A thousand years ago, Mo Xun was accidentally swallowed by a spatial crack and entered the cultivation world. A thousand years later, he came back to earth, but only seven years had passed on Earth! Furthermore, his wife even gave birth to a girl, who is his daughter! His wife is beautiful, the child is cute. He had wanted to stay at home and live a simple life, but unexpectedly, he was left with a huge amount of debts. Mo Xun sighed and had no choice but to help his wife and daughter create a land of happiness...
One Dad, One Daughter and Their Terrifying Mission to Infiltrate the World of Playgroups Full of Mad Mothers
Author: Garry Cook
This book explores the murky world of Mother and Baby groups. Nowadays, these groups may be called Parents and Baby groups, but don't be deceived - this is still a mother land.This hilarious book is about me and my one-year-old daughter as we attend a variety of children's playgroups for the first time. Up until 14 months, Betsy spent her life in my backpack as we walked over some very big hills. Some days, if she was particularly well behaved, I would take her to a playground.She never touched an iPad or Kindle until she was at least 18-months-old - that's how much of a great dad I am.But in Autumn 2013 we decided to infiltrate the women's world of playgroups, on a mission to see if standing in a room full of mothers really was as terrifying as I was letting myself think it was.This fear of mad mothers saw me face my own prejudices and fears and even saw me taking advice from a Californian psychologist. He tried to blame my parents.Stay At Home Dads Are Not Welcome Here is a book which documents my brave journey from stealth walker to reluctant talker and, through research from around the world, tells how playgroups (child care and pre-school) are not necessarily the best thing for your child.
A Story of African Childhood Dreams and the Relentless love and sacrifice of Poor Parents to give their children an Education.
Author: Asa Ahimbisibwe
Hopeful describes the real life stories of children who were born in a rural poor village in an African country-Uganda. One of them, overcomes the challenges of poverty and cultural barriers with the help of his uneducated parents, who decided to do something that had not been done before; sacrifice everything including selling off their family land, become ridiculed by the villagers but believed, against all hope to send their son to school. Their son, determined to remove shame from his parents, knowing that his only way of ever escaping the cycle of poverty was through education, rose to the challenges from the rural poor villages into the country's Medical schools. The book also tells the story about girls in developing countries and their struggle to get an education. It sheds a light on the cultural and social barriers that the world needs to address, when it comes to the education of the girl child. In the end, the book tells the reader, how the success of one child, challenged and changed the perception about education in this part of the country. But also sheds a light about the real cause of the poor maternal and child health indicators in the developing world-lack of women empowerment through education.
Not the Whole Story is a compilation of sixteen stories narrated by single mothers in their own way and about their own lives. Each story is unique, but the same issues appear again and again. Abuse, parenting as single mothers, challenges in the labour market, mental health and addictions issues, a scarcity of quality childcare, immigration and status vulnerability, struggles with custody, and poverty—these factors, combined with a lack of support, contribute to their continued struggles. The themes that recur across stories illustrate that the issues the women face are not just about individual struggle; they demonstrate that major issues in Canada’s social system have been neglected in public policy. In order for these issues to be addressed we need to challenge the flawed public policies and the negative discourse that continue to marginalize single mothers—in terms of the opportunities in their own lives and in terms of how they are understood by other Canadians. The first-person narratives of the struggles and issues faced by low-income single mothers provide narrative richness and are augmented by introductory and concluding chapters that draw the narrative themes together and offer overarching discussion and analysis.
These critically acclaimed, bestselling Newbery Winner and Honor books that highlight inner strength and perseverance are now available in this convenient eBook collection! The young protagonists in each of these stories are confronted by varying conflicts, which can only be overcome by their inner will and tenacity. These are stories of family, friendship, and hope.In RULES, all Catherine wants is a "normal" life, and having a brother with autism makes that seem nearly impossible.Summer is sad when her aunt May dies in MISSING MAY. But when a boy from school tells Summer that it's possible to reconnect with her aunt, they go on an adventure.OUT OF THE DUST is written in verse and tells the story of Billie Jo's struggle to survive in the Oklahoma dust bowl years during the Great Depression.Hattie's world is turned upside down in A CORNER OF THE UNIVERSE when her uncle returns after being institutionalized for schizopphrenia and autism.
Ann Martin's phenomenal Newbery Honor book, now in paperback The summer Hattie turns 12, her predictable smalltown life is turned on end when her uncle Adam returns home for the first time in over ten years. Hattie has never met him, never known about him. He's been institutionalized; his condition invovles schizophrenia and autism. Hattie, a shy girl who prefers the company of adults, takes immediately to her excitable uncle, even when the rest of the family -- her parents and grandparents -- have trouble dealing with his intense way of seeing the world. And Adam, too, sees that Hattie is special, that her quiet, shy ways are not a disability,
What may seem to be a romance is not at all what this novel is actually about. This fictional book contains a little of everything, not so much for just the females any longer, Romance, mystery, comedy, deceit, adventure as this small framed woman becomes the night mare for this all American famous Bounty/PI who was first assigned to her case with twists and turns enough to make you sit on the edge of the seat wanting, needing to know whats next in this triangle of love/hate. Oh yes there are plenty of women who are known as Man eaters but this small town girl comes packing ready for each and every battle this handsome egotistical man brings, is she the victim or does she have something else in mind through out the series of this roller coaster ride of adventure that never seems to end. Susies journey down the road of heaven and hell continues finding Roberts brother Paul has a twin brother adding further turmoil and harm to this already hell filled life others thought to be a life of leisure. A few times Susie almost calls it quits but something was guiding her to find the truth that is not yet revealed, actually causing her to feel it was more of a duty to find the truth rather than just wanting this relationship to work. A true friend comes into the picture in this second novel of the Murray series helping provide strength but also provides the means to turn the mind games around during this journey of unjust circumstances. Can this friend be called an angel or is he just in it for the hell of it?
What starts out as a one-night stand ends up changing two men forever. Joaquin Almodovar has been disowned by his family and shot by a mad man. To say that he's had a few bad months would be an understatement. When he finds out he can't be the vaquero he's always been due to the extent of his injuries, Joaquin is even more lost than ever. He might be the best-lookin' man at the Mossy Glenn, according to Hector and the others, but that doesn't make Joaquin a man at all. Not when he can't cowboy up like he used to. Learning that there's more to him than the job he's always loved isn't easy, and Joaquin's not a hundred percent certain he's up to the task. In fact, he's lost so much faith in himself that he doesn't know what or who to believe in anymore. Time heals all wounds, the saying goes, but it sure doesn't seem to be doing much to heal Joaquin. It'll take the help of a man he shouldn't trust to learn that there's more to himself than how well he sits a saddle, and how good he is with a rope.