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Baby explores the wonders of winter in this seasonal lift-the-flap board book from Karen Katz! "It's wintertime!""What will Baby see?""What's outside the window?""Look! Giant snowflakes!" Little ones will love lifting the flaps in this book to reveal a red sled, a giant snowplow, a cute furry groundhog, and everything else that Baby loves about winter! The sturdy format and easy-to-lift flaps are perfect for parents and children to share.""
About the Author
Karen Katz has written and illustrated more than fifty picture books and novelty books including the bestselling Where Is Baby’s Belly Button? After graduating from the Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia, she attended the Yale Graduate School of Art and Architecture where she became interested in folk art, Indian miniatures, Shaker art, and Mexican art. Her book, Counting Kisses, was named one of the 100 Greatest Books for Kids by Scholastic Parent & Child and was a Children’s Book-of-the-Month Club Main Selection. Karen, her husband Gary Richards, and their daughter Lena divide their time between New York City and Saugerties, New York.
Warning: No Taboos Zone! GILF erotica - bundled collection with bonus books and stories. I was his first time. I was older than his mother, and even babysit him when he was a child. He was home from the university, and we did it. I was excited, he wanted to look at me down there. Made me feel sexy and desirable. His Mom was happy that he was normal, when she found out what we did. I went to the university to see him. I talked with his mother lots about him and his grades. Like we were both his Mom!
GILF Erotica (with bonus books) Older women Erotica I have no shame. I used to babysit him years ago. I am older than his Mama. But he made me feel alive. We did it all. Kinky things. Unnatural acts. He defiled my body. Me, a respected Jewish matron. So call me an old slut!
Hi! I'm Juliet. I'm ten years old. And I'm nearly a vet!
A terrible bushfire has struck and Mum's vet clinic is in chaos. Every day more and more injured baby animals arrive. Chelsea and I have never been busier! There's an adorable baby koala to feed by hand, a fat little wombat to bandage, and a funny blue-tongued lizard that Max is determined to make his pet.
But who knew that babies needed so much feeding! I may never sleep again!
About the Author
Rebecca Johnson is an Australian author, teacher and mother of two. Juliet, Nearly a Vet is her first fiction series with Penguin. She has also written a best-selling non-fiction series of adventures featuring Australian wildlife, which has sold more than 2.6 million copies.
From the author:
When I was growing up, I was mad about animals. Not just the normal kind like cats, dogs and horses, but anything that moved. The best part of all was that I actually lived next door to a vet! We are still great friends and he's 95 now. One of my fondest memories of growing up is going out in a canoe with my sister and brother after a f lood and rescuing animals that were stranded on sticks and twigs and ferrying them to safety. Not every girl I know would be happiest in a canoe full of mice, bugs and the odd green snake,
but I'm sure Juliet would!
About the Illustrator
Kyla May is the creative director of a team of illustrators, writers, designers and producers under the banner Kyla May Productions. Kyla May Productions writes, develops and illustrates children's books including the original series 'Kyla May Miss. Behaves' which is currently being developed into a TV series. Kyla May has another original series due for release later this year and many more concepts in development. Kyla May has illustrated several other children's books including 'Star Girl' for Pan Macmillan and 'The Dog Rules' for Scholastic US for whom they are also illustrating a new children's series.
This book of poetry expresses the struggle of every single Chrisitian woman who desires love, strength, security in her relationships.
Whether the relationship is with her Heavenly Father, parents, or special loved one. The poems express the turmoil of unrequited feelings and the pain of waiting for that perfect man. The Bible says that He that finds a wife, finds a good thing. Ultimately, we struggle that not our will, but God's will be done.
Oh My Love, I need You so
When will You come to Me
This I would like to know
The answer to and so much more
So that I can be secure
Each time I think the day is near
When we will be joined as one
That joy is taken from me
It makes me feel as if We will never be
But I have Faith in He
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