Let's Talk About Being Shy by Joy Berry
  

Let's Talk About Being Shy

Written by Joy Berry
Illustrated by Maggie Smith
Part of the Let's Talk About Series

RRP £5.99

Synopsis

Let's Talk About Being Shy by Joy Berry

Shyness is an uncomfortable feeling that many children between the ages of 3 and 6 experience as they learn social skills. Readers learn that shyness is a feeling that will soon be replaced with feelings of comfort.For Ages 3-6.

About the Author

Joy Berry, pioneering educator and child-development specialist, has written more than 250 juvenile self-help books for toddlers to tweens that have sold over 85 million copies. Joy's lifelong mission has been to help children help themselves by providing the information and motivation they need to lead responsible lives. Joy began her career as an elementary school teacher and went on to found two award-winning preschool and day-care centers in Southern California before beginning her career as a writer. She holds advanced degrees in education and human development. Along with her academic and teaching credentials she holds the distinguished honor of being a parent and grandparent.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: From 3

Author

Joy Berry
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Publisher

Joy Berry Enterprises

Publication date

11th November 2010

ISBN

9781605772202


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