How to Be a Friend: A Guide to Making Friends and Keeping Them (Dino Tales: Life Guides for Families) by Laurie Krasny Brown
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Fun dinosaur characters teach young children all about friendship--the value of friends, how to make friends, and how to be a good friend. With playful full-color illustrations, Laurie Krasny Brown and Marc Brown help kids cope with everyday social situations and learn: Who can be your friend. How to show someone you would like to be friends. How to handle bosses and bullies. The best ways to be a friend and ways not to be a friend. Ways to settle an argument with a friend.
Goodbye Butterflies: A Story About Overcoming Fear and Making New Friends by Gerzalle A Blanks
Publisher: Perfect Page Publishing
Have you ever been the "new kid" at your school? Can you say... SCARY?! Well, you can relate to Jasmine Jones! She is a 3rd grader that is extremely nervous about transferring to a new school. She just knows this will be the worst day ever! However, as the day goes by she realizes that each friend she meets shares a common interest with her. This makes her first day experience better than she expected!
Social Skills Activities for Kids: 50 Fun Exercises for Making Friends, Talking and Listening, and Understanding Social Rules by Natasha Daniels
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Learn Everyday Social Skills and Have Fun, Too! What are the Dos and Don'ts for making and keeping friends? How can you decode body language clues? What's the best way to keep a conversation going? Just like learning multiplication tables, social skills don't come naturally--every child has to learn them. Luckily, this book makes mastering social skills super fun with 50 awesome activities. Social Skills Activities for Kids gives children the confidence to successfully navigate social situations at home, school, and the world in between. From keeping the conversation ball moving to learning to compromise to practicing good table manners, these engaging activities help kids develop and use their social skills super powers. Inside Social Skills Activities for Kids, you'll find: Life Lessons--Kids learn how to handle everyday social situations like communicating with peers and adults, using and interpreting body language, reading social cues, and more. 50 Interactive Activities--Games, fill-in-the-blank exercises, and reflective entries keep kids learning and engaged. Real Scenarios--Includes up-to-date topics like bullying and using social media. Get the courage to be your very best self with Social Skills Activities for Kids.
How to Houseplant: A Beginner’s Guide to Making and Keeping Plant Friends by Heather Rodino
Cultivating houseplants is more popular than ever, and this fun, gifty guide introduces you to one of today's hottest retro activities! Heather Rodino offers a colorfully illustrated overview of caring for your indoor garden, profiling 50 of the most popular houseplants, from succulents to tropical foliage. Her accessible advice, tips, and lists will give novices the confidence they need to begin nurturing their own collection.
Growing Friendships: A Kids' Guide to Making and Keeping Friends by Dr. Eileen Kennedy-Moore
Publisher: Aladdin/Beyond Words
"Children everywhere want to fit in with a group, resist peer pressure, and be good sports--but even the most socially adept children struggle at times. But after reading this ... guide on their own or with a caring adult, kids everywhere [may] be [more] equipped to face any friendship challenges that come their way"--Amazon.com.
The Survival Guide for Kids With Behavior Challenges: How to Make Good Choices and Stay Out of Trouble by Thomas McIntyre Ph.D.
Publisher: Free Spirit Publishing
Kids with behavior challenges find helpful information, practical strategies, and sound advice to help them make smarter choices, make and keep friends, get along with teachers, take responsibility for their actions, work toward positive change, and enjoy the results of better behavior. This is a book for any young person who needs help with behavior. A special section at the back addresses diagnosed behavior disorders. "Sensitive and thorough". -School Library Journal
Teach Your Dragon to Make Friends: A Dragon Book To Teach Kids How To Make New Friends. A Cute Children Story To Teach Children About Friendship and Social Skills. (My Dragon Books) (Volume 16) by Steve Herman
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