What do you get the person who has everything? What if you knit them a gift?! Knitting isn't what it used to be--today it's actually cool! A handmade knitted beanie sells for over $50, but if you do it yourself, it's only the cost of the yarn and your time. If you want to save money and give a personal gift that will be appreciated for years, then you need this book! It's perfect for the person who always wanted to knit but never had the time to learn-our quick and easy approach will have you knitting in no time! We'll show you how to knit beanies, socks, rugs, afghans, handbags, cardigans, toys, baby sweaters, and so much more!
A book of simple prayers and reflections that a grown up can say with a baby and know they are beginning to enact the undertakings they gave at the infant's dedication to help raise them in the Christian faith. The prayers have been chosen and presented to be age-appropriate and appealing to young children and adults alike. This book includes some of the favourite childhood prayers that older generations will remember as favourites to know by heart. The cover is padded, gloss white with illustration and foil titling.
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Whos under there playing hide and seek Can you see the babies Lets take a peek. Read the rhymes and lift the flaps to find the faces. Look out for the mirror at the back of the book Perfect for babies and very young children. Also available Peekaboo Moo Peekaboo Moon Peekaboo Zoo
Throughout the Chapters of the text, the author takes you on a journey exploring the captivating and alluring charms of the Caribbean Sea, with its rich diverse ecosystems, marine life, coral reefs and its many fascinating activities which lure tourists to the region year after year. It is indeed a picture of a haven of rest and relaxation as in the account of the genesis story of Adam and Eve. This picture of an idyllic haven is however juxtaposed against the realities which threaten the region such as the threats of marine pollution in its varied forms, climate change, global warming, degradation and destruction of the ecosystems including the destruction of the coral reefs and marine life. The author therefore examines the challenges to marine governance and the need to preserve and protect the Caribbean Sea for both present and future generations, especially since several of the fragile and vulnerable economies of the region depend heavily on the Caribbean Sea to generate their economic growth and development. Within her text, she seeks to present a case for designating the Sea as a special area in the context of sustainable development and to explore the legal implications of this designation.
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