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Children’s Book About Turtles
It is funny how we think every reptile that wears a shell on its back is automatically a turtle. This just isn’t so. There are turtles, terrapins and the tortoise For the most part, the tortoise is pretty easy to distinguish from the other two. Tortoises live on land in the warmer parts of the world. They eat mostly plant material like, grasses, weeds, flowers, leafy greens and fruits. Plus, they can reach weights of over 400 pounds (181 kilograms)!
The tortoise has a tremendous lifespan, some can live upwards to 85 years, while the Giant Tortoise has been known to reach over 150 years-old. Like their shelled-cousins, tortoises also dig burrows to lay their eggs in. Once the female covers her eggs up, she is finished with the mothering process and the hatched babies have to fend for themselves.
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Children’s Book About Lying
I’m sure growing up we were all told at one time or another that lying isn’t nice – especially if you were caught red-handed in one. But did we really learn from the humiliation and embarrassment of that situation?
If we were to keep track of each lie we told each day for a week, we may be amazed at just how many untruths slip past our lips. Sure we can justify them by saying that these “little white lies” are saving people’s feelings. But is this really why we lie? Is it the person’s feelings we are considering or our own personal discomfort with the situation?
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1/1/2015 B00GQZE68A http://goo.gl/Ky7KJr Children’s Book About Motorcycles: A Kids Picture Book About Motorcycles with Photos and Fun Facts
Free Parenting Special Report and Ebook of the Week – FREE pdf
This week’s Free Parenting Special Report by our partner Ginger Hill Creations is part of their Better Parenting Series. They are making their Special Reports available to our subscribers completely free. Just click on the link to go to their download page. The download is immediate.
Title: Thermee: How to Get the Most Out of Your No-Contact Digital Thermometer
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