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Baby

By Desmond Morris
Authors:
Desmond Morris
Babies are amazing, with incredible potential for growth and extraordinary powers of development. Desmond Morris's visually stunning and thought-provoking book sets out the astonishing facts to make you marvel at the complexity of the human body and a baby's ability to achieve so much in so little time.Covering learning and physical, emotional and social progress in the first two years as well as retrospective glimpses of life in the womb, Baby contains a wealth of fascinating information and captivating photographs. An engaging read and enchanting reference, Baby is the ideal gift or self-purchase for new parents, as well as anyone interested in how the human body works.
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Baby Book & Photo Album Pack

Baby Costumes

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Baby Massage

By Peter Walker
Authors:
Peter Walker
Being massaged makes babies relax and cope better with stress, improves their muscular coordination and flexibility and helps them straighten tightly flexed hands and legs. And who better to teach parents how to acquire these essential skills than Peter Walker, the world's best-known baby massage teacher. In this fully revised edition of his best-selling guide, he demonstrates vital new sequences essential for very young babies, which can be done while a baby is clothed.
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Baby Massage (Blue)

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Baby Milestones

By Carol Cooper
Authors:
Carol Cooper
Learn about the stages of early physical and emotional growth, learning and development and help your child achieve those important milestones, such as first words, first steps and first recognizable drawings. Doctor Carol Cooper advises on the best games and activities to help stimulate your child's mental, emotional and physical development and addresses common concerns, including key issues on health and safety.
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  • Baby Purees

    As we are increasingly aware of the perils of ready-made foods, packed with hidden sugar, salt and preservatives, it makes sense that the way to guarantee the best start in life is to make your baby's meals, from real food, from scratch. Having a new baby can be stressful and hectic so the Test Kitchen has created simple, nutritious meals from easily accessible ingredients that will satisfy all your baby's needs. In addition there are ideas that can be made in advance and saved for later occasions meaning you never have to turn to sugar-laden, shop-bought substitutes again.
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    Baby Touch

    By Wendy Kavanagh
    Authors:
    Wendy Kavanagh
    Research shows that babies who are massaged are more alert, gain weight faster and sleep more soundly while reflexology promotes relaxation and can help relieve discomforts such as colic. Massage can also reduce stress levels in parents, helping them to be more responsive to their babies' needs. This easy step-by-step guide shows how you can make calming and loving touch a part of your baby's daily routine from birth. Includes reflexology and head massage routines, plus ways to relieve common ailments such as colic, teething, earache and congestion.
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    Baby's Book - Your First Five Year

    Baby's Record Book

    By Amy Nebens, Claire Garland
    Authors:
    Amy Nebens
    Illustrated by:
    Claire Garland
    Chronicle your baby's life up to age five - a time of growth and discovery - in this well organised keepsake. Classic lullabies and nursery rhymes are placed throughout the book for you to entertain your growing child. Baby Record Book pairs charming illustrations with prompts that help parents to record their child's measurements, milestones and memorable events. Spacious pages allow plenty of room for photographs, and storage envelopes and pockets are perfect for preserving locks of hair and other mementos. Baby's Record Book will become the keepsake that parent and child can have forever to capture the magic of childhood.
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    Babycare Day by Day

    By Frances Williams
    Authors:
    Frances Williams
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  • Bake & Cook with Kids

    Getting kids to eat the widest possible range of foods and ingredients can be tricky - but once they have had a hand in making it, try stopping them. For recipes that you will be happy to eat as well, get your youngsters of all ages out from under the computer and into the kitchen.
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    bake-a-boo Bakery Cookbook

    By Zoe Athene Berkeley
    Authors:
    Zoe Athene Berkeley
    When she discovered that it was a gluten and dairy intolerance that were making her life a misery, Boo decided to find a way to cut out the bad stuff without sacrificing those sweet treats she had enjoyed since she was a child. Adapting those classic recipes for her own dietary needs, she found a way to indulge in delicious cakes, bakes and buns, all made from organic, locally sourced ingredients rather than chemical substitutes. A fashion designer by trade, Boo's cakes were such a hit with friends and family that she started selling them on her market stall, and before she knew it, a bakery was born. Combining her eye for vintage detail with her fond memories of her Granny's afternoon teas, Boo collected up her chintzy teapots, cups, saucers and doilies to create a hidden gem of a tea shop in the heart of North London. Boo's first cookery book, bake-a-boo includes 80 of the tea shop's most popular bakes, including her scrumptious High Tea menu, and many of the delicious gluten and dairy-free scones, cupcakes, cakes and tray bakes she serves at the shop and as part of the special themed parties she is famous for. Whether it's a baby's first birthday or a hen do with a twist, let bake-a-boo show you how to whip up the perfect spread for any occasion.
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  • The Baking Collection

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    Baking With Tiny Tots

    By Becky Johnson
    Authors:
    Becky Johnson
    A selection of recipes that the whole family will enjoy baking and eating. Easy-to-follow instructions for over 50 tasty cakes and bakes that kids will love to make. Children find it really rewarding to serve up food they've cooked themselves. And, as a bonus, cooking together encourages family time and develops important skills. Cooking teaches kids skills in a fun way - weighing out ingredients familiarizes them with numbers, while mixing, spreading and spooning aid co-ordination.
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    Barbecues

    Everyone loves barbecues - the sun, the smells, the smiles - however most of us would admit that we have a limited range when it comes to producing flame-grilled food. This book gives you over 200 tasty recipes to turn your barbecue into a barbie banquet! From quick and easy classics including Greek-style Lamb Burger and Coconut Butterfly Prawns to more meaty masterpieces such as Balsamic Steaks with Basil Mash and Tandoori Chicken, Barbecues' huge selection ensures that your barbie need never be boring again. There are also recipes for salads, desserts and drinks to make your barbecue complete.
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  • Barbecues & Grills

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    The Barking Blondes

    By Anna Webb, Jo Good
    Authors:
    Anna Webb, Jo Good
    When Jo saw Anna feeding Molly meatballs from her bra, she knew that here was awoman after her own heart. What she couldn't know was that this was the start of afriendship that would take them both on an incredible and bizarre journey.From nearly drowning in swimming pools during filming to tearing around Parisin search of Rin Tin Tin's grave, the more the dog world opened up to them, themore convinced they became, like Bardot and Mae West before them, that man isnot necessarily a girl's best friend.This is a hilarious, touching tale of how two women's lives were transformed bytheir pets.
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    Basic: Fitness On The Ball

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    Basic: Pumping Iron

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