The mouse, the monster, and me: assertiveness for young people

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Impact Publishers, 1977 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 79 pages
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Explains how one can become less mouse or monster and more an assertive, responsible, free person in control of life.

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User Review  - UpliftPress - LibraryThing

"The Mouse, the Monster and Me" helps develop social skills that can bullyproof youngsters (8+). Youngsters quickly grasp the metaphor and discover and develop their assertive "me" self. Aggressive ... Read full review

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User Review  - Louise Hart - Goodreads

The Mouse, The Monster, and Me tells how a person can learn to be ME. It is not good to be a Mouse and let everyone walk all over you. It is not healthy or wise to be a Monster and attack those who ... Read full review


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