The long-awaited companion title to Karen Katz's bestselling Where Is Baby's Belly Button?.
Where is baby’s tummy that’s oh, so yummy?
Under the teddy bear!
Little ones will love lifting the large, sturdy flaps in this book to reveal Baby’s pretty nose, sweet feet, yummy tummy, and more! This new gem from Karen Katz makes identifying body parts an entertaining endeavor and is sure to be a year-round favorite for younger readers.
Beautiful, young Nikki Baker decides she wants more than her grief-stricken boyfriend John. Determined to find a man, she decides to end the relationship and take a different approach to dating with the internet. She stumbles upon SugarBabyDaddy.com, where she meets Michael Stiles, a good-looking, rich attorney that is more than she ever imagined. Captivated by the lifestyle Michael offers, Nikki realizes she is falling for him. The only problem is the arrangement they made between them. Torn by her emotions and her desires for Michael, Nikki has to choose between keeping her feelings hidden and revealing her desires, with the risk of losing it all. Nikki wonders if she will ever have the love she always wanted and the life she always craved. Will she find her happily ever after? This is an explicit, erotic novella for adults only! Contains graphic, super hot, one-on-one sexual encounters between two great characters.
John Edward Jenkins (2 July 1838 - 4 June 1910), known as Edward Jenkins or J. Edward Jenkins, was a barrister, author and Liberal Party politician in the United Kingdom. He was best known as an author of satirical novels, and also served as the Agent-General of Canada, encouraging emigration to the new Dominion. He contested several parliamentary elections, but won only one, and sat in the House of Commons from 1874 to 1880.
In this timely study, the author examines the historical approach to race and diversity and suggests that equality strategies have been a vital, but limited, means of addressing discrimination and community tensions. Community Cohesion, it argues, offers a new framework to break down the barriers between different communities and understand the more fundamental causes of racism and the 'fear of difference'. Concepts of multiculturalism, identity and citizenship are also reviewed and the developing practice of community cohesion is described.
A true story of a young boy growing up in the Nazi Blitz during World War 2. The children growing up during this conflagration were called "war babies" and were often psychologically damaged and maladjusted to society...
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