|August 22, 2005
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With humor and exuberance, a compassionate problem-solving teacher shows classmate piglets who squeal incessantly on each other how to know when to tell and when to solve conflicts themselves. Includes Note to Parents and Teachers. Full-color illustrations.
|September 2, 2008
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Sally Sanders is good at everything she does, or so it seems. Secretly she is afraid that if she can't do something well, or be the best, she will feel like a failure. She is scared that she is not "good enough." As a perfectionist, hitting the wrong note at a…
by Marc Nemiroff
|October 14, 2003
A nonfiction book that describes the mechanics of the adoption process and the feelings that adoption engenders in an adopted child. Straightforward and complete account that informs and validates the child for both international and domestic adoptions.
|November 24, 2008
Murphy, a Tibetan Terrier puppy is told he is a >good luck dog' he is cheerful, happy, and loves to play and wag his tail. However, after going through two different homes and an animal shelter, Murphy starts to feel like a >bad luck dog' who nobody…
by Pat Palmer
|January 1, 2016
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A best friend has moved away? Dad no longer lives with the family? A favorite relative or pet has died. This warm and comforting book gently helps the grieving child identify his or her feelings-from denial and anger to guilt and sadness-and learn to accept and…
by Joyce Mills
|November 21, 2003
Written for children who may not survive their illness or for the children who know them, this tender and touching tale helps address feelings of disbelief, anger, and sadness, along with love and compassion. Amanda and Little Tree discover that their friend…
by Cornelia Maude Spelman
|January 1, 2003
This book offers children positive and upbeat examples about being themselves. The author portrays a very young guinea pig and friends feeling good about themselves through common situations readers will relate to.
|May 25, 2007
The story of a young girl whose father has recently died, which deals with the full range of emotions, questions, and worries that children have when a parent has died. Offers ways to remember and honor the lost parent, encourages the open sharing of feel.
|July 17, 2002
Fear of the dark is a common experience that most people outgrow. Parents know that the fear usually stops. but children often don't. This delightful and inventive story helps children use their imagination to change images of fear to images of interest, fun,…
by Isabelle Koch
|September 15, 1999
• A playful introduction to the practice of yoga for the health and well-being of your child. • Includes step-by-step instructions for more than 20 postures, as well as information on breathing and relaxation exercises. • Each posture is…
|September 23, 2005
With childlike innocence and humor, a young narrator living with his single father and brother explains divorce and it's grown-up words - like "New Arrangement," "Ideal Situation," and "Differences" - from a kid's point-of-view. Special emphasis is placed on…
by Norma Simon
|January 1, 1993
Portrays everyday situations in which children see themselves as "different" in family life, preferences, and aptitudes, and yet, feel that being different is all right.
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