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McGraw-Hill Education. Hardcover. GOOD. Gently used may contain ex-library markings, possibly has some light highlighting, textual notations, and or underlining. Text is still easily readable., McGraw-Hill Education, Fathering Inc. Press, 1995. Hard Cover Hardcover. GOOD/NOT ISSUED. • Binding: Hard Cover • What Mothers And Fathers Can Do About Our Deteriorating Families And Values • 1995 • Clean tight pages. Some edgewear. Wrinkles on dust jacket. •, Fathering Inc. Press, 1995, National Institute. Paperback. B0006EQANQ . Very Good. 1987-01-01., National Institute, 1987-01-01, Tanned pages, else near fine."You can imagine what my childs room looked like: clothes on the floor, dresser draws open with clothes half hanging out of them, and toys spread all over the floor.""Jill is given an assignment on Monday that is due on Friday. The problem is that despite repeated nagging, she wont start it until Thursday night."Organizing Ther Disorganized Child finally answers the parents question, "How can I help my child get organized without waging a battle?" This essential toolkit for parents and educators factors organizational styles into the equation, and offers effective strategies that deliver amazing long-term results.Renowned ADHD expert Dr. Martin Kutscher and coach Marcella Moran explain the roots of our childrens organizational problems, and the parents role in fixing them. They outline different organizational styles used by different students. (Not all kids organize the same way!) Kutscher and Moran outline exactly what school materials to buy, and how to set up the study area. They provide a step-by-step plan for an organizational system including:o Refining morning and nighttime routineso Getting the correct work homeo Planning the work, and getting it back to where it belongso Tips for reading and note takingo Study and test taking skillso Learning how to ask the right questionsOrganizing the Disorganized Child is an essential toolkit that belongs on every parents shelf.Early Praise for Organizing the Disorganized Child"A superb book! Blessedly brief, pointedly practical, and clear as glass, this book will help any child, parent, or teacher who reads it. Step by step, the authors, who truly know their subject, lead the reader through a method that cant help but succeed. This book meets an urgent need. I will be referring my patients to it."- Edward Hallowell, M.D., co-author of Driven to Distraction and Superparenting for ADD"Organizing the Disorganized Child is a long overdue manual that strives to make life easier on families with children with ADHD. Unlike other books that offer a menu of one-size-fits-all strategies, this book digs deeper and helps parents to understand the root causes of their particular childs disorganization...This book is a MUST HAVE for all parents of children with or without ADHD!"- Nancy A. Ratey, author of The Disorganized Mind"Organizing the Disorganized Child is a breath of fresh air. Straightforward, practical, and most important, providing strategies and ideas that any parent - even the disorganized - can easily implement. Rather than wait till some children struggle I suggest that Organizing the Disorganized Child be essential reading for parents of all entering first graders."- Sam Goldstein, Ph.D., Co-author of Raising a Self-disciplined Child2009, Harper Studio, 2009, Houghton Mifflin. Hardcover. 039543095X Ships fast. Mild reading wear. Orphans Treasure Box is a 501c3 charity raising money for orphans and adopting families.TDD . Very Good., Houghton Mifflin, Vintage. PAPERBACK. 0394758439 Ships fast. Moderate wear, may contain notes and/or highlights. Pages are tanning with age. Orphans Treasure Box sells for orphans & adopting families. MJR . Good., Vintage, Vintage. PAPERBACK. 0394758439 Ships fast. Moderate reading wear. Some highlighting. Pages tight; no crease to spine. Orphans Treasure Box is a 501c3 charity raising money for orphans and adopting families. /cjb . Good., Vintage, Grand Central Publishing. PAPERBACK. 0446695521 Ships fast. Mild reading wear. Orphans Treasure Box is a 501c3 charity raising money for orphans and adopting families. sma . Good., Grand Central Publishing, Thomas Nelson. Hardcover. 0785266143 mjr Ships fast. Moderate wear, may contain notes and/or highlights. pages are starting to tan. Orphans Treasure Box sells for orphans & adopting families. . Good., Thomas Nelson, Thomas Nelson. Hardcover. 0785266143 mjr Ships fast. Mild reading wear, including highlights, underlining and notes. Orphans Treasure Box is a 501c3 charity raising money for orphans and adopting families. . Good., Thomas Nelson, Scribner. PAPERBACK. 0684824728 Ships fast. Mild reading wear. Orphans Treasure Box is a 501c3 charity raising money for orphans and adopting families. sma . Good., Scribner, Thomas Nelson. PAPERBACK. 1404104348 Ships fast. Mild reading wear. Orphans Treasure Box is a 501c3 charity raising money for orphans and adopting families. /cjb . Very Good., Thomas Nelson, Naperville, Illinois, U.S.A.: Sourcebooks Inc. Very Good. 1999. Soft cover. Softcover, in Very Good condition, no stamps or writing, in their own words and drawings, and with truth and humor, kids answer a wide range of questions on what it takes to be a loving parent, a little shelf wear on the glossy covers, nice shape, ; A-168 1-57071-442-8 ., Sourcebooks Inc, 1999, Harvest/HBJ Book, June, 1993. Trade Paperback. Very Good. GREAT BOOK! NO SPINE CREASES & MODERATE WEAR ON BLUE COVER. LIGHTLY AGED PAGES, NO MARKS IN TEXT. From Publishers Weekly\nThis strong, thoughtful first novel about a young girl and her changing relationship with her parents develops with quiet momentum beneath its cool, unadorned surface. Leslie Flynn's pretty mother, Marion, oppresses her adolescent daughter and college professor husband, Dale, with her smothering love. Marion has few interests: she gardens, feeds birds and collects china ornaments. Fearing her husband's love is ebbing, Marion prods him for reassurance, driving him to accuse her of ""exhausting this entire family."" When Dale moves out into his own cramped apartment and starts to date an anthropologist colleague, Leslie's coming-of-age crisis sharpens and she discovers, ""It was easier now to be his friend than his daughter."" As her own sexual needs intensify, she makes difficult choices. Simple details point up the family struggle to jettison the past. Before leaving, Dale cuts down Marion's beloved ""dead"" crabapple tree where birds nested, but green shoots reappear. Abject, now more neurotic than ever, Marion compulsively cleans house, hauling memorabilia to the dump.to shorten review/ss Leslie's growing maturity leads at last to an affecting vision of her mother's love, which may be ""allowed to rest like a great lion in the shade of a tree."" \nCopyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. \n\nFrom Library Journal\nThis first novel explores the turbulent interactions between a mother and her adolescent daughter. At first, Leslie Flynn worships her mother Marion, but when she gets older she finds that ""I did wish she was different . . . and I wished I wasn't so afraid of becoming just like her."" Marion, who initially seems to have it all together, finally reveals insecurity that suggests this model family may not be as perfect as it seems. The author does an outstanding job of keeping the reader in suspense as to how it will all turn out; she also counterbalances the Flynns' story with characters like Leslie's Aunt Holly and her family. A good look at the quiet--and not-so-quiet--rebelliousness felt by every teenager. Recommended for all fiction collections, and possibly some older YA collections.\n- Vicki Cecil, Johnson Cty. Lib., Greenwood, Ind.\nCopyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title., Harvest/HBJ Book

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1995, ISBN: 9780156132268

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London: Macmillan. 80 pages, illustrated, biographical notes, index. . Fine. Hardback in Dust Jacket. First Edition, 1st Printing. 1995., Macmillan, 1995, London: Robert Hale. xvii + 174 pages, illustrated, list of prominent American silversmiths and manufacturers, bibliography, index. . Very Good. Hard Cover In a Dust Jacket. 1st UK Edition. 1976., Robert Hale, 1976, Harvest/HBJ Book, June, 1993. Trade Paperback. Very Good. GREAT BOOK! NO SPINE CREASES & MODERATE WEAR ON BLUE COVER. LIGHTLY AGED PAGES, NO MARKS IN TEXT. From Publishers Weekly\nThis strong, thoughtful first novel about a young girl and her changing relationship with her parents develops with quiet momentum beneath its cool, unadorned surface. Leslie Flynn's pretty mother, Marion, oppresses her adolescent daughter and college professor husband, Dale, with her smothering love. Marion has few interests: she gardens, feeds birds and collects china ornaments. Fearing her husband's love is ebbing, Marion prods him for reassurance, driving him to accuse her of ""exhausting this entire family."" When Dale moves out into his own cramped apartment and starts to date an anthropologist colleague, Leslie's coming-of-age crisis sharpens and she discovers, ""It was easier now to be his friend than his daughter."" As her own sexual needs intensify, she makes difficult choices. Simple details point up the family struggle to jettison the past. Before leaving, Dale cuts down Marion's beloved ""dead"" crabapple tree where birds nested, but green shoots reappear. Abject, now more neurotic than ever, Marion compulsively cleans house, hauling memorabilia to the dump.to shorten review/ss Leslie's growing maturity leads at last to an affecting vision of her mother's love, which may be ""allowed to rest like a great lion in the shade of a tree."" \nCopyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. \n\nFrom Library Journal\nThis first novel explores the turbulent interactions between a mother and her adolescent daughter. At first, Leslie Flynn worships her mother Marion, but when she gets older she finds that ""I did wish she was different . . . and I wished I wasn't so afraid of becoming just like her."" Marion, who initially seems to have it all together, finally reveals insecurity that suggests this model family may not be as perfect as it seems. The author does an outstanding job of keeping the reader in suspense as to how it will all turn out; she also counterbalances the Flynns' story with characters like Leslie's Aunt Holly and her family. A good look at the quiet--and not-so-quiet--rebelliousness felt by every teenager. Recommended for all fiction collections, and possibly some older YA collections.\n- Vicki Cecil, Johnson Cty. Lib., Greenwood, Ind.\nCopyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title., Harvest/HBJ Book

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[EAN: 9780156132268], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: Harvest/HBJ Book June, 1993], No spine creases, shelf wear on cover, lightly tanned pages. From Publishers Weekly\\nThis strong, thoughtful first novel about a young girl and her changing relationship with her parents develops with quiet momentum beneath its cool, unadorned surface. Leslie Flynn's pretty mother, Marion, oppresses her adolescent daughter and college professor husband, Dale, with her smothering love. Marion has few interests: she gardens, feeds birds and collects china ornaments. Fearing her husband's love is ebbing, Marion prods him for reassurance, driving him to accuse her of "exhausting this entire family." When Dale moves out into his own cramped apartment and starts to date an anthropologist colleague, Leslie's coming-of-age crisis sharpens and she discovers, "It was easier now to be his friend than his daughter." As her own sexual needs intensify, she makes difficult choices. Simple details point up the family struggle to jettison the past. Before leaving, Dale cuts down Marion's beloved "dead" crabapple tree where birds nested, but green shoots reappear. Abject, now more neurotic than ever, Marion compulsively cleans house, hauling memorabilia to the dump.to shorten review/ss Leslie's growing maturity leads at last to an affecting vision of her mother's love, which may be "allowed to rest like a great lion in the shade of a tree." \\nCopyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. \\n\\nFrom Library Journal\\nThis first novel explores the turbulent interactions between a mother and her adolescent daughter. At first, Leslie Flynn worships her mother Marion, but when she gets older she finds that "I did wish she was different . . . and I wished I wasn't so afraid of becoming just like her." Marion, who initially seems to have it all together, finally reveals insecurity that suggests this model family may not be as perfect as it seems. The author does an outstanding job of keeping the reader in suspense as to how it will all turn out; she also counterbalances the Flynns' story with characters like Leslie's Aunt Holly and her family. A good look at the quiet--and not-so-quiet--rebelliousness felt by every teenager. Recommended for all fiction collections, and possibly some older YA collections.\\n- Vicki Cecil, Johnson Cty. Lib., Greenwood, Ind.\\nCopyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this

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Harvest Books. Paperback. Used; Good. From Publishers Weekly\nThis strong, thoughtful first novel about a young girl and her changing relationship with her parents develops with quiet momentum beneath its cool, unadorned surface. Leslie Flynn's pretty mother, Marion, oppresses her adolescent daughter and college professor husband, Dale, with her smothering love. Marion has few interests: she gardens, feeds birds and collects china ornaments. Fearing her husband's love is ebbing, Marion prods him for reassurance, driving him to accuse her of exhausting this entire family. When Dale moves out into his own cramped apartment and starts to date an anthropologist colleague, Leslie's coming-of-age crisis sharpens and she discovers, It was easier now to be his friend than his daughter. As her own sexual needs intensify, she makes difficult choices. Simple details point up the family struggle to jettison the past. Before leaving, Dale cuts down Marion's beloved dead crabapple tree where birds nested, but green shoots reappear. Abject, now more neurotic than ever, Marion compulsively cleans house, hauling memorabilia to the dump.to shorten review/ss Leslie's growing maturity leads at last to an affecting vision of her mother's love, which may be allowed to rest like a great lion in the shade of a tree. \nCopyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition. \n\nFrom Library Journal\nThis first novel explores the turbulent interactions between a mother and her adolescent daughter. At first, Leslie Flynn worships her mother Marion, but when she gets older she finds that I did wish she was different . . . and I wished I wasn't so afraid of becoming just like her. Marion, who initially seems to have it all together, finally reveals insecurity that suggests this model family may not be as perfect as it seems. The author does an outstanding job of keeping the reader in suspense as to how it will all turn out; she also counterbalances the Flynns' story with characters like Leslie's Aunt Holly and her family. A good look at the quiet--and not-so-quiet--rebelliousness felt by every teenager. Recommended for all fiction collections, and possibly some older YA collections.\n- Vicki Cecil, Johnson Cty. Lib., Greenwood, Ind.\nCopyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition., Harvest Books

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At ten, Leslie believes her mother can do no wrong-because Marion Flynn is just about perfect. Only when the family summers at Indian Lake does Leslie begin to suspect that her mother may not be the tower of strength Leslie had thought. For beneath Marion´s charm lies an insecurity that threatens to shred the bonds of one closely knit family. Blue Glass Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, Harcourt Books, Inc

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At ten, Leslie believes her mother can do no wrong-because Marion Flynn is just about perfect. Only when the family summers at Indian Lake does Leslie begin to suspect that her mother may not be the tower of strength Leslie had thought. For beneath Marion's charm lies an insecurity that threatens to shred the bonds of one closely knit family.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780156132268
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0156132265
Version reliée
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 1993
Editeur: HARCOURT BRACE & CO
312 Pages
Poids: 0,295 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 0156132265

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