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The Mum Who Roared

The Mum Who Roared

A Complete Aiz Guide to Loving Yourf Mind, Body and Attitude After Baby

  • Author: Christie Nicholas
  • Publisher: ReadHowYouWant
  • ISBN: 9781459624092
  • Category: Family & Relationships
  • Page: 400
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The Mum Who Roared is your starting point to having a greater love and respect for your mind, body and attitude. It's a friendly, real and practical guide to adjusting to your role as a mother, while still holding onto your identity and everything that once made you you. It is not a parenting guide. Instead, this motivating resource provides simple and effective tips so that you can genuinely enjoy this next chapter in your life, feel in control, and stay in touch with your core needs and values. Whether you are a new mum or simply a mum looking for some inspiration, The Mum Who Roared provides ideas that can be implemented into real lifestyles immediately and that are relevant for life, not just the early days of motherhood ? ideas that will make life easier and make you feel more motivated, passionate, fulfilled and balanced. The Mum Who Roared recognises that you are a woman, not just a mum. So by following some of the suggestions, reading other real-life accounts and survival tips, and using the practical pull-out goal cards, you can continue your journey as a happy, healthy, balanced woman, who is also a mum ... A mum who roared!

A Little More Time

A Little More Time

  • Author: N.A
  • Publisher: Don Hale
  • ISBN: 1465859926
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The Mouth that Roared

The Mouth that Roared

  • Author: Les Twentyman
  • Publisher: Wild Dingo Press
  • ISBN: 0987381377
  • Category: BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY
  • Page: 256
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Award-winning writer, Robert Hillman, has collaborated with one of Australia’s best-known youth outreach workers and social campaigners, to bring his story to the public in that wonderful storytelling style that Robert and Les share. Raised in Braybrook in Melbourne’s Western suburbs, Les has devoted his life to young people doing it tough both in Melbourne’s west and more recently in western Sydney, setting up crucial programs, services and resources to assist youth at risk. His is a success story on many fronts: attracting a dedicated and passionate team who work directly with the young people to bring about individual change; and building a huge public profile to support his work. His personal contact list would be the envy of prime ministers: from politicians to prominent business people to police command to sports champions and CEOs of major sporting codes, to the governor general. In this memoir, Robert goes behind the public knowledge to find out what makes Les tick, where he came from, who and what made him Australia’s number one advocate for our most vulnerable young people. And what of his private life, if he has one at all? Take a journey with one of Australia’s living treasures to the ugliest side of life and to the best.

More Than a Mum

More Than a Mum

  • Author: Charlene Allcott
  • Publisher: Random House
  • ISBN: 1473560322
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 368
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Mother: a woman considered in relation to her child or children. Wife: a woman considered in relation to her spouse. Shouldn’t there be more? Alison has built her life around her family. Every day she packs lunches, rushes to work, and breaks up her daughter’s squabbles. She’s bored, restless and hungry for some excitement. Perhaps the charismatic Frank could be what she’s missing. But is Frank all he makes out to be? And what if a new, glamorous life isn’t quite what she needs? Praise for Charlene Allcott: 'One of the freshest, funniest, most exciting new voices I've read for a long time.' Jane Fallon 'Fresh and funny and REAL...' Veronica Henry 'Very funny and delightfully relatable - this was a real treat.' Trisha Ashley

Who Says Love Doesn't Bite?

Who Says Love Doesn't Bite?

  • Author: Morgan Key
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • ISBN: 1479705713
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 118
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I was too busy thinking about the new guy. I didn't notice the fact that the door closest to me was open until I walked into it. Rubbing the red mark on my forehead I peered around the solid oak door. It was then that I noticed the person standing on the front porch. I went bright pink, realising that he had just seen me walk into a door. The new guy was standing on our front porch, his arms crossed at his chest, a faint smile tugging at the corner of his mouth. Way to go Alina. Alina Dimir comes from a long line of Vampires. Her family moved from Romania ten years ago, and since then she's had to deal with her fifteen older and somewhat annoying siblings, not to mention all the rumours about her family that have been floating around school. Her everyday routine is broken by the arrival of the mysterious new guy at school, Lupul Daciana. Alina can't stop thinking about him or his blonde tipped, messy black hair, and, let's be honest, his lips. So when she's forbidden to befriend him, Alina is torn. Does she follow her Coven's laws and stay away from him? Or does she let herself give into her emotions? Is it fate or just a coincidence that Lupul once lived in Romania too? Is it possible for Alina and Lupul to bypass her family's laws and have a future together, or is it doomed from the beginning?

Keeping Secrets

Keeping Secrets

  • Author: Sue Gee
  • Publisher: Pan Macmillan
  • ISBN: 1447234359
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 336
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Keeping Secrets is the absorbing story of two very different sisters: of their complex relationships with each other, with the men they love, and with their children. Hilda is clever, purposeful, self contained, a woman whose ordered life is focused on her teaching career, who lives alone and who, until she meets Stephen, a married man, has successfully kept emotion at a distance. In contrast, her younger sister Alice is someone whose feelings have always threatened to overwhelm her. She has always felt in Hilda’s shadow, and her uncertainty and insecurity have receded only with the love of her husband, Tony, and the birth of her children. When she discovers that Hilda has decided to have Stephen’s child she feels her territory is being invaded, and all her anxieties resurface. But as the birth of her baby draws near, Hilda’s own problems emerge. She comes to realise that there are limits to her self-sufficiency, and that her relationship with Stephen is not as perfect as she had though. Meanwhile, Stephen’s wife Miriam, physically and emotionally isolated at their house in Norfolk, has kept her own secrets, and made her own discoveries. As the hot summer wears on, the lives of all three women come to a turning point, with a climax which none of them has envisaged. From the author of Spring Will Be Ours, this poignant novel explores the dilemma of the single woman who longs to have a child, and finds no easy solutions.

When Panthers Roared

When Panthers Roared

The Fort Worth Cats and Minor League Baseball

  • Author: Jeff Guinn,Bobby Bragan
  • Publisher: TCU Press
  • ISBN: 9780875652054
  • Category: Sports & Recreation
  • Page: 134
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"From 1889 to 1964, the Fort Worth Panthers - unofficially nicknamed the "Cats" - represented the essence of baseball in America. The Texas League franchise was dissolved, however, when major-league baseball completed its national expansion by placing a team (now the Rangers) in nearby Arlington, Texas, and when televised events threatened the core of minor-league sport."--BOOK JACKET.

The Grandparent Trap

The Grandparent Trap

  • Author: Gayle Ramage
  • Publisher: Gayle Ramage
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 51
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Quality Times and travelling companion, Tim, arrive in present-day England on a very important mission: to pay a long overdue visit to Quality's grandmother, Nessie. But no sooner do they arrive than they learn of several elderly townsfolk have disappeared in recent weeks. Where have they gone? And what do is have to do with a new bus service in the area? Teaming up with a concerned grandchild, and a nosy neighbour, can they uncover the truth before it's too late? Book 2 in the Quality Times series. Series Keywords: Time Travel, scifi, science fiction, adventure, family, kidnap, aliens, spaceships, space,

Social Welfare

Social Welfare

  • Author: Freda Marie (Houlston) Bedi
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Public welfare
  • Page: N.A
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Mice

Mice

  • Author: Gordon Reece
  • Publisher: Pan Macmillan
  • ISBN: 0230757928
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 256
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‘A gripping, flawless novel . . . memorable, atmospheric and chilling’ Sophie Hannah Sixteen year old Shelley and her mother move to Honeysuckle cottage in the middle of the countryside, fleeing their fears and anxieties and hoping to put behind them years of suffering at the hands of others. Shelley has endured terrible bullying from the girls who used to be her best friends, and her mother has been left reeling following a divorce from her selfish, demanding husband. For Shelley and her mother are ‘mice’ – timid, nervous and obliging. And for a while, in their cottage-haven, the women flourish. But one night, their fragile peace is shattered when Shelley wakes to hear a creak on the stairs. Someone has broken into the house . . . In the shocking, chilling events that follow, Shelley’s world is turned on its head, as the women find themselves tested as never before. And as their lives spiral out of control, the tension reaches fever pitch, and Shelley begins to wonder: if she and her mother are not mice after all, then what are they? 'Truly remarkable . . . Mice is a book many will without question be talking about' Daily Express 'A sophisticated psychological thriller . . . gripping' Guardian