Wednesday, November 25, 2015

My Very Exciting, Sorta Scary, Big Move - A Resource to help Children to overcome stress

Lori Attanasio - Big Move - English My Very Exciting, Sorta Scary, Big Move:

A Workbook for Children 

Moving to a New Home

by Dr. Lori Attanasio Woodring  
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Get This Book for Your Kid

This award winning workbook (available in ENGLISH and SPANISH) guides children from worry to wonder and fear to new friends

This one-of-a-kind creative book, written by a child psychologist, makes one of the most stressful life events for kids - moving - a little less hectic and a little more exciting. "My Very Exciting, Sorta Scary, Big Move" walks kids ages 5-11 step by step through the entire moving process, including understanding change, strategies for managing emotions, ways to say goodbye and stay in touch, preparing for a new adventure, tips for making new friends, and more. The charming illustrations and engaging activities allow children to take control of their feelings and experiences and become active participants in their exciting new adventure.

Realtors are saying that this book is "a true gift to the real estate community and for families making a move to a new home!" Military Avenue states, "Wow, there are thousands of military-children experiencing a PCS (“moving” in civilian-speak) every year. Thousands of children ages 5 to 11 that could benefit from a book like this!

Lori Attanasio - Big Move - SpanishNow available in SPANISH: Mi gran mudanza, muy emocionante y un poco aterradora: Libro de ejercicios para niños que se mudan a un nuevo hogar

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About the Author

Dr. Lori Attanasio Woodring is a licensed psychologist in New York and Connecticut. She received her BS from Cornell University and her PhD from Fordham University.

 "... gives parents the tools they need to ensure that children process a move in a healthy way and grow from the experience. During the hectic time of a move, we don’t always have time to research all the ways to help children through it, but Woodring brings it all together for us in this beautiful children’s workbook so our children can explore their emotions, process a move and ultimately thrive."