Boss No More by Estelle Meens


Boss No More by Estelle Meens

What happens when one kid thinks he can always choose the game played on the playground? Who gets to be it in tag? Who can play and who cannot? Who is the BOSS? Lucas tries to be that kid, but his friends have had enough! A Note to Parents and Caregivers by Tammy L. Hughes, PhD, explains how children learn to solve problems and deal with social conflicts, and suggests ways for parents to help guide their children through the rough spots of normal childhood development.

About the Author

Estelle Meens was born in Hermalle-sous-Argenteau, Belgium. She studied illustration at the Saint Luc Institute in Liege. She has published several children's books through Hemma Editions, a Belgian publisher. Since 2006, she has also worked as a painter.

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32 pages


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Publication date

30th April 2014



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