• Raising Baby Green: The Earth-Friendly Guide to Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Baby Care

    In this illustrated and easy-to-use guide, noted pediatrician Dr. Alan Greene, a leading voice of the green baby movement, advises parents how to make healthy green choices for pregnancy, childbirth, and baby care—from feeding your baby the best food available to using medicines wisely. Consumer advocate Jeanette Pavini includes information for making smart choices and applying green principles to a whole new universe of products from zero-VOC paints for the nursery, to pure and gentle lotions for baby’s delicate skin, to the eco-friendly diapers now in the marketplace, as well as specific recommendations for hundreds of other products.

  • Better Homes and Gardens New Baby Book: The Complete Guide to Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Baby Care Revised

    The “Better Homes and Gardens New Baby Book” combines old-fashioned wisdom with the latest information on caring for and nurturing one’s child from birth to age three. With advice from the nation’s leading obstetricians, pediatricians, and child-care experts, this indispensable guide also includes practical tips from mothers nationwide.

  • First Year Baby Care (2016): The “Owner’s Manual” You Need for Your Baby’s First Year

    Babies Didn’t Come with Instructions…Until Now! Keep this easy-to-use book handy, so you can get the latest medical advice whenever you need help!It provides up-to-date medical information to guide you through your baby’s first year. It includes the latest information on newborn screening, well-baby checkups, vaccination schedules, and expanded information on nutrition, including how to prevent food allergies and childhood obesity. You’ll find complete information on the daily basics of baby care. For example: bathing, diapering, and breast- or formula-feeding your baby, and baby exercises. Plus, the latest information on these important issues: Breastfeeding for working mothers Car seat and crib safety Childproofing your home Circumcision Day care options Diaper choices Environmental hazards Making homemade baby food Monthly developmental milestones Prebiotics, probiotics, and fatty acids Traveling with your babyThe expanded medical care section covers 40 different emergencies and illnesses. Each topic includes what you need to know, supplies you will need, typical symptoms, what to check, information on when to get professional help, and step-by-step instruction on how to treat at home. Some of the topics covered are: Colic Gastroesophageal reflux Head trauma Infant and child CPR Influenza Seizures Thrush Whooping cough

  • Yobest Baby Playpen, Extra Large Play Yard, Play Pens for Babies and Toddlers with Gate, Indoor Big Playard Kids…

    ENJOY LARGE PLAYING AREA: Indoor playpen for toddlers size is 75x59x27inch/190x150x70cm, the internal size is 72x56x27inch/184x141x70cm, with giant of room for toys, friends, or pets, and ample space to move around, your little one will love his new play area. Note: The product does not contain ocean balls.
    SAFETY ECO-FRIENDLY MATERIAL & NON-SLIP: Fence baby is made of Resistant-duty oxford material & strong fabrics net sidings, BPA free, easy clean, simply hand wash and wipe down with a damp cloth and soap to keep it fresh and sanitary. The non-slip suction cups on the bottom of the panel makes it difficult to tip over and move.
    BREATHABLE MESH & SAFETY LOCK: Playard baby gate sides panels are a visible soft breathable mesh, Interact at any time to give your baby a sense of security and external zipper to prevent baby from running accidentally and falling accidentally.

  • Pocket Book of Hospital Care for Children: Guidelines for the Management of Common Illnesses with Limited Resources

    The second edition of this pocket book is for use by doctors, senior nurses and other senior health workers who are responsible for the care of young children at the first referral level in developing countries. It presents up-to-date clinical guidelines which are based on a review of the available published evidence by subject experts, for both inpatient and outpatient care in small hospitals where basic laboratory facilities and essential drugs and inexpensive medicines are available. In some settings, these guidelines can be used in the larger health centers where a small number of sick children can be admitted for inpatient care.The guidelines are for use in both inpatient and outpatient care in hospitals with basic laboratory facilities and essential medicines. These guidelines focus on the management of the major causes of childhood mortality in most developing countries, such as newborn problems, pneumonia, diarrhoea, malaria, meningitis, septicaemia, measles and related conditions, severe acute malnutrition and paediatric HIV/AIDS. It also covers common procedures, patient monitoring and supportive care on the wards and some common surgical conditions that can be managed in small hospitals.

  • Baby Medical School: Bacteria and Antibiotics: A Human Body Science Book for Kids (Science Gifts for Kids, Nurse Gifts…

    The worldwide bestselling Baby University book series that brought you ABCs of Science, Robotics for Babies, and Organic Chemistry for Babies is expanding!Empower children with this educational baby book so they can understand their bodies with courage and curiosity!Bacteria are very small living things.Some bacteria are good and some bacteria are bad.Luckily, we have a family of medicine called Antibiotics that can get rid of bad bacteria.Turn getting sick from something scary into an engaging learning experience! In this installment of the new Baby Medical School series, Cara and Jon Florance break down how and why we get sick with the help of merry microbes and big-eyed bacteria. The whimsical artwork and humorous text is perfect for enlightening the next generation of geniuses and creating a love for medical science they will carry for a lifetime!Bacteria and Antibiotics is a fantastic book for nurses to read and makes a wonderful addition to other special gifts for your little one, such as science toys for toddlers, baby anatomy books, and educational baby toys. Give the gift of learning to your little one with this educational baby book and help them understand their bodies!

  • My Child Is Sick!

    Know when to call your doctor—and when it’s safe to treat your child at home! Caring for your sick child can be a daunting experience. You want to ensure the best for him or her, but you also know that every illness doesn’t require a trip to the doctor’s office or emergency room. So how do you know when to do what? Barton D. Schmitt, MD, FAAP, a pediatrician with more than 40 years of experience, knows the intricacies of the most common childhood illnesses and injuries and has written this expert, but easy-to-follow guide so you can too. My Child Is Sick! Expert Advice for Managing Common Illnesses and Injuries is based on clinical guidelines developed by Dr. Schmitt and used by pediatricians and nurses in 10,000 practices and 400 nurse advice call centers in the United States and Canada. These guidelines have been tested for 25 years on more than 300 million phone calls. All of the topics in the 2nd edition of My Child is Sick! have been fully reviewed and updated, and several new topics have been added, including earwax buildup, mosquito bites, strep throat infections, and wound infections. Inside this practical book, you’ll find• Concise, accurate information on the most common illnesses and injuries of childhood such as coughs and colds, ear infections, cuts and scrapes, rashes, diarrhea, and more• Decision charts to help you determine when to call your child’s doctor and when it’s safe to treat your child at home, as well as descriptions of which symptoms are normal during the course of an illness or recovery from an injury and which are cause for concern• Specific time-frame guidelines as to when to call your child’s doctor or 911• In-depth advice for treating symptoms at home, taking the guesswork out of how to make your child feel better• Drug dosage charts for the most commonly used nonprescription medicines With My Child Is Sick! at your fingertips, you’ll never again have to worry about whether you’ve made the right decision about your child’s illness. Rest easy with this one-of-a-kind guide to sick children.

  • Moms On Call Next Steps Baby Care: 6-15 Months (Moms On Call Parenting Books Book 2)

    The highly sought after baby and toddler care experts strike again with this easy-to-read guide to everything moms and dads need to know for babies 6-15 months.For babies between 6-15 months, this resource takes the guesswork out of: • Common Illnesses (What is it, what do I do about it, when do I call the doctor?)• Feeding (including a grocery list and easy-to-read, specific guidelines on progressing from baby food to table food and mastering that sippy cup!)• Sleeping (including instructions on how to establish all night sleep 10-12 hours in a row, naptime tips, how to transfer to that toddler bed and much much more!) The Moms On Call Next Steps Baby Care: 6-15 months also includes the incredibly popular, hour-by-hour schedules mapped out at a glance!Advice from two pediatric nurse moms with eight children between them has moms all over the globe hailing this as, “The absolute, best baby book ever.”

  • The Plant-Based Baby and Toddler: Your Complete Feeding Guide for 6 months to 3 years

    An accessible guide for vegan, vegetarian, or veg-curious parents from the dietitian duo behind online community Plant-Based Juniors®–includes a bonus chapter on feeding infants up to six months!More of us are turning to plant-focused diets for our health and the health of the environment. But there haven’t been reliable, evidence-based resources out there for a new generation of compassionate, conscientious parents–until now. The Plant-Based Baby and Toddler is your go-to resource, offering easy-to-digest nutritional facts and guidelines that aren’t available elsewhere, with a special focus on the most important period of a child’s life when it comes to developing good eating habits: infancy and toddlerhood.Whitney and Alex discuss:   • the PB3 plate: a visual guide to structuring meals that are nutritionally balanced–1/3 fruits and vegetables; 1/3 legumes, nuts and seeds; and 1/3 grains and starches–and easy to adapt for the entire family   • how to meet needs for critical nutrients such as iron   • a primer on both traditional purees and the baby-led weaning/feeding approach   • strategies for dealing with challenges such as picky eaters   • sorting fact from fiction when it comes to nondairy milks and other substitutes   • 50+ plant-based recipes created specifically for stages from first bites to age threeAs dietitians and moms, Whitney and Alex pored over nutrition journals and called on the experts to learn how to provide their babies with the best diet possible. They found that plant-based diets are associated with a reduced risk of obesity, decreased cholesterol levels, and increased fruit and vegetable intake; in short, not only are they safe for kids, they’re pretty freaking awesome.

  • Seeds and Trees: A children’s book about the power of words

    Words are powerful. They can hurt or they can heal.It’s time to tell a special tale that will warm the hearts of readers of all ages. Seeds and Trees revels in the power of words. It explores their effects on feelings and emotions. And it does so through the journey of two different seeds.In Seeds and Trees, discover a young prince who gathers seeds both green and dark from those he encounters, and then gifts them forward. He faithfully plants and waters all those seeds daily, but comes to realise that the dark trees harm the green ones. With the help of a kind friend he discovers he can cut down, uproot, and then replace those dark trees with green seeds, creating a beautiful vibrant garden. The best book for raising confident childrenSeeds and Trees carries the key message of love and positivity supported by the many advocates of positive parenting solutions. It’ll sit comfortably on your shelf alongside other books that focus in on emotions. Like the work of Laurie Wright (I Can Handle It), Maria Dismondy (Spaghetti in a Hot Dog Bun) and Carol McCloud (Have You Filled a Bucket Today?). Seeds and Trees will help encourage your children to offer kindness towards themselves and others. Searching for bullying books for children?Bullying is an unfortunate fact of life, be it in our schools, at the playground or even in the workplace. Seeds and Trees offers a supportive approach for families, educators and children struggling to manage a bullying situation. It’s approach to positive thinking for children will help them face difficult situations with confidence in themselves. Author Brandon Walden was inspired by the acclaimed work of Dr. Brené Brown (The Gifts of Imperfection, Braving the Wilderness, and others) and Dr. Caroline Leaf (Switch on Your Brain) on the power of words in our daily lives.He had one special friend who always spoke true,words filled with candor as good friends will do.She never spoke harshly and never spoke lies.She always spoke lovingly; with gentle replies.Grow Your Own Green GardenAll of us have received bad seeds throughout our life. However, it is our sincere hope that the words and beautiful illustrations in Seeds and Trees will guide you to and through a process that will bring you hope, encouragement and freedom. We believe words are powerful. They can hurt or they can heal. Be careful what you water, for it will surely grow.

  • Why Motor Skills Matter: Improve Your Child’s Physical Development to Enhance Learning and Self-Esteem

    “This is an important book [that] offers critical insights and the hope for a bright developmental future that all children, parents, and the professionals who serve them need.” –T.B. Brazelton, M.D., Founder, Brazelton Touchpoints Center, Boston Children’s Hospital”Why Motor Skills Matter shows how children use their senses and bodies to explore their environments and what we can do to protect and strengthen this critical pathway for their development, health, and learning.” –Joshua Sparrow, M.D., Director, Brazelton Touchpoints Center, Boston Children’s Hospital Learn To Use Physical Activity To Raise An Emotionally Well-Balanced, More Coordinated, And Happier ChildPlayful interaction beginning in infancy is crucial to a child’s cognitive skills, language, speech, and overall emotional balance. Filled with practical, age-appropriate activities for children from newborns up to age five, Why Motor Skills Matter helps you to: Integrate touch, movement, and body awareness during playtime. Ensure that your child progresses through the proper developmental sequence. Determine if your child has sensory processing difficulties or disorders. Avoid common developmental mistakes, such as using exersaucers, having your child wear hard-soled shoes, and promoting early walking.

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