101 Tips To Stop Your Child’s Bedwetting Forever101 Tips To Stop Your Child’s Bedwetting Forever
The secret to ending your child’s bedwetting – A Plan For Beating Your Child’s Bedwetting Habit!
When one of your children is a bedwetter, it can be a very sensitive topic. You want your child to know it’s just a part of growing up and that there’s nothing wrong with them.
Autism: Essential Guide To Understanding AutismAutism: Essential Guide To Understanding Autism
You may have seen an autistic child or adult and never knew that the person had a diagnosis. Your ignorance about the disorder is not uncommon because most people who are not experienced with the disorder look at autistic people as those who are mentally retarded or have some learning disability. This is not true. Autism is a very complicated disorder that affects children typically from the age of three to conception. The disorder is neurological in nature and primarily affects the areas of the brain where communication and social interaction is developed. To the unsuspecting person, the autistic child or adult would be considered mentally unstable or retarded.
Children’s Classics In Dramatic FormChildren’s Classics In Dramatic Form
Children’s Classics in Dramatic Form is intended to accomplish three distinct purposes: first, to arouse a greater interest in oral reading; second, to develop an expressive voice – sadly lacking in the case of most Americans; and third, to give freedom and grace in the bodily attitudes and movements which are involved in reading and speaking.
The stories given are for the most part adaptations of favourite tales from folklore,–Andersen, Grimm, Aesop, and the Arabian Nights having been freely drawn upon.
Christmas Coloring Book For ChildrenChristmas Coloring Book For Children
Keep the kids busy this Christmas season with Christmas coloring pages. Just select a page from the PDF, print it out and give it to the kids to color.
There are 75 Christmas coloring pages in the eBook, featuring Santa Claus, reindeer, Christmas wreaths and scenes for every age group.
Discover Educational Toys For ChildrenDiscover Educational Toys For Children
Educational toys are designed to help children in how to learn and grow. Nowadays children are advanced in technology, which educational toys give them the advantage of taking control of their lives by the time they finish high school.
One of the greatest gifts in life is learning and when children learn they develop healthy skills and abilities to assist them with living a productive lifestyle as they mature.
To help you appreciate educational toys and how these creations show benefits for your child’s development this ebook has been specially put together
How To Create Childrens Picture eBooksHow To Create Childrens Picture eBooks
STOP Giving YOUR Prospects Boring To Read Text Only – Impress Them With Some EYE CANDY!
An eBook is an abbreviation of “electronic book” – a book or any text, poetry, short story etc that is saved in digital form and made available to read on electronic devices like a laptop or desktop computer, a handheld computer, a smartphone or a dedicated eReading device, like a NOOK or a Kindle.
With constant ventures appearing in the field of technology, reading and writing a book is no longer limited to libraries and publishers. Self-Publishers are very commonplace in online bookstores like Amazon, because of the introduction of the eBook.
Although an eBook is a digital format and it is not printed, you can easily have your eBook set to “print-on-demand” for a low set up cost, with companies like Createspace.com or Lulu.com, if you wanted to sell your eBook in hard copy as well in digital format.
The eBook has made book creation much simpler than it was in the olden days. Now, you can easily create your own eBook at home, work or anywhere you please, and anyone can do it, you don’t have to wait for a large publishing company to pick up your project anymore.
While some people like their books all wordy and technical, others enjoy reading an eBook that’s full of pictures and colours. Another reason behind the increased popularity of picture eBooks is their ability to teach and inform people through images rather than just words. Plus, picture eBooks are also helpful in teaching kids about a fact or a place.
Mother’s Stories From The New TestamentMother’s Stories From The New Testament
A Book of the Best Stories that Mothers can tell their Children. Composed of 45 stories from New Testament.
Stories include: The wise men’s visit, The Angel’s Tidings, Jesus in the Temple, The Wonderful draught of fishes, The house built upon the sand, Healing the Centurion’s servant, ANOINTING THE FEET OF JESUS, The Rich Fool, The Unfruitful Tree, Sowing the Seed, The Enemy sowing Tares, The Parable of the Leaven, Seeking for Hidden Treasure, The Pearl of Great Price, The Parable of the Net, The Man Possessed by The Devil, Curing the Incurable, Jarius Daughter , The Two Blind Men , Feeding Five Thousand, Christ Walking on the Sea, The Woman of Canaan, Peter and the Tribute Money, The Good Samaritan, Importunity Rewarded, The Unmerciful Servant , The Good Shepherd, The Prodigal Son, Christ Blessing the Children.
Myths That Every Child Should KnowMyths That Every Child Should Know
A selection of the classic myths of all times for young people.
Stories include: Chimera, Golden Touch, Gorgon’s Head, Miraculous Pitcher, Paradise of Children, Cyclops, Argonauts, How Odin Lost His Eye, Quest of the Hammer, Death of Balder.
Myths that Every Child Should Know is created to instruct while they entertain children.
While it consists of Pre-Christianity Mythological Figures and their stories, they give children good, wholesome entertainment and teach values as well.
Night of Two VisitorsNight of Two Visitors
Christmas was right around the corner. Only 3 days until the Jacob’s family were to have their biggest family Christmas ever. Not only would the 4 members of the Jacob’s family be there, but Grandma & Grandpa, Uncle Jim, Aunt Jeanne, and their 3 children, and Aunt Karen with her husband Bob, with their 3 boys. What a treat it was going to be to have the entire family there for Christmas dinner…
Starr BiggieStarr Biggie
An investment well-made, Mrs. Hurley says. I can tell this baby’s got it all—even the name. I once had a friend who named her little girl Candy. Their last name was Suprise. Not surprise, mind you. Suprise, without the first “r.” Boy was she gorgeous.
There’s a lot in a name, Stacy says. I mean, can you imagine a Jean Biggie? Or an Alice? You need all the help you can get in this life.
What’s in a name? As Stacy says in “Starr Biggie,” can anyone imagine a Jean Biggie rather than a Star Biggie? Is there a connotative, even personal-enhancing, difference between the two, especially when the intent implies advantage, prestige, recognition, even personal gain?
Certainly, there are the accidental and somewhat amusing pairing of names with occupations: Dr. Blood (a physician); Dr. Slaughter (a surgeon); or Dr. Fecher (dog psychologist). These coincidental couplings of like names and jobs are almost guaranteed to produce a chuckle tinged with a slight tint of irony yet offering scant ‘linguistic transcendence’. But if, as the Bard says, a “rose smells like a rose by any other name,” the consensus by those who desire to ‘smell’ competitively better in the discerning nose of public opinion are inevitably compelled to tweak their mundane birth names to enhance their personal appeal on the open market. Thus, Henry John Deutschendorf becomes John Denver, and the American film actress, born Constance Frances Marie Ockelman, was known professionally as Victoria Lake. A rose, then, may just smell best when sonorously declared a ‘rose’ after all.
But the intentional and transformational renaming of things, places and people for one’s own personal redemption (or gain) is often without the consent of the rose, per se. The sound of a word—its resonance, assonance, dissonance—defies quantification (definition), and no one can rationally discern the qualitative difference between the articulated sound of Angel Fish and Scrod, although both may designate the same species of fish. But humans are not fish. And the reader might be inclined to judge Stacy’s calculating, self-serving selection of nomenclature for her infant daughter as either ‘petty vicarious ambition’ or, sympathetically, outright ‘pathos.’ After all, who would not at least regard Stacy’s genuine (even desperate) utterance: You need all the help you can get in this life.
First Published in Greensboro Review, Literary Magazine of University of North Carolina, USA