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Learning the Dance of Attachment By Holly van Gulden
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Learning the Dance of Attachment, An Adoptive/Foster Parent's Gude to Nurturing Healthy Development, is a child development guide specifically written for adoptive and foster parents. It explains... More > the normal stages of childhood emotional development and contrasts it with disfunctional behaviors caused by early life deprivation and abuse. This book is helpful as a training tool for potential foster and adoptive parents. Parents already facing frustrating and unexplained behaviors can read this guide to understand the causes of their child's misbehavior and learn tecniques to overcome problems. Child welfare professionals should use The Dance of Attachment as a support tool for clients and families.< Less
Dance With Me By Elizabeth Johnston
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NOW APPROVED FOR LA LECHE LEAGUE LIBRARIES! This sweet poem is a welcome from a mother to her child and explores the ways parents can express their love. Photos of babies and toddlers being worn... More > in a variety of carriers accompany the text. A portion of the proceeds from this book will go to support The Mamatoto Project, a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Corporation created to educate the general public on the advantages of babywearing, and to promote the use of a simple piece of cloth as a traditional baby sling.< Less
Dance With Me By Elizabeth Johnston
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NOW APPROVED FOR LA LECHE LEAGUE LIBRARIES! This sweet poem is a welcome from a mother to her child and explores the ways parents can express their love. Photos of babies and toddlers being worn... More > in a variety of carriers accompany the text. A portion of the proceeds from this book will go to support The Mamatoto Project, a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Corporation created to educate the general public on the advantages of babywearing, and to promote the use of a simple piece of cloth as a traditional baby sling.< Less
The Clouds That Danced Like Dancing Lizards By Andy Mor
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The Clouds that Danced like Dancing Lizards A Short Story by Anonymous Wenna Thornton was thinking about Rachel Parker again. Rachel was a stupid lover with ample arms and squat arms. Wenna walked... More > over to the window and reflected on her rural surroundings. She had always loved dirty Sludgeside with its oily, obnoxious oceans. It was a place that encouraged her tendency to feel active.< Less
The Clouds That Danced Like Dancing Koalas By Andy Mor
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The Clouds that Danced like Dancing Koalas A Short Story by Writer Unknown Naomi Donaldson was thinking about Jenna Greenway again. Jenna was a hilarious friend with ruddy moles and curvaceous... More > abs. Naomi walked over to the window and reflected on her damp surroundings. She had always loved cold Truro with its miniature, manky mountains. It was a place that encouraged her tendency to feel stable.< Less
The Clouds That Danced Like Dancing Badgers By Andy Mor
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The Clouds that Danced like Dancing Badgers A Short Story by Writer Unknown Cuthbert Thornton looked at the bendy rock in his hands and felt shocked. He walked over to the window and reflected on his... More > quiet surroundings. He had always loved noisy Camborne with its average, anxious arches. It was a place that encouraged his tendency to feel shocked. Then he saw something in the distance, or rather someone. It was the figure of John McCallister. John was a friendly friend with curvy warts and curvaceous lips.< Less
Dancing Feat By candide mcdonald
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At thirty, Phoenicia Wendt has achieved her goal to be a professional dancer in Sydney. It is not, though, like her dream. To pay her bills, Phoenicia has become a nurse for Alice Crompton, the... More > octogenarian proprietor of Ritefit Shoes. Both her appointment and the functions of her job appear to be the whimsy of an old lady's rebelliousness. In fact, Phoenicia has a managerial role in Ritefit. Why not, except that she is a dancer with an M.A. in Biophysics? Will Phoenicia learn to reality test her desires, or stubbornly hold on to them. Dancing fulfills her less than being good at business. The man who was too old, too handsome and too unattainable, falls in love with her. And she with him. While she obsesses about things that will not happen, wonderful new opportunties attach themselves to her world. Will she take them?< Less
Dancing Feat By candide mcdonald
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At thirty, Phoenicia Wendt has achieved her goal to be a professional dancer in Sydney. It is not, though, like her dream. To pay her bills, Phoenicia has become a nurse for Alice Crompton, the... More > octogenarian proprietor of Ritefit Shoes. Both her appointment and the functions of her job appear to be the whimsy of an old lady's rebelliousness. In fact, Phoenicia has a managerial role in Ritefit. Why not, except that she is a dancer with an M.A. in Biophysics? Will Phoenicia learn to reality test her desires, or stubbornly hold on to them. Dancing fulfills her less than being good at business. The man who was too old, too handsome and too unattainable, falls in love with her. And she with him. While she obsesses about things that will not happen, wonderful new opportunties attach themselves to her world. Will she take them?< Less
The Clouds That Danced Like Sitting Ostriches By R. S. Arrow Blackay
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The Clouds that Danced like Sitting Ostriches A Short Story by Random Writer Simon Ferguson was thinking about Maud Thornton again. Maud was a spiteful muppet with ample toes and spiky eyes. Simon... More > walked over to the window and reflected on his derelict surroundings. He had always loved wild Los Angeles with its poor, putrid parks. It was a place that encouraged his tendency to feel barmy.< Less
The Clouds That Danced Like Partying Snakes By R. S. Arrow Blackay
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The Clouds that Danced like Partying Snakes A Short Story by Random Writer Rick Bond looked at the peculiar gun in his hands and felt ambivalent. He walked over to the window and reflected on his... More > deprived surroundings. He had always loved chilly Liverpool with its quaint, quarrelsome quarries. It was a place that encouraged his tendency to feel ambivalent. Then he saw something in the distance, or rather someone. It was the figure of Andy Fish. Andy was a loving academic with blonde eyebrows and dirty toes.< Less