Product Number : 15112241508
By Lauren Murphy Payne, Illustrated by Melissa Iwai, Ages 4-8
At times, all young children need a little help getting along with others--on the playground, in the neighborhood, at school and at home.
We Can Get Along uses clear words and charming illustrations to teach tolerance and encourage kindness, showing children that they have the power to make good choices. It explores simple yet essential skills that little ones can use for conflict resolution and peacemaking--think before you speak or act, treat everyone the way you want to be treated, ask an adult for help when you need it. Share this warm and friendly book with children to show them that we all play a part in getting along, and that when we do, everyone feels happier.
Includes activity and discussion guide for adults.
40 pages, 11 x 9.25 x .2, color illustrations, paperback.
About the Author: Lauren Murphy Payne, MSW, LCSW is a psychotherapist in private practice with 30 years of experience. She specializes in the treatment of adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse, relationship issues, anxiety, depression, and eating disorders. Lauren has been a speaker at local, regional, and national conferences.
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