Frances has a new baby sister . . . and she's not happy about it.
With the new addition to the family, no one pays much attention to Frances anymore. At least that's the way it seems to her. So Frances decides to run away. Not too far, though-just far enough so she can hear how much she'll be missed, even by baby Gloria!
Congratulations! You now have a baby in your family. Follow our top tips and you'll all be very happy. Don't lend your baby to a kangaroo, plant your baby in the garden, or take to school with you - and definitely don't send your baby to play with an elephant! DO cuddle your baby, read to your baby, sing to your baby and give your baby lots and lots of love.
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Nina Rosace has a background in management and professional organising. Nina and her husband also run their own successful building company which they commenced fourteen years ago. Considering Nina's hectic schedule she discovered that her knack for being organised was crucial in order to balance her career and family life. Today, Nina is not only an entrepreneur and a successful self published author, but she is also an organising expert, helping others to become organised in all aspects of their lives. Nina lives in Melbourne, Australia with her husband and three children.
After her father's death, Emily Yancy agrees to move back to the dead-end town she grew up in - but she's dreading every minute she'll have to spend in her mother's tiny apartment. After all, she's a 43-year-old divorcee who's been doing just fine on her own. There are some rewards for dutiful daughters, though - Aaron Merritt, a rich single doctor with chocolate skin and bedroom eyes. But when the lights go out, something's missing...
Mainly for African primary schools - first level reading in English. The text is part of the "Ready...Go" series which features controlled language to give confidence, and illustrations to provide important visual clues to the young reader. The stories featured in the texts focus on experiences relevant to young children and are taken from a wide range of cultural backgrounds. The series is divided into two levels: "Ready" for new readers who have learned the present tenses; and "Go" for readers who are beginning to learn the past and future tenses. "Memuna's baby" is part of the "Ready" level of the series.
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