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Don't Be a Menace on Sunday: The Children's Anti-Violence Book (Emotional Impact), by Adolph Moser, David Melton (Illustrator).
"Don't Be a Menace on Sunday" is the seventh book in the successful EMOTIONAL IMPACT SERIES. In this timely book, Dr. Adolph Moser discusses the kinds of violence that threaten the lives of children and the overwhelming influences that can move them to become violent themselves. He offers young readers important information and positive suggestions that can help them stay out of harm's way and keep out of trouble. Age 4-8. 61 pages.

 

 

Don't Pop Your Cork on Mondays: The Children's Anti-Stress Book, by Adolph J. Moser, Dav Pilkey (Illustrator).
An entertaining handbook for children that explores the causes and effects of stress and offers young people practical approqaches and techniques for dealing with stress factors in their daily lives. In today's pressure-cooker society, this book is a must. Children will love it. Parents will appreciate it. And teachers and counselors will recognize its value as a tool for affecting children's lives in positive ways. Age 9-12. 48 pages.

 

 

Don't Feed the Monster on Tuesdays!: The Children's Self-Esteem Book, by Adolph Moser.
This 55-page picture book contains simple language easily read by first and second graders (on a par with Dr. Suess), but its sophistication about children's self-esteem will keep them coming back until they are approaching middle school. Discusses how to develop and maintain healthy self-esteem and a positive attitude. Baby-PreSchool. 55 pages.

 

 

Don't Rant and Rave on Wednesdays!: The Children's Anger-Control Book, by Adolph Moser, David Melton (Illustrator).
This 61-page picture book contains simple language easily read by first and second graders (on a par with Dr. Suess), but its sophistication about children's anger will keep them coming back until they are approaching middle school. Dr. Moser clearly defines the complicated emotion of anger and offers workable suggestions to help youngsters better control their anger. Age 9-12. 61 pages.

 

 

Don't Despair on Thursdays!: The Children's Grief-Management Book (The Emotional Impact Series), by Adolph Moser, David Melton (Illustrator).
An invaluable resource not only for kids, but for clinicians and everyone else who works with children. Age 9-12. 61 pages.

 

 

Don't Tell a Whopper on Fridays!: The Children's Truth-Control Book, by Adolph Moser, David Melton (Illustrator).
The truth may be sacred, but many people--both children and adults--think lying is easier. Some people lie so often that it becomes a habit--a very bad habit--that reduces their own sense of self-esteem and makes others not trust them. In a clear and easy-to-understand narrative, Dr. Moser discusses the problems of lying and the importance of telling the truth. he offers thoughtful examples and suggests ways that can help children tell the truth. Dr. Moser's text is informative, entertaining, witty, and easy to read. David Melton's illustrations are outstanding. They are bright and clever, and often hilarious. Children are sure to love this book. parents are bound to appreciate its common-sense approach. And teachers and counselors will recognize this book as a valuable tool for affecting the lives of children in positive ways. Age 4-8. 61 pages.

 

 

Don't Fall Apart on Saturdays! : The Children's Divorce-Survival Book, by Adolph Moser, David Melton (Illustrator).
This is a good book for children to read alone. But it is even better when children read it with a parent. Age 9-12. 61 pages.

Note: When available, and when money is an object, please consider purchasing a used book rather than a new one. While I don't earn nearly as much of a commission on the sale of used books, the difference in cost to you is worth considering. With the money you've saved, go out and buy yourself something. -- ken


Last Modified on: Saturday, August 08, 2009


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