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1000 Reasons You're the Perfect Dad by Rebecca Hall
"1000 Reasons You're the Perfect Dad" pays tribute to the most important man in your life - your father. A cornerstone of security and support, your dad is teacher playmate and mentor all rolled into one. It's the most important job he'll ever have, so make sure you thank him for it.
What to Expect When You're Expecting by Sharon Mazel; Heidi Murkoff; Charles Lockwood (Foreword by)
A revised and updated version of this bestselling pregnancy book, for a new generation of expectant mums. It incorporates the most recent developments in obstetrics and addresses current lifestyle trends, from tattooing and belly piercing to Botox and aromatherapy.
One Step at a Time - The Expert Toilet Training Guide by Continence Foundation of Australia (Contribution by)
Assisting your child to acquire toileting skills can be confusing. Family and friends although well meaning can sometimes offer conflicting advice and leave you wondering if this goal is ever going to be achieved. One Step At A Time - The Expert Toilet Training Guide simplifies the process providing 5 e ...Show more
Save Our Sleep Toddler by Tizzie Hall
Save Our Sleep: Toddler focuses on the wealth of new information specific to sleep and behaviour in toddlerhood. The detailed advice in this book will help parents learn how to deal with the tests that inevitably accompany toddlerhood and continue to enjoy a good night's sleep. It provides specific rout ...Show more
It Could Be Different - A Self-Help Book for Teenagers by Amrita Hobbs
Marital Equality - Its Relationship to the Well-Being of Husbands and Wives by Janice M. Steil
Equality between husbands and wives is recognized - in theory - as being beneficial to the well-being of a family. However, empirical research over the past two decades indicates that the advantage is `his′ rather than `hers′: the vast majority of married women still bears a disproportionate responsibil ...Show more
Separate Lives - Why Siblings Are So Different by Judy Dunn; Robert Plomin
Using research examples and accounts of famous authors and their siblings, two developmental psychologists attempt to explain why siblings are often so different - a question that has puzzled both parents and siblings. The book sheds light on the roles of nature and nurture in development.
Personality Plus for Parents by Florence Littauer
Florence Littauer uses the proven principles from her popular Personality Plus to show parents how to raise their children individually and take cues from each child's inborn temperament and personality. Readers will immediately be drawn in as Littauer dispels the myth that all children should be treate ...Show more