Stories for Children with Problems and Wishes
All these stories are about children who all had something in common. Let’s look back and see. There was Jamal who worried, Brenda who didn’t have confidence that she was doing the right thing, Sue Ling who was sad about her loss, Running Cub who felt different, Sarah and Helen who were sad, Freddy who was embarrassed, and Mary and Johnny who were confused. What did all these children have in common? They all had problems. They all had uncomfortable feelings that went with their problems. (That’s why they call them problems.) They all used those uncomfortable feelings as signals to do something.
And most important of all, they all were able to change their problems.
Status: 1 in stock (can be backordered)
Publisher: Educational Media Corporation
DC#: 618.92 Wa
1 in stock (can be backordered)