How to be a Friend: A Guide to Making Friends and Keeping Them -The perfect tool for parents and professionals working with children to build social confidence and explore playground politics.
*Publish Date*: March 2014 I'm never playing with Quentin again! Never, never, NEVER! I can play with Tony — he likes dinosaurs. I can play with Nadia — she likes tea parties. I can play with Jerry — he likes hide-and-go seek. I can play with Estelle — she makes me laugh. Or I can play with Quentin. Wonder what he's doing? Reading this book with your child can be a fun way to talk about friendship, conflicts with friends, and forgiveness. A Note to Parents and Caregivers written... More info
A life lesson that all parents want their children to learn: It’s OK to make a mistake. In fact, hooray for mistakes! A mistake is an adventure in creativity, a portal of discovery. A spill doesn’t ruin a drawing—not when it becomes the shape of a goofy animal. And an accidental tear in your paper? Don’t be upset about it when you can turn it into the roaring mouth of an alligator. Barney Saltzberg, the effervescent spirit behind Good Egg, offers a one-of-a-kind interactive book that shows young readers... More info
When a child is in pain, imagining scenes that are soothing or uplifting may help reduce the discomfort. Imagine a Rainbow is a beautiful tool for introducing children to the idea of using their imaginations to cope with pain, whether by itself or as part of a more comprehensive pain management plan. The book also includes an extensive Note to Parents that explains the techniques of imagery and deep breathing, and how to help children use them. *Brenda S. Miles*, PhD, is a clinical paediatric neuropsychologist who lives in Toronto,... More info