It is increasingly said that what is sold in supermarkets and large stores is non-food, that every day we unknowingly feed children "artificial, chemical pulp". Many environments point out that we are guinea pigs. It is said that after the Second World War, a lot of chemical ingredients were launched on the market, whose actions have not been tested, nobody assessed whether they are healthy and safe, and how they affect the body in the long term.
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It is difficult for me to define 'normality'. Is it normal for a woman who devotes every moment to her child, quits her job, postpones most of her pleasures to be "here and now" full-time? Or is it normal that after three months giving herself completely to a new person, she returns to work full-time and is not relieved by guilt after entering work?
When you read several books a month, often five pieces at a time - another in the morning, another at tea and another bedtime child, and besides absorbing the mass of articles, reports and forms of written communications, you can feel material fatigue and sometimes find yourself in that individual items are similar to each other and reading them is not pleasant.
The cover of a huge volume of fairy tales with almost 400 pages has a recommendation that can convince even the most unconvinced parent of the "book of a happy childhood" to look inside. The center collects stories written by over twenty Polish authors. Each story created for the next day of the year has a nice illustration.
At the very beginning I must admit that I am not an e-book supporter. Perhaps because I spend enough time in front of the computer and contact with a "paper book" is a moment of relaxation for me. However, I do not deny that if I had a special reader, maybe I would change my mind and I would prefer to replace books piled up on the shelves with files saved on a computer.
Although I don't have a divorce plan or any dramatic parting behind me, I read this guidebook with great interest. Quite unexpectedly for myself and my loved ones. Maybe because in its release it is quite universal and allows you to satisfy your curiosity about the very aspect of falling in love and building a mature relationship.
On the cover, the publisher informs that "Wierszowianki zasypianki" "help to fall asleep and bring colorful dreams." You can agree with the first one. The veracity of the second sentence is hard to assess because our two-year-olds dream every night or "angels" or "nothing". :) And it doesn't matter if he falls asleep with this book or with any other.
An undoubted advantage of this publication is the fact that there is room for parents, or rather giving the chance for them to think differently than the authors. There is a chance, with the blessing of the Minge, to turn the represented worldview considered "parenthood of closeness" upside down, taking only what we think is reasonable.
When the child's development is harmonious, there is no need to support infants by showing contrasts. Of course, you can do this to spend time with your baby in an interesting, quite different way. The book "Little genius" will be especially useful when, for medical reasons, it is recommended to support the development of the sense of sight.
This position is revolutionizing the thinking about children's books. This is not a classic proposition created from colorful pictures and cheerful poems, but an interestingly published and "illustrated with a child's hand" fairy tale about the adventures of yellow Riga. The phenomenal drawings were prepared by Joanna Młynarczyk, and the text was written by Michał Rusinek, known primarily as the secretary of the late Wisława Szymborska.
"Child development 0-3" is a huge dose of timely information, valuable advice and interesting insights from Dr. Brazelton, a pediatrician with over 50 years of experience and a psychiatrist Joshua D. Sparrow. This is a guide that does not focus only on the child, but also devotes a lot of space to parents, their emotions associated with the new role of anxiety, difficulties.
For unclear reasons, publishers focus on offering readers' guides for pregnant women and young children (up to two years old). The older the child, the fewer and fewer reasonable positions there are. Or maybe it is not so difficult to explain? Maybe just debuting parents need special support and are most often looking for help?
Elmer is an unusual plaid elephant, a favorite of children around the world. His adventures are dedicated to preschoolers, whose original elephant is to help find their own talents, shape self-esteem, openness and tolerance. In a simple adventure in which hippos ask for help, because their river ran out of water, the author shows how to safely explore the world, work with others to achieve a goal, find common features and similar needs where they seem to be absent.
If this book was not based on facts, it would be unbearable. If she wasn't telling a true story, reading it would be a time of meeting a tender, not very high flight story. Unlikely, banal, tricky, ill-considered. Meanwhile, the power of the novel "Mamotata" lies in truth.
"By all signs in heaven and earth, we are raising the most wired, monitored and spoiled generation in history. But is this really bad? After thousands of years of trial and error, maybe we've finally found the magic recipe for raising children? Maybe micro-management will eventually pay off?
The story of a little girl named Martynka radiates warmth and positive energy. Certainly, that's why Martynes were loved by thousands of children and parents around the world. It is also undoubtedly important that one story and story is enough to feel the "reality" of this character, her attitude, sense of humor, which make Martynka's children quickly accept, and when asked if he would like to have such a friend, they nod affirmatively ...
This is not an option for parents seating children in front of the TV for several hours every day. It requires a lot of commitment and mercilessly what we often lack: time, patience, openness of mind. It is also not a book that you can read and put on the shelf. Rather, it should be considered a "Bible of common time."
Understanding depression ... This is probably the key to success, allowing you to deal with what is so difficult to face today. The more so that depression affects many people today, according to WHO is the 4th most serious disease causing havoc in society all over the world. This disease does not know age, gender, education, does not pay attention to the contents of the portfolio or professional position.
I don't quite understand the huge popularity of this book. Unless we look at her through the prism of "American dream" and style of thinking in the category "don't worry, be happy". Then everything will become clear. We will not be surprised that the plot is very predictable, naive narrative (this is a deliberate procedure), and many fragments focus on something that is generally of little importance: playing American football.
After numerous stories about the transformation into a mother in the form of diaries, inscribing in the already discussed trend of "motherhood without icing" and to the limit exploited, this novel is different. And praise for its author, who made herself known to Polish readers through "When you left" or the book "This distance between us."
Taking rhyme, rhythm and the form of a poem is not always the best way to create an instructive story for a child. Especially when the effect is a book like this. Although written in a just case, in the fumes of absurdity, to break the dangerous stereotypes, it is unfortunately unconvincing.