Babycentre Baby - the all-important first year

Author: DK

Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd

ISBN:

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 320

View: 467

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.

The Diary of V

Happily Ever After?

Author: Debra Kent

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

View: 758

V has won millions from her divorce settlement with Rodger. Now she and her young son are set for the future. But after 10 years of marriage, V is single again. Is she ready to enter the world of dating?

Full House

Author: Molly Keane

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

View: 239

Silverue -- an enchanting Irish mansion -- is owned by one of the most frightening mothers in fiction -- the indomitable, oppressively girlish Lady Bird. Blessed with wealth and beautiful children she has little to worry about except the passing of the years and the return of her son John's sanity. To help her through the potentially awkward occasion of John's return from the asylum she has enlisted the support of Eliza, a woman she believes to be her confidante. But Eliza has her own secrets and John's homecoming will prove the catalyst for revelations which Lady Bird would much rather leave buried.

Life with Laura

0 - 4.9 years

Author: Liz Yates

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN:

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 488

View: 778

'Life with Laura'....well, what can I say? Who hasn't had a lively, mischievous daughter? But mine was hell-bent from day one to stamp her mark and wreak havoc on our world wherever she went. She constantly embarrassed us in public with her extrovert behaviour playing to the masses and wrecked shops causing chaos and leaving turmoil in her wake. Everyone said she could make a pig laugh with her antics. This compelling biography is large in content, has 35 captivating 'caught in action' photos and is based on my diaries, pictures and videos. It is driven by my love and fuelled by humour, my own emotions and by interactions with family and friends, and depicts two parents trying desperately to cope. 'Life with Laura' - enjoy the ride! 'We enter Superdrug and I pause momentarily in a small bay by the door to check my list. Big mistake! Laura leans forward from her buggy and pulls on a three-sided, picture-frame style moulding on the wall that displays an advertisement. Oh my, she is demolishing it... and I am on the wrong side to stop her. It is about 3' long with two 18" side struts. She struggles to hold the frame up above her head then bangs one side onto the floor...CRASH!! I am rooted to the spot. All goes deathly quiet and in a loud and clear voice of authority Laura turns round and tells everyone. "It's broken to pieces!" Horrified I take the rest off her and intend to place the two remaining joined pieces on the floor. No such luck...one crashes down...oops! The manager appears scowling and I limply hand him the last bit. "Sorry it's not childproof" is all I can say in her defence. Laura's captive audience is spell-bound. I hear some giggling..........'

Within Our Gates

Ethnicity in American Feature Films, 1911-1960

Author: Alan Gevinson

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN:

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 1571

View: 748

"[These volumes] are endlessly absorbing as an excursion into cultural history and national memory."--Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. "[These volumes] are endlessly absorbing as an excursion into cultural history and national memory."--Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.

The Good Pub Guide: The North of England

Author: Alisdair Aird

Publisher: Random House

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 224

View: 101

This handy portable guide features up-to-date information, including food, drinks, facilities and opening hours, for the best pubs in the North of England, as chosen by the highly respected editors of the annual Good Pub Guide. Spanning Cheshire, Cleveland, County Durham, Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Lancashire, Merseyside, Northumberland, Tyne & Wear and Yorkshire here are handpicked pubs specialising in food, wine, malt whisky and own-brew beer. Whether you're planning a holiday in this part of the UK and trying to find some charming pub accommodation, looking for a place to enjoy a weekend walk with the dog, or simply in search of some warming pub food and a welcome pint of real ale, this is the guide for you.

Acceptance

A Novel

Author: Susan Coll

Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 304

View: 336

A comic chronicle of a year in the life in the college admissions cycle. It's spring break of junior year and the college admissions hysteria is setting in. "AP" Harry (so named for the unprecedented number of advanced placement courses he has taken) and his mother take a detour from his first choice, Harvard, to visit Yates, a liberal arts school in the Northeast that is enjoying a surge in popularity as a result of a statistical error that landed it on the top-fifty list of the U.S. News & World Report rankings. There, on Yates's dilapidated grounds, Harry runs into two of his classmates from Verona High, an elite public school in the suburbs of Washington, D.C. There's Maya Kaluantharana, a gifted athlete whose mediocre SAT scores so alarm her family that they declare her learning disabled, and Taylor Rockefeller, Harry's brooding neighbor, who just wants a good look at the dormitory bathrooms. With the human spirit of Tom Perrotta and the engaging honesty of Curtis Sittenfeld's Prep, Susan Coll reveals the frantic world of college admissions, where kids recalibrate their GPAs based on daily quizzes, families relocate to enhance the chance for Ivy League slots, and everyone is looking for the formula for admittance. Meanwhile, Yates admissions officer Olivia Sheraton sifts through applications looking for something-anything-to distinguish one applicant from the next. For all, the price of admission requires compromise; for a few, the ordeal blossoms into an unexpected journey of discovery.

It Had To Be You

Author: Sarah Webb

Publisher: Pan Macmillan

ISBN:

Category: Fiction

Page: 256

View: 387

Molly Harper is the manager of Ireland's only dedicated romance bookshop - 'Happily Ever After'. She can't stand Milo Jones, the super-smooth new owner but he does have a rather attractive son, Sam. When Milo decides he wants to change the bookshop into a highbrow literary one, Molly, with the help of her friends, must fight back if she wants to save the store. Her best friend, Paige Brady, local County Councillor and member of the popular 'Happily Ever After Book Club' has problems of her own. She has just launched a general election campaign and is astonished when another woman, Annette Higgins, starts to attack her in a very personal way. But Paige is determined to stay in the race. Can you judge a man by the shoes they wear? Kate Bowan, another Book Club afficionado, and Molly's housemate thinks so. Shop assistant in the trendy Burnaby designer shoe shop, 'Baroque' by day, she runs the popular dummy dating service 'Test-Crash Dates' by night. But one particular client is proving to be more than a handful. In the Irish village of Burnaby, life is about to change for three very different women.