Coping with Friends
Your relationship with friends can have a lot of ups and downs. This title aims to instill a sense of self-worth and self-confidence. It treats painful and difficult situations sympathetically and hopefully, showing a pre-teen/teenager how to help themselves. The magazine-style of the books is contemporary, featuring a sassy design that kids won't be embarrassed to be seen with.
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