Young girls and boys age 3+ will love this cute count-to-ten book featuring Toddler Time's Amy! Children will love to discover all the things that Amy has hidden away beneath the spotty covers, from 1 pink rabbit to 10 sweet teddy bears in this delightful 24-page Toddler Time counting book.
Watch Me Draw The Monsters Under My Bed, Walter Foster's first book in its original Watch Me Draw series since 2007, provides an enjoyable way to help dissolve bedtime fears as children learn to draw a team of silly, cuddly nighttime "monsters" and other simple subjects, including a house, a teddy bear, and an alarm clock. Written entirely in rhyming prose, the book's featured monsters--Fred, Gail, Harry, Daisy, Moe, Esther, and Claude--show that the squeaks and creaks in the middle of the night aren't anything to be afraid of. A storybook children will undoubtedly want read to them over and over again, Watch Me Draw The Monsters Under My Bed is sure to become required bedtime reading as much as it will become a favorite step-by-step drawing book.
A Fairy's Life For Me - OBEDIENCE Notebook - Jedu is a boy fairy who has to earn his wings. The King and Queen of the Heartland Fairy tribe choose teachers that will help each fairy grown big, strong wings, which are needed so that the fairies can fly. There are story books, soft cover and Kindle versions that tell his story of the principles he has to learn so that his wings will grow. Buy this Notebook and help your children to always remember important things so that they like Jedu can learn how to be OBEDIENT.
Younger, Adler, and Vasta’s Child Psychology, 3e is a topically ordered child development textbook known for its strong research focus, balanced theoretical presentation and pedagogical framework designed to assist students in understanding course material without compromising the depth of coverage. This third edition features a new chapter on brain development, the most up-to-date theory and research in child psychology as well as up-to-date references and research woven seamlessly throughout the text.
This fascinating new work comes complete with more than 100 illustrations and a detailed practical prototype. It explores the domains encountered when designing a distributed embedded computer control system as an integrated whole. Basic issues about real-time systems and their properties, especially safety, are examined first. Then, system and hardware architectures are dealt with, along with programming issues, embodying desired properties, basic language subsets, object orientation and language support for hardware and software specifications.
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