When Lisa walks home from school with two new girls, they break an elderly couple's window. Lisa feels bad about the act of vandalism and takes steps to remedy the situation. Window Pains is a short story that was originally published in WINNER, a scholastic magazine endorsed by former Presidents and First Ladies. The aim of the periodical was to teach children preventative measures and instill positive behaviors that contribute to success in life.
Bringing home baby can be one of the scariest days in a new parent's life. A truly helpful how-to, Blythe Lipman's guide to caring for babies is the perfect resource for first-time parents who wish their new baby came with an instruction manual. Lipman has devoted her life to the gentle art of infant care and offers wise and witty practical advice in this parent-tested, expert-approved book. Filled with invaluable information new parents really need, Lipman's guide includes plenty of true-life stories and guidance.
"Audio presentation spoiled the book"
Falling in love is easy; sustaining love is hard work. Counselor, best-selling author, and in-demand workshop motivator Judy Ford teaches us that tiny gestures keep love thriving. Genuine love does not smother or berate - it celebrates differences, lifting the lover and the beloved closer to their authentic selves. After all, curiosity about those differences piqued your interest in the first place!
Step into the life of Annabel, a teenage vampire with a taste for the blood of emotionally damaged high school students. Every year, her master allows her one special kill, a student whom she takes the time to befriend. Getting close to this year's chosen victim is more challenging than Annabel anticipated though. Will Annabel be able to break through the barriers that separate her from her target?
Having "the talk" can sometimes be an awkward experience for both parent and child. I didn't want to wait until my children's hormones kicked in, and I didn't want to be caught off guard when they had questions, but most of all, I didn't want them growing up with misconceptions concerning sex. I told them what I have written in Your Special Gift, by using the analogy of a gift, a lock, and a key to define commonly used sexual terms, and to caution them about possible consequences.
Come along with Jae on his exciting journey as he learns how to count to 20! A stimulating and enjoyable way for infants and toddlers to recognize the numbers 1 - 20, with a silly rhyme to represent each number, Silly Jae Counts to Twenty will keep kids motivated to count every day!