Product Number : 218541500
Illustrated By Timothy Parrotte
This psychological storybook is designed to be read by an individual child or to stimulate group discussions. In this book, Mark finds that his inability to make friends has made him isolated and lonely. It is not so much that he doesn't have the desire to make friends, but rather that he doesn't have the skills. With the help of his parents and friends, Mark learns the importance of good listening, good manners, and cooperation.
This book, like the others in the Self-Esteem series, is designed to give children a role model for positive and realistic change, and to help them find new ways to cope with their problems and concerns.
48 pages, 8 x 9 inches, suitable for ages 6 to 11
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