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I'm Lost
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|January 1, 1996

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Presents a situation where a child is lost at the zoo and encourages critical thinking on the part of the reader to resolve the problem.
Pick Up Your Socks . . . And Other Skills Growing Children Need!: A Practical Guide To Raising…

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Responsibility...a skill you can teach. Obedience vs responsibility...what's the difference, why both are important, see Chapter 1. Building skills...memory, motivation and language, common words to avoid that encourge irresponsible behavior, see Chapter 2.…
Mommy, Don't Go
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|January 1, 1996

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Now in their second editions, these stories help children ages 3-8 learn to solve social problems effectively and compassionately. Because the stories are interactive, kids are encouraged to consider several different ways of solving problems. If children don't…
I'm Scared
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|January 1, 1994

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Too often kids' feelings get ignored. This series helps children and adults accept and acknowledge their emotions. It also helps them distinguish between feelings and actions. Even more important, the stories give kids several ways to cope with feelings. They…
I'm Proud
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|January 1, 1992

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Too often kids’ feelings get ignored. "I’m Proud" is part of the "Dealing with Feelings" series that helps children and adults accept and acknowledge their emotions. It also helps them distinguish between feelings and actions. Even more important, the stories…
I Can't Wait
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|January 1, 1996

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Now in their second editions, these stories help children ages 3-8 learn to solve social problems effectively and compassionately. Because the stories are interactive, kids are encouraged to consider several different ways of solving problems. If children don't…
Helping Children With Their Feelings: Activities & Games For All Kinds Of Kids

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Providing the basics of a child’s emotional development, this book pays particular attention to children who have learning challenges related to autism, ADHD, sensory issues, or other developmental delays   A short course for busy parents, teachers,…
I Want to Play
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|January 1, 1996

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A young boy considers eight ways to get someone to play with him. Text encourages problem solving by looking at alternatives and possible consequences.
I'm Frustrated
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|January 1, 1992

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Too often kids' feelings get ignored. This series helps children and adults accept and acknowledge their emotions. It also helps them distinguish between feelings and actions. Even more important, the stories give kids several ways to cope with feelings by…
I'm Furious
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|January 1, 1994

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Too often kids' feelings get ignored. This series helps children and adults accept and acknowledge their emotions. It also helps them distinguish between feelings and actions. Even more important, the stories give kids several ways to cope with feelings. They…
Children And Chores: The Surprising Impact Of Chores On Kids' Futures

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Why parents should make the effort to involve children in household tasks, and how this effort can pay off in both the short term and in adulthood is detailed in this accessible guide. Based on research that documents how doing chores makes kids more responsible…
My Name Is Not Dummy
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|January 1, 1996

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Using a story about two friends, Jenny and Eduardo, explores the various ways Jenny might react when Eduardo calls her a dummy, and the consequences of her possible reactions.