don't call me shy

Summary:

This handbook draws on personal and family experience to offer a program for helping shy people. Reading this book gives you the knowledge and tools necessary to help shy children overcome their reticence to actively participate in life.

Educational Themes:
Shyness is not life-threatening, but to those who are afflicted, it negatively affects their self image and increases personal anxiety. This book is a practical and scientifically tested program for eliminating shyness and the anxieties that it causes.
Reading Level:
0.0
Recommended Age To Read By Yourself:
14 and Up
Recommended Age To Read Together:
14 and Up
Age of child:
not applicable
Purchase Recommendation:
Borrow, at least. Even if your family is not personally affected by shyness, you and your children will likely encounter someone who is. Shyness is a behavior with which many people, children and adults, struggle. Parents, teachers, coaches, care-givers s
Little Kid Reaction:

This is a book for guided reading with a pre-teen/teen and an adult.

Big Kid Reaction:

Although I am usually very skeptical about testimonials, this manual is everything it says that it is. The kudos are well deserved. The program is the culmination of 25 years of research. It is an orderly process to implement and results will follow very quickly.

Pros:

This is a self-help book that works. The professional and parental testimonials to the effectiveness of this program are extraordinarily positive and impressive.

Cons:

None.


Title Don't Call Me Shy
About
Author Laurie Adelman
Publisher LangMarc Publishing © 2007
Illustrators Michael Qualben
ISBN 1880292327
Material Paperback
Cost $14.95
Genres Family, Middle Grade, Young Adult, Guidebook
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