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“Provides a sequential method for teaching the skills children need to help themselves. . . I can see where this book will be one that is dog-eared and never just sitting on the shelf.”
“This book offers real steps for helping empower kids. The lessons are designed so that all children within a classroom would benefit, whether they are the child for whom the lesson was designed or the one for whom the lesson will build empathy, compassion, and understanding. Most books are not user friendly, providing off-the-shelf lessons. Mr. Greene has taken a truly easy-to-use methodical approach to problems kids face that can become a pivotal point in turning them around at an earlier age.”
“Very practical and usable units, easy to understand and carry out. . . . Child-centered and internally empowering for the student.”
"A welcome intervention guide for teachers in the early grades. This book is a valuable tool with ideas that can be implemented within language arts, social studies, or health curriculum."
"I appreciate the book's informal tone and the flow of material. It is very readable; free of complicated psychobabble and excessive jargon. Although teachers get classroom management in the education curriculum, the strategies are laced with common sense that often gets passed over in the general education curriculum. (The) writing is clear: stories are useful and appropriate to the content area discussed, table of contents is comprehensive; exercises are helpful."