The Way I Act
Ideal for teaching kids the vocabulary and concepts for “compassion,” “friendliness,” and “responsible,” this picture book is also full of zany characters who demonstrate and describe “curious,” “brave” and “imaginative” with behavior every child can identify with. More . . .
Children are different from the day they're born—and they stay different no matter how they’re parented. A valuable guide to the inborn traits of young children. More . . .
Living with the Active Alert Child
Does your child have more energy, more creativity, and more intensity than anyone you’ve ever known? Realistic advice on managing the bright, active, sensitive child. More . . .
How understanding the temperament of your family members can turn conflict into cooperation. More . . .
The Decision Is Yours Series
What do you want your kids to do when they're confronted with bullies? Or liquor? Or cheating? These five books introduce problems all too common for schoolchildren today.
Oriented to 7–11-year-olds, these stories provide an opportunity for parents to discuss values as well as strategies for handling issues such as peer pressure. More . . .
Bully on the Bus
Using Your Values
Under Whose Influence?
First Day Blues
Making the Grade
A guide to how temperament, learning styles, and developmental stages all impact how children learn—and demonstrate—values. More . . .