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  • The Freelance Mum by Annie Ridout
    The Freelance Mum (English, Paperback) Annie Ridout

    More time with your kids, making the money you know you're worth and a better work/life balance. No wonder more women than ever are choosing to be become freelance mums.

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  • The Business of Maternity Care by Denise Tiran
    The Business of Maternity Care (English, Paperback) Denise Tiran

    This is a guide for midwives and doulas who want to set up a private maternity-related business. Included is advice on business issues such as marketing and pricing, and debate around the professional, legal and ethical issues. There are also activities and exercises to help the reader set up their business, as well as case studies throughout.

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  • The Gestational Diabetes Cookbook by Sara Monk Rivera
    The Gestational Diabetes Cookbook (English, Paperback) Sara Monk Rivera

    A go-to collection of easy and tasty recipes specifically-designed to manage blood sugar, maintain a nutritionally complete diet, AND keep mom and baby healthy...

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  • The Sober Diaries by Clare Pooley
    The Sober Diaries (English, Paperback) Clare Pooley

    A bravely honest and brilliantly comic account of how one mother gave up drinking and started living this is Bridget Jones Dries Out

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  • A Dad's Guide to Having a Baby by Dominic Bliss
    A Dad's Guide to Having a Baby (English, Hardback) Dominic Bliss

    Written from a dad's perspective, here's everything a man should know about pregnancy and taking care of your new arrival.

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  • International Surrogacy as Disruptive Industry in Southeast Asia by Andrea Whittaker
    International Surrogacy as Disruptive Industry in Southeast Asia (English, Paperback) Andrea Whittaker

    Traces the development of the "disruptive" surrogacy industry and its movement across Southeast Asia following a sequence of governmental bans in India, Nepal, Thailand, and Cambodia.

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  • Can I Tell You About Being a Young Carer? by Jo Aldridge
    Can I Tell You About Being a Young Carer? (English, Paperback) Jo Aldridge, Jack Aldridge Aldridge Deacon

    This illustrated book is an introduction to life as a young carer. Follow Carly as we learn what responsibilities she has in the home, why she cares for her mum, her worries and concerns, as well as all the positive aspects of being a carer. Carly's story raises awareness about the needs of young carers for children, families and professionals.

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  • Baby Record Book by Genine Delahaye
    Baby Record Book (English, Hardback) Genine Delahaye

    Capture every magical moment of your baby's first year in this beautifully illustrated record book. With plenty of helpful prompts and space for photographs, and a handy envelope for holding special keepsakes, this adorable book is just waiting to be filled with precious memories of you and your baby.

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  • Choose Greatness by Gary Chapman
    Choose Greatness (English, Paperback) Gary Chapman, Clarence Shuler

    Why do some teens thrive as adults while others struggle? What makes the difference? Gary Chapman, the New York Times #1 bestselling author of The 5 Love Languages®, and Clarence Shuler met when Clarence was still a teen. Gary mentored Clarence helping him make wise decisions during his tumultuous teen years. Today, the two are close friends and both lead powerful ministries that help people all around the world live better, more godly lives. Clarence saw the importance of someone coming alongside when he needed to make difficult but wise decisions. That's why, in Choose Greatness, they look at 11 important choices every young man faces, and talk through how he can choose wisely. Full of rich wisdom, down-to-earth writing, and compassionate insight, this book is perfect for a teen to read on their own or (even better) with a mentoring adult. Help the teens in your life choose greatness today.

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  • Sicker, Fatter, Poorer by Leonardo Trasande
    Sicker, Fatter, Poorer (English, Hardback) Leonardo Trasande

    A leading voice in public health policy and top environmental medicine scientist reveals the alarming truth about how hormone-disrupting chemicals are affecting our daily lives?and what we can do to protect ourselves and fight back. 

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  • The Deepest Well by Nadine Burke Harris
    The Deepest Well (English, Paperback) Nadine Burke Harris

    A pioneering physician reveals how childhood stress leads to lifelong health problems, and what we can do to break the cycle.

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  • Broccoli Boot Camp by Keith E Williams
    Broccoli Boot Camp (English, Paperback) Keith E Williams, Laura Seiverling

    Broccoli Boot Camp is a comprehensive guide for parents of children who are selective or ?picky? eaters, and can be used with children with or without special needs (e.g, autism or Down syndrome). It presents commonsense behavioral interventions to successfully expand children's diet variety and preferences for healthy foods. The book starts with the simple premise that when children are...

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  • Who Stole My Child? by Carl Pickhardt
    Who Stole My Child? (English, Paperback) Carl Pickhardt

    Expert guidance for parents on growing up their kids

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  • What to Do about Dyslexia by Richard Selznick
    What to Do about Dyslexia (English, Paperback) Richard Selznick

    Offering readers honest advice, in this new book Dr. Selznick uses plain language to make dyslexia understandable and cut through confusion. It's like chatting with a knowledgeable relative or friend who's concerned about your child. Dr. Selznick offers hope grounded in reality?no sugar-coating the issues. His 25 essential points include the definition and characteristics of dyslexia, how dyslexia is assessed, how to approach remediation, and tips for conquering the most common learning disability.

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  • 13 Things Mentally Strong Women Don't Do by Amy Morin
    13 Things Mentally Strong Women Don't Do (English, Hardback) Amy Morin

    In the time of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movement, international bestselling author and leading global expert on mental strength Amy Morin turns her focus to feminism, explaining what it means?and what it takes?to be a mentally strong woman.The emergence of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements have awakened society and encouraged women to find their voice and claim their power. But to do this, women...

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  • Would I Have Sexted Back in the 80s? by Allison Ochs
    Would I Have Sexted Back in the 80s? (English, Paperback) Allison Ochs

    Since smartphones have made their debut, a clear sense of frustration can be felt by parents around the globe. Be it social media, bullying, porn, gaming, tv-series or sexting; parents are overwhelmed or insecure as they struggle to keep up with the yet newest app.Drawing on stories from her past, Allison Ochs reminds us of what it was like to be a teen. She makes you smile while making fun of her...

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  • Energy Vampires by Tony Sayers
    Energy Vampires (Paperback) Tony Sayers $16.19
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  • The Black Knight, Hardcover by Clifford Worthy
    The Black Knight, Hardcover (English, Hardback) Clifford Worthy $40.31
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  • The Duties of Parents by John Charles Ryle
    The Duties of Parents (English, Paperback) John Charles Ryle $11.29
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