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The Baby Sitters Wore Diapers

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Barton and Nancy are supposed to be watching the neighbor's kid, but they're actually competing in the skateboarding contest, so they get the alien clones to do the babysitting.

Popular Series Fiction for K 6 Readers

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Presents librarians and teachers with information on more than 1,200 fiction series for children in kindergarten through sixth grade, providing annotations, a listing of titles, important characters, genre, author biography, grade level, and major themes.

The Baby Sitters Club 89 Kristy and the Dirty Diapers

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The baby-sitters are in double trouble when the sponsor for Kristy's softball team, a diaper company, wants to re-name the team "The Davis Diapers," and overbooking on the business end of things makes the club swear in a new member.

Children s Books in Print 2007

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The Saturday Evening Post

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Nursing Care of the Growing Family

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Collier s

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The Baby Sitting Boss

Author : Cathy East Dubowski
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Although everyone is telling her that she is too young to take the responsibility for baby-sitting, Michelle is sure that she can do the job, until she gets her big chance and loses the baby in the process. Original.

Cognitive behavioral Play Therapy

Author : Susan M. Knell
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Cognitive-Behavioral Play Therapy (CBPT) incorporates cognitive and behavioral interventions within a play therapy paradigm. It provides a theoretical framework based on cognitive-behavioral principles and integrates these in a developmentally sensitive way. Thus, play as well as verbal and nonverbal approaches are used in resolving problems. CBPT differs from nondirective play therapy, which avoids any direct discussion of the child's difficulties. A specific problem-solving approach is utilized, which helps the child develop more adaptive thoughts and behaviors. Cognitive-behavioral therapies are based on the premise that cognitions determine how people feel and act, and that faulty cognitions can contribute to psychological disturbance. Cognitive-behavioral therapies focus on identifying maladaptive thoughts, understanding the assumptions behind the thoughts, and learning to correct or counter the irrational ideas that interfere with healthy functioning. Since their development approximately twenty-five years ago, such therapies have traditionally been used with adults and only more recently with adolescents and children. It has commonly been thought that preschool-age and school-age children are too young to understand or correct distortions in their thinking. However, the recent development of CBPT reveals that cognitive strategies can be used effectively with young children if treatments are adapted in order to be developmentally sensitive and attuned to the child's needs. For example, while the methods of cognitive therapy can be communicated to adults directly, these may need to be conveyed to children indirectly, through play activities. In particular, puppets and stuffedanimals can be very helpful in modeling the use of cognitive strategies such as countering irrational beliefs and making positive self-statements. CBPT is structured and goal oriented and intervention is directive in nature. It incorporates empirically demonstrated cognitive and behavioral techniques and allows for the empirical examination of treatment outcome. This long-awaited volume will be useful to clinicians of every theoretical persuasion in enabling them to formulate fresh approaches for helping their young patients.

Adult Babies Who Are We and What Do We Do

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Being an adult baby can be confusing and difficult at times. This book of thirty essays and articles addresses some of the issues, needs and problems of the ABDL community and is part of the AB Discovery group. They are a wonderful resource and helpful for understanding ABDL life and feelings. Updated July 2020

Shedding the Corporate Bitch

Author : Bernadette Boas
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For twenty-five years she was a corporate bitch, and now has shifted from bitch to rich! “Do you have any idea how hurtful you are to people?” Linda asked. She shook her head and did everything she could to avoid eye contact with me. I looked across the room at Sheila, searching for some validation of what Linda had said. All I could see was her slumped in her chair, sitting silently as Brian talked in her ear. As a young woman, Bernadette Boas was anything but a bitch. Raised by loving, Irish Catholic parents in a Philadelphia suburb in the 1960’s, she was the middle child of twelve--a sassy, precocious girl with big dreams of a big life. At the age of eighteen, Bernadette left home with the love and support of her family and headed South to Boca Raton, Florida, where she began to climb the corporate ladder. There, amidst palm trees and sandy beaches, the sun began to set on her once glowing personality. A driven, ambitious young woman, Bernadette began to emulate the negative, competitive attitudes of her coworkers--men and women--in her quest for success. She gained a reputation for being aggressive, demanding, and brash. Through hard work and perseverance, she attained tremendous success and achievement through managerial and executive positions, but it came with a price. Eventually, she lost her six-figure corporate job and her bitch persona. "Shedding the Corporate Bitch" is one woman’s real-life admission of what it’s like to sell one’s soul in exchange for ambition, greed and power at home and in the workplace. Its one woman’s apology to all the people she hurt over the years in pursuit of those goals. But most importantly, it’s her lessons, tips, and advice for aspiring corporate women who erroneously believe that ‘manning up’ and becoming a bitch in order to achieve career success that is valuable.

Daughters of Gaia

Author : Bella Vivante
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Examines the lives of women across four ancient civilizations (Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece, and Rome) from their personal lives to their participation in the religious, economic, political, and creative spheres.

T E S L Talk

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A Well Worn Path

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Secret Lessons

Author : Don W. Weber
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Chronicles the story of a popular sixth-grade teacher in a Caseyville, Illinois, elementary school, who was accused of sexually abusing numerous young girls

Hide and seek

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Random House Word Menu

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Lists and defines words and terms in over seven hundred subject areas including nature, science and technology, domestic life, arts, language, and institutions

When to Take a Risk

Author : Terry C. Muck
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This book offers a four-step approach to decision making that helps local church leaders become versatile servants of God, translating timeless theological truth into everyday life situations. Using the concepts of risk-taking theory, the author shows how to unravel the confusing diversity of modern church life and approach each situation with wisdom and confidence.

Cities of the World

Author : Margaret Walsh Young
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Kritikon Litterarum

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