Children will fall in love with Bernard, the sleepy bear with a simple wish, in A Bed for Bear. It's time for Bernard to hibernate, but the bear cave is too crowded, too quiet, and too uncomfortable. So Bernard sets out to search the forest for the perfect bed for winter. But all he discovers are spots too windy, too wet, and too wild for him until he realizes that the perfect bed for a bear was right in front of him all along. With simple text and evocative illustrations by debut author-illustrator Clive McFarland, this heartwarming picture book is a perfect part of any bedtime routine.
While searching for toys in my room one night, I looked under my bed and got such a fright! A dinosaur peeped at me from under the bed, I thought he might eat me . . . but instead. . . This delightful rhyming book depicts the tale of a little boy who teaches a young dinosaur not to be afraid of the dark. The vibrant illustrations and rhythmic verse are designed to capture the imaginations of children and help them see that the dark is not always as scary as it may seem.
A wonderful collection of short stories perfect to read and enjoy with your child at bedtime.
This unique volume chronicles the combined experiences of the multidisciplinary team on the clinical practice of child and adolescent psychiatry. A culmination of the authors' past 37 years of training medical students and other allied health trainees, this text is designed with the needs of the busy clinician in mind. Its broad coverage of the subject, the use of relevant clinical histories and findings to illustrate key points, as well as discussions on common treatment side effects make it a very helpful and practical book.Medical students in their third through final years; trainees in psychiatry, psychology, and social work; psychologists; teacher counselors; medical social workers; pediatricians interested in child mental health; and family physicians will find this book particularly useful and stimulating.
The distressed traveler Charlotte Cameron encounters on a rainy Scottish night is absolutely the worst man she could have invited into her carriage It is Phillip Maddox, the reprehensible Duke of Colster, who brought the full weight of the ton's fury down upon her--simply because Charlotte encouraged her sister not to wed the powerful peer. And now the seductive devil responsible for her social ruin is sitting close enough to kiss . . .
Phillip's distaste for the meddlesome beauty matches Charlotte's--though, under alternate circumstances, he might have enjoyed sampling the sensuous charms of the tempting young chit.
There is grave danger, however, on the journey they now must reluctantly share--and a nemesis who means them both mortal harm. But can a passion that inconveniently ignites in the face of disaster erase a painful past . . . and lead two sworn enemies to a most unanticipated destination: the bedchamber?
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