Author(s): Mary L Williams
A practical, popular yet humorous stress management guide for children aged 7-12 years. Cats teach kids proven relaxation & assertiveness techniques. Includes a section for parents, teachers & counsellors
Stress isn't just for adults anymore, our children are stressed, too. They need coping tools that are fun, informative and memorable. Cool Cats, Calm Kids is a practical, humorous guide to relaxation and stress management for children. In Cool Cats..., cats are teachers, sharing their 'nine secrets' for keeping cool and calm. '
'A warm and playful book... children will learn a lot about self-esteem and how to relax from these furry friends!' --- Jack Canfield Co-author, Chicken Soup for the Soul
'What fun to read!... This is a 'purrfect' book for children who love animals! It is full of cat wisdom and wonderful illustrations... puts a cheery light in your eyes and a pussycat smile on your face.' --- Dr. Pat Palmer, Author, Teen Esteem and Liking Myself
'...(an) amusing look at nine things cats do that kids can do as well when they are in stressful situations. From how to take a catnap to when to hiss and puff up, Cool Cats neatly delivers just what its subtitle promises: Relaxation and Stress Management for Young People.' --- infodad.com
'...offers practical exercises for today's kids in an easy-to-use format, with help from beautiful drawings of cats and kids....' ---The Pulse News Service
Mary Williams (Author) Mary Williams, BS, MN is a prominent therapist and educator is the areas of parenting stress management, dysfunctional family systems, and couples communication. She is in private practice at the Child and Family Counseling Center in Colorado, and has held faculty positions at Seattle University, University of Colorado and Colorado Mountain College. Cool Cats, Calm Kids is her fifth book. Dianne O'Quinn Burke (Author) Dianne O Quinn Burke graduated from St.Martin School of Art. She has twenty years experience as a freelance artist and has illustrated dozens of published books. She currently resides in California with her husband, who is also an artist, and her cat.