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Messycow Comics

Author : Chen Weng
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No one captures the messy but heartwarming experience of becoming a mother as accurately and hilariously as Messycow Comics In what ways is a toddler like a deadly weapon? What would it look like if your 2-year-old was an office worker? And how does being a parent completely transform one's sense of fashion? These questions and many more are the focus of the hilarious and relatable comics by Weng Chen, a thirtysomething Chinese-American cartoonist who details the realities of raising small children, growing older, and how technology and mass culture shape today's parenting experiences. The debut book collection of her Messycow Comics presents one mom's fresh, insightful, and hilarious take on the joys, absurdities, and anxieties of modern parenting.

100 Ways Your Two Year Old Can Hurt You

Author : Chen Weng
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No one captures the messy but heartwarming experience of becoming a mother as accurately and hilariously as Messycow Comics. In what ways is a toddler like a deadly weapon? What would it look like if your 2-year-old was an office worker? And how does being a parent completely transform one's sense of fashion? These questions and many more are the focus of the hilarious and relatable comics by Weng Chen, a thirtysomething Chinese-American cartoonist who details the realities of raising small children, growing older, and how technology and mass culture shape today's parenting experiences. The debut book collection of her Messycow Comics presents one mom's fresh, insightful, and hilarious take on the joys, absurdities, and anxieties of modern parenting.

100 Ways to Calm the Crying

Author : Pinky McKay
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100 Ways to Calm the Crying explores why babies cry, from normal developmental changes to more painful conditions such as colic and reflux. Along the way, parenting expert Pinky McKay offers practical tips on how to: calm and connect with your baby cope with crying and sleepless nights identity symptoms that may require professional help Follow Pinky's gentle strategies and develop a closer, tear-free relationship with your baby. Here is a book that is down to earth, warm and, unlike many other books that deal with crying, respects babies.' Sheila Kitzinger 'I hope this book finds its way onto every new parent's bedside table: a whole new generation will be grateful.' Dr Sarah Buckley

You re Doing a Great Job 100 Ways You re Winning at Parenting

Author : Biz Ellis
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Stop feeling like sh*t for being a mom—laugh-out-loud affirmations for every parent Guess what? This “parenting book” is not designed to make new parents feel bad. Authors and co-hosts of the popular comedy podcast One Bad Mother, Biz Ellis and Theresa Thorn, know firsthand that raising kids is tough. They also know that, most likely, parents are winning more than they’re failing. This book reminds parents that it’s okay to have a low bar. Celebrate what did happen, not what didn’t, including gems such as: Did you get up this morning? Great! You’re doing an awesome job! Your kid fell asleep? Even if it was just for two hours, that’s amazing. Good job! Has your kid eaten? That’s probably your doing, so yeah, you’re a winner! The perfect gift for the growing family, You Are Doing a Great Job! is the much-needed reminder to screw all expectations and advice. It belongs on the shelf next to Go the Fu*k to Sleep and Let’s Panic About Babies. Or better yet, tear out the pages and hang them up.

100 Ways to Be a Stress free Mom and Raise Happy Kids

Author : Lahar Bhatnagar Singh
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100 Ways to Be A Stress-Free Mom and Raise Happy Kids explores motherhood in a brand-new light. The author draws from her neuroscience background and her analysis of hundreds of real parents and takes you directly to the core of what it truly means to be a mother . . . without sugar coating it. Each chapter presents a real-world parenting scenario with the most accurate and up-to-date advice on how to sail through it in the most efficient way possible. With chapters such as ‘Have a Ranting Bestie’ and ‘Take Your Baby to Hard Rock Cafe’, this a must-have book for all present-day mothers who want to transform into a Nirvana-ma: a happy, peaceful, and stress-free mom!

Over 100 Ways to Stop Sabotaging Your Life

Author : James Egan
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There are many ways to sabotage your life. In this book, over 100 traps of life are analysed which can help you avoid life's hardships. Learn to get closure from a personal tragedy, develop contingencies when plans fall apart, understand how to deal with criticism constructively, break away from self-destructive cycles and find out how to stop dwelling on the past and embrace the future.

The Terrible Twos

Author : Robert Duffy
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oping with the terrible twos is hard work. Even the easiest of babies can present a range of challenges when they get to that age and start developing a mind of their own. This book will provide you with all of the information and guidance you need to survive this trying time. This book will help you to understand the terrible twos and why they happen, your child’s emotions, behaviour and needs during this time, the importance of balancing freedom and limits and other strategies to help your child learn and grow. After all, that is what the terrible twos is all about. Case studies will help parents to realise they are not alone in experiencing problems with a ‘terrible’ two-year-old. The book will provide support and information on how to find the strategy that works for your child and for you.

The Experts Guide to the Baby Years

Author : Samantha Ettus
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Read a little, learn a lot! Oh, baby! In one book, 100 leading parenting experts offer must-have advice for expecting and new parents. The Experts’ Guide to the Baby Years is the all-in-one companion to raising your baby with confidence, knowledge, and style, while maintaining your own sanity. As a brand-new parent, Samantha Ettus, creator of the Experts’ Guide series of books, went on a search to collect invaluable insights and practical know-how from the world’s experts in the field of parenting. The result is this wonderfully informative and entertaining guide to preparing for, welcoming, and caring for your new baby like an expert. In bite-sized chapters that even the most sleep-deprived new parents can digest, you’ll find advice from an expert on the top 100 parental concerns, from budgeting for the baby to bathing, breastfeeding, and beyond. And it doesn’t stop at Baby. The Experts’ Guide to the Baby Years includes plenty of chapters devoted to you, too–such as getting in shape after childbirth, maintaining a happy marriage, and setting up a playdate. Bestselling author and pediatrician Harvey Karp provides secrets for calming a crying infant; travel guru Pauline Frommer reveals her best tips on planning a vacation with your child; and Iron Chef Cat Cora offers her techniques for making baby food. Each of the contributors brings a matchless blend of knowledge, passion, and experience to ensure that you make the most of your child’s first years. From choosing a name and preparing for your baby’s arrival home to making the transition back to work, The Experts’ Guide to the Baby Years brings an unparalleled breadth of practical and authoritative information to the alternately joyous and exhausting journey through the baby years.

Black Enterprise

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BLACK ENTERPRISE is the ultimate source for wealth creation for African American professionals, entrepreneurs and corporate executives. Every month, BLACK ENTERPRISE delivers timely, useful information on careers, small business and personal finance.

Spirit of the Times and the New York Sportsman

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Philosophical Issues of Human Cyborgization and the Necessity of Prolegomena on Cyborg Ethics

Author : Greguric, Ivana
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We are currently living in an age of scientific humanism. Cyborgs, robots, avatars, and bio-technologically created beings are new entities that exist alongside biological human beings. As with many emerging technologies, many people will find the concept foreign and frightening. There is a strong possibility that these entities will be mistreated. Philosophical Issues of Human Cyborgization and the Necessity of Prolegomena on Cyborg Ethics discusses the ethics of human cyborgization as well as emerging technologies of robots and avatars that exhibit human-like qualities. The chapters build a strong case for the necessity of cyborg ethics and protocols for preserving the vitality of life within an ever-advancing technological society. Covering topics such as cyborg hacking, historical reality, and naturalism, this book is a dynamic resource for scientists, ethicists, cyber behavior professionals, students and professors of both technological and philosophical studies, faculty of higher education, philosophers, AI engineers, healthcare professionals, researchers, and academicians.

Simplify Your Life with Kids

Author : Elaine St. James
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Simplicity expert Elaine St. James, author of "Simplify Your Inner Life", has a solution for beleaguered parents everywhere. "Simplify Your Life with Kids" offers practical, down-to-earth advice for the vital, time-demanding, perplexing issues that all parents face. St. James explores such topics for simplifying family life as making mealtime fun, stopping tantrums, establishing a simple bedtime routine, and more.

What Happens when Children Grow

Author : Margaret Bailey Jacobsen
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Margaret Jacobsen gives information you need relating to: physical growth, mental development, social-emotional responses, character development. But this book goes further. The author shares what is often omitted from other books on child development. She tells how parents and teachers can help a child form spiritual and moral values and a love for God. You will find help in dealing with problems which often occur between birth and adolescence, all part of what happens when children grow. - Back cover.

Why Is My Child in Charge

Author : Claire Lerner
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Solve typical toddler challenges with eight key mindshifts that will help you parent with clarity, calmness and self-control. Through stories from her practice, Claire Lerner shows parents how making critical mindshifts—seeing their children’s behaviors through a new lens —empowers parents to solve their most vexing childrearing challenges. This process puts parents back in the driver’s seat, where they belong and where their children need them to be. These real life stories provide a roadmap for how to tune into the root causes of children’s behavior and how to create and implement strategies that are tailored to the unique needs of each child and family. Through these stories, Claire provides a treasure trove of practical solutions that are based in science and which work in real life. Why Is My Child In Charge? picks up where other books have left parents hanging. Most parenting books offer solutions that sound good on paper but don’t work in practice. They are aspirational rather than achievable, or they offer one-size-fits-all approaches that don’t meet the needs of an individual child. They can compound parents’ feelings of frustration and thus, can be counterproductive. Case by case, Claire unpacks the individualized process she guides parents through to solve the most common challenges such as throwing tantrums in public; delaying bedtime for hours; refusing to participate in family mealtimes; and resisting potty training. Employing a relatable story-telling approach, Claire elucidates: The faulty mindsets that pose obstacles to parents seeing the situation more objectively The essential mindshifts that enable parents to quickly identify the root causes of the problem The development of an action plan tailored to each unique child and family Why is My Child in Charge? is like having a child development specialist in your home. It shows how you can develop “win-win” strategies that translate into adaptable, happy kids and calm, connected and in-control parents. It will help you be the parent you want to be.

Field Stream

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FIELD & STREAM, America’s largest outdoor sports magazine, celebrates the outdoor experience with great stories, compelling photography, and sound advice while honoring the traditions hunters and fishermen have passed down for generations.

Field Stream

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FIELD & STREAM, America’s largest outdoor sports magazine, celebrates the outdoor experience with great stories, compelling photography, and sound advice while honoring the traditions hunters and fishermen have passed down for generations.

The Couples Therapy Companion

Author : Russell Grieger
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Learn to look at marriage and couples counseling through the lens of Rational Emotive Couples Therapy. Dr. Russell Grieger walks the reader through the RECT process and includes numerous exercises that are appropriate for clinicians to use with their clients, for those couples who are in therapy and need a little extra help, and for couples working to improve their relationship on their own. Along with explaining the process of Rational Emotive Couples Therapy, Dr. Grieger makes the distinction between relationship difficulties, which are small disagreements and dissatisfactions, and relationship disturbances, which occur when a couple becomes emotionally distressed and entrenched in negativity. He walks readers through the couple diagnosis and presents eight powerful strategies for helping resolve both couple difficulties and disturbances to find relationship harmony. Dr. Grieger addresses such issues as ridding hurt, anger, fear, and insecurity, enhancing closeness and intimacy, win-win conflict resolution, and building couple commitment and connection. Replete with exercises that empower couples to take action and solve their problems, The Couples Therapy Companion also helps readers to sustain the positive momentum learned in therapy in everyday life.

Photographing Childhood

Author : LaNola Kathleen Stone
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There are countless important events and stages to document in a child's life. "Photographing Childhood" will give readers the know-how and the inspiration that they are looking for to create the perfect image. Rich with emotion and creativity, this guide delivers tips from a master photographer, going way beyond the photography basics.

You re Only as Good as Your Next One

Author : Mike Medavoy
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“An under-read and engaging show-biz memoir.” –The New Yorker "If I had a talent for anything, it was a talent for knowing who was talented." Mike Medavoy is a Hollywood rarity: a studio executive who, though never far from controversy, has remained well loved and respected through four decades of moviemaking. What further sets him apart is his role in bringing to the screen some of the most acclaimed Oscar-winning films of our time: Apocalypse Now, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Amadeus, The Silence of the Lambs, Philadelphia, and Sleepless in Seattle are just some of the projects he green-lighted at United Artists, Orion, TriStar, his own Phoenix Pictures. "The ultimate lose-lose situation for a studio executive: to wind up with a commercial bomb and a bad movie." Of course, there are the box office disasters, and the films, as Medavoy says, "for which I should be shot." They, too, have a place in his fascinating memoir -- a pull-no-punches account of financial and political maneuvering, and of working with the industry's brightest star power, including Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, Francis Ford Coppola, Kevin Costner, Robert De Niro, Jodie Foster, Sharon Stone, Michael Douglas, Meg Ryan, and countless others. "Putting together the elements of a film is a succession of best guesses." Medavoy speaks out on how movie studio buyouts have stymied the creative process and brought an end to the "hands-off" golden age of filmmaking. An eyewitness to Hollywood history in the making, he gives a powerful and poignant view of the past and future of a world he knows intimately.

Growing Great Boys

Author : Ian Grant
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Practical, positive and informative parenting advice on raising great sons. Growing Great Boys is a brilliant, practical parenting book about parenting boys from toddlers to teens by one of New Zealand's leading parenting experts. Packed with tips and pragmatic ideas for parents, it has a strong and positive message for parents. The following issues are dealt with: The challenges for boys in the 21st century; The uniqueness of boys/men; The importance of fathers in parenting boys; The place of mothers in parenting boys; Parenting boys on your own; How to parent preschooler boys (or under 5s); How to parent primary school boys (or 5-12 year olds); How to parent teenage boys; Boys and Masks - talking to the real boy; and Boys and spirituality, traditions and rites of passage. Growing Great Boys is a delightful manual for successfully guiding, coaching, disciplining, loving, encouraging and inspiring boys from birth through to teenage years. Its substance is insightful and challenging and it will be rewarding to all parents who read it.