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  • 1.Bumblebee Bike
    In this story, a young boy learns how borrowing without asking makes other people feel and sets out to make things right.
    Children's Book (May 2014)
  • 2.No, No, NO!
    A charming portrayal of childhood defiance, No, No, NO! stresses the normalcy of this developmental stage and encourages patience, humor, and understanding in both the child and the parent.
    Children's Book (April 2013)
  • 3.How to Feel Good: 20 Things Teens Can Do
    This 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)
  • 4.Not Every Princess
    This book takes readers on a poetic journey gently questioning the rigid construction of gender roles and inspiring readers to access their imaginations and challenge societal expectations.
    Children's Book (May 2014)
  • 5.Good Night Giants
    Rather than counting sheep, a young boy counts giants to help himself fall asleep at night.
    Children's Book (March 2011)
  • 6.My Diary: The Totally True Story of ME!
    This book, designed to look like a real diary, presents one girl's thoughts on sadness, disappointment, arguments, new life, freedom, joy, happiness, courage, fear, war, death, peace, solitude, growing, and hope.
    Children's Book (May 2011)
  • 7.Jessica and the Wolf: A Story for Children Who Have Bad Dreams
    This book will teach children to confront their nighttime fears and deal with bad dreams.
    Children's Book
  • 8.Ready for Take-Off: Preparing Your Teen With ADHD or LD for College
    This book lays out a plan to keep students with ADHD or LD in college by first teaching parents to prepare their teen for take-off and their first solo flight away from the home.
    Children's Book (November 2010)
  • 9.Shy Spaghetti and Excited Eggs: A Kid's Menu of Feelings
    This lighthearted and whimsical kid-friendly book helps kids learn to recognize and identify their own emotions and what to do when those feelings get too big or out of control.
    Children's Book (May 2011)
  • 10.How Do You Doodle? Drawing My Feelings and Emotions
    As an alternative to written journaling, How Do You Doodle? is an interactive diary-doodle book for kids to scribble, doodle, and draw out their thoughts, emotions, and feelings.
    Children's Book (April 2013)
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