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Who is that in the mirror? It's you, silly! Babies just love looking at their reflections, and in "I See Baby", your child will become a part of the story. Who's that splashing in the tub? it's baby! Can you wash your hair just like baby? Who is that hiding in the yard? it's baby! Can you play peek-a-boo with baby?
The author used her applique expertise to create the Moon Baby and its supporting cast of sweet block designs like "Wee Babe", "Sleepy Star", and "Smiling Sun". The six dreamy baby projects include the "Moon Baby" quilt, "Golden Slumbers" wall hanging and a mobile to decorate your favourite nursery.
"G'Noo the Baby Roo's First Christmas" was first conceived of as a holiday bedtime story for my children. There is even an audio recording of the original story which I made for them back in the late 1990's. Eventually, it evolved into a stage play intended for young audiences. "G'Noo" is a short children's play about a young kangaroo, known as a "joey", who sees humans celebrating Christmas by exchanging presents but isn't quite sure what to make of it. Eventually, G'Noo asks her parents about the holiday but they aren't quite sure what it's all about, either. The play focuses on what would happen if there were no human around to teach animals what Christmas is all about. How would these animals interpret a "Christmas" beyond its religious significance? However you celebrate the holiday season, please enjoy your time with "G'Noo the Baby Roo" and may all your holidays bring you nothing but joy.
What made me write this book was a feeling that students of international economics needed to fill out their knowledge of the theory with work on the practice of the major international economic organizations, many of which are having a growing influence on the national economies of their members. There was no single volume given over to a concise treatment of these organizations. The annual reports of the international organizations themselves can be consulted, of course, but as a rule these are not noted for being brief and to the point (the items of importance have to be fished out of a sea of useless detail), nor do they go in for criticism of their own activities. In selecting the organizations to be dealt with in the book I was guided by the influence they exert. I have left out those whose activities consist mainly in the drafting of recommendations to which, however meritorious they may be, little or no attention is paid. Some of them are included in the Introduction, which provides a summary of a number of institutions not discussed separately in the body of the work. There are, however, two exceptions: the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) as the organization replacÂ ing the Organization for European Economic Cooperation (OEEC), and the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) whose meetÂ ings have succeeded in drawing much attention of the press.
From taking a bath to getting a kiss good night, this book playfully details the nighttime rituals of every little one.
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