Product Number : 100V31500
By Rosemary Zibart, Illustrated by Sandi Wright & Ryon Harding
What does it feel like to enter foster care? Told from a child’s point of view, Kit Coyote: A Brave Pup answers many questions. Where are my parents? Do they love me? Why can’t I live with them? What’s going to happen to me?
This bright and appealing story encourages children to adjust to new situations, trust helpful adults, express their feelings and believe in themselves.
Kit Coyote: A Brave Pup is a beautifully illustrated story that will be treasured by child therapist, social workers, foster parents, recovering parents and others who help children heal and grow from family disruptions. Deborah J. Tharinger, Ph.D., Therapeutic Assessment Institute
Softcover, illustrated, 32 pages, Ages 4-10
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