Results 1–6 of 6 for "Children's Book"X related to "Sport Psychology Off the Field" Refine Your Search Refine Your Search TopicChildren (5)Anger (1)Disability (1)Personality (1)Sport & exercise (1) 1 more... [+] Teens (1)Hide detailsDocument TypeChildren's BookXYear2014 (1)2013 (1)2012 (1)2011 (2)2010 (1)Author/ContributorCraver, Marcella Marino (1)Greves, Julie (1)Hehenberger, Shelly (1)Hood, Korey K. (1)Ische, Bryan (1) 8 more... [+] Pillo, Cary (1)Pinelli, Amerigo (1)Rubenstein, Lauren (1)Sileo, Frank J. (1)Simmel, Mike (1)Skead, Robert (1)Tenhulzen, Katy (1)Wilkinson, Fred (1)Hide details Results 1–6 of 6 Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: 1.Mighty Mike Bounces Back: A Boy's Life With EpilepsyCo-written by a real-life basketball star with epilepsy, this empowering story helps kids learn to live comfortably with their epilepsy and to take control of their life.Children's Book (September 2011)2.Visiting FeelingsThrough purposeful and mindful exploration, this book harnesses a young child's innate capacity to fully experience the present moment and invites children to sense, explore, and befriend all of their feelings with acceptance and equanimity.Children's Book (September 2013)3.Type 1 Teens: A Guide to Managing Your Life With DiabetesThis book gives teens a slew of strategies and tips to manage their day-to-day lives with type 1 diabetes.Children's Book (June 2010)4.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)5.Sally Sore Loser: A Story About Winning and LosingThis book discusses being a good winner/loser as well as being a sore winner/loser, and give practical solutions to fixing the problem.Children's Book (August 2012)6.Upside Down and Backwards: A Sibling's Journey Through Childhood CancerThis story follows Bryce as he learns about his sister's cancer. He feels left out, jealous, worried, and struggles with fear and misconceptions about the disease. In the end, he learns to understand and better deal with the turmoil in his family.Children's Book (May 2014) Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: ADVERTISEMENT Results 1–6 of 6 for "Children's Book"X related to "Sport Psychology Off the Field"