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|Author||: Doug Moe|
|Total Pages||: 194|
|Genre||: Family & Relationships|
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A fresh, funny and practical guide to being a dad: “a delightful and helpful book that gives real advice about the Wild West world of raising children" (Amy Poehler). Most first-time fathers are intimidated by their terrifying new job of raising another human. But while most modern fathering guides center on men's oafish parental failings, comedian and author Doug Moe forgoes condescension in favor of fresh insight and irreverent wit. Man vs. Child tackles the real issues faced by modern dads—like how to be a good parent without becoming a BabyBjörn-wearing tool, or what to do if your child loves your iPad more than they love you. From caring for a newborn to dealing with a kid on the verge of adolescence, Moe breaks fatherhood down into survival lessons like "Time to Decide About God" and ask dads to reflect on perennial parenting questions like "Is My Child Too Annoying for This Restaurant?" Balancing relatable humor with heartfelt advice, Man vs. Child will appeal to any dad looking for both laughs and real guidance from a man who has had—and survived—these experiences himself.
|Author||: Gene Del Vecchio|
|Publsiher||: Pelican Publishing Company, Inc.|
|Total Pages||: 256|
|Genre||: Business & Economics|
Download Creating Blockbusters Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
A guide to creating "ever-cool" entertainment. An asset to entertainment executives or anyone aiming to create the next big hit, this book offers guidelines for developing concepts and marketing blockbusters. Whether it is a best-selling novel, a video game, or a high-tech toy, blockbusters play a big part in American society. Despite the prominence of these breakthrough hits, most entertainment ventures do not survive in today's competitive market. This guide identifies the key principles that will ensure lasting success.
|Author||: Dahlmanns, Martina|
|Publsiher||: Modjaji Books|
|Total Pages||: 218|
|Genre||: Biography & Autobiography|
Download A Person My Colour Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
"If you are tired of hearing about ‘whiteness’, and if you think racism exists in the hearts of evil others, or you believe that having a black friend unshackles you from racism’s hold, I dare you to read this book." - Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela Martina Dahlmanns, the daughter of parents who grew up in the shadow of post-war Germany, an adoptive mother of children who are black, and a member of a dialogue group of black and white women, urgently questions the very depths of what it means to be white in South Africa today. Her deeply personal memoir is unsettling because of what it reveals simultaneously about the enduring impact of inherited privilege and the repercussions of disadvantage Her book is unsettling, precisely because of what it reveals simultaneously about the enduring impact of inherited privilege and the repercussions of disadvantage. But it is Dahlmanns’ dialogue with Tumi Jonas—whose own reflections appear in the last section of the book—that reveals so much of what’s possible, yet potentially destructive, in relationships between black and white South Africans today.
|Total Pages||: 135|
|Genre||: Electronic Book|
Download Bureau publication United States Children s Bureau no 18 1916 Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
|Author||: Michelle Szabo,Shelley Koch|
|Publsiher||: Bloomsbury Publishing|
|Total Pages||: 280|
|Genre||: Social Science|
Download Food Masculinities and Home Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Long-held associations between women, home, food, and cooking are beginning to unravel as, in a growing number of households, men are taking on food and cooking responsibilities. At the same time, men's public foodwork continues to gain attention in the media and popular culture. The first of its kind, Food, Masculinities and Home focuses specifically on food in relation to how homemaking practices shape masculine identities and transform meanings of 'home'. The international, multidisciplinary contributors explore questions including how food practices shape masculinity and notions of home, and vice versa; the extent to which this gender shift challenges existing gender hierarchies; and how masculinities are being reshaped by the growing presence of men in kitchens and food-focused spaces. With ever-growing interest in both food and gender studies, this is a must-read for students and researchers in food studies, gender studies, cultural studies, sociology, geography, anthropology, and related fields.
|Author||: Dominic Knight|
|Publsiher||: Random House Australia|
|Total Pages||: 320|
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A witty, insightful romantic comedy, which draws on the author’s experience of both the comedy world, working in radio, and being immature and childless! For fans of David Nicholls, Ben Elton and Nick Hornby. Dan McIntyre isn’t ready to settle down. As a stand-up comedian with a career that’s taking off, it was easy to walk away from his girlfriend’s ultimatum: comedy or kids. But now he's starting to feel like he's the last man standing while all his friends are switching socialising for baby wipes. Sure, his mates are still wide awake at 3am with a bottle in their hand – but now it's for a very different reason. Dan reckons he spends enough time with spoiled brats in his day job wrangling a breakfast radio duo known as Bry Dynamite and Silly Sally. He can't understand why everyone's giving up their social lives for creatures who express themselves through loud, irritating noises and bodily fluids. But at least it's giving him material for a new comedy show, Man vs Child. Then Penny, the woman who broke his heart in high school, walks back into his life. She's newly single, and wants to reconnect with her old pal from French class – except now she has a one-year-old son...
|Author||: Jessie B. Ramey|
|Publsiher||: University of Illinois Press|
|Total Pages||: 271|
|Genre||: Family & Relationships|
Download Child Care in Black and White Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This innovative study examines the development of institutional childcare from 1878 to 1929, based on a comparison of two "sister" orphanages in Pittsburgh: the all-white United Presbyterian Orphan's Home and the all-black Home for Colored Children. Drawing on quantitative analysis of the records of more than 1,500 children living at the two orphanages, as well as census data, city logs, and contemporary social science surveys, this study raises new questions about the role of childcare in constructing and perpetrating social inequality in the United States.