The author aims to help America's overwhelmed families sit down to a family dinner, providing all the reasons, recipes and fun tools to do so, including 75 kid-friendly meals, conversation starters and much more.
Offering a stress-free approach to holiday cooking and entertaining, this practical cookbook includes menu suggestions for a variety of special celebrations, along with meal planning advice for everything from a New Year's Day blast to a family Thanksgiving.
Noll shares ideas and inspiration for decluttering and adding quality to every aspect of family life to make the most of shared time and to promote engaging, connected home lives.
Featured E-Resource: Staff Picks for Best Books of 2015
The end of 2015 is approaching. In December, we often reflect upon the best of what's happened in the last twelve months. Whether you're looking for gift ideas or a new title for your child to read over the December break, be sure to check out the KPL Resources for Parents and Educators blog. Staff from KPL's Children's Services department have compiled their top picks for the best children's books this year. Click on the book covers to look up the items in our catalogue.
With sign language, you can communicate with your child as early as 4-6 months, reduce tantrums, build verbal language skills, and create a stronger bond than ever! Using trusted American Sign Language (ASL), Baby Signing Essentials is the go-to guide for parents, caregivers, and educators looking to create effective two-way communication.
This is the story of a journey that could have destroyed a family, but instead united them; a mother whose instincts told her her child needed love and help; a Republican, NRA-member father who overcame confusion and fear to become a vocal advocate of trans rights; and, especially, it's the story of a young girl who found the courage to be herself.
This book boils down the essential play experiences in an accessible, practical, and easy way, balancing among experiences that support learning, provide physical activity, encourage creative expression, and promote social and family connections.
Exploring dominant personality traits and encouraging parents to understand their own goals and desires, the authors teach parents the art of becoming better problem solvers and advocates for their children.
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