The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore - William Joyce, Joe Bluhm
Morris Lessmore loved words. He loved stories. He loved books. But every story has its upsets. Everything in Morris Lessmore’s life, including his own story, is scattered to the winds.     But the power of story will save the day.
Playing House: A Starter Guide to Being a Grown-Up - Celeste Perron
Ready to graduate from dorm decor and mismatched furniture? Now it's easy to create a perfect, stylish space for entertaining and relaxing. Playing House is the bible for the girl who knows she has an aspiring domestic goddess inside her but doesn't know how to make those impulses meet reality. Page after page of advice on cooking, decorating, cleaning, and entertaining will provide you with everything you need to turn your bachelorette pad into a welcoming, cozy haven, including a stress-free
You Can Do It, Sam - Amy Hest, Anita Jeram
Sam goes all by himself to deliver treats to his friends in an endearing new tale from the creators of the NEW YORK TIMES bestseller KISS GOOD NIGHT and DON'T YOU FEEL WELL, SAM? "Little ones will find this both a suitable precursor to nap time and a spur to be brave and act generously — just like Sam." — BOOKLIST
The Foolish Tortoise - Richard Buckley
"The Foolish Tortoise" sheds his shell after deciding that he needs to move through the world more quickly. But, after a few scary encounters, he rediscovers the value of going slow and safe. Full-color illustrations.
First Year Sobriety: When All That Changes Is Everything - Guy Kettelhack
The first in a series of three recovery guides for the first three years of sobriety, First-Year Sobriety uses the voices of many women and men who are struggling in the often baffling territory of their first year of sobriety to show that despite their differing experiences, all are united in the process of giving life without alcohol or other drugs a chance.These are people who are alternately amazed, appalled, delighted, depressed, illuminated, disturbed, or simply thrown by their first
The Birth Book: Everything You Need to Know to Have a Safe and Satisfying Birth - William Sears, Martha Sears
Prepare for a safe and joyful birth-with the help of America's foremost baby and childcare experts Since women enjoy more birthing options today than ever before, the path toward a safe and satisfying birth can be fraught with important decisions. Planning, understanding the resources available to you, and developing your own birthing philosophy can make all the difference. In this comprehensive, reassuring, and authoritative guide, Dr. Bill and Martha Sears, the pediatrics specialists whose
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WH-52: 52 WH Questions to Help Young Children's Social, Emotional and Language Development (All About Me) - Vicky McErlean
Before the age of three, children typically can understand and respond to simple questions such as “What is your name?” and “Where is your nose?” These types of questions are known as “WH questions.” As children get older, the complexity of WH questions increases. Some children adapt easily, but others do not. For children in the second category, the WH-52 workbook provides 52 simple who, what, where, and when questions, one for each week of the year. Each workbook page consists of the
101 Meeting Starters: A Guide to Better Twelve Step Discussions - Mel B.
A friendly, first-ever guide to making the most of Twelve Step meetings. For millions of people around the world, attending Twelve Step meetings is essential to their recovery from addiction. Twelve Step meetings are confidential forums for people to share the experience, strength, and hope that sustain sobriety. Sometimes, however, meetings get sidetracked by irrelevant topics, dominant speakers, or other distractions, leaving attendees feeling frustrated and unfulfilled. Here, for the first
The Latino Journey to Financial Greatness: 10 Steps to Creating Wealth, Security, and a Prosperous Future for You and Your Family - Louis Barajas
"The Latino Journey to Financial Greatness gives Latinos a clear guide to basic financial principles as well as identifies the cultural barriers that have prevented them from making the most of their resources. In helping Latinos discover their own powerful and personal reasons for creating the secure and abundant future of their dreams, "The Latino Journey to Financial Greatness offers the basic information they need in order to have money work for them. In this one-of-a-kind guide,
Surviving Childhood Sexual Abuse Workbook: Practical Exercises For Working On Problems Resulting From Childhood Abuse - Carolyn Ainscough, Kay Toon
The Surviving Childhood Sexual Abuse Workbook guides readers through a series of exercises, charts, and checklists aimed at recognizing, understanding, and working on the problems resulting from childhood sexual abuse. The exercises are divided into four parts: Understanding Your Present Problems and Keeping Safe; Guilt and Self-Blame; Feelings about Yourself and Others; and Looking to the Future.
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