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When Jack climbs over a wall to get his football back from the derelict building down his street, he doesn't expect to find a nest full of baby owls! Worried that the building is going to be knoked down by builders, Jack and his parents call the RSPCA. A rescue ensues, followed by an attempted hand feeding. But the birds are too young to be fed. Instead, the RSPCA must move the baby owls to another nest if they are to have a chance of survival. Jack must help the RSPCA to find the perfect nest in his neighbourhood.
If you love Jennifer E. Smith's THE STATISTICAL PROBABILITY OF LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT and Jessica Park's FLAT-OUT LOVE, you'll love this book.
This international bestseller tells the bittersweet story of one family, one home, and the surprising arc of one woman's life, from the poverty of her youth, to the intense love and painful losses of her adult years. Braiding together the past and present, Every Home Needs a Balcony relays the life story of a young Jewish girl, the child of Romanian immigrants, who lives with her family in the poverty-stricken heart of 1950s Haifa, Israel. Eight-year-old Rina, her older sister, and her parents inhabit a cramped apartment with a narrow balcony that becomes an intimate, shared stage on which the joys and dramas of the building's daily life are played out.
lt starts with God and tells about the world so that a small child would understand. It is written in rhythm, so parents can easily read it to children. It helps the child understand the world. What is special is that it gives a good, new type of relationship between God and Jesus Christ. It naturally gives deep religious ideas about the life of Jesus and how it all fits in his mission on earth, giving a human and divine portrayal of his life and allowing children to easily understand it.
lt starts with the idea that God saw a baby and wondered what it is to be a baby. He gets the plan of sending Christ to earth to be a baby and to grow up to be a man. Jesus then goes to earth and becomes a baby. For the plan to work, Jesus has to not know his divine nature and become just like any baby on earth.
This gives children a sense of the human nature of Jesus. Then when he is twelve, he gets a dream of his former divine nature, and when he is baptized, he gets to know his full divine nature.
He goes to the high hills and plans his future life to explain to people his divine mission. He gets twelve men to help him. Children naturally learn Jesus' human and divine natures. The last chapter makes children feel that Jesus is watching out for them and answering their prayers.
In her book, midwife Ruth Ehrhardt very simply explores, as the title suggests, how the basic needs of labouring women can be met. It takes into consideration the subtle effect environmental factors have on labour and what those attending births need to be aware of. Drawing on the work of Michel Odent, it focuses quite plainly on the physiology of labour, childbirth and postpartum. This book is aimed at pregnant mothers as well as those attending births, whether in the capacity as caregiver (doctor, midwife, doula) or partner. "To bring together what is important in such a small number of pages is a feat. I hope that, on the five continents, all pregnant women, midwives, doulas, doctors, etc. will take the time to assimilate the contents of this chef d'oeuvre: it will be a turning point in the history of childbirth and therefore in the history of mankind." - Michel Odent
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