Every time my mother and Peyton would leave each other, Peyton would say, “
Mom Mom, guess how much I love you?” and then quickly follow up ... From the
ultrasound my mom saw that I was having a girl, so I asked her to name the baby.
She named her Brynn. ... would form in my throat. So I placed the book on Brynn's
shelf in her bedroom and left it there for another time when I wasn't so emotional.
Author: Christine Duminiak
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
"Grandma, sometimes Papa isn't in Heaven. Sometimes he's here." In this fascinating book, after-death communications expert Christine Duminiak shares more than 100 true stories of children up to the age of seventeen who have been contacted by deceased loved ones. From cases where the child was born after the death of the relative who appeared to him, to comforting messages from those who died under troubling circumstances, the testimonials will help adults understand this common paranormal occurrence, find the larger meaning in such visitations, and nurture the child's invaluable gift. Ultimately, familiarizing ourselves with this natural phenomenon may shed light on some of our most complex questions about life, death, and our purpose here on earth. "A fascinating collection of children's experiences of communication with departed loved ones. I encourage everyone to open up their hearts and minds to what the purest littlest ones are telling us." --Msgr. Thomas Hartman, co-host of TV's The God Squad "At last, a really sincere book that will give you many answers and open your mind to the spiritual world of children." --Joseph Wright, author of The Psychic Hypnotist "An extraordinary book, teeming with wisdom and riveting stories." --Louis E. LaGrand, author of Love Lives On Christine Duminiak is a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist, a Spiritual Bereavement Recovery Facilitator since 1998, and a member of the Association for Death Education and Counseling. She is the founder of an online nondenominational grief support and prayer group with over 500 members from 21 countries. Duminiak is also the author of God's Gift of Love: After-Death Communications--for Those Who Grieve. She is a frequent guest speaker on after-death contacts at the Learning Annex in New York City and in James Van Praagh's chat room. Duminiak holds after-death communication seminars around the country for bereavement groups, the Compassionate Friends, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Rotary clubs, children's groups, senior citizens, spirituality groups, and for the general public. She lives near Philadelphia, with her husband, Bob, a mechanical engineer, and two children. She has appeared on TV and radio in the Philadelphia area as well as in Arizona and New York.
The original family classic is now available in a glorious, midi size with a new heart-felt cover, ideal for Valentine's Day sharing. Full color.
Author: Sam McBratney
Shortlisted for the 1994 Kurt Maschler Award and the Children's Illustrated Book of the Year Award, this is the story of Little Nutbrown Hare and Big Nutbrown Hare, who discover that love is not an easy thing to measure.
( Baby - Sitters Club McCormack , Erin Disney ' s Princess Collection Love Ser . )
. 1920 . ( YA ) ( gr . 7 - 12 ) . mass ... Paperbacks ) Scholastic , Inc . - Guess How Much I Love You : My Baby Book Turtleback Bks . 224p . ( I ) ( gr . 3 - 7 ) . pap . 1 .
My biggest hang-ups concerned my baby's night-time sleeping. ... in a baby
sleeping bag no matter the temperature, and I read her the same book every
night (luckily it was Guess How Much I Love You, a beautiful story even after 75
... a repeat screening , this abridged version of the book , which includes a colour
plate section , is a terrific introduction to the world of Lilliput and beyond . Age
range : 10+ ( Boxtree , 4 : 3.99 ) Guess How Much I Love You - My Baby Book
An Author, Title, and Illustrator Index to Books for Children and Young Adults ...
Guarded by Angels: How My Father & Uncle Survived Hitler & Cheated Stalin.
Alan Eisner. 2005. (Illus). xii. 256p. ... Guess How Much I Love You: My Baby Book.
If You're a Monster and You Know It. New York: Orchard Books, 2010. Faulkner,
Keith. ... What's for Dinner? New York: Dutton Children's Books, 2000. Gillingham
, Sara, and Lorena Siminovich. In My Nest. ... Guess How Much I Love You.
Author: Heather McNeil
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Designed to promote literacy in young children and to empower parents, educators, and librarians, this guide is filled with simple strategies, creative activities, and detailed instructions that help make reading fun. • Recommended book lists for promoting reading • An overview of basic strategies and components of an early literacy program • Helpful outline of pre-literacy skills required for reading success • Detailed instructions for early literacy activities
It's fun to read a book with your baby on your lap, but you'll also want to read to
your baby when she's lying down, before bedtime or naptime. ... Here are some
of the classics and my favorites: Pat the Bunny by Dorothy Kunhardt (Golden Books, 2001) Where Does Maisy ... What Do You See? by Bill Martin Jr. (Henry
Holt and Co., 1992) Where's Spot? by Eric Hill (Puffin, 2003) Guess How Much I Love You ...
Author: Jennifer Lawler
Category: Family & Relationships
Play that stimulates young minds. Play is the language that babies know best. Here, readers will find over 300 games to play with infants from one week to eighteen months old. Divided into games that stimulate cognitive, language, emotional, and social development, this book will delight parents and babies as it helps foster mental and physical growth. * Written by an internationally recognized authority on brain games for babies * No other book on infant play has as many games or is as effective in linking games with their mental and physical health benefits * Focused on helping parents teach their babies how to learn, rather than pushing them beyond their developmental level
Sam McBratney, Guess How Much I Love You, 1995 Little Nutbrown Hare enjoys
playing a game with his father in which ... (32 pages) Where it's reviewed:
Booklist, August 2001, page 2132 Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books,
Author: Janis Ansell
Publisher: Gale / Cengage Learning
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Lists books by subject and title and recommends what book children and young adults should read next based on their previous likes and dislikes.
STUPIOS HAVE A BALL, THE, 40 STUPIOS STEP OUT, THE, 40 THERE IS A
CARROT IN MY EAR AND OTHER NDOOLE ... 62 EMILY'S QUEST, 185
FATHER BEAR COMES HOME, 121 FOX IN LOVE, 129 GUESS HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU, ...
Author: John Freeman
Highlights baby books, preschool and picture books, poetry and anthologies, early readers, fiction, special needs, award winners, and titles appropriate for toddlers. A section on how to use the internet to look for children's books is also included.
Go back to the story and read just the descriptions of the animals and ask your
child to guess the animal : “ She hangs by her feet , and she lives in a cave . ...
Related Books : Whose Baby am I ? ( Animals Q & A ) by Shirley Greenway ; I Love You as Much by Laura Krauss Melmed ... Koala Lou by Mem Fox ; If You
Were My Bunny by Kate McMullan ; and Guess How Much I Love You by Sam
Bathtime for Babies Playskool. (1994). Bathtime. Hasbro Canada. Family
Messages Dijs, C. (1990). Are you my mommy? A pop-up book. New York: Simon
and Schuster. Nebratney, S. (1994). Guess how much I love you* London: Magi.
Author: Nadia Saderman Hall
Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company
Demonstrates activities offering an integrated approach to building and supporting anti-bias skills in children from birth through twelve years of age
This charming book, follows an adorable girl, as she enjoys the magical wonders of childhood. This sweet story shows the enduring message of the importance of loving a child, and the infinite ways a parent can express it.
Author: Kealy Connor Lonning
Publisher: Independently Published
How much do you love your child? It is difficult for most parents to describe, and it might be immeasurable. I LOVE YOU MORE THAN ALL is a gorgeous, heartwarming book, that shows the unconditional, boundless love that parents have for their child. This heartfelt celebration, told from a mother's view, shows her little girl, surrounded by affection from her family. Love is the greatest gift that we can give to our children. This charming book, follows an adorable girl, as she enjoys the magical wonders of childhood. This sweet story shows the enduring message of the importance of loving a child, and the infinite ways a parent can express it. The illustrations are incredible, and the lyrical text creates the perfect ode to parenthood. The love of a parent is profound and unparalleled. Everyday moments and joys are captured in this book, like playing, dancing, and watching the rain. The phrase "I love you more than all" is repeated on the pages, and the beautiful illustrations enhance the story. Moms or dads will welcome the chance to convey the height and depth of their love for their kids. I love you more than all the breaths you'll ever take, the smiles you'll ever make. A mother's or father's love for their child, is even bigger than amazing wonders of nature. I love you more than all the mountains up so high, the rainbows in the sky. I LOVE YOU MORE THAN ALL is a touching tribute to the timeless love between a parent and a child. Readers of all ages will relate to the special bond between this child and her parents. Their tender moments, and fun adventures will inspire love and compassion. Children will feel the reassurance that they are loved, and parents will be reminded of how blessed they are with their children. This BEAUTIFUL, INSPIRATIONAL BOOK is reminiscent of these other books: I Love You More (Laura Duksta), I've Loved You Since Forever (Hoda Kotb), Guess How Much I Love You (Sam McBratney), Mama Loves You So (Terry Pierce), Wherever You Are: My Love Will Find You (Nancy Tillman), Mama, Do You Love Me? (Barbara M. Joosse), and The Runaway Bunny (Margaret Wise Brown). This picture book is a treasured gift that you can share again and again. It is perfect for bedtime reading and snuggles, or for anytime. Kids, parents, and grandparents will enjoy sharing this slice-of-life story about love. The book is wonderful to give for baby showers, Mother's Day, Valentine's Day, birthdays, and more. It is great for children, ages 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8, and would be nice in classrooms, too. Teachers can use it with their students, in preschool, kindergarten, first grade, second grade, and third grade. Notable themes in this book include: parenting, adoption, diversity, multicultural, mixed-race families, love, seasons, nature, and play. I LOVE YOU MORE THAN ALL is the fifth children's book by author, Kealy Connor Lonning, and it was inspired by her daughter, the youngest of her six children. Order your copy today, to INSPIRE a SPECIAL child in your life!