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Today I'm a Monster: Book on mothers love & acceptance. Great for teaching emotions, recognizing and accepting difficult feelings as anger & sadness. Best ... to say "I love you" to kid who misbehaved
Today I'm a Monster: Book on mothers love & acceptance. Great for teaching emotions, recognizing and accepting difficult feelings as anger & sadness. Best ... to say "I love you" to kid who misbehaved
A cute story with a great and important messageExplains that angry feelings come and goDoing bad things doesn’t make you badA story is a good way to help children first recognize feelingsLearn to treat each other better as well as be more toleratingTeaches us all that love and understanding make the differenceAND showers the power of a mother’s love It will deeply touch a mother’s heart“I’ll admit this brought tears to my eyes while reading it to my daughter. She has certainly been a monster today.”“I have to admit I actually got a little teary at the end of the book because the message really hit home for me as a mom.”Different messages for different ages:“My three kids, ages 2 (almost 3), 5 and 9, all enjoyed the book and took home a different message from the story.”“Even my 9-year-old remarked, ‘Wow, Mom, you really love us even when we misbehave. Moms really are amazing’.”AndFun illustrations with rhyming text are spot-onQuickly captures children’s attentionPaperback version includes COLORING & ACTIVITY PAGES at the end of the book to entertain your child!Purchase a paperback copy with COLORING & ACTIVITY PAGES and get the Kindle version FREE! (Kindle MatchBook)Add Today I’m a Monster to your cart now to enjoy or to give as a gift.

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Blended Reality: Poems and Thoughts for Stepmoms, Blended Families, and the People that Support Us
Blended Reality: Poems and Thoughts for Stepmoms, Blended Families, and the People that Support Us
Michaele-Lynne Jacot had never given a thought to writing a book, however, she had been inspired to write and journal more now that she was part of a blended family. The poems came together quickly, and she soon decided to attend a book publishing class. Miss Jacot hopes to touch stepmoms and other women all over the country (and maybe the world!), who experience the day to day happenings of blended family life. Perhaps it will also catch the eyes of someone like Ellen (who would be great for publicity!)! The poems are in print as they were written chronologically and it is quite possible there will be more books in the future! It is truly hoped that these poems bring you joy, comfort, and a sense of knowing that you are not alone on this journey!

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$21.73



WHITE CAT BLACK CAT (Animal bedtime story preschool picture book Book 2)
WHITE CAT BLACK CAT (Animal bedtime story preschool picture book Book 2)
White Cat, Black Cat: NEW DOG* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *It was a terrible day for the perky black catHis owner adopted a dog – just like that!A poodle too small to even harm a mouseWho acted as if he could rule the whole house.

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Macy McMillan and the Rainbow Goddess
Macy McMillan and the Rainbow Goddess
Sixth grade is coming to an end, and so is life as Macy McMillan knows it. Already a "For Sale" sign mars the front lawn of her beloved house. Soon her mother will upend their perfect little family, adding a stepfather and six-year-old twin stepsisters. To add insult to injury, what is Macy's final sixth grade assignment? A genealogy project. Well, she'll put it off - just like those wedding centerpieces she's supposed to be making.Just when Macy's mother ought to be understanding, she sends Macy next door to help eighty-six-year-old Iris Gillan, who is also getting ready to move - in her case into an assisted living facility. Iris can't pack a single box on her own and, worse, she doesn't know sign language. How is Macy supposed to understand her? But Iris has stories to tell, and she isn't going to let Macy's deafness stop her. Soon, through notes and books and cookies, a bond grows between them. And this friendship, odd and unexpected, may be just what Macy needs to face the changes in her life.Shari Green, author of Root Beer Candy and Other Miracles, writes this summer story with the lightest touch, spinning Macy out of her old life and into a new one full of warmth and promise for the future.

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$6.99
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What Makes My Dad Special?: Join little Kate as her mom tells her about all of the things that make her dad such a great person – and why she chose him… just for them. US Version.
What Makes My Dad Special?: Join little Kate as her mom tells her about all of the things that make her dad such a great person – and why she chose him… just for them. US Version.
What makes my dad special?" Kate asked with a stare. "Sit down and I will tell you." Mom pulled out a chair. Mom took a deep breath and sat next to Kate. "I'll tell you the story of why your dad is so great!" Join little Kate as her mom tells her about all of the things that make her dad such a great person - and why she chose him... just for them.US Version.* * * As far as parents go, I feel like I hit the jackpot. My parents were and still are thoughtful,kind, loving and supportive. But not everyone has the luck that I have had. Sometimes fathers or mothers just aren't around. Sometimes through no fault of their own and sometimes it's just not possible for that parent to be a part of a child's life. Sometimes the single parent meets and falls in love with a new partner. If you are lucky, your new partner will love and cherish your child as much as he/she does you. The bond between a step parent and a child can be an amazing thing. But what if your child doesn't know that their mom or dad isn't their biological parent? Have you found yourself wondering how and when to tell your child? Many parents find themselves in this situation. Do I tell my child early? Orin their teens? Or as an adult? If you have decided to tell your child early, then I hope that this picture book will help you. It is full of wonderful illustrations that will encourage you to discuss this theme with your son or daughter. It is an ideal first step in explaining the love a step parent can feel for their child. Happy reading!Charlotte

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$9.99



War Music: An Account of Books 1-4 and 16-19 of Homer's Iliad
War Music: An Account of Books 1-4 and 16-19 of Homer's Iliad
In his brilliant rendering of eight books of Homer's Iliad, Logue here retells some of the most evocative episodes of the war classic, including the death of Patroclus and Achilles's fateful return to battle, that sealed the doom of Troy. Compulsively readable, Logue's poetry flies off the page, and his compelling descriptions of the horrors of war have a surreal, dreamlike quality that has been compared to the films of Kurosawa. Retaining the great poem's story line but rewriting every incident, Logue brings the Trojan War to life for modern audiences.

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$39.94



Both Sides from the Middle
Both Sides from the Middle
1970S, NORTHERN UTAH, A STEP ACROSS THE BORDER. Beginning with the poem, “Education of an Idaho Farm Girl,” this volume tells what happened to the girl who left. Section I finds the newly divorced narrator sitting at a desk in “the adult education classroom,” pondering the results of a too-young marriage. Mid-point in this section, poems that unfolded through years of loss and abuse begin to take a turn, to open into humor and an “attitude seven layers deep.” In the middle three sections, the narrator’s education continues when she gives up living happily alone for a partner she can’t imagine living without. She learns to reconcile their past lives and individual dreams with all that depends on them as a couple, not just their blended and extended human family, but also the future of a precarious environment within which they all reside. By Section V, the people, places and things they’ve acquired as a couple gain even more significance when they are suddenly given a terminal time limit in which to share them. The results of a midlife cancer diagnosis remind the narrator that nothing in this world has only two sides, two paths, two ways of thinking. But to reach that realization can take decades of “seeing both sides from the middle.”

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$20.00



Mourning to Morning: A Widower's Poetic Journey
Mourning to Morning: A Widower's Poetic Journey
This book of poetry chronicles the author's journey from mourning the death of his wife of over forty-nine years to the morning of a burgeoning new love for a widow he met online and married twenty-two months later. The poems show the depth of grief experienced after the loss of a loved one, family tensions that arise over the way each person grieves, new love, misunderstandings and ensuing gossip, romance, humor, desire, fulfillment, and the challenges of blending families, introducing cats and dogs, and living ones faith in the modern world. This is a tale of mature love in the modern age of dating sites, email, text messaging, and Skype. It includes one hundred-forty original poems that have never been published in print. The poems not only speak to those who have experienced a loss but to anyone at any age who have ever loved.

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$13.99



Hug Your Pillars: Stories and Poems Honoring Fathers and Father Figures
Hug Your Pillars: Stories and Poems Honoring Fathers and Father Figures
Hug Your Pillars Stories and Poems Honoring Fathers and Father Figures To comprehend the value of fathers and father figures, we need only consider the impact of their absence from the lives of children, teens, women, and men. Like the roots of an oak tree, fathers are the firm pillars that help anchor our philosophies about life, love, finances, and relationships. Pillars that help us confirm who we are and can be. For a young girl, father is the mirror that reflects her inner and outer substance. A young boy recognizes father as the superhero of his early storybook. As we engage society, the value of father to us becomes more apparent. Our encounters with others and ourselves trigger memories of notable impartations in the form of lessons, conversations, and demonstrations. Seeds planted that are now bearing fruit in our lives that we lovingly share with others. Fathers are pillars on which we lean to steady our composure in times of weakness and crisis. Our personal mission and vision statements are fashioned after their indelible impressions. Their imprint is seared in the very DNA of our souls. Through this collection of heartfelt stories and poems, we honor the fathers and father figures of our lives. We hug the pillars who helped shape the men and women we have become and are becoming.

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$11.95



What Makes My Dad Special?: Join little Kate as her mum tells her about all of the things that make her dad such a great person – and why she chose him… just for them. UK Version.
What Makes My Dad Special?: Join little Kate as her mum tells her about all of the things that make her dad such a great person – and why she chose him… just for them. UK Version.
"What makes my dad special?" Kate asked with a stare. "Sit down and I will tell you." Mum pulled out a chair. Mum took a deep breath and sat next to Kate. "I'll tell you the story of why your dad is so great!" Join little Kate as her mum tells her about all of the things that make her dad such a great person - and why she chose him... just for them. UK Version.* * *As far as parents go, I feel like I hit the jackpot. My parents were and still are thoughtful, kind, loving and supportive. But not everyone has the luck that I have had. Sometimes fathers or mothers just aren't around. Sometimes through no fault of their own and sometimes it's just not possible for that parent to be a part of a child's life. Sometimes the single parent meets and falls in love with a new partner. If you are lucky, your new partner will love and cherish your child as much as he/she does you. The bond between a step parent and a child can be an amazing thing. But what if your child doesn't know that their mum or dad isn't their biological parent? Have you found yourself wondering how and when to tell your child? Many parents find themselves in this situation. Do I tell my child early? Or in their teens? Or as an adult? If you have decided to tell your child early, then I hope that this picture book will help you. It is full of wonderful illustrations that will encourage you to discuss this theme with your son or daughter. It is an ideal first step in explaining the love a step parent can feel for their child. Happy reading!Charlotte

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$9.99


 
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