How Cool are Your Parents or Not
Question: What can you do when your parents behave strangely? Answer: Don't panic! They might just be suffering from 'Fedupwithbeingadultitis'. This book will tell you everything you need to know about parents, from what makes them temporarily turn into fire-breathing dragons to why they're obsessed with vegetables, plus all the top-secret things you need to know to decode them. Find out how cool YOUR parents are with this hilarious bestselling book, packed full of funny facts and hilarious neon-bright illustrations. Also includes amazing monster door hanger!
COOL STUFF YOUR PARENTS NEVER TOLD YOU ABOUT PARENTING
Cool Stuff Your Parents Never Told You About Parenting is written by an early childhood education expert who is a mother, a kindergarten teacher trainer, an early childhood educator and a kindergarten curriculum developer. It provides parents with in-depth understanding on how and why children learn, think and behave so differently form us, so that parents can help their children develop the necessary skills required for meeting the demands of the 21st century. This book has a unique combination of research findings, underlying principles, step-by-step guide and practical suggestions to some contemporary issues such as how parents can enhance their children’s intelligence from infancy, selecting good quality early childhood education programs, promoting creativity and character development and dealing with over exposure to the screen culture. Specifically designed for parents, teachers, childcare workers, nannies, grandparents, parents-to-be and all those who are passionate about young children aged from zero to eight years, this book will help them understand the true nature of young children and work with them effectively.
Whoever put the 'sleep' in sleep-over must have never attended one. The Sleepover Journal is both the ultimate party planner and a fill-in journal. It includes food recipes, games, and playful group activities; a guest book for friends to fill out when they arrive; truth-or-dare suggestions; sleepover scrapbook pages; twenty colorful stickers; and a light pen for bedtime note-passing.
How Not to Move Back In With Your Parents
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Cool Confident and Strong
Created just for girls, Cool, Confident and Strong helps young women tackle the many day-to-day issues they face. From self-esteem and body image to dating and surviving cliques Cool, Confident and Strong teaches girls how to remain true to themselves and make choices that respect their values, boundaries and bodies. Also included are a mother/daughter discussion guide, resources for teenage girls and tips for starting your own Cool, Confident and Strong reading group.
How to Raise Your Parents
Being a teen (or the parent of a teen) doesn't have to be so hard. How to Raise Your Parents will help teens and their parents navigate those years between training bras and keys to the family car. In a voice teens will relate to and parents will appreciate, author Sarah O'Leary Burningham offers smart advice about negotiation and parental hot buttons and a little insight about what the world looks like from a parent's point of view.
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Tough Kids Cool Counseling
Tough Kids, Cool Counseling offers creative techniques for overcoming resistance, fostering constructive therapy relationships, and generating opportunities for client change and growth. This edition includes a new chapter on resistance busters and updated and fresh ideas for establishing rapport, carrying out informal assessments, improving negative moods, modifying maladaptive behaviors, and educating parents. Suicide assessment, medication referrals, and therapy termination are also discussed. John and Rita Sommers-Flanagan clearly enjoy working with kids—no matter how tough—and their infectious spirit and proven techniques will help you bring renewed energy into the counseling process. *Requests for digital versions from the ACA can be found on wiley.com. *To request print copies, please visit the ACA website.