by Anthony E. Wolf, Ph.D. Year Published: AverageGreat Reading, Browse Sections and Learn How to Be the Parent You Want To Be. by Judy Freedman Year Published: AverageA good introduction if you are concerned about the best way to approach this issue with your child.
Emotionally Intelligent parenting: How to Raise a Self-disciplined, Responsible, Socially Skilled Chby M.J. Elias & S.E.Tobias Year Published:
by Anthony E. Wolf, Ph.D. Year Published: AverageAlthough written for parents of teens, many of the concepts are applicable to all ages and the emphasis on responsibility and communication is helpful.Note: This book is available in our Library.
Queen Bees and Wannabes: A Parent's Guide to Helping Your Daughter Survive Cliques, Gossip, Boyfrienby Rosalind Wiseman Year Published: AverageA little overwhelming, but good choice for parents of middle school girls.
That Crumpled Paper Was Due Last Week, Helping Disorganized and Distracted Boys Suceed in School andby Ana Homayoun Year Published: AverageThis book offers a wonderful understanding of boys and how parents and teachers can help support their school experience. It is detailed and most applicable to students in 4th grade or higher, but offers a view of what school is like for many boys, that is very helpful. If you find yourself in a power struggle over homework or lost papers, or are worrying more than your son about the project that is due next week, check this out!
by Becky McCain Year Published: Easy ReadingEngaging.Speaks to the role of the bystander.Discussion starter for helping your child know what to do if they see another child being bullied. by Timmoy dePaolo Year Published: Easy ReadingA great picture book and story about a boy who stays true to himself, despite teasing. Great discussion starter regarding differences or for kids who march to a different drummer. by Terrance Webster-Doyle Year Published: Average