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Happy Kids Potty Training: Simple, Smart, and Effective Solutions to Your Child’s Potty Struggles (3 Days Strategy) By Phil Jane
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This Potty Training book makes it easy to get your child to start using the toilet fast and naturally because it's filled with expert advice accrued over tens of thousands cases, which has... More > instructions with practical real life experience and advice to take you through the process of preparing child for potty training. It's an erudite, resourceful, and potty book filled with fresh ideas based on the latest toilet/potty training research. I urge all parents who want kind, happy, and emotionally healthy kids to read this book. it is my new baby gift. This book is designed to help your children learn how to use the toilet bowl with confidence, keeping them secured and comfortable, as it makes it easy to get your child to start using the toilet activities fast using straight to point strategies for potty training a child, which is full of practical real-life experience and advice to take you through the process of preparing child for potty training.< Less
Mormon Devotion and Rebellion: The Story of the Oliver Granger Family By Michael Keyes
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Oliver Granger became a devoted follower to a fledgling religious movement started by Joseph Smith, which later became the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. After being a sheriff in the... More > western New York county, where Joseph was repeatedly in trouble with the law, Oliver had a remarkable conversion to the Mormon beliefs. After joining the Mormon church in 1833, he became Joseph Smith’s chief financial confidant during the infamous Mormon banking crisis in 1837, and he continued to handle church finances until his death in 1841. Oliver and his wife had four children, three of which remained devoted to the Mormon church. Indeed, a daughter, Sarah Granger Kimball, became one of the founders of the church’s Relief Society and later president of the Utah Woman Suffrage Association. The Granger family is filled with intrigue as son, Gilbert, challenges Joseph Smith and other Mormon leaders with unpaid financial notes, and starts a prolonged battle with the church leader.< Less
The Secret of the Ages By Robert Collier
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Robert Collier (1885-1950) was an American author of self-help, and New Thought metaphysical books in the 20th century. He was the nephew of Peter Fenelon Collier, founder of Collier's Weekly. He was... More > involved in writing, editing, and research for most of his life. This book "The Secret of the Ages" sold over 300,000 copies during his life. Collier wrote about the practical psychology of abundance, desire, faith, visualization, confident action, and becoming your best. Robert Collier Publications, Inc., still exists through the efforts of his widow and now his children and grandchildren and now even his great grandchildren. Collier's Books have recently been brought back to prominence from being referenced in the popular metaphysical movie The Secret. In the book "The Secret" Rhonda Byrne writes: The glimpse came in a hundred-year-old book, given to me by my daughter Hayley". Moreover, Robert Collier's books have been popular with self-help and New Thought.< Less
I Think I’ve Done Pretty Good!: Ruby Mae (Etherton) Owens Her Life, Her Family By James M. Owens
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In “I Think I’ve Done Pretty Good!” I trace ninety-seven years of my mother’s remarkable life, 1915 to 2012. Ruby Mae (Etherton) Owens grew up on a modest, by today’s... More > standards poor, Southern Illinois farm. She really did walk a mile to school, a one-room school, occasionally riding a mule. My mother boarded out and worked her way through high school and college. She taught in rural one-room schools, married, transitioned from rural to urban life, worked in the Willow Run Bomber Plant during World War II, gave birth to three children, taught in and retired from suburban schools. Her life is clearly a story of success. She is certainly proud of the way she lived her life. In later life, she often declared, with great satisfaction, “I Think I’ve Done Pretty Good!” I am confident the readers of this sketch will have a better awareness of what life was like in Ruby’s time and will agree she “did pretty good!”< Less
I Think I’ve Done Pretty Good!: Ruby Mae (Etherton) Owens Her Life, Her Family By James M. Owens
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In “I Think I’ve Done Pretty Good!” I trace ninety-seven years of my mother’s remarkable life, 1915 to 2012. Ruby Mae (Etherton) Owens grew up on a modest, by today’s... More > standards poor, Southern Illinois farm. She really did walk a mile to school, a one-room school, occasionally riding a mule. My mother boarded out and worked her way through high school and college. She taught in rural one-room schools, married, transitioned from rural to urban life, worked in the Willow Run Bomber Plant during World War II, gave birth to three children, taught in and retired from suburban schools. Her life is clearly a story of success. She is certainly proud of the way she lived her life. In later life, she often declared, with great satisfaction, “I Think I’ve Done Pretty Good!” I am confident the readers of this sketch will have a better awareness of what life was like in Ruby’s time and will agree she “did pretty good!”< Less
The Prison of My Unknown By Janet K. Schenk
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I carried my haunting hidden from age six until sixty-one. I was born in a middle class home with physical and emotional support and abuse. My mother, not really having the ability to raise ten... More > children, did the best she could. 1941 was a year of extremes. John, the ninth child, was born in March; Imogene, the second child, died in April; Dad's work was transferred from Indianapolis, Indiana to Chrisney, southern Indiana, that summer, so we moved to Dale. I feel certain that Mom had an Con her feet nervous breakdown, that year, which lasted for many years. I entered the convent, encouraged by Elaine, at age16. This was my acceptable way of running away from home. I remained in the convent for 19 years where I matured gradually and gained self-confidence. Through all of these years I was very depressed and shy. I took medicine most of my life for a brain wave disorder, correctly diagnosed in 2005. Medicines for depression came after I left the convent.< Less
JESUS CHILD’S WHISTLE By ANDREA MAZZA
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It’s nice to read a book in children’s company. Many books are attractive and rich of twists, making you spend happy hours. This novel is particularly for kids, but it also points out how... More > everyday life can be engaging. It offers a fabulous and fascinating point of view about the Church, without minimizing its great importance. Fantasy novels thrill kids, being full of action and extraordinary features, elements also part of the Church; but we don’t pay attention to them because the Church is real. There will be unexpected heroes and their unique actions. Partly they’ll be real and essential. You could realize that even you have lived some similar experience. Perhaps you’ll want to start praying, when you have finished reading. Even if I’m confident that it won’t happen, I apologize if you should find some of the contents of the book offensive, I assure you that I acted completely in good faith.< Less
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Help Your Child Conquer Learning Difficulties: A Doctor's Guide to Vision Therapy By Louis Spinozzi
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“I know my child is bright; why doesn’t schoolwork show it? What’s wrong?” This anguished cry is ringing from the hearts of many parents across the globe. They see undeniable... More > evidence of their children’s competence in so many areas—their quick thinking, conversational abilities, and eagerness to learn—and yet the reading skills so critical to success in school simply fail to develop. The parents’ quest for an explanation, for a solution, seem to drag out forever because each day they must watch their child falling further behind. But it doesn’t have to be this way. A few lucky parents have discovered the secrets of their child’s learning difficulties. In a matter of months, they watch their child’s progress in the Falcon RPI System blossom into progress in all areas of life: from an awakening to the joys of reading to confidence in school; from a new ability to catch a ball to success in sports; from a sense of being different and excluded to a fresh start and zest for life.< Less
Sally's Story By Melody Su
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SALLY, a third grader, does not feel confident in her appearance after a fall which leaves a scar.

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