Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

i'm waiting for my dad to finish this book b4 i can read it!...the wait is killing me!...*S*S*S*...

  • This book would make a great gift for expectant parents.

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  • Get set for romping and rhyming fun! Young ones will love counting backwards as they watch eight monkeys disappear one by one with each turn of the page in this delightful tale.

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  • is there anything more relaxing than a cozy nap in a warm house on a rainy day? Every inhabitant of the The Napping House manages to pile on to granny's bed for a few sociable ZZZZZs, until that darn wakeful flea appears!

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  • A child tucked into bed delays going to sleep, needing reassurance of her mother's love. The youngster asks, "Would you still love me....if I were a big scary ape?" or "a super smelly skunk" or "a terrible meat-eating dinosaur," a... A child tucked into bed delays going to sleep, needing reassurance of her mother's love. The youngster asks, "Would you still love me....if I were a big scary ape?" or "a super smelly skunk" or "a terrible meat-eating dinosaur," and the list continues. No matter what horrible creature is imagined, Mama says she will always love and care for her child.

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  • This bedtime story is likely to strike a chord with young listeners. A gentle, rhyming text intersperses train noises with a getting-ready-for-bed routine with a railroad-inspired theme. Brightly colored cartoon illustrations pict... This bedtime story is likely to strike a chord with young listeners. A gentle, rhyming text intersperses train noises with a getting-ready-for-bed routine with a railroad-inspired theme. Brightly colored cartoon illustrations picture children in their beds being pulled along by the engine. They ride through tunnels, over bridges, and past fields of sheep. The words flow fairly well, with only a few minor skips, and the sounds mixed with bedtime sounds (Rock-a, rock-a, rock-a, rock-a–Shhhhhhhhhhh! Shhhhhhhhhhh!) will delight youngsters and have them chiming in.

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  • Kids and parents will love our Squirt Baby Food Dispensing Spoon by Boon. The Squirt baby food dispensing spoon allows for convenient feeding, one bite at a time. The easy-to-fill bulb holds up to 3 ounces of baby food and attache... Kids and parents will love our Squirt Baby Food Dispensing Spoon by Boon. The Squirt baby food dispensing spoon allows for convenient feeding, one bite at a time. The easy-to-fill bulb holds up to 3 ounces of baby food and attaches firmly to the spoon end. Simply squeeze the bulb to dispense just the right amount of food. Squirt comes with a protective cover to seal food in and keep the spoon clean between feedings. By combining the spoon and food container into one product, Squirt makes one-handed feeding a snap

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  • This clever invention may not only save me from little disasters while I'm out and about with the kids but it could also mean an end to the ritual of scraping my dining table each eek to remove the crusty film that has firmly sett... This clever invention may not only save me from little disasters while I'm out and about with the kids but it could also mean an end to the ritual of scraping my dining table each eek to remove the crusty film that has firmly settled there. This is definitely at the top of my Christmas list.

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  • Back in 1988, when I first watched Beetlejuice as a kid, it scared me because things just jumped out at you unexpectedly. Then after I watched it second time, I wasn't scared at all. But now...whenever I watch this movie, it a... Back in 1988, when I first watched Beetlejuice as a kid, it scared me because things just jumped out at you unexpectedly. Then after I watched it second time, I wasn't scared at all. But now...whenever I watch this movie, it always made me smile. Why? I guess it has to do with my childhood. :-)

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  • Scandalize your rightwing conservative expecting friends by offering them this book. Mills, a touring punk musician, silversmith, anarchist and pacifist, wrote the book based on her experiences as a punk parent, trying to raise... Scandalize your rightwing conservative expecting friends by offering them this book. Mills, a touring punk musician, silversmith, anarchist and pacifist, wrote the book based on her experiences as a punk parent, trying to raise a baby without "gender-coding," punishment, or authoritarianism, in a world that is hardly cooperative to such goals.

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  • I don't really know how to describe this movie and still make it sound watchable. So I'll just say this, it's a brilliant film with an oscar nominated roll from Winslet. Ultimately, it explores, at a deep level, society and love i... I don't really know how to describe this movie and still make it sound watchable. So I'll just say this, it's a brilliant film with an oscar nominated roll from Winslet. Ultimately, it explores, at a deep level, society and love in suburbia.

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  • Mary Tyler Moore blew me away with her performance as the distant, cold-hearted mother in this movie. Knowing her only as the buoyant Mary of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show", I was even more chilled by her character's inability to co... Mary Tyler Moore blew me away with her performance as the distant, cold-hearted mother in this movie. Knowing her only as the buoyant Mary of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show", I was even more chilled by her character's inability to connect with anyone but herself. And although Timothy Hutton's struggles are primarily psychological, he makes them almost tangible through his vibrant and honest portrayal of a young man who has lost sight of what he wants from life . . . and if he really wants to live.

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  • Based upon the novel by journalist Anna Quindlen, this film explores the reality of rediscovering your parents as an adult child . . . and then learning how to parent them in return. Both the book and the movie will resonate with... Based upon the novel by journalist Anna Quindlen, this film explores the reality of rediscovering your parents as an adult child . . . and then learning how to parent them in return. Both the book and the movie will resonate with parents and adult children alike. ( Arm yourself with tissues before you read or watch. )

  • This is a pretty rad toy for enriching your child's learning experience. Use the special "pen" to scan over words in compatible books and it will recognize and read the words for your child. This will help with their reading compr... This is a pretty rad toy for enriching your child's learning experience. Use the special "pen" to scan over words in compatible books and it will recognize and read the words for your child. This will help with their reading comprehension, pronunciation, spelling, and related skill sets.

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  • A fun and colorful book for baby folding. Even if you can't quite master the art of wrapping your baby (my son was houdini when it came to unwrapping himself), it will at least inspire you to go out and buy some amazingly colored ... A fun and colorful book for baby folding. Even if you can't quite master the art of wrapping your baby (my son was houdini when it came to unwrapping himself), it will at least inspire you to go out and buy some amazingly colored baby blankets. I will definitely be wrapping my next child, if only to buy the blankets!

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  • My son adores this personal CD player his aunt picked up for Christmas. It plays small plastic CDs over and over again and has 24 different tunes. Both of my kids like to dance to the music and so far has withstood the abuse of tw... My son adores this personal CD player his aunt picked up for Christmas. It plays small plastic CDs over and over again and has 24 different tunes. Both of my kids like to dance to the music and so far has withstood the abuse of two small children under two. I highly recommend this toy to anyone looking for a gift for a 1-4 year old.

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