This title speaks directly to the child or teenager about common issues such as recognizing confidence, being afraid of mistakes, comparing yourself to others, to help build their confidence and self-esteem. Uncluttered pages and use of clear headings, colourful diagrams and images makes it easy to read.
If any child or teenager you are working with answers no to:
Then the information shared in this title can help to turning those NOs into know-how? Being Me is loaded with tips and advice for taking on everyday challenges and for building up confidence and self-esteem. Inside they will find lots of ways to explore strengths and feel more confident in school, with friends...with everything!
This is a book to fill in and share with your dad. Write, draw and store your favourite memories of you and your dad in this beautiful picture book. It is a celebration of the special relationship between dads and their children. Store photographs, postcards and other special memorabilia in the pouch at the back of the book and write down favourite memories or shared experiences. Draw pictures in the provided spaces to tell your dad just how special he is. Features a gorgeous cloth spine, and a... More info
A Heart-warming celebration of individuality, imagination and the power of friendship. Dennis is an ordinary boy who expresses himself in extraordinary ways. Some children do show-and-tell. Dennis mimes his. Some children climb trees. Dennis is happy to BE a tree . . . But being a mime can be lonely. It isn't until Dennis meets a girl named Joy that he discovers the power of friendship and how special he truly is! At its core, this book is a heart-warming story of self-acceptance, courage, and unbreakable friendship for anyone who... More info
Meet Brown – the least used pencil in the box. He’s tall, geeky and lonely. Brown envies Red, Purple, Blue and all the other pencils who have fun colouring and playing together. Dark Green is trustworthy, Pink listens well, Orange has fun, and everybody likes Red! Brown doesn’t smile very often because he doesn’t get used much and hardly ever needs sharpening. When Brown asks the other pencils why no one likes him, he discovers that to have friends, he needs to be a good friend. If Brown... More info