Magination Press Gentle Willow: A Story for Children about Dying

Written for children who may not survive their illness or for the children who know them, this tender and touching tale helps address feelings of disbelief, anger, and sadness, along with love and compassion. Amanda and Little Tree discover... that their friend Gentle Willow isnt feeling well. Amanda summons the Tree Wizards, who visit Gentle Willow and determine that they cant fix her. Amanda is angry at first, but eventually she listens to the Tree Wizards as they explain that death is a transformation and journey into the unknown. They also counsel Amanda that the medicine she can give Gentle Willow is love. In a final act of love, Amanda comforts Gentle Willow, who is afraid, with a story about the caterpillar who transforms into a butterfly. A new Note to Parents addresses how to cope with death and dying. Book Details: Format: Paperback Publication Date: 1/1/2004 Pages: 32 Reading Level: Age 4 and Up Author: Joyce C. Mills Publisher: Magination Press Dimensions: 0.25in length x 8.25in width x 10in height Weight: 4.48 oz Read More

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In short statements and vignettes, Cory describes what its like to have ADHD: how it affects his relationships with friends and fa...mily, his school performance and his overall functioning. Book Details: Format: Hardcover Publication Date: 1/1/2005 Pages: 30 Author: Jeanne Kraus Publisher: Magination Press Dimensions: 7.99in length x 0.31in width x 9.99in height Weight: 12oz. Author: Jeanne KrausPublisher: Magination Press Dimensions: 7.99in length x 0.11in width x 9.99in height Weight: 4oz. Read More

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A Childs First Book About Play Therapy This is a great waiting room book, or can be sent home with a parent. Atractive illustratio...ns and clear concise langage. This book was written to introduce children ages four to seven to play therapy. A Childs First Book About Play Therapy discusses many of the questions and concerns a child (and parent) may have about psychotherapy. There is a page at the end for just parents. Hardcover, so this book can be left in the waiting room or loaned to parent and child. By Marc Nemiroff, Ph.D. and Jane Annunziata, Psy.D. Ages 3-7, 60 pages, 60 full-color illustrations, 8 1/2 by 11, Hardcover Item 101661500 This book qualifies for free domestic shipping! Author: Marc A. Nemiroff Publisher: Magination Press Dimensions: 8.2in length x 0.3in width x 9.1in height Weight: 5.6 oz Read More

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This is the first book written for tween girls (ages 7-11) who have ADD/ADHD. It offers girls, their parents, and professionals pr...actical tips and techniques for managing attention disorders and the many aspects of life that these disorders can affect. It was written in an engaging style that doesnt talk down to girls. It is packed with useful and empowering lessons that are simple to apply. It was written by a developmental pediatrician who is a well-known author. Book Details: Format: Paperback Publication Date: 4/15/2009 Pages: 112 Reading Level: Age 9 and Up Author: Patricia O. Quinn Publisher: Magination Press Dimensions: 0.25in length x 7in width x 9in height Weight: 11.2 oz Read More

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A nonfiction book that describes the mechanics of the adoption process and the feelings that adoption engenders in an adopted chil...d. Straightforward and complete account that informs and validates the child for both international and domestic adoptions. Book Details: Format: Hardcover Publication Date: 10/1/2003 Pages: 48 Reading Level: Age 4 and Up Author: Marc A. Nemiroff Publisher: Magination Press Dimensions: 7.99in length x 0.51in width x 9.99in height Weight: 12.96oz. Read More

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Using a journal format, 12-year-old Maya chronicles her emotional ups and downs and describes the process of psychotherapy. She be...gins by describing a change in her feelings and functioning: a lack of interest in things she used to love, difficulties in school, and problems getting along with her friends and family none of the problems extreme but serious enough to merit attention and intervention. The problems are portrayed as quite general, in order to reach the widest possible audience. The focus is not about resolving Mayas particular problems but about informing the reader about the process of psychotherapy and its potential usefulness. By the end of the book, Maya is feeling better. She has discovered that changes in her family affected her more than she realized, has become aware of the suppressed feelings that have gnawed away at her, and has learned to deal with them more openly, with the result that she is back to being her old (true) self. Book Details: Format: Paperback Publication Date: 1/1/2005 Pages: 48 Reading Level: Age 8 and Up Author: Rachel Rashkin Publisher: Magination Press Dimensions: 6.06in length x 0.15in width x 8.97in height Weight: 3.51oz. Read More

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