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  • Renee "time for books" - Another good oneI'll admit bias, I've like this series, and author, from the first. The characters are charming and refreshingly uncomplicated. The main charters don't carry emotional baggage that adversely affects their enjoyment of life, nor hold complicated agendas that cause them to act as they do. If you are looking for light refreshing mystery, look no further. If you are looking for a mystery with involved plots, complex characters or one that spotlight the darker-side of human nature keep looking--this is not the story or series of stories for you. One disconcerting note, the storyline - Mr J.L.B. Matekoni desire to do something special for adopted daughter Motholeli - is not the story line of this story. [One note, the books have words/abbreviations that US readers may be unfamiliar with and it was little off-putting for the first book I read. But I started listening to the series on tape and through enjoy them. The reader, Lisette Lecat is excellent. ]
  • Cynthia A. Forrest - Align is the probiotic for my IBSI have had Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Proctalgia Fugax since I was a child. I have tried many, many probiotics and medications to calm my colon. However, for some reason, this probiotic works for me. I am not sure why. If I do not take it one day, the spasms in my colon come right back. I just wish the cost of this product was less. The cost of about a dollar a pill is very expensive for me. But trips to the emergency room are VERY expensive and embarrassing.
  • seria - Helpful, studies-based approach to debunking pregnancy mythsThis is a really helpful, studies-based assessment of a number of assumed truths about pregnancy. Quick and interesting read. The author's working assumption is that women deserve good information regarding their pregnancies and have the intelligence and agency to make choices for themselves when given adequate information.
  • Red Robot "redrobot" - Wish I'd bought this sooner!Just bought this after a few rough trips this summer without a highchair. This is definitely an item I will make room for in my suitcase until my daughter is ready to sit on her own at the table. I brought this up to a friend's cabin for a long weekend. It attached easily to the multi-leaf table- I just aimed to have it attach to two of the middle leaves so it would be study and safe. We also carried it to the two restaurants that we visited and had no trouble there either. I would echo that this would be nearly impossible to use on your own- someone has to hold the squirming toddler while you get it set up- but it really is quick as long as you have two hands.

    I will use this portable high chair at family and friends' places and will keep this one at my place long after I retire my larger high chair (for young visitors). If we lived in a small apartment, this would definitely suffice as a main high chair, but since we have more space, I've liked the flexibility of moving the highchair around in the kitchen/dining area and the large attached tray for everyday use.

    I would absolutely recommend this product- particularly for independent babies/toddlers that do not like to sit on your lap or be held during mealtime.
  • MyPenName "Conservative Review" - Dissappointed ConservativeNo, I'm not a liberal pretending to be a conservative. I'm a real conservative who was dissappointed by this book. I actually agree with Ann's point of view. I'm dissappointed, however, by the fact that she didn't address the issue of "How To Talk To A Liberal". I'm dissappointed because I must deal with them. Sometimes I feel like I'm the only conservative in the entire state of California. I must live here. This is where I've made my career. This is where I've made my life, but the hate and anger that comes out of the liberals in this state when they talk about politics is simply overwhelming. It's crippling to constantly be around people who would rather strangle you than hear your point of view. It's crippling to know that no matter how hard you work, they still don't feel you deserve to keep your money, in fact, the harder you work, the less of your money they want you to keep. Far worse than having to suffer the dehumanizing effects of the modern liberal mindset, however, is the having to endure the rage and hatred that's directed at you if you disagree with it. The title of this book suggests that Ann is going to address this pressing issue. The title suggests that she'll be teaching us how to survive in a society so filled with hatred and rage towards conservatives. Sadly, she does not. All she does is review all the reasons we disagree with liberalalism in the first place. Though I agree with the points that she makes (except the suggestion that liberals understand the negative impact of their belief system), I'm dissappointed that she deal with how to talk to liberals. She told us how to make them angrier. This serves no purpose. You can't win someone over to your point of view by making them angrier, and frankly, they're NOT going to change their minds anyway. Ann, if you're reading, please write another book telling us how to deal with the rage and hatred that's directed at us. p.s. I gave the a 5 star rating anyway, since she's on our side.