My Princess Boy
Author: Cheryl Kilodavis
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Dyson loves pink, sparkly things. Sometimes he wears dresses. Sometimes he wears jeans. He likes to wear his princess tiara, even when climbing trees. He's a Princess Boy. Inspired by the author's son, and by her own initial struggles to understand, this is a heart-warming book about unconditional love and one remarkable family. It is also a call for tolerance and an end to bullying and judgments. The world is a brighter place when we accept everyone for who they are.
Jacob's New Dress
Author: Sarah Hoffman, Ian Hoffman
Publisher: Albert Whitman and Company
Jacob loves playing dress-up, when he can be anything he wants to be. Some kids at school say he can't wear "girl" clothes, but Jacob wants to wear a dress to school. Can he convince his parents to let him wear what he wants? This heartwarming story speaks to the unique challenges faced by boys who don't identify with traditional gender roles.
Author: Christa Terry
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
A guide to planning a wedding using Internet resources reveals how to save money and ease the process of every detail, in a reference for busy couples that covers a full range of needs from finding a venue and securing service providers to obtaining bridal gear and selecting floral arrangements. Original.
Although motherhood is a timeless calling, today's moms have unique challenges and rewards. In this book you'll learn from other mothers and seasoned grandmothers who share the universal worries, the tears and the laughs that come with the job, as well as the wisdom to help you be the very best mom you can be.
Mean Moms Rule
Author: Denise Schipani
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
Denise Schipani shares her secret to being a 'Mean Mom,' and why it's better for your kids–and for you–in the long run." —Jen Singer, author You're a Good Mom (and Your Kids Aren't So Bad Either) "'Mean' moms make kids learn to do things for themselves from making breakfast to finding inner peace. I'm hoping I'm a little meaner myself after reading this book." —Lenore Skenazy, founder of the book and blog Free–Range Kids "I've chosen to be the kind of mother I feel is best, and that kind of mother is mean." MEAN MOMS SAY NO. MEAN MOMS ARE CONSISTENT. MEAN MOMS TRUST THEMSELVES. MEAN MOMS DON'T CARE WHAT EVERYONE ELSE IS DOING. MEAN MOMS TEACH KIDS THE LIFE SKILLS THEY NEED TO KNOW. MEAN MOMS SLOW IT DOWN. MEAN MOMS FAIL THEIR KIDS A LITTLE BIT EVERY DAY. And mean moms prepare their kids for the world, not the world for their kids, raising children into adults who know how to make themselves happy. Mean Moms Rule. And their kids benefit Denise Schipani writes about all things mean and motherly at www.confessionsofameanmommy.com
Mom, you are in a war for the lives of your children. The enemy is real and deceptive, and his weapons are varied. If your children are going to become the men and women that you want them to be, you must take this battle seriously and prepare to fight. Battle-Ready Moms Raising Battle-Ready Kids equips mothers with the weapons they need to fight for the spiritual survival of their children. You'll learn [Why your role as mom is critically important to the well-being of your children [How to encourage good choices through connection, not rules alone [How to build character and nurture individuality [How to guide both girls and boys from infancy to young adulthood Using Bible-based wisdom and experience-based advice, Reba Bowman challenges you to become the best mom you can be-because the destiny of your children depends on it. Reba Bowman is a speaker, author and the founder of Dare for More Ministries. After years as a coach, professor and dean of women, she now ministers to women of all ages challenging them to dare for more in their relationships and in their walk with God.
Presents guidelines and advice for planning and implementing a proper and efficient wedding, focusing on practical logistics and tricky situations including ceremony protocol, reception mangement, and financial responsibilities.
Morris is a little boy who loves using his imagination. He dreams about having space adventures, paints beautiful pictures and sings the loudest during circle time. But most of all, Morris loves his classroom’s dress-up center — he loves wearing the tangerine dress. But the children in Morris’s class don’t understand. Dresses, they say, are for girls. And Morris certainly isn’t welcome in the spaceship some of his classmates are building. Astronauts, they say, don’t wear dresses. One day when Morris feels all alone, and sick from the taunts of his classmates, his mother lets him stay home from school. Morris reads about elephants, and puts together a puzzle, and dreams of a fantastic space adventure with his cat, Moo. Inspired by his dream, Morris paints the incredible scene he saw, and brings it with him to school. He builds his own spaceship, hangs his painting on the front of it and takes two of his classmates on an outer space adventure. With warm, dreamy illustrations Isabelle Malenfant perfectly captures Morris’s vulnerability and the vibrancy of his imagination. This is a sweetly told story about the courage and creativity it takes to be different.
You can make the most of motherhood with this resourceful book. It's jam-packed with 500 ideas gathered from more than 80 mothers just like you: mothers of preschoolers, high schoolers, and every age in between. Mothers with one child. Mothers with a houseful of children. Mothers with adopted children. But most of all, mothers with a great desire to raise godly kids-and have fun at it too! You'll get fantastic suggestions for fulfilling the all-important role God has given you, including: throwing a great birthday party handling doctor's visits planning alone time & getaways disciplining practicing hospitality babysitting successfully surviving car trips dealing with toddlers teaching music lessons menu planning & grocery shopping keeping your marriage alive spiritual nurturing … and so much more in nearly 40 categories. Here is everything you need to provide a safe, nurturing environment for your family-and to make your home a wonderful place to be.
What Moms Are Made of
Author: Ruth Austin
Publisher: Compendium Publishing & Communications
Its not one quality or single event that makes her the mom that she is. From her comfort and care to her hugs and strength, Mom is made of so many wonderful things. This sweet and elegant book celebrates the fleeting moments, small joys, and big triumphs Mom is present for, gives thanks for the beauty she shares just by being who she is, and honors all that she does and gives every day.
Moms Saving Money
Author: Ann Fox Chodakowski, Ann Fox, Susan Fox, Susan Fox Wood
Publisher: Harvest House Pub
The Tightwad Twins, two sisters who have become popular speakers on household economy, offer a collection of their proven techniques and ideas for saving money, presented in a warmly humorous and down-to-earth style. Original.
Chicken Soup for the Soul: A Tribute to Moms will help you show your thankfulness to the many moms in your life, be it your mother, stepmom, mother-in-law, or even your best girlfriend who is a mother. It's your chance to tell them how much they mean to you and how much you care.
- This is the third book in Bridal Guide's wedding series. How to Plan the Perfect Wedding...Without Going Broke! was published in 1/03 and has gone back to press three times. How to Choose the Perfect Wedding Gown was published in 2/04. - There are over 2.5 million weddings per year in the US, and women everywhere need advice on wedding traditions. This guide answers all the customary etiquette questions and also tackles the thornier, more modern problems today's bride faces. - Bridal Guide is the #1 bridal magazine for female readers 18-34. Editor in Chief Diane Forden is highly promotable, and has appeared on Good Morning America, the Today shows, and E! Style, among others. The magazine is committed to in-magazine advertising and bridal market promotions, including launch parties, tie-ins with advertisers, contests, and bridal fashion shows.
Millionaire Ghetto Moms
Author: Ukela A. Moore, George Darden
The recently "cleaned up" General Oaks Housing Projects still has an undersurface of drugs, prostitutes, pushers and violence. But it's the only home that bi-racial teen mom, Chrysta Perry, knows. At nineteen, she lives with her stern grandmother, Ms. Jane and has three interests, men, money and "doing hair." Church is no longer in the picture for neighbor, Janice Rivers, a twenty-eight year old ex- soloist and mother of two. The reclusive Janice moved into General Oaks following several beatings, handed out by her husband. Finally, Kimberly Mayes has just moved in around the corner. At twenty-three, she has always been headstrong and ambitious; now she finds herself newly widowed and raising three children under the age of five alone. Each of these three women has big dreams and knows that they will never be realized with their current paychecks. After a chance meeting brings them together, they form an unbreakable bond and become Millionaire Ghetto Moms.
Moms Favorite Recipes
Author: Gooseberry Patch
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
All-American favorites, straight from Mom's kitchen...you'll love this collection of irresistible recipes from our Mom's Favorite Recipes cookbook! Try delicious, hearty dishes like seashell salad, cheesy corn chowder, flaky chicken pot pie, skillet supper and apple bread pudding, or check out our chapter filled with canning recipes for jellies, jams, pickles, preserves and more! We've sprinkled creative tips and ideas throughout for turning flea-market finds into treasures plus we've included a chapter of fun-filled crafts.