An interactive self-help book designed to guide 6-12 year olds and their parents through the cognitive-behavioral techniques most often used in the treatment of generalised anxiety. This book educates and motivates children to work towards change. It includes a note to parents by psychologist and author Dawn Huebner, PhD.
Nine boys from Galiwin'ku in Northern Territory, at boarding school in Townsville, have used their own delightful drawings and Yolngu-Matha language to share information about nineteen of the animals they know so well, including birds, reptiles and fish. Ideal resource for Indigenous language studies as well as environmental and natural sciences.
A little Australian preschool girl looks for different ways to become an original girl until she discovers that she already is a Gamilaroi (Ab)original girl. A message of cultural strength and identity, told in Gamilaraay and English. Ages 4+.
Pedro is a curious little boy living in the heart of Mexico City. One day, he finds a lost puppy, scoops him up and takes him back home. Black Tiger, he names the dog and hopes the puppy will turn out to be as brave as a tiger. In the same apartment block, live three other boys, Jose, Arturo and Alex, who, with their dogs, like nothing better than ......
Richard Garth grew up in Tasmania and this is just one excerpt of a long and lively yarn about his unhappy childhood. Illustrated with Vicky Duncan's imaginative cartoon characters. Ideal for older readers with low levels of literacy.