"Poems focusing on universal emotions, as expressed by poets from diverse backgrounds, including Joseph Bruchac, Nikki Grimes, Lee Bennett Hopkins, Pat Mora, Janet S. Wong, and many others"--Provided by publisher.
Over the past thirty-five years, Between Parent and Child has helped millions of parents around the world strengthen their relationships with their children. Written by renowned psychologist Dr. Haim Ginott, this revolutionary book offered a straightforward prescription for empathetic yet disciplined child rearing and introduced new communication techniques that would change the way parents spoke with, and listened to, their children.
What events and processes occur in the lives of open and expressive boys that often change them into locked-down, uncommunicative adolescents? In this book, a counseling psychologist draws on her own extensive research to help your understand the communication challenges faced by your son or a boy you care about.
Rhythmic text exposes a bad mood on the prowl, and advises the reader not to hide, but to let those feelings be.
Through sweet, simple prose and vivid illustrations, this book encourages positive behavior as children see how very easy and rewarding it is to express kindness, appreciation, and love on a daily basis.
Harriet talks about love, how one can love someone but still be angry, and some of the ways to show love.
Mouse struggles to find the right way to express his anger, modeling the behavior of Hare, Bear, Hedgehog, and Bobcat, only to discover that his own way may be the best way of all.
his rhyming story describes each day in terms of a particular color which in turn is associated with specific emotions.
Helps young readers learn to recognize and identify different emotions, and explains what to do when those emotions get too big or become out of control.
When Katie Honors feels angry and out of control, her mother helps her to be herself again.
A brother and sister spend a day in preschool learning lessons about boundaries, such as that it is sometimes okay to make a lot of noise, but at other times one must be quiet.
Animal photographs and inspirational thoughts provide a pick-me-up for times when children feel tired, grumpy left out or think that nothing ever goes as planned.