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  1. Without You – Children and Young People Growing Up with Loss and its Effects

    Without You – Children and Young People Growing Up with Loss and its Effects

    Tamar Granot

    In this sympathetic book, Tamar Granot explains the immediate and long-term effects of loss on children and adolescents. She describes how loss is experienced at different ages, explaining the significant consequences it can have on the development of personality. Without You provides valuable guidance for parents and carers of bereaved children. Learn More
    2004, 224pp
  2. Lost for Words

    Lost for Words

    Loss and Bereavement Awareness Training

    John Holland, Ruth Dance, Nic Macmanus and Carole Stitt

    Lost for Words is an innovative "loss awareness" training package designed for teachers and carers supporting children who are experiencing bereavement. All the required resources are included with the pack, including templates for OHP transparencies, handouts for trainees and a bibliography for further reading. Learn More
    2005, 128pp
  3. Understanding 12-14-Year-Olds

    Understanding 12-14-Year-Olds

    Margot Waddell

    This book offers helpful advice to parents whose children have reached the turbulent teenage years. From conflict management to issues of bullying, stealing and smoking, it guides parents as their children alternate between maturity and immaturity and develop their own identity. Learn More
    2005, 96pp
  4. Relative Grief

    Relative Grief

    Parents and children, sisters and brothers, husbands, wives and partners, grandparents and grandchildren talk about their experience of death and grieving

    Clare Jenkins and Judy Merry

    In this collection of accounts, people share their experiences of losing loved ones through death from natural causes, genetic conditions, accident, suicide and murder. Looking at death from different perspectives, it encourages people to understand their own grief and how those around to them might be affected by what can seem a very private loss. Learn More
    2005, 208pp
  5. Disorganized Children

    Disorganized Children

    A Guide for Parents and Professionals

    Edited by Samuel M. Stein and Uttom Chowdhury

    In this book, psychiatrists, speech, family and occupational therapists and neurodevelopment specialists present a range of behavioural and psychological strategies to help disorganized children improve concentration and performance in the classroom and deal with a variety of behaviour and social interaction difficulties. Learn More
    2006, 344pp
  6. Chasing Ideas

    Chasing Ideas

    The Fun of Freeing Your Child's Imagination

    Christine Durham

    The author shows how to help children be better, brighter thinkers and helps parents and teachers discover the joys of discussing ideas with children. She shows parents of children aged 3 - 15 how to encourage them to explore ideas, think, make decisions and communicate effectively and to develop these important life skills to take into adulthood. Learn More
    2006, 192pp
  7. An Introduction to Dyslexia for Parents and Professionals

    An Introduction to Dyslexia for Parents and Professionals

    Alan M. Hultquist

    This guide provides need-to-know information for parents and professionals and answers frequently asked questions about dyslexia. Alan M. Hultquist addresses many of the issues surrounding dyslexia, including possible causes and subtypes, means of testing, remediation and the controversial matter of "staying back" to repeat a school year. Learn More
    2006, 112pp
  8. Parenting in Multi-Racial Britain

    Parenting in Multi-Racial Britain

    Ravinder Barn with Carolina Ladino and Brooke Rogers

    Based on research, this book provides an insight into parenting and the lives of families from a range of diverse ethnic groupings living in the United Kingdom. Learn More
    2006, 72pp
  9. Understanding 6-7-Year-Olds

    Understanding 6-7-Year-Olds

    Corinne Aves

    This accessible book provides a wealth of information to help parents, educators and carers better relate to children at this exciting, yet demanding, stage of development. Corinne Aves offers guidance on encouraging children's development and helping them to cope with changing expectations of their behaviour. Learn More
    2006, 80pp
  10. When a Family Pet Dies

    When a Family Pet Dies

    A Guide to Dealing with Children's Loss

    JoAnn Tuzeo-Jarolmen, Ph.D.

    When a pet dies, it can have a huge impact on children, and it is important that parents can understand and support them. This easy-to-read guide to children's grief suggests methods for sensitively addressing the emotional needs of children and gives age-appropriate strategies. It is an informative resource for parents and professionals. Learn More
    2006, 104pp

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