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See below for a selection of the latest books from Family & health category. Presented with a red border are the Family & health books that have been lovingly read and reviewed by the experts at Lovereading. With expert reading recommendations made by people with a passion for books and some unique features Lovereading will help you find great Family & health books and those from many more genres to read that will keep you inspired and entertained. And it's all free!
The Grandad Manual follows on from the success of the Dad Manual and offers lots of practical projects, activities and games, advice on care and wellbeing, and hints and tips on safety, setting boundaries and keeping calm under pressure. Mainly, however, the book is about having fun, with instructions on how to make a bow and arrows, bake a cake, construct a cardboard castle, make paper boats and more. * Packed with things to do with your grandchildren, whether they are 6 months or 16 years old * Includes exciting activities and projects as well as quiet crafting and downtime ideas * Illustrated throughout, and full of helpful guidelines for every aspect of caring for, and having fun with, the next generation
The seventh edition of Brook's Clinical Pediatric Endocrinology has been compiled by an experienced editorial team and internationally renowned contributors; it presents basic science and clinical management of endocrine disorders for all involved in the care of children and adolescents. It provides treatments for a variety of hormonal diseases, including diabetes and hypoglycaemia, growth problems, thyroid disease and disorders of puberty, sexual differentiation, calcium metabolism, steroid metabolism and hypopituitarism.
Since the founding of Aesop in 1987, its stores, products, and culture have been the expression of a complex, holistic set of carefully considered codes and principles. For the very first time within a book, the enigmatic brand documents the singular vision from which it was borne and the company customs that have allowed it to flourish. The volume includes recollections of the early formative days of Dennis Paphitis s hair salon and the first Melbourne store, tracing how and when Aesop s distinct approach to retail hospitality and its meticulous formulations were conceived. It ranges from the cohesion of the brand through to early packaging, iconography, and campaigns, without neglecting the more imperceptible codes that serve to unite all its stores and entice customers into them in over twenty regions around the world. What emerges is how Aesop s identity is a compound of its history and its singularity. The book also evokes the company s many inspirations: its fascination with the written word, the architects who have added their singular perspectives, and the partners and collaborators who have helped make Aesop so much more than simply a skincare company. Composed with photographs by the celebrated Japanese photographer Yutaka Yamamoto, this luxurious volume an aesthetic handbook of sorts argues the wisdom and intelligence of doing things well, doing them differently, and doing them for the long term.