By Alan Bradley
Banished! is how twelve-year-old Flavia de Luce laments her challenge, whilst her father and Aunt Felicity send her off to overlook Bodycote’s lady Academy, the boarding university that her mom, Harriet, as soon as attended around the sea in Canada. The solar has now not but risen on Flavia’s first day in captivity while a present lands at her ft. Flavia being Flavia, a budding chemist and sleuth, that reward is a charred and mummified physique, which tumbles out of a bed room chimney. Now, whereas attending sessions, making buddies (and enemies), and assessing the school’s stern headmistress and college (one of whom is an acquitted murderess), Flavia is at the hunt for the victim’s id and time of loss of life, in addition to suspects, factors, and potential. Rumors swirl that pass over Bodycote’s is haunted, and that a number of ladies have disappeared with no hint. by way of fixing a number of mysteries, Flavia is as much as the task—but her precise future has but to be printed.
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KEY MESSAGE 2. Babies learn rapidly from the moment of birth. They grow and learn best when responsive and caring parents and other caregivers give them affection, attention and stimulation in addition to good nutrition, proper health care and protection. SUPPORTING INFORMATION Touch, hearing, smell, sight and taste are learning tools the child uses to explore and understand her or his world. Affection, attention and stimulation Children’s minds develop rapidly when they are talked to, touched and cuddled; when they see and hear familiar faces and voices; and when they handle different objects.
3. Every pregnancy is special. All pregnant women need at least four prenatal care visits to help ensure a safe and healthy pregnancy. Pregnant women and their families need to be able to recognize the signs of labour and the warning signs of pregnancy complications. They need to have plans and resources for obtaining skilled care for the birth and immediate help if problems arise. 4. Childbirth is the most critical period for the mother and her baby. Every pregnant woman must have a skilled birth attendant, such as a midwife, doctor or nurse, assisting her during childbirth, and she must also have timely access to specialized care if complications should occur.
For the mother and/or child with complications, the skilled birth attendant will: ● explain to the mother any complications she or her baby had and the treatment received and how she should continue to care for herself and her baby at home ● provide the mother with medications if necessary and instructions on how, when, and for how long to administer them ● identify and administer missing immunizations to the mother, including tetanus toxoid ● advise the mother and father or other caregivers on how to best care for their baby if born too soon or too small, or with other special needs ● schedule frequent follow-up visits to assess the health of the mother and her baby.
As Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust (Flavia de Luce Mysteries, Book 7) by Alan Bradley