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River Bed By Andrea L. Weiser
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Nature-based poetry with heart. "These fine, lyric poems venture into the earth's wild places while exploring the depths of the poet's heart. Family, love, loss, ritual, and the mysteries of the... More > natural world come alive in these poems. The poet engages them fearlessly, with an open heart and keen and generous sensibility. Readers will recognize River Bed as our shared world, where the poems flow as clear, fresh, and true as mountain snowmelt." Tim McNulty, poet, essayist, and author of Olympic National Park, A Natural History< Less
Who's in Joel's Bed? By Su Taylor
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Joel has a huge bed but who shares it with him?
How to Build Bunk Beds By Rachel Clarkson
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Bunk beds are a great space-saver for a small bedroom. If two children must share the room and twin beds are not an option, consider bunk beds. With the right tools and plans, you can even consider... More > building your own bunk beds. Then let the kids flip a coin to see who gets to sleep on the top bunk.... Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
Red Cabbage and Breakfast in Bed By Kelly Frederick Mizer
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Hazel has big family traditions (getting breakfast in bed on her birthday is one of them) and little ones too (like playing basketball in the rain with her dad). Here, she shares all of them with you... More > in a beautifully illustrated story. Included is her Grandma Jean's famous recipe for red cabbage. The author leaves some space at the end of the book to write and draw about your own traditions. You can even email images of your work to her when you are finished!< Less
Red Cabbage and Breakfast in Bed By Kelly Frederick Mizer
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Hazel has big family traditions (getting breakfast in bed on her birthday is one of them) and little ones too (like playing basketball in the rain with her dad). Here, she shares all of them with you... More > in a beautifully illustrated story. Included is her Grandma Jean's famous recipe for red cabbage. The author leaves some space at the end of the book to write and draw about your own traditions. You can even email images of your work to her when you are finished!< Less
Bed Wetting In Children By Tracy Lilian Smith
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Do Your Child Has A Bed Wetting Problem? Is Your Child's Bed Wetting Problem Creating A Lot of Problems For You? Clueless About How To Solve It? In Bed Wetting In Children - How To Stop Bed Wetting,... More > you will learn how to stop bed wetting. You will discover how bed wetting happens and the tips and tricks to stopping it. Among the main areas covered in this book include:- *The 23 Main Tips That You Can Use To Stop The Bed Wetting *Behavior Modification For Your Child *The Medication That You Can Take To Stop The Bed Wetting *Devices and Tools For Bed Wetting *How To Share Your Problem With Your Pediatrician *Bed Wetting In Teenagers This book is an amazing book to help you deal with your child's bed wetting problem once and for all. This would not only improve your child's self-esteem and be more convenient for you.< Less
River Bed: Poems and Prose By Andrea L. Weiser
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Nature-based poetry with heart. Weiser’s poetic language will captivate you on a journey through the American West and into the deepest recesses of relationship. Experience the universal to the... More > personal in a way you never thought of before in River Bed. “These fine, lyric poems venture into the earth’s wild places while exploring the depths of the poet’s heart. Family, love, loss, ritual, and the mysteries of the natural world come alive in these poems. The poet engages them fearlessly, with an open heart and keen and generous sensibility. Readers will recognize River Bed as our shared world, where the poems flow as clear, fresh, and true as mountain snowmelt.” --Tim McNulty, Poet and author of Olympic National Park; A Natural History "Keen scientific observations of the North Cascades come packaged in the metaphor and power of poetry...infuses the reader with a joy of life in all its complexities…" --Susan Zwinger, Author of five books on natural history< Less
Sharing: An Imperfect Recollection By Basil John
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A first novel from Basil John, which puts the lie to the saying 'If you can remember the Nineteen-sixties you weren't there', by relating a story in which a graphic design student returns to his flat... More > in south London to find a young woman fast asleep in his bed. His wish is for her to be his girlfriend, but she is over two hundred miles away and, he hopes, dreaming of him ... So who could this young siren be? And who are the armed men in the car across the street?< Less
MY BED OF ROSES (Book IV) By Vickie Gail Miller
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There she was, arriving to face her greatest nighmare, of survival beyond years of built strength, endurance, shared love, romance, and the greater tyranny, fighting between her and her husband;... More > leaving her in a choice less battle of survival and self defense, where actions in darken moments, moving rapidly in a flick of seconds would bring greater darkness upon her life, after surviving the last of her husband's attacks.< Less
Making the Family Bed: How Cosleeping Works for Families By Susan Mallaun Gilleland
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According to statistics, at least 50% of parents bring their children into their beds at least some of the time. Why, then, is the family bed such a controversial topic for so many? Making the Family... More > Bed explores this and many other questions and issues regarding the important parenting issue of cosleeping. In this book you will also read the personal stories of over fifty women from all over North America; these women have been kind enough to share their personal experiences with the family bed in order to provide you with information and details you won’t find anywhere else. While statistics and expert opinions are important to know, there’s nothing quite like taking a look into the lives of other families and seeing how they make the family bed work in their own lives.< Less