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Category: JUVENILE NONFICTION

JUVENILE NONFICTION

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  • From the creators of the hugely successful Master of Mindfulness, this charming children’s book tells the story of Nessa and Leo’s friendship, and how mindfulness helps them deal with strong emotions like fear, shyness, and anger. Written and illustrated by a group of kindergarten with the help of fourth graders from Reach Academy in Oakland, California, this book will help kids ages 4 to 7 learn to be present in the moment, cope with big feelings, and manage stress in their daily lives.

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  • As children complete the exercises in Cool, Calm, and Confident, they will develop the assertiveness skills they need to build self-esteem, stop being bullied or bullying others, and stand up for themselves in healthy, nonaggressive ways.

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  • Coping with Tourette Syndrome includes forty activities to help children with Tourette syndrome and other tic disorders learn to manage their symptoms in a variety of situations, explain their tics to others, and make friends.

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  • Kids often have strong emotions. But if a child’s emotions interfere with school, alienate them from their peers, or cause constant conflicts at home, parents need resources to help calm the chaos. In this much-needed guide, two dialectical behavior therapists offer an activity-based workbook for kids who struggle with anger, mood-swings, and emotional and behavioral dysregulation. Using the skills outlined in this book, kids will be able to manage their emotions, get along with others, and do better in school.

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  • Don’t Pick on Me is a workbook that includes more than forty ten-minute activities children can do with their parents to practice new skills drawn from emotional intelligence theory and research for dealing with bullies.

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  • Divorce is often stressful for kids. But for kids who have parents in conflict with one another, or where one parent is so hostile that he or she is actively trying to undermine the kids’ relationship with the other parent, divorce can be unbearable. In But I Love You Both, two psychologists and experts in parental alienation offer a workbook for kids who are feeling torn between two parents in a hostile divorce. The book also deals with the negative impact of custody disputes and helps children understand and identify their feelings, learn to cope with stress and other complex emotions, and feel safe and loved.

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  • Dr. Sisemore’s book draws on scientifically proven strategies for dealing with childhood anxiety. Each simple activity in this collection helps teach children how to stop worrying, overcome their fears, and enjoy being kids. The activities can be used in counseling sessions or as homework exercises.

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  • These activities, developed and tested at the authors’ social skills treatment center, help kids with Asperger’s disorder, nonverbal learning disorder, and other social-skill deficits to develop a social sense. Knowing Yourself, Knowing Others covers reading social cues, developing strategies to avoid meltdowns, guessing at other people’s intentions, and more.

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  • This activity book helps children acquire the skills to make and keep new friends, including: choosing friends with common interests, reading non-verbal cues, and developing specific communication skills like inviting a child to a party or talking on the phone. The book is designed for the estimated 30-40% of children who find themselves socially isolated or rejected by their peers. Simple, fun activites to help kids: Find deep and lasting friendships; Develop give-and-take relationships; Cope with rejection and disappointment.

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  • A workbook for kids with sensory processing disorder (SPD), a condition characterized by difficulty with sensory integration, Making Sense of Your Senses includes activities designed to help parents teach children skills they can use in everyday life to overcome their symptoms and build self-awareness.

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  • Faster than a speeding spitball, more powerful than a playground bully, able to breeze through homework and finish nightly chores in a single bound, it’s Master of Mindfulness—here to conquer stress, worry, and any trouble that comes your way!With this fun and empowering book, written for kids by kids and featuring cool illustrations and tips, young readers will learn how to use the power of mindfulness to address daily stressors—whether at school, at home, or with friends—so they can be confident, get focused, stay calm, and tap into their own inner strength. Kids can be their own superheroes—no matter what life throws their way!

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  • Children are experiencing anxiety more than ever before. In The Mindfulness Workbook for Anxious Kids, two child psychologists offer fun and effective mindfulness and emotion regulation activities to help kids cope with anxiety, panic, stress, fear, and worry. Using the skills outlined in this workbook, young readers will learn ways to stay calm and balance their emotions—whether they’re at school, with friends, or at home.

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  • For kids with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), everyday tasks and activities such as homework, making friends, and following rules feel overwhelming. Written by a psychologist specializing in ADHD, Mindfulness for Kids with ADHD offers fun and accessible mindfulness exercises designed to help kids with ADHD successfully navigate all areas of life.

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  • My Lifebook Journal is a workbook foster parents can use to help foster children build self-esteem, deal with feelings of sadness and anger, and thrive within their foster homes.

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  • In The ADHD Workbook for Kids, an internationally-recognized child psychologist presents more than forty ten-minute games and activities children with ADHD can do to learn to make friends, gain confidence, and manage out-of-control behaviors.

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  • Kids often need extra help managing their emotions, and this is especially true when it comes to anger. The Anger Workbook for Kids offers clinically proven, hands-on activities grounded in dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) to help kids manage anger, regulate their emotions, handle conflict with peers, and express big feelings in healthier ways.

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