Playtime Learning My Little Word

Author: Roger Priddy
Editor: Macmillan
ISBN: 9780312495695
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-Ideal for babies and toddlers. -More than 300 essential first words and pictures to help develop a child`s vocabulary. -Each word is illustrated with a beautiful color photograph.

Playtime Learning My Little Word Bi Ling

Author: Roger Priddy
Editor: Macmillan
ISBN: 9780312495701
Size: 14,39 MB
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• Series sold over 600,000. • Perfect for all preschool children. • More than 300 essential first words and pictures to help develop a child's vocabulary. • Words illustrated with beautiful colour photographs.

Playtime Learning Games For Young Children

Author: Alice S. Honig
Editor: Syracuse University Press
ISBN: 9780815601784
Size: 10,30 MB
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Working Mother

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The magazine that helps career moms balance their personal and professional lives.

Babycentre Baby The All Important First Year

Author: DK
Editor: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
ISBN: 1405357274
Size: 15,57 MB
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The all-important first year - expert advice from the world's leading website for parents, Babycentre Produced with Babycentre - the world's leading parenting website - this up-to-the-minute guide to your child's first year, combines expert advice from health professionals with shared experience, suggestions and tips from parents, taken from the Babycentre online community. Covering all the essentials for your baby's first year, with a special focus on the most frequently discussed topics on Babycentre, from sleep to solids. Find out what to expect at every stage, with inspiring advice on bonding and practical care to keep your child happy and healthy, including an invaluable medical section. Packed with all the information and options you need to make informed choices about what suits you and your baby through the first incredible months of life - from sleeping and feeding to crying and healthcare.

My First Playtime

Author: DK
Editor: Dorling Kindersley Ltd
ISBN: 0241313953
Size: 17,91 MB
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The ideal first book to introduce playtime to toddlers. My First Playtime is packed with colourful images to help build the foundation of early learning. Help your toddler learn all about the fun things they play with in My First Playtime. With colourful, bright pictures of toys alongside clear word-labels your little one will discover dolls, water play, painting and building blocks. My First Playtime keeps early learning simple and fun for your little one. Perfect for encouraging children to build vocabulary and language skills, My First Playtime helps toddlers grasp early concepts. Your little one will love discovering all the things a baby plays with.

Playtime Is Over

Author: Reginald Lewis Sr.
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1796049891
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Playtime is Over WHY I CHOOSE THIS TITLE WAS BASE ON MY BIBLE STUDIES OF THE SIGNS NEARING THE COMING OF OUR LORD AND SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST. THAT HIS COMING IS NEARER EVEN AT THE DOOR. THE WORLD IS FULL OF WARS CRIME KILLING ONE ANOTHER CHILDREN DISRESPECTFUL TO PARENTS NO SPIRITUAL FOUNDATION IN THE HOMES CHURCHS JUST FOR WORLDLY DESIRES PEOPLE TURNING AWAY FROM GOD AND HIS WORD. NO PRAYER IN THE HOMES OR BIBLE STUDIES. THE MAJORITY CONCERN ABOUT THE THINGS OF THIS WORLD RATHER THEN GODS WORD AND HEAVEN. THEY WANT TO GO BUT DON’T WANT TO CHANGE OR MAKE CHANGES IN THERE LIFE. ONLY WANT TO HAVE FUN. DON’T MISS UNDERSTAND ME ITS OK TO RELAX AT TIMES. YOU ASK YOUR FRIEND TO GO OUT AND PARTY OR SHACK THERE STUFF ITS OK THEY BE READY TO GO BUT WHEN IT COMES TO GOD AND HIS WORD HEY SOME OTHER TIME I USE TO BE THAT PERSON BUT I READ I LEARN EXCEPT A MAN BE BORN AGAIN HE CANNOT ENTER TO HEAVEN WE MUST EXCEPT CHRIST AS OUR PERSONAL SAVIOR AN TRUST HIM AN MOVE OUT IN FAITH AN HIS WORD. THE BIBLE AND HIS WORD HAS TO BE THE GUILD BOOK THE ROAD MAP TO HEAVEN SATAN KNOWS THAT SO HIS JOB IS TO KEEP U FROM STUDYING AN FOLLOWING HIS WORD AND SHARING WITH OTHERS OF ALL COLORS AND RACE. MY FRIENDS I AM A SINNER IN NEED OF CHRIST AS WELL WE ALL HAVE SOMETHING TO WORK ON. SOME MORE THEN OTHERS. BUT THERE IS HOPE FOR EVERYONE. IN THE OLD TESTAMENT THE CHILDREN OF ISRAEL GOT DELIVERED FROM EGYPT MY GOD. BUT SHOCKING THEY DID NOT MAKE TO THE PROMISE LAND WOW UNBELIEVABLE THEY DIED THEY ALMOST MADE IT WOE WHAT HAPPEN WHAT HAPPEN. WE CAN READ IT IN THE BOOK OF 1CORINTHIANS 10:5-9 AND IT’S A EXAMPLE FOR US THAT IT CAN HAPPEN WOE READ IT NOW THESE THINGS BECAME OUR EXAMPLES TO THE INTENT THAT WE SHOULD NOT LUST AFTER EVIL THINGS AS THEY ALSO LUSTED. AND DO NOT BECOME IDOLATERS AS WERE SOME OF THEM. THE PEOPLE SAT DOWN TO EAT AND DRINK AND ROSE UP TO PLAY. NOR LET US COMMIT SEXUAL IMMORALITY. AS SOME OF THEM DID AND IN ONE DAY 23,000 FELL IN OTHER WORDS PLAYTIME IS OVER

The Little Flower Of Jesus

Author: Saint Thérèse (de Lisieux)
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How I Shed My Skin

Author: Jim Grimsley
Editor: Algonquin Books
ISBN: 1616204931
Size: 16,45 MB
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More than sixty years ago, the Supreme Court ruled in Brown v. Board of Education that America’s schools could no longer be segregated by race. Critically acclaimed novelist Jim Grimsley was eleven years old in 1966 when federally mandated integration of schools went into effect in the state and the school in his small eastern North Carolina town was first integrated. Until then, blacks and whites didn’t sit next to one another in a public space or eat in the same restaurants, and they certainly didn’t go to school together. Going to one of the private schools that almost immediately sprang up was not an option for Jim: his family was too poor to pay tuition, and while they shared the community’s dismay over the mixing of the races, they had no choice but to be on the front lines of his school’s desegregation. What he did not realize until he began to meet these new students was just how deeply ingrained his own prejudices were and how those prejudices had developed in him despite the fact that prior to starting sixth grade, he had actually never known any black people. Now, more than forty years later, Grimsley looks back at that school and those times--remembering his own first real encounters with black children and their culture. The result is a narrative both true and deeply moving. Jim takes readers into those classrooms and onto the playing fields as, ever so tentatively, alliances were forged and friendships established. And looking back from today’s perspective, he examines how far we have really come.