Stacie Bloomfield, illustrator behind the popular children's brand Gingiber, brings her adorable animal illustrations to the world of coloring! These illustrations are sweet enough for children but smart enough for adults, and the book contains one coloring page for you and one coloring page for your child! Finally, a beautiful AND fun coloring book that you and your child can do together. Go on an adventure right in your living room! Dive into the ocean with charming whales and adorable narwhals! Explore the outdoors with lovable foxes, deer, and bears! Hit the safari with enchanting giraffes and elephants and so many more adorable creatures. With one page for you and one page for your child, you can sit side-by-side and create magic together. There are 26 illustrations for moms and 26 illustrations for kids, printed on high quality premium paper with perforations. Every 8x10 page is removable, making coloring together easy, and your finished creations easy to frame! This is truly a book that you and your child will love. Together.
Spend quality creative time with your little one with these twenty-three detailed coloring pages just for you, and twenty-three simpler coloring pages just for your child--all inspired by common biblical themes."
In Mommy, Teach Me author Barbara Curtis, a mother of twelve, shares secrets on how to turn everyday experiences into learning opportunities for preschool children. Designed as a user-friendly educational program, this book is filled with interactive exercises for parents to implement with their littlest ones at home. They will discover that while playing, drawing, and just being a kid, children can also be practicing muscle control, concentration, orderliness, and other basic skills that will help them with later education and all throughout life.
Relax. Release stress. Reflect on God's Word for inspiration. The beautiful artwork in this coloring book reinforces that children can show love to others, while it provides hours of coloring fun. Depending on the child's age, parent's may want to challenge him or her to read aloud or memorize the verses accompanying each illustration. No matter the child's age, coloring is a relaxing and rewarding way to spend time together.
Relax. Release stress. Grow in love. The lovely artwork and quotations from the Modern English Version of the Bible will help moms and their little ones explore the topic of love. As you color and reflect on the verses, you have the opportunity to discuss how love heals, forgives, develops, and more. Moms can read the scriptures and memorize them with their children while coloring. No matter the child's age, coloring is a relaxing and rewarding way to spend time together.
COLOR WITH ME is another unique coloring book for two in our series! Daddy & child sit across from each other to color these high-quality illustrations of tractors! Daddy & child share quality time as they color together in this keepsake-coloring book. Choose your favorite colors to add more details to the tractors or an optional farm scenery to the background to these minimal to detailed images of tractors. This timeless coloring book has some tractors that are gray-shaded images. Also available as a Brother & Me Coloring Book: Tractors in our Color With Me series! All of the coloring books in our Color With Me series are perfect gifts for birthdays, holidays, celebrations, or everyday fun! Other books available in our series: Daddy & Me, Mommy & Me, Grandma & Me, Grandpa & Me, and Friend & Me coloring books for two!
In "Mothers on the Move, " anthropologist Pamela Feldman-Savelsberg explores how Cameroonian women in Germany seek to establish their belonging through birthing and caring for children and what happens to their ties to places of origin and places of migration in the process. The book is about the social actions and webs of relationships through which Cameroonian women manage the tension between mobility and belonging. Marriage and reproduction have long involved movement for Bamileke and other Grassfields women. Feldman-Savelsberg argues that predicaments regarding reproduction ( reproductive insecurity ) and the perils of belonging motivate migration, from rural to urban areas, and from cities to transnational locales. But each movement engenders new problems of belonging. Women manage these challenges by building up relationships with others; maintaining them through stop-and-start, emotion-laden exchanges and circulating stories regarding how to get along with families, with migrant community organizations, and with German state and social service actors stories that then crystallize into collectively held orientations and repertoires. Rather than talking in generalizations about Cameroonian migrant mothers, Feldman-Savelsberg strives to introduce a variety of characters, each with her unique history, concerns, and voice. She also enlivens ideas about migration and networks by describing scenes for example, a hometown association s year-end party, a celebration for a new baby, and a visit to the Foreigner s Office that then place women s individual voices within significant social interactional contexts. This work makes an important contribution to our strong lists on African migration to Europe, African women s studies, and related areas."
The creators of "Mommy and Me" share their legendary wisdom about child-rearing with hundreds of activities--including games, recipes, and craft projects--designed to help mothers educate and bond with their children.