"Babies smile, babies cry, babies yawn--all the wonderful expressions on babies' faces are captured in this big, colorful board book. Little ones love photos of other children, and they can use the sturdy tabs on the side of this book to turn to a favorite picture again and again."
This has been a favorite book of both my toddlers, one they go back to again and again. Great photos of other babies.
A wonderful, inspiring story of stranded travelers on Christmas Eve who decide to make the best of unexpected circumstances. A recent widow, a serviceman on his way home to propose marriage, a set of brand new parents, and an assortment of other characters contribute to this heart-lifting story. It made me cry and put a smile on my face all at once. And it put me in the Christmas spirit!
Fun, amusing, and romantic with a cast of likeable characters! The heroine is a not-so-skinny young widow who accepts the challenge to participate in a reality show-- A Month in the Life of a Victorian Duke--where she plays the duke's wife. Problem is, she's starting to fall for the duke for real....
Here's a book chock-full of practical advice about your life at home with your family. Howard Hendricks writes in everyday language about problems that plague all families...about solutions that can be yours. Drawing from Family Life conferences they have presented to audiences from coast to coast, this bestseller covers topics such as:
The Christian Home
Roles and Relationships
From inside cover: In 1847 Edward Dickinson's daughter Emily was seventeen, a student at Mary Lyon's Female Seminary (now Mount Holyoke College) in South Hadley, Massachusetts. Thrilled by the challenges of her education, yet repressed by the school atmosphere, she began writing letters home and to the friends she felt lonely for--passionate letters that reveled in bubbling and irreverent mischief and declared the affectionate intensity of the budding poet. Later, after he death at the age of fifty-five, friends and relatives exchanged misunderstandings of the woman they had known--and of the poetic treasure they had no sure way of evaluating.
Out of these sixty-six imagined letters, Judith Farr, herself a poet and Dickison scholar, has created a brilliant novel, which, written in the language of Emily Dickinson's contemporaries, lays out the entire emotional spectrum of her life.