A fresh twist on the wedding party gift book, "The Best Ever Ring Bearer" offers a sweet story and beautiful 4-color illustrations to help little boys understand what they should expect at a wedding. Brides will love the modern, giftable look and attractive price point, parents will appreciate the cues that guide kids on how to behave (no naughty antics!), and little boys will love the story of animal-lover Michael and how he saves the day at his uncle's wedding. It is perfect for an evergreen audience that has bought more than 350,000 copies of wedding party gift books.
""Although this was originally written in the 70's, one can argue it's relevant today now more than ever. For both the beardless and bearded it's everything you could ask for when asking the question 'Should I grow a beard?'"" - Die On SetThe right beard, worn well, is a mark of virility, distinction, dash, and self-confidence. This witty and practical guide extols the pleasures and benefits of a well-covered chin, including heightened attention from women and increased social and professional respect. A great gift for the bearded as well as anyone interested in adopting the fashionable trend, this volume offers a gallery of styles to help the wearer find the one best suited to his face and personality. Experienced counsel on selecting, growing, and caring for beards includes shaving techniques-accompanied by advice for getting through the awkward growing-in phase with dignity-and tips on everything from grooming to eating and kissing.
ALCOHOLISM, INCEST, CHILD ABUSE, RECOVERY, REALITY THERAPY: This beautiful story is set next to Ute Mountain in Towaoc, Colorado (United States. Clancy, a young Ute Mountain (Native American) boy, lives in a home filled with alcoholism and abuse; but not for long, because dad's behavior forces mom to throw him out of the house. Clancy is all in an uproar, his world is completely shattered, and all the rules are beginning to also change as his family comes in contact with a group of 'helping people' at Social Services. Clancy will do so many things for your own children and family, but one of the greatest gifts Clancy has to offer is the honest sharing of his experience. By sharing his experience, Clancy removes the veil of 'secrecy' which so often shrouds families torn and ripped apart by these kinds of issues. It's no longer something to be ashamed of, but something to travel through in community . . . together. (For more info- www.outofbodytravel.org)
This gives you an insight into living with Dissociative Identity Disorder. It also looks at the positive aspects of this unique condition.
A collection of proverbs in the original Gaelic, and translated into English covering family, work, money, self-Improvement and food and drink amongst other topics. Gaelic proverbs tell it like it is, and provide advice for a myriad of situations. This pocketsize volume will make an excellent souvenir or a gift for any occasion.
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