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Our name finder has thousands of baby names to help you choose a beautiful name for your baby. You will find in this article everything about the name Evelina.
Introduced by the Normans in the English-speaking world, its modern popularization is due to the novel Eveline (1778) of great popularity in England.
Diminutive of Eva in French.
- Evelyn Laye, British actress (1900-1996)
- Evelyn Ashford, American athlete (1957)
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The cultural capital of Moldova, the next destination of the BookLand Caravan!
The BookLand caravan will open its doors on Thursday, November 1st, in Iullius Mall Shopping Center in Iasi, where it will remain until the end of the week: Sunday, November 11th. The unique BookLand urban book fair is waiting for you at the mall, in the city, with lots of surprises, special offers, raffles and promotions, on the playlist of over 9,000 book titles, music, movies and games, from over 70 of participating publishers, which he has prepared.
"Iulius Mall has always encouraged and supported cultural events, highly appreciated by the public in Iasi. We are convinced that this second consecutive edition of the BookLand Caravan in Iulius Mall Iasi will attract a large audience, interested in reading and eager. ", said Liliana Grecu, Marketing Manager Iulius Mall Iasi.
BookLand brings book, culture and art where people are already! Lovers of cultural events and not only, are waiting with exhibitions of painting, sculpture and public reading evenings, even where they do their shopping: in Iullius Mall, so as not to deviate too much from the road.
"We are looking forward to returning to Iasi, where we made many friends during the last edition. The public from Iasi, an avid cultural audience, received us at the first edition with warmth and enthusiasm. We are sure that this time you will be the same and we will have a great time together. " - Sorin Lucaci, coordinator of the BookLand Caravan.
Iullius Mall welcomes you to take your cultural part! The story goes on.
"BookLand comes where people are already. Don't call them, but follow them!"
The BookLand caravan is the newest book, music, film and games fair, located at the 2nd edition, present during the year 2012 in 39 cities in the country, for 42 weeks.
The BookLand concept is an innovative one, both through the geographical area of coverage and its breadth, bringing together thousands of titles under the same umbrella. BookLanders are expected with numerous prizes, contests, special offers and exceptional moments in the main shopping centers in Romania, as well as in the online bookstore www.book-land.ro.
Online bookstore www.book-land.ro
Under the same umbrella, BookLand also integrates the online bookstore - www.book-land.ro - a portal that offers the latest titles, recommendations, promotions and special offers in book, music, film, games, gifts and office, being at the disposal of its visitors and after the BookLand Caravan has left for a new destination.
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Riddle: Long ears, short tail
Long ears, short tail;
I run and jump very lightly.
Guess, guess ... Riddles for kids are a great way to stimulate intelligence, logic and creativity in your little ones. Also, this children's game provides a wonderful opportunity to spend time with the family.
For this reason, in GuiaInfantil we have created a fun application to play riddles as a family, with thousands of riddles to stimulate children in their learning and help them learn vocabulary with a fun game.
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Why does my child get angry when she doesn't get her way?
Try not to take it personally. Your toddler is undergoing some amazing changes right now and needs to be able to express her emotions. In the beginning, she wasn't aware of herself as a separate entity, a person with preferences and dislikes. Starting early in her second year, though, as her language skills and intellect developed, she began to discover her individuality, realizing that she was a "me" and an "I." That "me" wants her way, but hasn't yet learned self-control.
Imagine someone thwarting you when you tried to get something you really wanted — a raise at work, a much-needed vacation, or even your place in line at the bank. You'd probably get mad, just like your toddler does. But as an adult, you're able — at least ideally — to put your disappointment into perspective. Your child can't. Right now, every goal is important to her, and she doesn't understand that she may get what she wants later — but not right now, when she wants it. The promise of a future payoff ("We can't get you a treat now, but after we finish grocery shopping we can go to the toy store") doesn't soothe an impatient toddler since she has only a vague concept of time and exists primarily in the present.
Your child's reactions are a sign that her emotions are maturing as they should be. The intensity and frequency of her anger may also be a function of her temperament. Has she always been quick to take offense, fussy for long periods of time, or difficult to console? Some children, often described as spirited have more intense dispositions that make them more easily upset and more difficult to calm down. Consequently, they may at times seem truly inconsolable.
One thing you can do as a parent is to pick your battles and let her have her way when it makes sense, so that she gets what she wants some of the time. For example, if she demands to bring her stuffed bear and wear mismatched clothes to school, and there's a rule at school saying toys aren't allowed, you can let her choose what she wants to wear and say no to the bear. At least she can feel empowered because she got to make her own decision about what to wear that day.
Or you can try distracting her so she doesn't dwell on her feelings and becomes occupied with another task instead. If she is upset that you won't let her eat chocolate for breakfast, for example, make her laugh by taking a swig of milk and showing off your milk mustache. You'll be surprised at how easily distracted toddlers are. Finally, talk to your toddler about what she feels, and why she can't have what she wants. Explain the reasoning behind your refusal. For example, instead of simply saying "no" to her request for a second helping of pie, tell her, "We don't eat two desserts because that might give us a tummy ache."
What's most important is that you are able to set limits for your child without ruling with an iron fist. When your child is conscious of having reasonable boundaries (and knows that manipulation won't help her get away with anything) but also feels free to express her desires, she'll be able to learn one of life's basic lessons: You don't always get what you want.