Image Deal With It
Deal with it from the inside out
by Kat Mototsune
A timely new resource for helping kids deal with the costs of conforming to social images and the very real dangers of judging a book by its cover.
What are you looking at, punk? Or are you a jock, a goth or an indie rock guy? The image we project sends signals to others about who we are. But image can also be a prison and the source of many conflicts. This latest volume in the Deal With It series looks at the costs of conforming to social images and the very real dangers of judging a book by its cover.
About the Author
KAT MOTOTSUNE is a former editor at ChickaDEE Magazine and OWL Books. She has edited dozens of critically acclaimed non-fiction and education books for children. She lives in Toronto.
JUVENILE NONFICTION / Social Topics / Emotions & Feelings, JUVENILE NONFICTION / Social Topics / General (see also headings under Family), JUVENILE NONFICTION / Social Topics / Peer Pressure
Author Identity, Author Identity: Asian Canadian, Juvenile Non-Fiction, Juvenile Non-Fiction: Conflict and Bullying, Juvenile Non-Fiction: Relationships, Juvenile Non-Fiction: Self-Awareness
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Rudeness Deal With ItDemonstrating good manners goes way beyond not talking with your mouth full. This book shows kids just how harmful rudeness can be, and explains how the keys to conflict resolution are also the basis of good manners everywhere.$12.95, PaperbackInterest ages: 9+
Lying Deal With ItThis book will help kids deal straight up with conflict and lying, whether they have lied, been lied to, or witnessed others struggling to tell the truth.$12.95, PaperbackInterest ages: 9+
Girlness Deal With ItA timely new resource for helping kids deal with issues surrounding gender identity and how girls can cope with the conflicts that arise when we question what it means to be female.$24.95, HardcoverInterest ages: 9-14Reading level: Grade 7Lexile Reading Level: 840L
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