Adult Nonfiction 371.58 A 2010
Summary: Little Girls Can Be MeanÂ is a parent's, counselor's, and educator's goto guide for helping young girls deal with, stand up to, and resolve friendship struggles and bullying in elementary school. No other resource focuses squarely on the issues and needs of girls in the years before adolescence. Dr. Anthony's and Dr. Lindert's four-step process is easy to implement. Using the tools and strategies they provide, readers will learn to OBSERVE the social situation with new eyes, CONNECT with their child in a whole new way, and GUIDE their child with simple, compassionate strategies to the point that she is SUPPORTED TO ACT more independently and face the social issue.
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