Puberty is the time in our lives when we begin to change from being a child to becoming an adult. In this book, the team from Interrelate answers 100+ Questions Kids Have collected from our school programs.
Being a teenager is tough but not as tough as parenting one. This book is a great resource for parents and teenagers, it provides an opening for conversation between parents and children and it provides a resource for each gender to know about the changes in the other
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Will I live with my parents again? Will I stay with my foster parents forever? For children in foster care, the answer to many questions is often "maybe." *Maybe Days* addresses the questions, feelings, and concerns these children most often face. Honest and reassuring, it also provides basic information that children want and need to know, including the roles of various people in the foster care system and whom to ask for help. An extensive afterword for adults caring for foster children describes the child's experience, underscores the importance of open... More info
Inspire students in grades 5-10 to develop social-emotional intelligence necessary for future success as they pursue their goals and dreams. In Grit & Bear It! students are introduced to the concept of “grit” through stunning illustrations and straight-forward statements. Use as a catalyst to expand the development of executive function skills such as planning, perseverance, and risk-taking. Help your students avoid giving up or taking the easy way out and to see mistakes and failures as opportunities for progress. The book is a pictorial reminder of the power of... More info
He was born from and egg on a mountaintop. He came out crying, and just wouldn’t stop. His parents named him Andrew, Andrew de Glot, but he came to be known as the SHARE-A-NOT. The SHARE-A-NOT grew quickly and so did his greed. He didn’t understand ‘Just take what you need’. His toys, to him, were his toys alone. He even took toys that he didn’t own. The SHARE-A-NOT stole from everyone around him. He stole, and stole, and stole. He hoarded all the pet rocks that people owned. Then... More info