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The "People Power" Family Superbook: Book 3. Family Issues (Christian, Gay, Adoption, Childcare, Grandparents, Genealogy, Entertaining, Housekeeping, Cleaning)
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From a moral, spiritual religious view, I was raised as a Catholic and regardless of my lifestyle now, I still think children should be brought up with religious values. We went to church every... More > Sunday as a family where we saw other families just like ourselves there. I believe that parents of children up to at least the age of 14 should go to church every Sunday with them to give them a religious base that they at least know about and can build on later should they choose to. I know that children raised without church often grow up missing a kind of community sense that I grew up with in the church. At the very least, church gives children a moral foundation and a sense of community to know that they belong to this religious group that is geared for goodness over evil. You need family values one way or another. You can extend family solidarity by having family prayers before meals and at bedtime and have Bible readings and Bible studies.< Less
The “People Power” Job Superbook: Book 31. the Helping Professions (Social Work, Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Rehabilitation, Caregiving, Childcare)
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Helpers are mostly people who help others one-on-one in: mental matters spiritual matters physical matters as in rehabilitation after injury or illness practical matters, get a house, get a job,... More > start a business, etc. Some helping occupational titles are as follows: clergy college and student personnel workers community outreach workers equal employment opportunity nd affirmative action specialists guidance counselors human services workers mental health counselors occupational therapists occupational therapy assistants personnel workers physical therapy assistants and aides psychiatric aides psychiatrists psychologists religious workers social workers special education counselors training and employee development specialists< Less
The Joyful Mysteries of Childbirth
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This faith-based, holistic approach will help you discover a joy-filled pregnancy, birth, and post-partum experience. Combining up-to-date reserach with the timeless truths of the Bible, this book... More > provides a unique resource for mothers-to-be. You’ll be inspired like never before with insights from the the birth of Jesus as told in Luke’s Gospel. Whether you are preparing for a first birth or are an experienced “birther,” this little book promises to give you confidence and understanding well beyond its small size. With a unique scope and thought-provoking reflections, it’s a book moms won’t want to be without.< Less
The Joyful Mysteries of Childbirth: A Practical, Faith-based Approach to Childbirth
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Here, for the first time, is a brief and highly readable resource to guide you—body & soul—through your child-bearing years. This faith-based, holistic approach will help you... More > discover a joy-filled pregnancy, birth, and post-partum experience. Combining up-to-date reserach with the timeless truths of the Bible, this book provides a unique resource for mothers-to-be. You’ll be inspired like never before with insights from the the birth of Jesus as told in Luke’s Gospel. Whether you are preparing for a first birth or are an experienced “birther,” this little book promises to give you confidence and understanding well beyond its small size. With a unique scope and thought-provoking reflections, it’s a book moms won’t want to be without.< Less
Wanda Motherwell, a novel
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Senator Wanda Motherwell, liberal luminary, goes to the rescue of the last of the Tierra del Fuegans. She returns to her office with more than she knows. Helping her are: Magnus Musgrave, an... More > inactive Episcopal bishop; Skipper Sprague, a millionaire friend of his; Grace Goodall who lives up to her name; Manuel Fragoza, illegal immigrant, impostor, and hero; Emily and Penelope, Smithies who suprise themselves; Patrick O'Feeley, who literally falls into love; Dr. Rodney Livermore, a dermatologist, who is not the fool he’s taken for; Sheila Livermore, his radical-chic wife, who is. Arrayed against the Senator are: Foster Aiello, a political rival; Gertrude Gruntling, feminist firebrand; Prunella Parrish, calculating clergyperson; Golda Glass, "wymynist" childcare expert — and a supporting cast of priests and politicos, fanatics and feminists, children and cannibals. The Senator's experience of motherhood transforms her relationships and leads to the insight that her infant daughter has exercised enormous power.< Less
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Spring Tea is an inspiring guide for anyone who wants to introduce children to the fine art of tea time. Written by teachers in the Montessori tradition, this resource makes it possible for any group... More > of adults—parents, childcare providers, religious educators and others—to work with children and create memories and traditions that they will cherish forever. The authors lay out step-by-step instructions for children and adults, while teaching lessons about hospitality that will last a lifetime. Enjoy the guide and wait for the magic that happens when you hear a child ask: “How will you have your tea today?”< Less
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