By Anne D. Mather
The assets the following will consultant you alongside a pathway of self-assessment, discovery, and success. a suite of vignettes that support kids discover their emotions and family members values.
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Crispin is a dignified cat with an undignified way of life. He lives with a kin that easily does not get pleasure from him. (He feels. ) If he isn't blamed for issues that he did not do, then he's handled like a toy. Or worse, missed as though he have been a bit of furnishings. during this witty photo publication, teenagers could be amused by way of Crispin's arch tone of voice and surprised through the adventures he goals up in his intrepid, albeit imaginary, quest for an self sufficient existence, clear of his "tormenting" relations.
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18 Heroes 19 Being a Friend to Myself 20 Learning to Say No 21 A Difficult Friend 22 Handling a Teaser 23 Dancing Butterflies 24 The New Pen 25 Dr. Kid 26 In Charge of Me 27 A Girl Named Selamawit 28 The Chain of Love 29 When "Three's a Crowd" 30 Gearing Up for Headgear 31 First Day of Headgear 32 Word Watch 33 What Knitting and Thomas Edison Have in Common 34 I Don't Put Myself Down 35 Trusting Life 36 Laughitis 37 Making Lunches 38 Hugging Away Nightmares 39 Practical Jokes 40 One Way to Forgive 41 I Forgive 42 Forgiving Begins at Home 43 The Blade of Grass 44 Page iv Page The New Cousin 45 No Comparison 46 Gramps and the Mind Garden 47 Scarecrow 48 Mom Tells the Truth 49 Unanswered Prayers 50 Helping a Friend 51 The Middle-School Scaries 52 Being Liked 53 I Can Cope with This!
Yaquita puts a drop of glue on her strip of paper and carefully glues the ends together to form a circle. The other children add their strips, and a colorful chain is formed. Each week they will decorate new strips to add to the chain until it is long enough to go around the entire room. Positive thought: I surround myself with loving ideas about myself. Page 30 When "Three's a Crowd" Whenever Stephanie or her big sister had a friend over, Stephanie ended up in tears. "Nobody likes me," she told her mother.
Stephanie repeated these statements several times until they sounded familiar. Saying them seemed to make her feel better. Because she didn't want to forget these thoughts, she also had the idea to write them down in a little spiral notebook. " "When I get worried about sharing friends, I'm going to read these," Stephanie said. And she did. Positive thought: Reminding myself of good things about myself makes me feel better about myself and others. Page 31 Gearing Up for Headgear Noreen had to get braces.
The cat at the door: and other stories to live by by Anne D. Mather