The Childminder`s Companion

Released on: February 12, 2008, 7:52 am

Press Release Author: WeBooks

Industry: Advertising

Press Release Summary: This new e-book offers ideas for adults working with children
and covers the full spectrum of child issues.

Press Release Body: Hosted by, "The Childminder's Companion', is a
companion to Allison Lee's first book, \"Starting Your Own Childminding Business\". It
will provide an essential guide for all child care practitioners working in a
home-based setting, and explores the following subjects:

. Keeping parents happy
. Keeping children happy
. Safety in the childcare setting
. Factors influencing children\'s behaviour
. Unwanted behaviour
. Encouraging positive behaviour
. Child development
. Suitable activities for children

Visitors can read the whole book for free online, or download a PDF from the online
shop for future reference.

Allison Lee has written this book as a companion to her first book \'Starting Your
Own Childminding Business'. She has been minding children herself for over 11 years
and is employed part-time by the National Childminding Association as a Support
Childminder giving help and advice to other practitioners. Allison has also written
childminding courses for ISC Learning Direct and for UK Open-Learning Direct.

On the Webooks website, users can also read the author's blog and find useful
websites in the directory.

With over 200 Webooks set to go online during the remainder of 2008, visitors can
also sign up to the newsletter to receive alerts when new titles are added to the
online library.

You can read the book on the WeBooks website below:


45 Lafone Street
London SE1 2LX
+44 207 397 5412

Notes to Editors

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work, family, leisure and lifestyle sectors. Visitors can read all or part of any of
our titles online, or download a PDF version for a small fee.

2. On the Webooks site, users can read authors' blogs and updates, post feedback,
interact with other users in the forum and find useful websites in the directory.

3. 'We books' is a joint venture between How to Books and On the Move Ltd.

Web Site:

Contact Details: 45 Lafone Street
London SE1 2LX
+44 207 397 5412

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