It's Hard to Be a Verb!

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National Center for Youth Issues, Sep 1, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
8 Reviews
Louis is a verb! He has a lot of trouble focusing and he is always doing something, but the problem is usually it's the wrong something. It's hard to be a verb! My knees start itching, my toes start twitching, my skin gets jumpy, others get grumpy. When it comes to sitting still it's just not my deal. Haven't you heard... I am a verb! Louis mom teaches him how to focus by showing him a few hands on ideas that anyone can try. A must have book for all who struggle with paying attention!

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Great read for an active kid

User Review  - denise - Target

We have a 4 year old son that like most boys has a hard time sitting still. It's a great book with catchy little sayings, good suggestions on how to deal with the wiggles and a very sweet ending. I would def recommend this book and plan to get more Julia Cook books to add to our collection. Read full review

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User Review  - KerryMarsh - LibraryThing

What I love about Julia Cook's stories is they are all common situations that kids experience but tackled in a fun and interesting way. Its Hard to Be a Verb is no different. Some kids find it hard to ... Read full review

About the author (2008)

Julia Cook is a former teacher and school counselor with a masters degree in elementary school counseling. She strives to help children explore their untapped potential by actively engaging them in creative stories that not only entertain, but inspire children to change for the better. Her fun, child-friendly stories are inspired by years of working with children and carefully listening to parents and teachers. She lives in Freemont, Nebraska with her husband and three children.

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