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Published March, 2013
By Sophie Hartigan
Publisher: Random House (RHNZ Adult ebooks)
How you can help your baby and child's brain development through exercise and movement.An inspirational guide for parents detailing how everyday activity can keep their babies, toddlers and children healthy, build motor skills and muscle tone and, importantly, aid brain development. The author is co-founder of the well known Jumping Beans pre school exercise classes with Olympian, phys ed teacher and sports psychologist, Jerome Hartigan. The book is written in a warm, accessible style that sets it apart from the 'hot housing approach' of so many developmental books. Its detailed explanation of how each activity works on an area of the brain is unique and important.

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Published March, 2013
By Diane Levy
Publisher: Random House (RHNZ Adult ebooks)
Series: Parenting Tips
How to get your child from nappies and diapers into using the toilet themselves, written by a leading expert.An explanation of the process children go through when they learn how to use the toilet by themselves. Once you understand this process, you'll be able to help them learn to go by themselves.The books also has excellent advice on bedwetting issues with older children and it Includes frequently asked questions with sensible and helpful advice.

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Published March, 2013
By Chris Perkins
Publisher: Random House (RHNZ Adult ebooks)

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Published March, 2015
By Julie Tilsen, Sheila McNamee and David Nylund
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Therapeutic Conversations with Queer Youth is for practitioners who seek culturally responsive, socially-just ways of engaging queer youth in conversations that evoke imagination, provoke possibility, and honor the courageous resistance and arresting inventiveness of their young clients. The first therapy book that focuses on work with youth who construct queer identities (as differentiated from essentialized gay or lesbian identities), it s also the first to draw on queer theory and constructionist philosophy to inform practice with queer youth. Case vignettes and reflective exercises suitable for classroom use are provided through the commentary of five queer youth who served as cultural consultants to the research and writing of the book."

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Published March, 2013
By Dinah Bradley
Publisher: Random House (RHNZ Adult ebooks)
Retrain your breathing to manage your asthma medication and stress.A fully revised, updated (and renamed) edition of the successful 2002 Breathing Works for Asthma, this book is the asthma sufferer's indispensable companion. Roughly one person in seven experiences asthma at some time in their life. This fresh and original book looks at aspects of living with asthma in a unique and comprehensive way. In recent years, asthma patients may have been well informed about their drug management but less emphasis has been placed on physical coping skills and the importance of the correct use of the muscles of breathing. In Dynamic Breathing for Asthma two internationally recognised experts on breathing pattern disorders take you through a step by step breathing retraining process, which can help you to reduce medications, reduce stress levels, exercise comfortably and most importantly - breathe effectively.

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Published March, 2013
By Dinah Bradley and Tania Clifton-Smith
Publisher: Random House (RHNZ Adult ebooks)

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Published March, 2013
By Andrea Molloy
Publisher: Random House (RHNZ Adult ebooks)
Easy-to-understand material on endometriosis, which can often be debilitating and is increasingly common. Endometriosis affects one in five women and is also a leading cause of infertility.This book covers: diagnosis and treatment options; pain management techniques; self-care strategies; fertility issues; and how to take control of your health and gain support.This book is essential reading for women with endometriosis, their partners and families - it answers many frequently-asked questions about the condition. It includes interviews with leading endometriosis specialists as well as inspiring interviews with sufferers such as food writer Allyson Gofton, author Maggie Eyre and Goldenhorse's singer Kirsten Morelle, who have all lived with endometriosis. 'Andrea has written an informative and comprehensive guide book to endometriosis which includes easy-to-follow self-help tips so that the reader will feel knowledgeable about treatment and can actively be involved in disease management.'Deborah Bush QSM CEO New Zealand Endometriosis Foundation

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Published March, 2013
By Andrew Fiu
Publisher: Random House (RHNZ Adult ebooks)

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Published February, 2013
By Anne-Marie Mooney Cotter
Publisher: Ashgate

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Published February, 2013
By Jorge Armony and Patrik Vuilleumier
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

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