|Author:||Lesley Harker,Pat Thomas|
|Title:||My, Brother, My Sister, and Me: A First Look at Sibling Rivalry|
|Format:||docx rtf azw lit|
|ePUB size:||1726 kb|
|FB2 size:||1227 kb|
|DJVU size:||1674 kb|
|Publisher:||Barrons Juveniles (March 1, 2000)|
A First Look A. s an easy-to-understand series of books for younger children. BOOK The Skin I'm In A FIRST LOOK AT RACISM Racial discrimination is cruel-and especially so to younger children. This title encourages kids to accept and be comfortable with differences of skin color and other racial characteristics among their friends and in themselves.
Sibling rivalry is antagonism between brothers and/or sisters that results in physical fighting, verbal hostility, teasing, or bullying. Psychologists believe that sibling rivalry comes from competition for parental attention, love, and approval. Thomas, Pat. My Brother, My Sister, and Me: A First Look at Sibling Rivalry. New York: Barrow's Educational Series, 2000.
Stop Picking On Me written by Pat Thomas and illustrated by Lesley Harker is part of a series that looks at difficult issues. Other titles in the A First Look At series examine death, disability, health and fitness, sibling rivalry and family break-up. Be sure to check out our page about anti-bullying picture books for children, our page about anti bullying chapter books, graphic novels and novels for children, and our Pinterest anti bullying board
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Fantastic first book for babies and toddlers, this classic sing-along nursery rhyme is perfect for nurturing a love of books in very young children. The nursery rhyme includes interactive text and sing-along musical notation. School Counseling Stuff. I'm A Big Sister Book By Joanna Cole. Sibling Jealousy New Sibling Sibling Rivalry Stories For Kids My Children Kids Playing Siblings Book Activities Parenting Hacks.
A First Look at Disability. ISBN 9780340911075 (978-0-341107-5) Softcover, Hodder Childrens Book, 2005. A First Look at Disability: ISBN 9780750235556 (978-0-7502-3555-6) Hardcover, Hodder Wayland, 2001. First Look at Disability: Don't Call Me Special: ISBN 9780340911075 (978-0-341107-5) Softcover, Hodder Childrens Book, 2005. I'm Telling the Truth: A First Look at Honesty. by Pat Thomas, Lesley Harker. ISBN 9780340894804 (978-0-340-89480-4) Softcover, Hodder Children's Books, 2008. My Brother, My Sister and Me (MYBees). ISBN 9780750028882 (978-0-7500-2888-2) Softcover, Hodder Wayland, 2000.
This book helps boys and girls understand that death is a natural complement to life, and that grief and a sense of loss are normal feelings for them to have following a loved one's death. Titles in this sensitively presented series explore the dynamics of various relationships experienced by children of preschool through early school age. Kids are encouraged to understand personal feelings and social problems as a first step in dealing with them. Series Title: First Look at Books. Publisher: Barrons Juveniles. Age Range: 4-8 years. Author: Pat Thomas & Lesley Harker. Street Date : January 1, 2001.
1998 – Thomas’s children’s book My Family’s Changing – A First Look at Divorce won the English Association’s Best Picture Book, non-fiction, for ages 4–. .Thomas has written numerous books for both adults and children. My Amazing Body – A First Look at Health and Fitness (Hodder/Macdonald, 2001). My Brother, My Sister and Me – A First Look at Sibling Relationships (Macdonald Young Books, 2000). Stop Picking On Me! – A First Look at Bullying (Macdonald Young Books, 2000).
by Lesley Harker and Pat Thomas. A First Look at Childhood Diabetes. Why Is It So Hard to Breathe?: A First Look at Asthma. I See Things Differently: A First Look at Autism. This Is My Family: A First Look at Same-Sex Parents. Don't Call Me Fat!: A First Look at Being Overweight. My New Family: A First Look at Adoption (First Look at Books). My Family's Changing (A First Look At Series).
This delightful picture book explores the dynamics of sibling relationships in simple, reassuring terms. Genres: Children's Books Ages 4-8 General.