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Feeding Gluten-Free Kids By Victoria Lawrence-Williams
eBook (PDF): $4.69
ISBN 13 Number:978-1-885615-29-9. Introducing the e-book: "Feeding Gluten-Free Kids" - it has over 150 recipes plus supplier information, ingredients to avoid, items generally containing... More > gluten, helpful hints, tips for feeding gluten-intolerance infants, and much more. Recipes include: Grape Juice Crush, Outer Space Drink, Pie Crust, Muffins, Pumpkin Pancakes, Ice Cream Cones, Taffy, Catsup, Pickles, Eggfree Mayonnaise, Cake, Frozen Pops, Dino Dip, Veggie Dip, Fruit Leather, Meatballs, Sloppy Joes, Spaghetti Sauce, Pizza Sauce, Trees In Snow, Veggie Bundles, and more!< Less
AEon Feed By Klaudio Zic
eBook (PDF): $0.00
The peak of the Aeon happens in the years 2012 and 2013. The biblical Aion is 2014.
AEon Feed By Klaudio Zic
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Ixion and Mayan Doomsday. Complete #2013 #VIP “1008 Planets” Catalog.
From White Bread to Kale: My 10 Tips for Feeding Kids By Jenny Wright
eBook (ePub): $1.86
My 10 tips to feeding kids. How we changed our lives and that of our son, from white bread to eating kale and healthy food everyday. My tips for feeding fussy eaters, kids with autism (asd) and food... More > phobias.< Less
Kid Colors By Elizabeth R. URABE
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Children are both pure and impressionable. As adults, we hold the responsibility to feed their bodies, nourish their minds, and tend the garden of their Spirit. This requires a conscious connection... More > to inner Truth and a firm commitment to the process of our own growth. We cannot teach what we have not learned. We cannot give what we have not received. The laws of the Universe apply equally to us all.< Less
COOKING FOR KIDS By Robert Grubbs
eBook (PDF): $8.99
Calling All Moms! Dads too, if you are inclined to prepare food for your children on occasion. Have you ever had the dubious honor of feeding a toddler something that they really don't like? Hmmm,... More > chances are that you ended up like most of us. Wearing strained peas or some other one of the horrible concoctions that pass for "baby food" these days. There really is a great alternative to those awful tasteless jars full of stuff that looks like something we'd put down the garbage disposal. Besides, whatever the advertising might tell you, they are still "processed food." And, we all know what that means. Again, there is an alternative to this "stuff." Do yourself and your children a favor. It’s really easy to get started. You just need to click the order button and you will have your copy in minutes. Once you have your own copy of "Cooking for Kids"you are armed and ready to get started.< Less
Origami Inspired Fun & Festive Hat Patterns for Upcycling Feed Sacks By J. F. Johns & C. A. Johns
eBook (PDF): $8.99
Inspire your life with the vivid images of natural beauty found on woven polypropylene feed sacks. Upcycled feed sacks are an excellent fabric for Origami inspired products. The fabric is stiff... More > enough to create exceptionally crisp seams and pleats. We have created 12 easy Origami inspired hat patterns to encourage everyone to recycle their feed sacks into fun pieces of wearable art. These patterns take advantage of Origami folding techniques and the folds can be secured with staples or minimal sewing. All of the patterns use a 15 inch square of feed sack fabric as the basic pattern piece. These are a great size for children and small adults. For larger adults, use a larger Origami square of feed sack fabric. Experiment with your feed sack fabric to find the most interesting image layout for the Origami inspired patterns. All you need to get started is a few woven polypropylene feed sacks. Use your imagination to add custom touches and trims to the patterns. And remember to have fun!< Less
Origami Inspired Fun & Festive Hat Patterns for Upcycling Feed Sacks By J. F. Johns & C. A. Johns
Paperback: $14.99
Prints in 3-5 business days
Inspire your life with the vivid images of natural beauty found on woven polypropylene feed sacks. Upcycled feed sacks are an excellent fabric for Origami inspired products. The fabric is stiff... More > enough to create exceptionally crisp seams and pleats. We have created 12 easy Origami inspired hat patterns to encourage everyone to recycle their feed sacks into fun pieces of wearable art. These patterns take advantage of Origami folding techniques and the folds can be secured with staples or minimal sewing. All of the patterns use a 15 inch square of feed sack fabric as the basic pattern piece. These are a great size for children and small adults. For larger adults, use a larger Origami square of feed sack fabric. Experiment with your feed sack fabric to find the most interesting image layout for the Origami inspired patterns. All you need to get started is a few woven polypropylene feed sacks. Use your imagination to add custom touches and trims to the patterns. And remember to have fun!< Less
We Love Them and We Feed Them: Cooking for Your Children By Gabriella Covini Dixson & Mary Fitzgibbon
eBook (ePub): $8.99
Our future is in the hands of our children and their physical, mental and emotional wellbeing is greatly impacted and determined by the eating patterns that are developed by those who raise and feed... More > them. In Gabriella Covini Dixson’s book, “We Love Them and We Feed Them”, she has given us the practical tools to fulfill this crucial responsibility. She makes clear the idea that it is important not just what we feed, but how we feed, and with what intention. Are we spoon-feeding our children with love or are they self-feeding while watching a movie on a cell phone? Conscious eating sets up lifelong healthy eating habits and can make a huge difference in our children’s wellbeing as can this cookbook! Dr. Terrance Stackwood Chiropractor Live Fit Wellness< Less
We Love Them and We Feed Them: Cooking for Your Children By Gabriella Covini Dixson & Mary Fitzgibbon
Paperback: $19.95
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Our future is in the hands of our children and their physical, mental and emotional wellbeing is greatly impacted and determined by the eating patterns that are developed by those who raise and feed... More > them. In Gabriella Covini Dixson’s book, “We Love Them and We Feed Them”, she has given us the practical tools to fulfill this crucial responsibility. She makes clear the idea that it is important not just what we feed, but how we feed, and with what intention. Are we spoon-feeding our children with love or are they self-feeding while watching a movie on a cell phone? Conscious eating sets up lifelong healthy eating habits and can make a huge difference in our children’s wellbeing as can this cookbook! Dr. Terrance Stackwood Chiropractor Live Fit Wellness< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
Paperback: $21.60