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For Parents: Books
, Social/Emotional Development: Peer Relations
||Good Friends Are Hard to Find: Help Your Child Find, Make and Keep Friends
||Frankel, F. & Wetmore, B.
||This book leads parents step-by-step to help them learn how to help their 5- to 12-year-olds make friends and solve problems with other kids. This guide also offers concrete help for teasing, bullying and meanness, both for the child who is picked on and the tormentor. Based on the prestigious UCLA Children's Social Skills Program, this book teaches clinically tested techniques that really work. Click here to read a review of this book. As of 2010, this book is out of print, but the author has published an updated and revised edition with Jossey-Bass that has been re-titled, Friends Forever: How Parents Can Help Their Kids Make and Keep Good Friends, which is available on Kindle.
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