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Parent Rescue 47 - A Single Dad Changes the Rules By Patrick Lobsinger
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Unique, creative and practical parenting book that will bring, fun and peace. Simple and creative techniques that work to deal with everyday family life. This is good parenting on autopilot. Author... More > Patrick Lobsinger shares in this practical and entertaining book, filled with humor, his success in creating an extraordinary family life of peace, joy and fun. You will discover: how you can save your family from thousands of fights and arguments; have fun with your kids, even when doing chores; create a good family day everyday. "You will laugh and you will learn."< Less
Kindergarten Readiness Checklist By Jennifer Dehmlow
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Do you know what your child needs to know to go to kindergarten? The Kindergarten Readiness Check list will help you answer that. This is a tool for a Parent, Teacher, Care giver or School District,... More > to help identify children with educational and developmental delays. Through a series of questions and one on one intervention activities, the checklist helps to identify the child's weaknesses and strengths in the areas of Educational, Mental, Physical, Emotional, Behavioral, and Social skills. This puts educators, parents, and teachers in a position to help a child improve their skills before they go to kindergarten increasing the childs chances for educational success.< Less
the view, The Early Years By regine Dubono
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Memoir and Diary of a mother of young children. Important because it serves as a reference point when one of the children becomes mentally ill. essential reading before later books entitled ... More > "Sane", "When Your Drugs Don't Work", "My Fight for Her Sanity.", "Letters to The Division", "The Fantastic Inner Life of An American Adolescent."< Less
the provider By barry cooper
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It was the start of the morning, 9:15am to be exact. Nice warm June 14th morning not too cool, not too hot, just right! Letting you know that the day was going to be good. I was the first to head... More > to the barber shop this Saturday morning. Ready to get this money; I had the only Brooklyn bop in my walk, saying hi to every old timer who had already started their morning off with a fifth of that whisky to get them going as well. As I reached the front of the Barbershop on Marcus Garvey and gates just about to unlock the gates, a voice from a distance echoed in my ear. As I stood from my slightly bent position, some dude was fast approaching me. The sun’s brightness somewhat blinded me so I couldn't make out who this person was. All I could see was this man’s orange pants and a very long white t- shirt. He appeared young, disheveled with ‘matted’ hair. “Aww this guy coming to ask me for some damn money” I said to myself. Being the local barber in the neighborhood, was a gift and a curse; people< Less