I Have Feeling
. New York: Human Sciences Press, 1971.
Each page consists of a picture, a short paragraph and ends with the feeling that is being felt. Excellent—Elementary Level.
Surviving Your Parents’ Divorce
. New York: Franklin Watts, 1980.
Frank advice for children to help them deal with such things as custody, visitation rights, guilt, loneliness, step relatives, etc
The Book of Think
. Boston: Little, Brown and Little, 1976.
Invites children to be constructive about problem solving. Presents problems and gives alternative methods to help bring about a solution. Intermediate and Secondary.
Conta, Marcia and Reardon, Maureen,
Feelings Between Brothers
s. Milwaukee,Wis., 1974.
Explores relationships between brothers and sisters. Each page ends with a thought provoking question. Elementary Level.
Dunn, Iris and Phoebe,
. Minnesota, Creative Educational Society, Inc., 1971.
A look at some emotions that we all feel. Consists of beautiful, sensitive photographs and short paragraphs of thirteen different emotions from guilt to frustration.
A Toad for Tuesday
(Fiction). New York: Lothrop, Lee and Shepard, 1971.
Deals with friendship. A toad is captured by an owl who plans to eat him on his birthday, but the intervening five days changes his mind. Excellent. All ages.
Life With Working Parents
. New York: Macmillan Publishing Co., 1978.
Presents practical hints to children who are home alone without parents in coping with everyday situations. Comical drawings. Intermediate and Secondary.
How It Feels When A Parent Dies
. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1981.
Eighteen children speak openly and honestly of their experiences and feeling at the loss of a mother or father. Intermediate Level 4-8.
What Makes Me Feel This Way
? New York: Collier Books,1972.
An invitation to explore, understand and enjoy your own feelings. Helps child to understnd that his feelings are natural and shared by just about everybody in the world. Intermediate Level.
You and Your Feelings
. New York: Macmillan Publishing Co., 1975.
Frank discussion of problems children face with family, friends and school. Also invites the reader to accept their feelings. Intermediate Level and Secondary.
(Fiction). New York: Delacorte Press, 1972.
Discoveries of beauty and friendship are made by a young black city girl while visiting a white family in the country.
The Mind and Body
. New York: The Warwick Press, 1980.
Shows how people are different, the various functions of the mind. Chapter on dealing with yourself and others. Excellent fact. Index in back. Intermediate and Secondary.
Richards, Arlene and Willis, Irene,
How to Get It Together When Your Parents Are Coming Apart
. New York: David McKay Co., 1976.
Addressed to young people who might need help in coping with stresses and confusion of their parents’ marital troubles.
The Rare One
(Fiction). New York: Nelson Co., 1974.
Unhappy about his father’ s re-marriage, a thirteen year old finds friendship with an old man living alone in woods.
A Taste of Blackberries
. New York: Crowell Publishing Co., 1973.
Deals with a young boy trying to come to terms with the accidental death of his best friend. (Fiction)
. New York: Walker and Co., 1979. Clever book dealing with children’s fears. Written with two texts, one for children to read, another for parents. Excellent photography. Elementary or Intermediate.
. New York: Walker Publishing Company, 1979.
Separate text for parents and children. Explores various emotions aroused by divorce.
(Fiction). New York: Doubleday, 1971. Young bright boy attempts to win friends by showing how smart he is but defeats his purpose every time.
The Secret Summer of E.B.
(Fiction). Chicago,Ill.: Follett Publishing Co.,1974.
Young girl becomes friends with a social outcast and risks friendships of the rest of sixth grade class.