Bambert's Book of Missing Stories

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Language: English

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What was more disturbing is that this boy, that many had called “bright,” was showing signs of giving up and was clearly exasperated. These individuals can implement structured, guided and effective programs that often involve group work with peers. Justin would have been subject to various punishments in order to teach him that striking out is inappropriate. Here are the basic steps to making friends. While your child doesn’t have to be a social butterfly, knowing how to make friends and share feelings with others just makes life better!

Pages: 112

Publisher: Egmont UK; Reprint edition (November 1, 2010)

ISBN: 1405254351

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