The Babysitter's Handbook

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DK Pub., 1995 - Family & Relationships - 88 pages
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An indispensable practical guide for parents and babysitters to every aspect of child care. The Babysitter's Handbook covers every aspect of choosing a good babysitter. It is both a parent's personal guide to leave for the babysitter, and a babysitter's bible to take from house to house. A color-coded first-aid section gives clear advice on what to do in all situations a babysitter is likely to face. Plus, The Babysitter's Handbook gives insight on handling such things as tantrums and getting the kids to bed. A fill-in logbook section lets parents record essential information, and children's needs and preferences. A games and activities section gives you ways to keep children of all ages entertained for hours.

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Contents

Editor INTRODUCTION
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Copyright O 1995 Dorling Kindersley Limited London
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AND FIRST AID 4578
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Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Caroline Greene is a happily married mother to twin girls. She, her husband James, their daughters, and their dog Corky live in a house by the lake where they enjoy such activities as hiking, canoeing, and fishing. Although Caroline is an accomplished editor, Bullied is only her second book.

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