What to Do-- when Kids are Mean to Your Child
For parents of children ages five to thirteen, here is solid advice on dealing with teasing, name-calling and other trials of growing up. From sandbox spats to third-grade bullying, kids of all ages suffer hurts and humiliations that leave parents at a loss about what to do. This straightforward guide provides the proven solutions parents have been looking for. Photos and illustrations.
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