Marcos Piangers will put us in the backseat between his daughters Anita and Aurora, as tells us more stories—some are moving, some are funny, and others are just plain disgusting. They're all about this completely common and extremely extraordinary thing called "being a dad." Nobody has children to get benefits, discounts, tax deductions, or free balloons at the mall. Children can deplete your savings account and cut short your hours of sleep. They'll get your new shirts dirty and draw on your walls. Actually, there's only one reason why we have children: to learn how to love other people more than you love yourself.
Share the road. Share the love and blessings of life! This inspirational gift book pairs sound driving tips with sound life tips handed down and presents to all of us drivers on the Road of Life in a fun and engaging style. Designed with a gift page for family, friends or loved ones to express, Thanks for sharing the Road of Life with me! it also pays tribute to the United States of America. Each of our beautiful states, listed alphabetically with apropos images, contains a hint of their own special qualities along with their date of statehood. Wonderfully illustrated and with 50 driving/life tips for 50 states, this gift book will touch your heart as it will touch the heart of another. Add your personal photos and as youll smile, the one you gift it to will smile too. You understand, as another understands... that life is an amazing adventurous journey meant to be shared with love, joy and faith.
All parents will tell you they learn as much from their children as their children learn from them. This truth is poignantly captured in Raising Dad: What Fathers & Sons Learn from Each Other by father-son authors Thom and Art Rainer.It was Art’s idea to write from a grown child’s perspective this tribute to his father’s successes as a parent. Inviting his father Thom to write postscripts to these reflections, another tender truth emerged. Dad’s memories about his own performance aren’t nearly as rose colored, giving those who read the book great inspiration to never stop growing and learning as a parent.All told, Raising Dad shares unforgettable lessons about faith, friendship, commitment, honesty, priorities—all the things that matter most in life between parents and children.
Three veteran dads offer their best practical advice so you can build awesome relationships with your kids. In partnership with the National Center for Fathering, they draw on their day-in, day-out experience to help you... creatively express care and affection in ways only a father can convey a positive perspective on life and the future teach, counsel, and guide in ways your children can receive and remember remind your kids--and yourself--that God is always there, listening and participating be a dad through all the stages of your kids' lives These time-tested ideas will reignite your passion for being a dad. You'll find the inspiration and know-how you need to engage with daughters and sons in the best ways possible and make your home their favorite place to be.
Featuring an assortment of colorful cars, My Daddy's Cool Car Collection is a fantastic story to read your son before tucking him into bed. Includes over 30 pages of dazzling cars and trucks that's tied together with a heartwarming message. From the author of My Little Pet Dragon and My Crazy Pet Frog. If you enjoy the messages in my other works, you won't be disappointed here.
There once lived a little timid girl. She had in her lifetime been abused, neglected, and rejected by many. She was fed and believed the lies that she would never be worth anything to anyone. So she used to consider putting an end to her very existence. That was until one day, she heard about a man named Jesusa man who loved her more than she could ever imagine. In Teach Me What Mama Didnt Know, author Angela Baker-Ward shares an intimate chronicle of her life both before and after she accepted the invitation from Jesus into her heart and asked him to be Lord over her life. It was from that very moment she began to see the dawning of new days filled with love, peace, and joy, and she offers this window into her life so that others may find the healing that only Christ can provide. Teach Me What Mama Didnt Know is a perfect book for both individual and group studies. Its a great gift to aid in passing on life instructions to friends and family. For anyone tired of the everyday struggles, for anyone trying to start over, and for anyone leaving behind a life of abuse, Teach Me What Mama Didnt Know can lead to you a life full of hope. Teach Me What Mama Didnt Know is biblically based, heartfelt advice, some drawn from explicit exploration of painful life experiences spiritually interpreted to transform trauma to triumph. - Dr. Donna, M.D.
When Allie's summer in Hollywood crashes and burns after her dad dumps her, she has two choices: crawl under the covers and cry for three months, or manipulate her way into getting a job at the farm stand that her friends (and some boys!) are working at for the summer. It's a no brainer for Allie, who isn't about to let her parents ruin her life. But when she shows up for her first day at work, she discovers that being assigned to a shovel dirt with a boy who thinks she's useless (which she might actually be, when it comes to farm work) is a sweaty, miserable torture that no girl deserves. When her friends make a bet that Allie can't win his heart, she suddenly finds herself with a challenge she can't afford to lose...for more than one reason. Books in the Mapleville High Series: The Truth About Thongs How to Date a Bad Boy Pedicures Don't Like Dir Geeks Can Be Hot The Fake Boyfriend Experiment Ice Cream, Jealousy & Other Dating Tips
"Find Arizopal " With those words from his desperately ill father, fifteen year-old Griffin begins his journey to the Great Forest of Shee, a mystical place, and difficult to navigate. The Great Forest is Faerie itself and during his quest, Griffin will meet many magical and sometimes fearsome dwellers there. Befriended by some, challenged by others, Griffin finds he is not the person he thought he was. But who is he? He has to use his wits and call on new friends to figure out first, how to save his father, next, how to rescue his mother and a beautiful half-elf named Indigo. And finally, how will he keep the Great Forest itself from being destroyed?