The I'm Not Scared Book
School & Library
Relates the things that can frighten children and how these fears may be overcome.
The Manners Guide for Girls
An introduction to socially acceptable conduct in all sorts of situations.
I Can Be Safe
A First Look at Safety
Educates readers about safety, including the value of fear as a warning of danger, the need to beware of people whose behavior creates discomfort, and the importance of learning how to stay safe.
A Little Book of Manners for Boys
An introduction to the basics of good manners explains meeting and greeting people, proper telephone and mealtime behavior, and when it's acceptable to act weird with your friends.
Confessions of a Former Bully
After Katie gets caught teasing a schoolmate, she's sent to the school counselor to learn how to be a better friend; before long Katie realizes that bullying hurts others as well as herself, in a story told from the point of view of the bullier rather than the bullied, and one that provides kids with real-life tools they can use to identify and stop relational aggression.
Stick Up for Yourself!
Every Kid's Guide to Personal Power & Positive Self-Esteem
Discusses problems facing young people such as making choices, learning about and liking yourself, and solving problems.
A Smart Girl's Guide to Liking Herself-Even on the Bad Days
In an advice-filled book that helps teach girls to feel their best in all kinds of situations, girls will learn how high self-esteem can turn a good day into a great one, while low self-esteem can make a bad day even worse. Original. 40,000 first printing.
On My Way to a Happy Life
In a new book by the best-selling author, children will discover seven "Keys" to living a happy and meaningful life; these Keys, each of which has a section in the book dedicated to its explication, have their origins in ancient Indian teachings and give children what the author believes are the most important traits they can possess: the ability to love and have compassion for others.
I'm a Big Brother
Cheerful pictures and simple text combine in a story that focuses on the specific experiences of big brothers as they help care for a new baby. By the authors of How I Was Adopted.
What's Happening to Me?
A sympathetic, honest treatment of the physical and emotional changes occurring during adolescence answers the questions children ask most often