A Good Friend: How to Make One, How to Be One*
- This book advises children in areas such as the basics of conversation and friendship do's and don'ts
- Includes 9 easy-to-follow people skills
- Recommended for ages 10 and up
By Ron Herron and Val J. Peter
The success of virtually all interpersonal relationships hinges on the ability to be a friend.
This book advises children in such areas as the basics of conversation and friendship do's and don'ts. Included are nine easy-to-follow people skills such as giving and receiving compliments, introducing yourself, and showing respect and sensitivity, that put getting along with others into manageable steps. A special chapter deals with the challenge of shyness, giving kids practical advice on how to conquer it and grow in self-confidence. For ages 10 and up.
softcover, 84 pages