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Order a free copy with any purchase of $10 or more! In Arita Trahan's inspiring and delightful storybook, a young girl learns to enjoy Santa in surprising new ways. Order your free copy here.
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Quote of the Month - November

"Creativity is intelligence having fun."

- Albert Einstein

Kangaroo Mother Care: The Magic of a Mother's Touch
by Pat Törngren
Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC) is for every mother; every baby. The mother's skin is the baby's natural environment, and both physically and emotionally the healthiest place for the baby to be, says KMC researcher Dr. Nils Bergman of Cape Town...
Creating a Peaceful World through Parenting
by Jan and Jason Hunt
Every infant beams when there is peace in the home, and looks perplexed and cries when there is not. To an infant, conflict is a puzzle. As infants, we not only want everyone to get along, we expect it. We are born expecting peace...
 

 

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