• Kindness Wins

    by Galit Breen Year Published: 2015
    This book tackles the difficult issues of online experiences our children are likely to have as they use social media. Offers a practical, common sense approach for parents when it comes to teaching kind and appropriate behavior online. 
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  • Little Girls Can Be Mean

    by Michelle Anthony and Rayna Lindert Year Published: 2010
    This book was written to help parents navigate the social struggles girls may face in schools and neighborhoods. The tools in this book are easy to use and are designed to help your child become stronger and better equipped to handle difficult friendship issues. Perfect for ages 5-12. 
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  • My Secret Bully

    by Trudi Ludwig Year Published: 2014
    A must-have book to help girls understand the "yo-yo" friendship dynamic that sometimes happens in peer relationships. On again, off again, friendships are confusing and often hard for kids to handle. This book helps girls understand what a healthy friendship really looks like. Great for 2nd-5th graders.
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  • The Opposite of Worry

    by Lawrence Cohen Year Published: 2013
    This helpful book is a guide for how parents can assist kids who worry. Many playful, lighthearted ways are illustrated to teach parents how to release tension and deal with their child's anxious thoughts. Additionally, parents can learn how to tackle their own anxieties so that they can stay calm when their child is distressed.
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  • The Smart Girls' Guide to Knowing What to Say!

    by American Girl Library Year Published: 2012
    This book is filled with practical advice to help girls find just the right words in almost any social situation. Ideal for 9-12 year olds.
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  • The Smart Girls' Guide to Middle School

    by American Girl Library Year Published: 2010
     This book, filled with tips and quizzes, will help girls feel more confident as they anticipate and adjust to the changes of middle school. A must-read for girls transitioning to 6th grade.
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