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Baby At The Table
Baby At The Table Michela Chiappa, Emanuela Chiappa
In Baby at the Table, mother-of-two Michela Chiappa offers practical, healthy solutions for the busy parent. Using minimal ingredients, taking minimal time and making minimal mess, Michela creates inexpensive and nutritious meals for all the family. From no-cook purees to picky eater treats and five minute meals, this book is ideal for parents with babies starting on solids, tricky toddlers and anyone working towards that (often elusive) evening meal which can be enjoyed by the whole family.
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How To Raise An Amazing Child The Montessori Way, 2nd Edition
How To Raise An Amazing Child The Montessori Way, 2nd Edition DK, Tim Seldin
Build creativity, independence, and confidence the Montessori way
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The Worry Website
The Worry Website Jacqueline Wilson, Nick Sharratt
A unique collection of linked short stories by one of Britain's most popular and bestselling author. Contains a brilliant story by a 12 year-old competition winner. Now with a brand new introduction and cover look.
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End of the Alphabet
End of the Alphabet Fleur Beale
Having a dream and aiming for it . . . a gentle coming-of-age novel for girls by much-loved YA novelist Fleur Beale.
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The Transformation of Minna Hargreaves
The Transformation of Minna Hargreaves Fleur Beale
Can you put your broken-apart family back together again? Powerful YA novel by an award-winning author.
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Home Boys
Home Boys Bernard Beckett
The powerful young adult novel about two boys forced to leave London after the Second World War, and who take off on the run.
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A Parent's Guide to Crystals
A Parent's Guide to Crystals The Group of 5, Maggie Smith
Illustrated by lively full-color photographs throughout, A Parent's Guide to Crystals addresses the diverse physical and emotional spiritual needs of children during major developmental stages and events.
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The Dangerous Art of Blending In
The Dangerous Art of Blending In Angelo Surmelis
Especially poignant for teens facing the challenge of their emerging sexuality and self, this is also a brave, heartfelt and uplifting text for any person, young or old, combatting prejudice against same-sex relationships. This story also addresses domestic abuse - of parent to child - and the challenge of culture/religious clashes in society.
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How to Grow a Baby Journal
How to Grow a Baby Journal Clemmie Hooper
Following on from the success of her first book, midwife, mum of four and huge social influencer, provides mums-to-be with a beautiful and modern pregnancy journal - a perfect gift book, there is nothing elselike this on the market.
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The Puffin Book Of Ghosts And Ghouls
The Puffin Book Of Ghosts And Ghouls Gene Kemp
A chilling collection of 14 ghostly stories with a glow-in-the-dark cover!
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Have You Eaten Grandma?
Have You Eaten Grandma? Gyles Brandreth
A hilarious lament on the misuse of English grammar from the self-proclaimed punctuation perfectionist Gyles Brandreth.
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What It Takes
What It Takes Raegan Moya-Jones
An inspiring tale of entrepreneurship revealing how to transform obstacles into opportunities.
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Yoga For Kids
Yoga For Kids DK
Over 50 activities to help kids practise mindfulness, meditation, and yoga.
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One Tree
One Tree Christopher Cheng, Bruce Whatley
A touching and uplifting story about love, change and the importance of the natural environment in all our lives.
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The Tickle Fingers Kids’ Cookbook
The Tickle Fingers Kids’ Cookbook Annabel Woolmer
Following on from the success of The Tickle Fingers Toddler Cookbook, this fills a gap in the market for 4-7s.
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A Swirl of Ocean
A Swirl of Ocean Melissa Sarno
A touching, timeless novel--perfect for fans of Lisa Graff and Lauren Wolk--about a girl who discovers that the ocean is holding secrets she never could have imagined.
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