Results 1–10 of 25 for "Children's Book"X related to "In the public interest--The boomers are..." Refine Your Search Refine Your Search TopicChildren (17)Emotional health (7)Education (6)Teens (5)ADHD (2) 12 more... [+] Disability (2)Parenting (2)Stress (2)Anger (1)Autism (1)Death & dying (1)Learning & memory (1)Personality (1)Shyness (1)Sleep (1)Therapy (1)Trauma (1)Hide detailsDocument TypeChildren's BookXYear2014 (1)2013 (7)2012 (3)2011 (7)2010 (7)Author/ContributorBennett, Howard J. (2)Gerrell, Spike (2)Grossberg, Blythe (2)Ische, Bryan (2)Moss, Wendy L. (2) 35 more... [+] Bansch, Helga (1)Ben-Ami, Uzi (1)Beyl, Charles (1)Bisaillon, Josée (1)Bogade, Maria (1)Callier, Marie-Isabelle (1)Carestio, Michael A. (1)Chang, Hae-Kyung (1)Craver, Marcella Marino (1)de Lestrade, Agnès (1)DeLuca-Acconi, Robin (1)Docampo, Valeria (1)Glasser, Debbie (1)Glasser, Judith M. (1)Hehenberger, Shelly (1)Hood, Korey K. (1)Janisch, Heinz (1)Kim, Young-Ah (1)Lamia, Mary C. (1)Lemniscates, (1)Maitland, Theresa E. Laurie (1)Mangan, Tricia (1)Masson, Annick (1)Nadeau, Kathleen G. (1)Pearce, Carl (1)Peterkin, Allan (1)Pidgen, Emmeline (1)Pinelli, Amerigo (1)Quinn, Patricia O. (1)Rubenstein, Lauren (1)Schenck, Emily (1)Shin, Ji-Soo (1)Stern, Judith M. (1)Straus, Susan Farber (1)Wenisch, Tanja (1)Hide details Results 1–10 of 25 Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: 1.Chillax!: How Ernie Learns to Chill Out, Relax, and Take Charge of His AngerThis book for kids ages 8–13 presents information on anger and body signals and offers six strategies to keep calm and retrain their brains to be more content.Children's Book (August 2011)2.How to Feel Good: 20 Things Teens Can DoThis book provides interactive exercises and questions to help teens recognize and understand why they feel the way they do and to change hurtful thought patterns and habits.Children's Book (September 2011)3.Being Me: A Kid's Guide to Boosting Confidence and Self-EsteemThis handy guide gives kids the tools they need to explore their strengths, feel successful, and be confident in school, with friends, and importantly, with themselves.Children's Book (November 2010)4.Learning to Feel Good and Stay Cool: Emotional Regulation Tools for Kids With AD/HDThis book is a practical guide for parents, clinicians, school counselors who are trying to help children with AD/HD learn how to feel good, how to problem-solve, and how to take charge of their feelings while minimizing their upsets.Children's Book (August 2013)5.Max Archer, Kid Detective: The Case of the Wet BedIn this story, Max, who used to wet the bed, now wants to share what he knows about staying dry.Children's Book (April 2011)6.New Kid, New Scene: A Guide to Moving and Switching SchoolsThis book gives kids the ins and outs of navigating new surroundings, making new friends (as well as staying in touch with old ones), and finding a place that feels like their own.Children's Book (September 2011)7.Asperger's Rules!: How to Make Sense of School and FriendsPacked full of information, this book covers common school situations and the uncommon challenges that they can present to a child with Asperger's.Children's Book (May 2012)8.The Flyaway BlanketThe Flyaway Blanket is a sweet story about attachment and bonding.Children's Book (November 2011)9.Phileas's Fortune: A Story About Self-ExpressionPhileas’s Fortune reveals the power of language and self-expression. Words are important, but what is more significant is the sincerity and character behind what is actually being said. Self-expression comes from deep inside.Children's Book (April 2010)10.Max Archer, Kid Detective: The Case of the Recurring StomachachesThis story addresses the big three causes of stomachaches - lactose intolerance, constipation, and stress - and uses kid-friendly stress-busting strategies to help children learn how to feel better.Children's Book (May 2012) Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: ADVERTISEMENT Results 1–10 of 25 for "Children's Book"X related to "In the public interest--The boomers are..."