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Saturday, February 27 • 2:15pm - 3:30pm
Books that Make A Positive Difference - Bibliotherapy in Action Part II LIMITED

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Julia Cook leads an entertaining discussion on the use of storybooks to offer children and adults a fun way to learn important people skills. Teach your students to become life-long problem solvers! Julia will demonstrate humorous and effective ways to use books on such subjects as anger control, grief, following instructions, tattling, gaming addiction, bullying, personal space, interrupting, and personal safety. The writing and publishing process will also be explained - learn to become a published author!

*Understand the power and effectiveness of using children's literature to teach important people skills.  Walk away with ideas that you can really use!

*Tackle topics such as tattling, bullying, interrupting, anxiety, depression, anger, oral health, personal safety, personal space, paying attention, risk taking, and even nose picking through active learning.

* Explore the writing and publishing process including a discussion on how to get your own ideas published - (Tips for Publishing Your Good Stuff sheet provided!)



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Julia Cook

With over a million books in print, Julia Cook is a former school counselor and teacher who never dreamed she could evolve into an award-winning children's author, parenting expert and inspirational speaker. She now travels the country and abroad encouraging others to follow in her footsteps. "There are so many ideas out there that need to be shared," says Julia who takes top research and creativity translates it into "kid language" that is... Read More →


Saturday February 27, 2016 2:15pm - 3:30pm
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  • Grade Level / Target Audience ES / MS

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