Sleepovers

Author: Jacqueline Wilson

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 1407043366

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 112

View: 4891

Amy, Bella, Chloe, Daisy and Emily are friends at school and have their own Alphabet Club (just look at their initials!). Daisy is the newest member and is desperate to fit in, even though Chloe is very unfriendly to her at times. When the girls begin planning sleepover parties for their birthdays, Daisy is dreading her own - she doesn't know what her friends will make of her rather special older sister . . .

Cool Cuisine for Super Sleepovers

Easy Recipes for Kids to Cook

Author: Lisa Wagner

Publisher: ABDO Publishing Company

ISBN: 1617846244

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

View: 8060

This book contains delicious and nutritious recipes perfect for sleepovers. The recipes include caramel corn, dips, sloppy Joes, chili, punch, ice cream and cookies pie, hot fudge, and bagel faces. Also included in this title are full-color photos of tools and ingredients, explanations of common cooking terms, step-by-step instructions, tips and variations, a glossary and an index.

Sleepovers, Solos, and Sheet Music #3

Author: Michelle Schusterman,Genevieve Kote

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 0698171829

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 208

View: 1455

Former middle-school band director Michelle Schusterman continues to celebrate the high notes and low notes of middle-school band! The band is off to New Orleans for a competition as well as a bit of sightseeing. But there is all sorts of boy treble in the band this spring. Julia has her first boyfriend, so Holly will have to keep focused to help her friends through their drama AND make sure the New Orleans trip is a trip to remember.

Scary Stories for Sleepovers

Author: Ron Edwards,Carroll B. Colby,John Macklin,Sharon McCoy,Arthur Myers,Sheryl Scarborough,Margaret Rau

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.

ISBN: 9781402721823

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 96

View: 9604

Presents more than thirty stories about such scary topics as ghosts, demons, haunted houses, and zombies.

Letting Go with Love and Confidence

Raising Responsible, Resilient, Self-Sufficient Teens in the 21st Century

Author: Kenneth Ginsburg M.D.,Susan FitzGerald

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101517336

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 368

View: 1729

A parenting guide to adolescence - a sensible and considerate resource for navigating your teen to adulthood, transforming a traditional time of strife into an opportunity for positive growth for both you and your child. For parents, nurturing their teens to become healthy, well-adjusted adults seems more challenging now than ever before. There are many pressures for kids to grow up faster than they should. Here, renowned adolescent medicine specialist Kenneth Ginsburg, M.D., and award-winning journalist Susan FitzGerald offer parents a practical, thoughtful strategy for guiding children through all the turning points on the way to adulthood - the "whens" and "hows" of adolescence. Letting Go with Live and Confidence helps parents achieve five goals: Manage Their Own Emotions. Many parents are conflicted about their teens growing up. The desire to keep things the way they've always been may get in the way of wise parental decisions. This book addresses the emotional turmoil that surrounds letting go, and urges parents to care for themselves, so they can better care for their children. Reduce Conflict Around the Whens. It's the everyday "When can I?" questions that trigger many struggles. Parents will learn to turn potential sources of conflict into opportunities for growth as they consider 18 scenarios, including When is my child ready to stay home alone? Get a cell phone? Manage money? Date? Drive? Minimize Anxiety Over the Hows. Certain subjects are tough to talk about and the stakes in these conversations are high. How in the world do you talk about sex? Drugs? Peer pressure? Parents will learn how to approach critical topics with honesty and clarity, increasing the chances that they'll actually be heard. Gain Confidence To Make the Right Decisions. Parents reading this book will be better prepared to make decisions because they'll have a strategy to apply to each situation and gain new insight into their child's developmental needs. Understand That Nurturing Independence Is An Act of Love. The ultimate goal of parenting is to produce a well-adjusted adult. When teens understand that their parents support their independence, they're less likely to rebel. As importantly, when independence is not a battle, families can move toward lifelong interdependence. Letting Go with Live and Confidence is filled with the latest findings on successful parenting and is infused with Dr. Ginsburg's expert advice on how to build resilience in teens. This comprehensive volume also contains stories from real parents from diverse backgrounds who have faced the challenges of raising teens. Empowering and groundbreaking, this book is a one-stop resource to parenting teens in the twenty-first century.

My First Sleepover

Author: Charlotte Guillain

Publisher: Raintree

ISBN: 1406223387

Category: Sleepovers

Page: 24

View: 2098

This series looks at some of the life events that young children may be nervous about experiencing for the first time. The books look at the reasons for the event, what happens, and explore some of the emotions or fears children might have surrounding it.

Having a Sleepover

Author: Harold T. Rober

Publisher: LernerClassroom

ISBN: 1512429287

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 24

View: 1567

Pack your pajamas and sleeping bag, and get ready to learn all about sleepovers. This carefully leveled text includes full-color photos, critical thinking questions, and a photo glossary to guide readers through the basics and prepare them for their first sleepover. This fun topic is a great introduction to nonfiction for early readers.

Katie's Spooky Sleepover

Author: Fran Manushkin

Publisher: Capstone

ISBN: 147959640X

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 32

View: 8964

Katie's friends have come for a sleepover, and telling a scary story seems like a good idea--until she has a dream about a monster under her bed, and she wakes up to find her lucky kimono missing.

Parenting

Author: Kathy Walker

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 0857965131

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 272

View: 1912

Does your child have trouble settling at bedtime? Refuse to sit at the table for meals? Ignore you or argue when you say it's time to turn off the TV? Expert parenting and educational consultant Kathy Walker recognises that being a parent is one of the most rewarding jobs you will ever do but that it isn't always easy. In this book she shows you how to create a calmer, more nurturing home environment for you and your children, and gives you her top strategies for managing challenging behaviour. She helps you to understand your parenting style, and the reasons behind your child's behaviour, and gives insightful tips on: setting up and maintaining routines, promoting self-esteem and resilience & communicating with your child Using case studies and concrete examples, Kathy offers advice on handling everyday family situations such as constant fighting between siblings and hassling for the latest gadgets / a new pet/ more pocket money, as well as challenges related to school, friendships and separated or blended families. Down-to-earth and reassuring, this is themust-have guidebook for all Australian parents of preschool and school-age children.

I Am Jennie

Author: Jennie Ketcham

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1451644787

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 352

View: 1612

Drunk and high, holed up in a hotel room with a beautiful blonde she barely knew, Jennie Ketcham was thirty-six hours away from entering rehab. Her on-camera alter ego, Penny Flame, was a rising star. Her personal life, however, had been getting worse for years and finally hit an all-time low. Guys are gonna want one thing from you. To Jennie’s young ears, her father’s advice meant one thing: You can use your sexuality to control men. Life was imploding around her: her parents’ divorce, their spiraling addictions, her deteriorating relationships with them. She lost her virginity at thirteen and began a game of initiating boys her age into manhood. For the fleeting moments she spent in bed with them, she got to be the center of attention. Eventually, Jennie found porn—that enticing world of immediate gratification, endless drugs, and seemingly endless money—and became Penny Flame. Divorced from her feelings, tempted into a lifestyle she couldn’t afford, financially or emotionally, she entered Sex Rehab with Dr. Drew to boost her career. But when Dr. Drew and his staff insisted she go by her real name, the once indestructible walls she had built around herself began to burn down. Two stories make up this direct and disarming memoir: that of a troubled girl desperately fleeing intimacy and herself, and that of a woman courageously breaking down emotional barriers to build a new life. Many will recognize Jennie’s struggles: confusing sex with self-worth, addiction with love, detachment with strength. Ultimately, I Am Jennie is a tale of a woman who considers herself a work in progress but who finally understands that the only person she can truly afford to be is herself. *** I had never allowed myself to wonder why i ran from people, from connection, from what Dr. Drew was labeling as intimacy. I had never questioned why I habitually hurt the men I dated, or the people in my family. I had never thought: Jennie, why are you doing this? In the past, I had simply acted, and then moved forward. If I felt like crying, I shut the emotions down. This quality made me a good porn star. But it suddenly didn’t seem like a great way to live. “It’s a wall,” I whispered. “What do you think is behind that wall?” Dr. Drew said. He looked directly in my eyes. The thought of something existing behind this impenetrable wall was horrifying, exhausting. I grabbed a Kleenex, thinking if I could make the perfect triangle, I could dab my inner eyes without disrupting the glue that held my fake eyelashes in place. “Hopefully, a caring, sensitive person who can have meaningful relationships,” I said.

Parenting is Child's Play: The Teenage Years

The Teenage Years

Author: David Coleman

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 0141962046

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 256

View: 2770

The popular RTÉ series Teens in the Wild showed David Coleman doing what he does best: taking families who were locked in conflict and turning things around. It wasn't always easy, but the results were dramatic, moving and inspiring. The key to a successful journey through adolescence centres on the recognition that parenting styles have to develop and progress through this period. In Parenting is Child's Play: The Teenage Years, David Coleman explains why adolescence gets such a bad press and, reassuringly, why parents don't have to dread it. Even if affection, respect and cooperation seem to be replaced by contempt, rejection and recalcitrance, there is an explanation for these changes and they don't have to cause irreparable damage. Parenting is Child's Play: The Teenage Years provides key information about what is going on with your child, and is brimming with helpful advice and down-to-earth strategies. For parents supporting their children on one of the most important journeys they'll ever undertake - the journey from childhood to adulthood - it is essential reading.

Nights Away

An Adult's Guide to Camping, Holidays, Expeditions and Sleepovers

Author: Scout Association,Scout Association Staff

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780851653242

Category:

Page: 240

View: 4251


Lola Rose

Author: Jacqueline Wilson

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783789151170

Category:

Page: 287

View: 2891