Just Me in the Tub

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Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 0307128164
Release Date: 1994
Genre: Bath time

Little Critter has great fun taking a bath with all his toys

The Storytime Handbook

Author: Nina Schatzkamer Miller
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 9781476603537
Release Date: 2014-01-23
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines

Fresh, fun ideas for children’s storytime fill this book. The author, a long-time storytime facilitator, has put together 52 weekly themes plus additional plans for holidays, all with detailed instructions for talking about the theme and choosing the books, crafts, songs, poems, games and snacks. Each storytime idea is illustrated with photographs of a suggested craft and snack for easy reference. Libraries, bookstores, preschools and parents alike can use this book to offer themed storytimes that include discussion, literature, art, music, movement and food. Options are provided for each storytime, so the ideas can be used year after year.

Little Critter s Family Album

Author: Mercer Mayer
Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 9781524766191
Release Date: 2018
Genre: Juvenile Fiction

A Little Critter collection featuring 7 classic books all about family! Mercer Mayer's Little Critter wants you to meet his whole family in this endearing collection of 7 classic stories. Thanks to Little Critter and his mom, dad, sister, brother, grandma, and grandpa, Little Critter's Family Album will delight readers with its one-of-a-kind moments of humor and heart. Includes Just Me and My Mom Just Me and My Dad Just Me and My Little Brother Me Too! Just Grandma and Me Just Grandpa and Me Just Me and My Puppy

The Gender Line

Author: Nancy Levit
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 9780814751220
Release Date: 2000-03-01
Genre: Law

Despite tremendous advances in civil rights, we live in a world where the sexes remain sharply segregated from birth to death: in names, clothing, social groupings, and possessions; in occupations, civic association, and domestic roles. Gender separatism, so pervasive as to be almost invisible, permeates the fabric of our daily social routines. Preferring a notion of gender that is fluid and contextual, and denying that separatism is inevitable, Nancy Levit dismantles the myths of gender essentialism Drawing on a wealth of interdisciplinary data regarding the biological and cultural origins of sex differences, Levit provides a fresh perspective on gendered behaviors and argues the need for careful cultivation of new relations between the sexes. With its focus particularly on men, The Gender Line offers an insightful overview of the construction of gender and the damaging effects of its stereotypes. Levit analyzes the ways in which law legitimizes the social segregation of the sexes through legal decisions regarding custody, employment, education, sexual harassment, and criminal law. In so doing, she illustrates the ways in which men's and women's oppressions are intertwined and how law molds the very definition of masculinity. Applying feminist methodology to the doctrine of feminism itself, Levit artfully demonstrates that gender separatism infects even our contemporary views of feminism. Levit asks questions that have been too long been unspoken--those that lie at the core of the feminist project, yet threaten its very foundations. Revealing masculinity as both a privileged and a victimized condition, she calls for a step forward, past the bounds of contemporary feminism and its conflicts, toward a more egalitarian and inclusive feminism. This brand of feminism would reshape traditional masculinity, invite men into feminist dialogue, and claim men as political allies.

These Are My Pets

Author: Mercer Mayer
Publisher: Golden Books
ISBN: 0307116646
Release Date: 1988
Genre: Juvenile Fiction

Little Critter describes his pets which include a frog, turtle, fish, dog, kitten, bug, and snake.

Verdammte Schei e schlaf ein

Author: Adam Mansbach
Publisher: Dumont Buchverlag
ISBN: 9783832185893
Release Date: 2011-08-18
Genre: Humor

Wer Kinder hat, weiß, dass Kuscheltiere und eine Gute-Nacht-Geschichte nicht immer helfen. Allzu oft bleibt ›Schlaf, Kindchen, schlaf‹ ein frommer Wunsch. Dann hockt man auf der Bettkante und könnte – bei aller Liebe – heulen vor Wut. ›Verdammte Scheiße, schlaf ein!‹ zeigt die ungeschminkte Wahrheit und ist dabei so komisch, dass man sich die Verzweiflung von der Seele lacht. »Muss noch immer lachen und weinen – ein scheißgutes Buch.« Julia Franck