Good Answers to Tough Questions Moving by Joy Berry
  

Synopsis

Good Answers to Tough Questions Moving by Joy Berry

Moving teaches children how to handle the emotions often caused by relocating. It also teaches children how to turn changes into positive experiences. For Ages 6-12.

About the Author

JOY BERRY is the bestselling author of more than 250 titles (85 million copies sold) that help parents tackle common parenting issues and that educate and empower toddlers to tweens (ages 1 to 12). My books teach the personal skills children need to take care of themselves, the social skills they need to develop and maintain positive relationships, and the coping skills they need to relate to things in positive rather than negative ways. --Joy Berry Joy Berry's goal is to help kids help themselves by providing the information and motivation children need to lead responsible lives. Joy Berry began her career more than thirty years ago teaching in the Ontario and Arcadia school districts in Southern California. Concerned that the educational system wasn't teaching children all they needed to know, Joy began after-school and summer programs designed to teach children life skills. Around that time she began to write her unique brand of self-help books that matched her philosophy of raising responsible children. Today, Joy is active in schools, community centers and other programs for children, and she continues to write new books and create multi-media for children of all ages.

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Format

Paperback
48 pages
Interest Age: From 6

Author

Joy Berry
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Publisher

Joy Berry Enterprises

Publication date

15th June 2010

ISBN

9781605775081


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