I recommend this book for any therapy group or family out there with young children.
I love this book and want to add the following thought - I think it is not a good idea for people to coerce children into apologizing.
The story is helpful for teaching children (and adults) about the importance of an effective apology.
Really gets to the heart of the matter - why kids say "sorry" and how we can help them to make it meaningful.Published 3 months ago by L. Hancock
Perfect for teaching kids that just saying, "Sorry!" doesn't fix the bullying.Published 4 months ago by Noel R
It was ok. I was hoping for a little more content, explanation and story. I would'nt suggest this one to anyone thoughPublished 20 months ago by The Loyal Texan
It is never too early to teach your kids how to respond when confronted with teasing. Just because someone says "sorry" doesn't mean that their behavior should be excused.Published 21 months ago by Sophia F. McNeil
We reviewed this book for a parent-child book read. It was very good but we decided to go with "Confessions of a Former Bully" by the same author.Published 23 months ago by STCS
Jack was a nobody before he met Charlie. After Jack met Charlie, he had friends and social status at school. But, Jack paid a price for his new found social status. Read morePublished on March 2, 2012 by Dirk Alsdorf