers, discovering that human families and animal ones are not so different after all.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Wild Child

Author : Jeanne Willis
ISBN : 1406359912
Genre :
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Meet Wild Child She's spirited and curious, fearless and free. She lives alone in a mystical, prehistoric world, the last child in a dramatic landscape where anything could happen. Follow her through her day as she explores her world from the foot of the mountain to the heart of the wood.

Wild Child

Author : Audrey Carlan
ISBN : 9781943340156
Genre : Fiction
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The newest sizzling romance from Audrey Carlan, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Calendar Girl series. Twice my life changed in a single day. The first was when I lost my parents. Hand in hand I walked with my big sister up the steps of Kerrighan House, a foster home for girls. We were lucky to be met with open arms and a house filled with children just like us. Children who’d lost everything. From that day forward, we were raised as one big family. Our bonds of sisterhood were strengthened through shared experience, pain, sacrifice, and love. Sisters not by blood, but by choice. Soul sisters. The second day my life changed was on the worst day of my adult life. My boyfriend broke up with me via text. My sleazy boss hit on me, forcing me to quit a job I desperately needed. And the cherry on top, was getting pulled over by an FBI Agent. Little did I know, he’d also save my life that night. From the moment we met, Agent Fontaine wouldn’t dare let me out of his sight. And between his alpha ways, kind brown eyes, and heroism, I was lost to the man who hid behind his job. But this agent had a rule: never fall for a woman you’ve saved. Yet I wasn’t just any woman. I was known among my sisters for taking risks and dreaming big. I was the wild child of the group. We were raised to appreciate every day as the gift it was, and not let anything stand in our way. The more I got to know the brooding, serious FBI man, the more I realized that maybe it was my duty to save him.
Category: Fiction

The Wild Child

Author : Amaya Gayle Gregory
ISBN : 097891919X
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Wild Child

Author : Patrick Barkham
ISBN : 9781783781928
Genre : Nature
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'Entrancing... If ever there was a book to fuel the ecological interest of future generations, this is it. An inspiration for parents, grandparents and teachers, it is equally about showing adults how to recover their own joie de vivre' Isabella Tree, author of Wilding From climbing trees and making dens, to building sandcastles and pond-dipping, many of the activities we associate with a happy childhood take place outdoors. And yet, the reality for many contemporary children is very different. The studies tell us that we are raising a generation who are so alienated from nature that they can't identify the commonest birds or plants, they don't know where their food comes from, they are shuttled between home, school and the shops and spend very little time in green spaces - let alone roaming free. In this timely and personal book, celebrated nature writer Patrick Barkham draws on his own experience as a parent and a forest school volunteer to explore the relationship between children and nature. Unfolding over the course of a year of snowsuits, muddy wellies, and sunhats, Wild Child is both an intimate story of children finding their place in natural world, and a celebration of the delight we can all find in even modest patches of green.
Category: Nature

Wild Child And Other Stories

Author : Paro Anand
ISBN : 9780143332190
Genre : Short stories, Indic (English)
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Category: Short stories, Indic (English)

Wild Child Book 5 Gone

Author : Kaz Campbell
ISBN : 167388847X
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A drama-filled book for Girls and Boys aged 9-12.Boys! They can cause so many problems, especially when two girls like the same boy! Sydney and Harper both like Elliot, a super nice guy whose father works at their school. But when Elliot asks Harper to be his girlfriend, that's when everything blows up. How will Harper react when she finds out? We aren't going to tell you because it will totally spoil the story. Two new girls, Sailor and Zali, join Harper and Sydney in their room. These two girls are almost opposite in their personality. But in the end, they work together to try to help their roommates. If you have enjoyed the WILD CHILD series so'll love Book 5 - Gone.

Wild Child

Author : Christy McKellen
ISBN : 9781488082733
Genre : Fiction
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Mixing business with pleasure… …is a dangerous game! Party girl Maya Darlington-Hume feels an illicit thrill when a gorgeous man walks in on her naked. When she discovers the sexy stranger is her father’s business associate and her new boss, she naughtily decides to turn up the heat—and Benedict Chivers can’t resist her for long. Maya could lose everything if her controlling father finds out, but each encounter leaves her begging for more! “Dare is Harlequin’s hottest line yet. Every book should come with a free fan. I dare you to try them!” —Tiffany Reisz, international bestselling author
Category: Fiction

Leanne Preston And The Wild Child Story

Author : Leanne Preston
ISBN : 9781864714791
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Not many people can claim that a case of head lice changed their world for the better, but for Leanne Preston, an unemployed mum on a single mother's pension, it would be the turning point in her life. Preston left school early, married young and settled down. She tried to convince herself she was happy with her life, but when her marriage broke down and she fled to a refuge she had to face the daunting reality of raising three children on her own. Leanne is an eternal optimist, however, and a big believer in intuition, and despite having no job and only a few dollars in her pocket she never doubted that things would get better. But even Leanne could never have predicted the turning point in her life. It all began when Leanne's daughter came home with nits. Leanne was horrified to learn that the treatment contained a poison that could cause illness, even death, and refused to use it on her daughter. With her trademark determination she set about trying to find a natural remedy, and discovered there was scientific proof of the effectiveness of botanical oils. Mixing batches in her kitchen, she came up with a treatment and set up production in a shed. Her company, Wild Child, was born. Today Leanne is the chief executive of a global pharmaceutical company and has proved herself as a businesswoman. And her most recent discovery could even revolutionise the treatment of malaria in the third world. The extraordinary story of how she got to this point - battling personal crises and supposed business experts along the way - is nothing less than inspirational. Not bad for a girl from the bush who left school at 15.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Wild Child

Author : Mary Jo Putney
ISBN : 1568957912
Genre : Brothers
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Remember your high school reunion? Even though everyone was the same chronological age, people no longer looked the same. Some stayed young and exuberant, whereas others looked as if they had aged ten years more than everyone else. Did you know that: * Financial stress can make your RealAge two to thirty-two years older? * A tablet of aspirin a day can make your RealAge 1.9 years younger? * Flossing daily and seeing a dentist and dental hygienist every six months can make your RealAge 6.4 years younger? RealAge offers a revolutionary program that calculates the aging effect of different health behaviors ranging from diet and medication to stress control and chronic smoking, and enables you to assess your own biological age. Most important, it shows you how to design a specific path to improving or reversing your own aging trajectory, and it's easier than you think. The RealAge program is based on cutting-edge scientific research. Dr. Michael F. Roizen and his team have pored over 25,000 medical studies, evaluating what they tell us about aging and the prevention of aging.
Category: Brothers

Wild Child

Author : Chloë Rayban
ISBN : 0099417537
Genre : Duval, Justine (Fictitious character)
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Justine Duval has modest goals in life: to attain celebrity status, earn stacks of cash, be drop dead gorgeous and find pure, unadulterated love. Simple. By achieving her ambitions of fame, money, beauty and a bloke, Justine will cunningly evade ever becoming Grown-Up-and-Past-It. And a bizarre meeting with her future self - ten years older and ten years wiser - gives Justine the chance to really get to grips with her ultimate more ways than one.
Category: Duval, Justine (Fictitious character)

Taming The Wild Child

Author : Msw Lcsw Wetzel
ISBN : 1983467898
Genre :
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Taming the Wild Child is a funny, relateable, practical guide to help parents navigate the early years and eliminate unwanted behaviors. The book discusses what's typical behaviors, and developmentally appropriate. It also covers behaviors that most parents want to eliminate, and practical ways to do so. This book is filled with humor through the writing style, and anecdotal stories that relate perfectly to the content. If you are struggling with tantrums, and power struggles with your little one, then this book is for you.