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Childminding Policies and Procedures By Katrina Waldron
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Childminding Policies & Procedures linked to the EYFS 2012.
All for the want of a baby By C.C Marris
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A story about a childminder who cares for the children at the local manor. Nora becomes too emotionally attached to the baby and kidnaps the baby. After over half a century, the ghost of the... More > childminder continues to cause torment and anguish to anyone who lives in the house. Is there more than meets the eye to this story?< Less
All for the want of a baby By C.C Marris
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A story about a childminder who cares for the children at the local manor. Nora becomes too emotionally attached to the baby and kidnaps the baby. After over half a century, the ghost of the... More > childminder continues to cause torment and anguish to anyone who lives in the house. Is there more than meets the eye to this story?< Less
Where Questions Lead - (Adytum #5) By Ryan Kennedy, Brendan Albetski
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Another sleeper wakes in the empty desert outside Adytum. Greeted by an enigmatic figure calling itself the Game, the child-mind that would come to be known as Jung is given a task: to find his... More > intended purpose in this world of shadow and echoes. Jung's search for answers takes him deep within Adytum itself, to meet with the strange inhabitants of that dim place once more. But will they be able to help Jung find his purpose in life? Or will Jung lose his way, doomed to wander forever in Adytum's depths?< Less
The Wrong Paul By Ken Down
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Just as Charles is thinking of running away and starting afresh, he gets the chance, with a beautiful young woman and her delightful daughter. The only problem is, can Charles keep up the... More > impersonation with all the pressures he faces as child-minder and computer expert combined. The tale is, of course, purely imaginary and was written over many years as the next stage in the story formed itself in my mind. My wife objects that the characters in the story behave in ways that no real person would, but I feel that the vagaries of human nature mean that anything is possible. There is one thing I'd like to point out, though: the most incredible sub-story of all, the tale of the hitchhiking, is absolutely true and happened to me exactly as described.< Less