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A-Z of Being the Best Leader You Can Be: Leading Through the Alphabet. Yvonne Bleam, $24.95

Not your average A-Z, this book aims to teach young people aged 8-11 about what it means to be a good leader. From honesty and respect to understanding and dependability, each of the 26 stories covers a quality that any good leader should possess and is followed by fun activities and exercises to help children learn the true meaning of each concept. Building positive leadership behaviors in children, this book will be of interest to educators, school counselors, pastoral care workers as well as parents.


Adolescent Risk Behaviors: Why Teens Experiment and Strategies to Keep Them Safe. David Wolfe, Peter Jaffe & Claire Crooks, $69.95

This book focuses on the crucial role that relationships play in the lives of teenagers. The authors particularly examine the ways that healthy relationships can help teens avoid such common risk behaviors as substance abuse, dating violence, sexual assault, and unsafe sexual practices. Addressing the current lack of effective prevention programs for teens, they present new strategies for encouraging healthy choices. An illuminating conclusion describes the key ingredients for engaging adolescents, their parents, teachers, and communities in the effort to promote healthy, nonviolent relationships among teens.


African American Family Life: Ecological and Cultural Diversity. Edited by Vonnie McLoyd, Nancy Hill & Kenneth Dodge, $27.50

This volume brings together leading experts from different disciplines to offer new perspectives on contemporary African American families. A wealth of knowledge is presented on the heterogeneity of Black family life today; the challenges and opportunities facing parents, children, and communities; and the impact on health and development of key cultural and social processes. Comprehensive and authoritative, the book critically evaluates current policies and service delivery models and offers cogent recommendations for supporting families' strengths.

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After the Crisis: Using Storybooks to Help Children Cope. Cathy Grace & Elizabeth Shores, $12.50

When a crisis shakes a child’s life it is often up to teachers to recognize and identify signs that the child is suffering from continuing stress. Although teachers don’t provide therapy, they do have tools readily at-hand to help children cope: storybooks.

The literature-based activities in AFTER THE CRISIS help children who have been through a trauma. With activities and exercises to use in conjunction with 50 selected children’s books, educators and support staff can help promote children’s ability to cope and heal from crises including:

• Earthquakes • Epidemics and mass casualty incidents • Fires and explosions • Floods • Hurricanes • Tornadoes and major storms • Shelter experiences • Volcanic eruptions


All about Drugs & Young People: Essential Information and Advice for Parents and Professionals. Julian Cohen, $29.95

Packed with information, advice and learning activities, this book tells you what you need to know about drugs, young people's drug use, and how you can help them stay safe. It covers everything from what the effects are and why young people take drugs, to how to negotiate drug rules and ways to prevent and minimise harm. An easy to use section contains factual information about various drugs, covering a description of each drug, street names, a brief history, legal status, availability, extent of use and cost, effects, possible harms, and harm reduction advice. The newest and emerging drugs, such as legal highs, are included, as well as illegal drugs, alcohol, caffeine and tobacco. If you are working with or supporting young people or are a parent or carer, this is the book you need to help you understand drugs and respond positively and effectively to young people's drug use.


Autism and the Transition to Adulthood: Success Beyond the Classroom.  Paul Wehman, Marcia Datlow Smith & Carol Schall, $41.95

Compelling stories throughout AUTISM AND THE TRANSITION TO ADULTHOOD illustrate how successful transition planning improved the lives of three diverse teenagers.  Practical forms, checklists, and suggested resources and links help readers put the proven strategies into action. This is a terrific resource for supporting the goals, dreams, and future success of young adults with autism. Key concepts include: social skills • health and safety • work habits • money management • mobility • recreation and leisure • personal appearance

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Being White in the Helping Professions: Developing Effective Intercultural Awareness. Judy Ryde, $34.95

In this reflective yet practical book, the author challenges white helping professionals to recognize their own cultural identity and the impact it has when practicing in a multicultural environment.

Judy Ryde reveals how white people have implicit and explicit advantages and privileges that often go unnoticed by them. She suggests that in order to work effectively in a multicultural setting, this privilege needs to be fully acknowledged and confronted. She explores whether it is possible to talk about a white identity, addresses uncomfortable feelings such as guilt or shame, and offers advice on how to implement white awareness training within an organization.

Ryde offers a model for 'white awareness' in a diverse society and provides concrete examples from her own experience. This book is essential reading for students and practitioners in the helping professions, including social workers, psychotherapists, psychologists, counsellors, healthcare workers, occupational therapists and alternative health practitioners.


Cartooning Teen Stories: Using Comics To Explore Key Life Issues With Young People. Jenny Drew, $45.95

Introducing the comic participation model, this practical photocopiable resource explains why comics are so relatable and engaging for young people. It looks at the different applications of comics, from simple doodle games to communicate one-on-one, to panel comics that relay entire stories. Five sample comics created in collaboration with young people are included, covering issues such as mental health, sexuality, trauma and bullying. There is also a practical how-to guide in comic form for creating a comic on any subject regardless of artistic ability, and accompanying session plans and worksheets that can be adapted to suit the needs of any individual.


Children Who Fail at School But Succeed at Life: Lessons from Lives Well-Lived. Mark Katz, $54.00

Many people who failed in school move on to enjoy meaningful and successful lives. They include — though they are by no means limited to — those with attention and executive function challenges, learning disabilities, learning and behavioral challenges arising out of traumatic events in their lives, and even those impacted by all of the above. Up until recently, little attention was paid to successful people who did poorly in school. So what did we miss? How can their life experiences help educators and parents understand what schools can do better to support students who are struggling today?

In his groundbreaking new book, Mark Katz draws on research findings in clinical and social psychology, cognitive neuroscience, education, and other fields of study — as well as stories of successful individuals who overcame years of school failure — to answer these and other questions. In the process, he shows how children who fail at school but succeed at life can give teachers and schools, counselors and health care professionals, parents and guardians — even those whose childhood struggles have persisted into their adult years — new remedies for combating learning, behavioral, and emotional challenges; reducing juvenile crime, school dropout, and substance abuse; improving our health and well-being; and preventing medical problems later in life.

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Colorful Counseling! Life Lessons Learned through Drawing for Grades K-5. Rosanne Sheritz Sartori & Rachel Hood Herrman, $41.95

COLORFUL COUNSELING helps counselors to create personalized workbooks for young students on self, family, friendship, emotional awareness, loss, anger, fears and worries, behavior and more. Includes a CD-ROM that features PDF files of everything needed to create these colorful, easy-to-use booklets.


Conversation Starters for Direct Work with Children and Young People: Guidance and Activities for Talking about Difficult Subjects. Audrey Tait & Becky Dunn, $35.95

Some children face traumatic or difficult events in their lives, and it's essential that they are helped to understand such events and given permission to talk. To do this, helping adults need to be equipped and confident to start these conversations.

Conversation Starters for Direct Work with Children and Young People provides guidance and support for any adult who needs to talk to children about difficult issues. The issues covered include domestic abuse and drug use, mental health issues, adoption and fostering, family illness and bereavement, as well as giving evidence in court. This book combines seasoned practice wisdom with practical examples and activity ideas to enable you to best help the children in your care.


Desperately Seeking Solutions: Helping students build problem-solving skills to meet life's many challenges. Kathy Paterson, $24.95

This practical book discusses the specific critical and creative thinking skills that go into confronting life's inevitable dilemmas, including those frequently faced at school. Organized for easy classroom use, the book introduces a five-step plan for handling almost any situation — from defining the problem, through considering possibilities and choosing the best option, to taking action and evaluating decisions. Concrete examples throughout the book offer simple suggestions for talking with students about problem-solving, modeling strategies, and reinforcing effective problem-solving techniques.

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Dropout Prevention. C. Lee Goss & Kristina Andren, $41.95

Meeting a crucial need, this book presents effective prevention and intervention methods that can help all students stay — and succeed — in school. The authors emphasize that dropout is a process, not an event. They provide tools for identifying dropout risk (including academic, behavior, and attendance problems) and strategies for problem solving and data-based decision making at the elementary and secondary levels. Illustrative case examples and reproducible checklists and tools enhance this user-friendly resource.


Educating Children with Life-Limiting Conditions: a Practical handbook for Teachers and School-Based Staff. Alison Ekins, Sally Robinson, Ian Durant & Kathryn Summers, $60.10

Educating Children with Life-Limiting Conditions supports teachers who are working with children with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions in mainstream schools by providing them with the core knowledge and skills that underpin effective practice within a whole-school and cross-agency approach.

Mainstream schools now include increasing numbers of children with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions, and this accessible book is written by a team comprised of both education and health professionals, helping to bridge the gap between different services. Recognising the complexity of individual cases, the authors communicate key principles relating to the importance of communication, multi-professional understanding and working and proactive planning for meeting the needs of any child with a life-limiting or life-threatening condition that can be applied to a range of situations.

Reflective activities and practical resources are provided and are also available to download. This book will be of interest to teachers in mainstream schools, as well as teachers, and senior leaders in all school settings, school nurses, children’s nurses and allied health professionals.

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Effective Interventions for Social-Emotional Learning. Frank Gresham, $39.95

This book reviews evidence-based, multi-tiered practices for promoting social-emotional learning (SEL) with typically developing students as well as those with special needs. Leading authority Frank M. Gresham, co-developer of the Social Skills Improvement System-Rating Scales, describes how to systematically assess K-12 students' social skills and plan and implement universal, selected, and intensive interventions. His approach is grounded in cutting-edge research on social-emotional competencies and their role in adjustment and academic achievement. Emphasizing what works, the book showcases programs and strategies that are sequenced, active, focused, and explicit. Detailed case examples and lesson plans illustrate different levels and types of SEL intervention.


An Empty Seat in Class: Teaching and Learning after the Death of a Student. Rick Ayers, $34.50

The death of a student, especially to gun violence, is a life-changing experience. For each of these tragedies, there is a classroom and there is a teacher. Yet student death is often a forbidden subject, removed from teacher education and professional development classes where the curriculum is focused instead on learning about standards, lesson plans, and pedagogy. What can and should teachers do when the unbearable happens? 

An Empty Seat in Class illuminates the tragedy of student death and suggests ways of dealing and healing within the classroom community. This book weaves the story of the author’s very personal experience of a student’s fatal shooting with short pieces by other educators who have worked through equally terrible events and also includes contributions from counselors, therapists, and school principals. Through accumulated wisdom, educators are given the means and the resources to find their own path to healing their students, their communities, and themselves.


The Essential Guide to Talking with Teens: Ready-to-Use Discussions for School and Youth Groups. Jean Sunde Peterson, $43.99

All young people need a safe, supportive place to “just talk” with caring peers and an attentive adult. These guided discussions are proven ways to reach out to young people and address their social and emotional needs. Teens gain self-awareness and self-esteem, practice problem-solving and goal-setting, feel more in control of their lives, and learn they have much in common with each other — they are not alone. Each session is self-contained and step-by-step. Many include reproducible handouts. Introductory and background materials help even less-experienced group leaders feel prepared and secure in their role. For advising teachers, counselors, and youth workers in all kinds of school and group settings.

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Girl Positive: How Girls Are Shaping a New World. Tatiana Fraser & Caia Hagel, $22.00

Girl Positive takes an engaging, cutting-edge view of the cultural, social and political issues facing girls today. Looking closely at topics from social media, sexual violence, hyper-sexuality and cyberspace identities to girls transforming the world as leaders and agents of change, Girl Positive offers stories of struggle and victory, and brings to light where today’s girls are finding new paths to empowerment.

The authors travelled from Montreal to Toronto, New Haven, Whitehorse, Los Angeles, Vancouver, San Francisco, Detroit and the Wemindji Cree Nation in northern Quebec, to hang out in coffee shops, dance studios, classrooms, gyms, skate parks, beaches and bedrooms, and talk with school girls, college students and young women in their early careers. Interspersed with their narratives are advice and input from experts in media, health, race and gender politics, sexuality, education and leadership.

Through Fraser and Hagel’s journey readers will learn how to better equip themselves to support girls (and boys) — as parents, friends, educators, mentors and activists. Each chapter also includes a Survival Kit, which offers tips and discussion questions for girls and the adults in their lives.


Girlhood: Redefining the Limits. Yasmin Jiwani, Candis Steenbergen, Claudia Mitchell, editors, $26.95

GIRLHOOD is a collection of essays on girls, girlhood and girl culture. Drawing from the works of national and international scholars, this book focuses on the multifaceted nature of girls' lived experiences. Examined is racism, sexism and class-ism; the power and politics of schoolgirl style; encounters with violence; cyberspace; sexuality; identity formation; and popular culture. This groundbreaking collection offers a complicated portrait of girls in the 21st century: good girls and bad girls, girls who are creating their own girl culture and giving a whole new meaning to "girl" power. These provocative essays cover all aspects of girlhood as they bring to life the ever-changing identities of today's young women.


Girls in Real-Life Situations: Group Counseling Activities for Enhancing Social and Emotional Development. Julia Taylor & Shannon Trice-Black, $61.95 (Grades K to 5); $61.95 (Grades 6-12)

This unique group counseling curriculum provides over 90 activities divided into session themes. During group lessons, girls are encouraged to share feelings and struggles as they openly discuss important issues in a safe and supportive environment. They are given the opportunity to feel empowered, gain self-awareness, develop coping strategies, improve problem-solving skills, understand that they are not alone, and learn to make healthy decisions. GIRLS IN REAL-LIFE SITUATIONS is designed for use by educators and mental health professionals in schools and other settings.

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Girls Rising: a Guide to Nurturing a Confident and Soulful Adolescent. Urana Jackson, $28.95

Young people are capable of engaging in meaningful explorations of themselves and the world around them. Adolescent girls especially have a deep desire and capacity to know themselves and explore their own spirituality. Girls Rising is a workbook of activities designed for educators, mental health clinicians, youth workers, parents, and, in some cases, peer educators working with girls ages 13-17 that provides a process for them to explore and develop their emotional, social, and spiritual selves.

The curriculum comprises of four themes surrounding self–awareness, empathy and communication skills, social engagement, and transpersonal exploration. Incorporates drawing, writing, music, media, role — playing, storytelling, and deeply penetrating interactive activities to help incite self-discovery, enhance relationships, and connect girls to a cause, principal, or source greater then themselves. Jackson’s guide offers teenage girls a unique opportunity to engage with their changing selves and their environment from a deeply soulful and creative place.


Grab Bag Guidance for Grades 5-9. Becky Kirby, $37.50

Small group counselling topics for Middle School students, including:

  • Anger management
  • Bullying
  • Decision making
  • Divorce
  • Grief and loss
  • Skills for success
  • Stress management
  • Self-Esteem

Growing Great Girls: a Gender Responsive Life Skills Curriculum. Denise Bray & Wendy Dougherty, $58.95

GROWING GREAT GIRLS focuses on decision-making skills, social resiliency, critical thinking skills, emotional knowledge, self-discovery and practical skills across six domains — physical, sexual, emotional relational, intellectual and spiritual. Designed for meaningful exchanges with small groups of girls,GROWING GREAT GIRLS creatively blends research-based interactive exercises with fun and meaningful worksheets.

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Guiding Children's Behavior: Developmental Discipline in the Classroom. Eileen Flicker & Janet Andron Hoffman, $25.95

GUIDING CHILDREN'S BEHAVIOR is a comprehensive guide to classroom management, with an emphasis on observation as the best way to determine developmentally appropriate interventions. By following a process for observing children, educators will learn how to see beyond children’s manifest behavior to focus on their motivations, needs, and interests.


Helping Kids Make Wise Choices and Reduce Risky Behavior. Terri Akin, Gerry Dunne & Dianne Schilling, $25.95

Kids make choices daily and in many different ways — freely, wisely, impulsively. Occasionally a poor choice leads to a good outcome, but as anyone who has suffered the consequences of a foolish mistake can attest, good outcomes usually come from wise, thoughtful decision making. Focusing on key ingredients like self-esteem and personal strength, the authors provide essential health and safety information while teaching vital decision-making skills. Activities are fun and engaging, yet packed with important information and skill practice. Topic areas include: Self-Esteem, Decision Making and Problem Solving, Assertiveness, OTC Drugs, Smoking & Marijuana, Stress Management, Peer and Gang Pressure, Media Influences, Resistance and Refusal Skills, Anger Management, Role Models & Support Systems, Health and Safety.


Helping Kids Manage Grief, Fear and Anger. Terri Akin, David Cowan, Susanna Palomares & Dianne Schilling, $27.50

In this book you'll find effective experiences for helping children understand and cope with these three intense emotions which, left unmanaged, can lead to deep psychological disturbances and/or inappropriate acting-out behaviors. With this collection of activities and ready-to-use blackline masters, you can help children explore, understand and express their feelings in safe and acceptable ways. Special emphasis is placed on learning to make positive behavioral choices in response to feelings of grief, fear, and anger. This easy-to-use, yet powerful collection of experiences and information can have far ranging beneficial effects — both as an effective prevention program and a tool for immediate intervention.

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Hidden Treasure: a Map to the Child's Inner Self. Violet Oaklander, $40.95

HIDDEN TREASURE is a follow up to Oaklander's first book, Windows to Our Children. Most of the books available in working with this population are written from a traditional play therapy point of view. The Gestalt Therapy-based approach provides a more effective method for psychotherapeutic work with children of all ages. The focus is on the relationship between the therapist and client, rather than observation and interpretation. It is a vigorous, dynamic approach. The book will interest child and adolescent psychotherapists, psychologists, social workers, counselors, interns, school personnel as well as graduate-level students. Parents may also find it helpful, as well as adults who are interested in the child within.


I'm Not Scared... I'm Prepared! Julia Cook, $13.95; Activity Book $13.95

The teacher at the Ant Hill School wants her students to be prepared — for everything! One day, she teaches her students what to do if a “dangerous someone” is in their school.

Unfortunately, in the world we now live in, we must ask ourselves the essential question: What options do I have for survival, if I ever find myself in a violent intruder event? I’m Not Scared... I’m Prepared! enhances the concepts taught by the ALICE Training Institute, and make them applicable to children of all ages in a non-fearful way. By using this book, children can develop a better understanding of what needs to be done if they ever encounter a “dangerous someone.”

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Improving Emotional & Behavioral Outcomes for LGBT Youth: a Guide for Professionals. Sylvia Fisher, Jeffrey Poirier & Gary Blau, $49.50

Despite growing social acceptance, many young people who are LGBT experience harassment and bullying, family rejection, and social stigmatization—putting them at high risk for depression and other mental health challenges. This book provides a road map to practices, interventions, and policies that will make a positive difference for LGBT youth and their families:

  • Discover 10 guiding principles of knowledgeable, sensitive, and responsive systems of care for LGBT youth
  • Provide culturally and linguistically responsive services and supports (includes a helpful self-assessment checklist)
  • Develop interventions that foster resilience, increase assets and strengths, and mitigate risk factors
  • Reduce the incidence of suicide-related and self-harming behavior
  • Address the needs of LGBT youth who are homeless
  • Involve young people and families in the planning and implementation of services and supports
  • Successfully blend formal mental health services and natural supports
  • Provide effective support for LGBT youth and their families in schools and out-of-home care settings
  • Use social marketing as a tool to reduce discrimination and promote social inclusion

This guide to evidence-based, family-driven, youth-guided, and culturally and linguistically competent practices and policies will help mental health and other professionals to advance systems of care that improve outcomes for LGBT youth and their families.


Inspiring Leadership in Teens: Group Activities to Foster Integrity, Responsibility and Compassion, Grades 6-12. Ric Stuecker, $44.50

This unique resource presents a comprehensive approach to developing student leadership. It serves as a field guide for conducting leadership classes in schools, camps, and retreats. By participating in group leadership activities and building on their newly learned skills, students gain the confidence needed to become leaders in school activities, athletic programs, and clubs — and later develop into good citizens, parents, members of the workforce, and participants in their communities. The accompanying CD provides PDFs of all the reproducible forms and student handouts.

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It’s Fun to Learn about Feelings: an Emotional Intelligence Curriculum for Children Grades 2-5. Carol Wood & Karyn Nash, $30.95

Fun, easy-to-use games, activities and reproducible worksheets to help children explore and express their feelings in creative, healthy ways.


Kidding Around: Connecting Kids to Happiness, Laughter, and Humour. Sue Stephenson, $24.95

An activity-based book for teachers, parents, grandparents and other care providers to use with kids of all ages — even themselves!


A Leader's Guide to the Adding Assets Series for Kids — Book and CD-ROM Activities and Strategies for Positive Youth Development. Ann Redpath, Pamela Espeland & Elizabeth Verdick, $55.95

This comprehensive, easy-to-use asset-building curriculum for grades 3-6 includes 42 sessions: one for each of the 40 assets, plus introductory and concluding sessions. Each session includes activities, discussion prompts, and a handout to bring home to parents and other family adults. The included CD-ROM features all of the reproducible forms from the book and an additional 40 pages of student handouts used in the sessions.

Research has identified 40 good things all kids need in their lives. Called Developmental Assets, they include a loving family, a caring neighborhood, self-esteem, and a commitment to learning. Requested by parents and teachers, supported by data, the Adding Assets Series empowers kids ages 8 to12 to build their own assets. Each book includes meaningful, appealing, age-appropriate ideas kids can try at home, at school, in their neighborhood, in their faith community, and with their friends.

Titles in the Adding Assets Series:

  • People Who Care About You: the Support Assets.
  • Helping Out and Staying Safe: the Empowerment Assets.
  • Doing and Being Your Best: the Boundaries and Expectations Assets.
  • Smart Ways to Spend Your Time: the Constructive Use of Time Assets.
  • Loving to Learn: the Commitment to Learning Assets.
  • Knowing and Doing What's Right: the Positive Values Assets.
  • Making Choices and Making Friends.
  • Proud to Be You.

By Pamela Espeland & Elizabeth Verdick. $11.99 each.

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Less Student Stress, More School Success: Strategies and Activities for Creating Optimal Learning Environments K-12. Susanna Palomares & Dianne Schilling, $30.95

Stress has an enormous impact on the ability of children to learn. The body’s defense system is built for short-term physical stressors, not long-term psychological and emotional stress, which can lead to health problems, memory loss, and severe learning difficulties. LESS STUDENT STRESS, MORE SCHOOL SUCCESS includes dozens of activities and reproducible student “experience sheets” designed to help students understand what causes stress, identify sources of stress, and learn strategies for managing stress on a daily basis. Activities cover relaxation techniques; the roles of nutrition and exercise; success strategies such as goal setting, time management; and positive self-talk; and tips for dealing with anger, worry, and high-stakes testing. The teacher/counselor introduction covers relevant learning theory and brain science basics.


Life Coaching for Kids: a Practical Manual to Coach Children and Young People to Success, Well-Being and Fulfillment. Nikki Grant, $31.95

Life coaching is a great way to help children and young people build self-esteem, set positive goals and deal with difficult issues such as bullying, anxiety and poor body image. This book sets out what life coaching is and how it works, what the benefits are, and how to go about coaching children and young people. Part 1 covers the background, theory and different types of coaching, and Part 2 explores the life coaching model and different techniques used, with examples of how coaching works in practice and how to build skills. The third part contains activities and photocopiable worksheets to use in practice with young people. They include general activities to develop self-esteem, set goals and build confidence, as well as activities for specific issues such as bullying, poor body image, relationships and anxiety.

Suitable for use with young people aged 9-16, this practical guide is ideal for coaches, teachers, counsellors and youth workers wanting to put coaching into practice with young people, and is also suitable for parents to use at home with their child.


Life at the Intersection: Community, Class and Schooling. Carl James, $18.95

The intersection of Jane and Finch in Toronto’s north end has long been portrayed as one of Canada’s most troubled neighbourhoods, with images of social dysfunction, shootings and “at risk” youth dominating media accounts. Setting out to discover what it means — and what it takes — to grow up in this economically disadvantaged and racially and ethnically diverse neighbourhood, LIFE AT THE INTERSECTION engages young people, parents and educators to explore the experiences, issues, perceptions and ambitions of the youth of this community.

What Carl James finds is that young people have come to appreciate the social capital and cultural wealth of their neighbourhood and that they use the negative perceptions of their community as inspiration for educational and social success. Understanding education as key to encouraging youth to persevere, endure and succeed, this book focuses on youth’s educational experiences and expectations and argues that schooling programs must consider socio-geographic context in their efforts to be socially and culturally relevant.

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The Little Book of Restorative Justice in Education: Fostering Responsibility, Healing, and Hope in Schools. Katherine Evans & Dorothy Vaandering, $7.99

Much more than a response to harm, restorative justice nurtures relational, interconnected school cultures. Relying on the wisdom of early proponents of restorative justice, the daily experiences of educators, and the authors’ extensive experience as classroom teachers and researchers, this Little Book guides the growth of restorative justice in education (RJE) into the future. Incorporating activities, stories, and examples throughout the book, three major interconnected and equally important aspects of restorative justice in education are explained and applied:

  • creating just and equitable learning environments
  • building and maintaining healthy relationships
  • healing harm and transforming conflict

The Little Book of Restorative Justice in Education is a reference that practitioners can turn to repeatedly for clarity and consistency as they implement restorative justice in educational settings.


Motivating Black Males to Achieve In School & In Life. Baruti Kafele, $25.50

One of the most vexing problems confronting educators today is the chronic achievement gap between black male students and their peers. In this inspiring and thought-provoking book, veteran educator Baruti Kafele offers a blueprint for lifting black males up and ensuring their success in the classroom and beyond.

Motivating Black Males to Achieve in School and in Life offers proven strategies for getting black male students in middle school and high school to value learning, improve their grades, and maintain high standards for themselves. The author shows how simple but powerful measures to instill self-worth in young black males can not only raise these students' achievement, but also profoundly alter their lives for the better. This book will help you to help students:

  • Reverse the destructive effects of negative influences among peers and in the popular culture
  • Surmount adverse conditions at home or in their communities
  • Participate in mentorship programs with successful black male adults
  • Take pride in their heritage by learning about great figures and achievements in black history

Whether your school is urban or rural, all-black or mixed, you'll find this book to be an insightful resource that addresses the root causes of low achievement among young black males and offers a clear path to overcoming them.

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Once Upon a Group: a Guide to Running and Participating in Successful Groups. Maggie Kindred & Michael Kindred, $17.95

ONCE UPON A GROUP is a short, light-hearted guide to groupwork, providing an easily-digestible way of understanding group dynamics, the practicalities of running a group, and how to participate in one. It covers how and where to set up a group, including the type of room used, the size of the group and the arrangement of chairs, and the importance of boundaries and rules within a group. It also covers issues such as communication, sensitivity, listening, leadership, decision-making, labeling and stereotyping, and forms of participation, among many others. Each topic is illustrated with a lively drawing to communicate the ideas presented. Based on research but written in an instantly accessible style, this fun guide will be essential reading for all those involved in groupwork including health and social care practitioners, volunteers, advice workers, youth workers and students.


Outnumbered, Not Outsmarted! An A to Z Guide for Working with Kids and Teens in Groups. Cathi Cohen, $18.50

Working with groups of kids can be tremendously satisfying – it can also be challenging and frustrating. If you’re a teacher, an athletic coach, a camp counselor, or anyone responsible for overseeing a group of kids, OUTNUMBERED, NOT OUTSMARTED gives you the comprehensive resource you need to deal with the most common problems that arise among children in group settings. With great advice on everything from dealing with bullying to the right way to discipline, from group icebreaking techniques to self-esteem issues, this useful guide will help you put your best foot forward as an adult leader.


Overcoming Student Apathy: Succeeding with All Learners, 2nd Edition. Jeff Marshall, $30.95

Overcoming Student Apathy provides a candid look into the hearts and minds of many of today’s struggling learners. Frustrated teachers and administrators typically stop at labeling the symptoms shown by these students: apathetic, unmotivated, lazy. Overcoming Student Apathy clarifies the issues, while proposing solutions to move forward with each student. The second edition has added three additional chapters that focus on critical issues surrounding today’s learners: a look at keystone habits that influence student behavior, addressing standards that frame learning and technologies that can accent learning, and creating highly engaged learning environments to achieve success with all. Undoubtedly apathy currently plagues many of our middle and high school classrooms. This book starts the conversation on how to move beyond “they just don’t care” by focusing on solutions that help to eradicate this nemesis to learning.

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The PBIS Team Handbook: Setting Expectations and Building Positive Behavior. Beth Baker & Char Ryan, $47.99

Finally, a detailed, plain-language guide for coaches, administrators, and team members for implementing and sustaining school-wide positive behavior interventions and supports (PBIS). Full of engaging anecdotes from on-the-ground experts, this comprehensive resource helps PBIS teams overcome the obstacles of staff buy-in and offers solutions for sustaining a successful school program. Sample graphs, figures, checklists, and templates will help teams chart, manage, and interpret data with ease. 

Positive school climates are not achieved through suspensions, detentions, calls to parents, or visits to the principal’s office. Rather, lasting change is achieved through collective analysis and data-driven decision making.


The Peer Pressure Monster: How to Recognize It and Defeat It. Will Cook, $10.95

In this book: Individuals learn how to free themselves from the peer pressure monster to achieve greater success. Parents discover how they can defeat the negative influence of the monster to provide more effective guidance to their children. Teachers discover a tool to gain better classroom discipline and to encourage a higher level of academic motivation to students. Leaders learn how to increase workplace productivity, instantly, by removing the peer pressure monster from the workplace to allow potential super-stars to be real super-stars.


Positive Alternatives to Suspension: Procedures, Vignettes, Checklists, and Tools to Increase Teaching and Reduce Suspensions. Catherine DeSalvo, Mike Meeks & Matthew Buckman, $46.95

This book provides all the guidance you need to decrease the frequency, severity and duration of disruptive behaviors and avoid harsh and ineffective disciplinary practices. It provides a blueprint for creating an in-school alternative to suspension by giving students the best opportunity to overcome their challenges and find success. The authors explain how to create structure, use motivation and teach social skills so students remain engaged and connected to school. Worksheets, writing samples, and an index of social skills with their behavioral steps are included on a CD.


The Power Card Strategy 2.0: an Evidence-Based Practice Using Special Interests to Motivate Children and Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Elisa Gagnon & Brenda Smith Myles, $30.95

Many researchers, parents, and autistics themselves have long understood the role of special interests in teaching and motivating individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), yet these intense areas of knowledge have not been widely integrated into the learning activities of children on the spectrum. It was author Elisa Gagnon’s insightful and innovative first edition of Power Cards that helped move the use of special interests forward, promoting classroom-based research on the deep areas of knowledge and learners on the spectrum. The authors are hopeful that the second edition of this book will further inspire professionals and parents to incorporate special interests into the lives of learners on the spectrum.

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Reaching and Teaching Children Who Hurt: Strategies for Your Classroom. Susan Craig, $29.50

This practical, strategy-filled book that shows educators how to help students exposed to trauma. Through clear and readable explanations of current research and enlightening vignettes, educators will understand how violence and other forms of trauma affect the key elements of a child's school and social success, including behavior, attention, memory, and language.


Reaching and Teaching Stressed and Anxious Learners in Grades 4-8: Strategies for Relieving Distress and Trauma in Schools and Classrooms. Barbara E. Oehlberg, $48.75

Not all children cope equally well with the stresses and traumas life throws their way, and every educator recognizes that "deer in the headlights" look some children get when current events and past traumas combine to trigger a fight-or-flight stress response. No matter how safe the classroom may be in reality, trauma deactivates cognitive skills, and learning cannot resume until the child’s equilibrium has been restored. This important new resource helps educators understand how trauma and stress interfere with cognitive skills, and how classroom and school activities can be used to restore feelings of safety, empowerment, and well-being.


Responsive School Practices to Support Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning Students and Families. Emily Fisher & Kelly Kennedy, $42.95

This book provides a practical and useful guide for school-based mental health professionals to support students, families, teachers, and administrators in the development of a safe, inclusive school environment for all LGBTQ students and families. It begins with an overview of the unique issues and challenges faced by LGBTQ students and families, including a discussion of sexuality and gender identity development within the interconnected contexts of home, school, and community. Practical steps are given for creating an inclusive school environment; implementing prevention and intervention techniques to address discrimination, bullying, and violence; and organizing effective counseling programs for LGBTQ students. These school-based efforts are then extended to working with families and communities to reinforce steps taken in the school context. An accompanying CD includes numerous handouts, sample letters, and other resources to assist the school-based mental health professional in implementing responsive and affirmative practices for LGBTQ students and families.

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Reversing Suspension: Tools for Implementing Innovative Alternatives to Home Suspension. Catherine Pardue & Ed Orszulak, $43.50 (GR 3-8)

The habitual suspension of some students is a pervasive problem in schools... often with little or no impact on changing these students’ behaviors. Some students become suspension “frequent flyers” and seem to be sent home from school on a routine basis. Reversing Suspension explores insights and strategies used in exemplary schools where home suspensions have been dramatically reduced. The primary goal of the authors is to share what has worked best for turning around habitually suspended students’ attitudes and choices so they can become more successful in school. The CD contains ready-to-print forms, surveys, assessments, and homework sheets that can be used with your school staff, parents and students. Examples of printable pages you can modify to your needs include:

Scenario-based student activities to build school success through:

  • Performance: (Learning to self-assess behaviors)
  • Responsibility: (Exploring consequences to different choices)
  • Conflict-Resolution: (Resolving interpersonal conflict)
  • Reflection: (Exploring the student choices and outcomes)
  • School staff strategy-builders for challenges of different intensities
  • Forms for students & school staff
  • Recommendations and take-home sheets for parents/guardians

Students Who Drive You Crazy: Succeeding with Resistant, Unmotivated and Otherwise Difficult Young People. Jeffrey Kottler & Ellen Kottler, $32.50

STUDENTS WHO DRIVE YOU CRAZY offers educators a model to assess, understand and respond to challenging students. It also provides strategies for handling relationships with difficult parents and colleagues. This is a practical, authoritative handbook that will assist teachers in establishing healthy, positive relationships with students and develop a supportive learning environment.

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Superheroes Unmasked: an Amazing Approach to Helping Children Learn Social/Emotional Insights and Skills Grades 2-6. Steven Hitt & Ellen Greene Stewart, $29.95

70 unforgettable lessons on self esteem, team-building, bullying, conflict resolution and leadership.


Teens Out-of-the-Box Coping Skills: Facilitator Reproducible Activities for Groups and Individuals. Ester Leutenberg & Carol Butler, $66.95

As teens mature, their sources of stress can grow too. The activities in Teens — Out-of-the-Box Coping Skills tap into the fun and energetic creativity of teens to teach them new coping skills to deal with stress, change, and the many obstacles they face as they grow into responsible and caring adults. The seven chapters include:

  • De-Stress
  • Build Emotional Empowerment
  • Develop Healthy Habits
  • Manage Social Media
  • Stand Up for Self and Others
  • Overcome Obstacles
  • Advance Beyond Coping — Thrive

At the start of every session, a teen takes an item from a brightly decorated box to introduce an activity. Every activity involves actions that encourage the skill of thinking outside-of-the-box. Participants will be encouraged to reflect, ask questions, give opinions and receive feedback; draw, write, act, play games; be a leader or a team member; create posters, bumper stickers or tee shirt slogans; and participate in many other creative activities.

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Tough Enough to Cry: a Fun and Exciting Emotional Health Guide Just for Guys. Wanda Cook, $35.95 (grades K-6)

Boys’ emotions are too often overlooked. Told from early childhood to “man up” or assured they’re “tougher than” any insult or injury, boys have traditionally been socialized in ways that stifle emotional development and, as they grow older, impairs their ability to express their true feelings. TOUGH ENOUGH TO CRY gives counselors and therapists the tools they need to understand and remediate issues that boys deal with in everyday life.


When Kids are Grieving: Addressing Grief and Loss in School. Donna Burns, $21.95

Most students experience some form of loss in their lives, and the resulting grief can profoundly affect their academic performance, emotional stability, and social interactions. Serving both as a resource and workbook, this reader-friendly primer helps educators and school counselors understand and respond to the extraordinary challenges that children and adolescents may face when dealing with loss and grief. Featuring helpful charts, quotes, activities, case studies, reproducible handouts, and resources from national organizations, this sourcebook offers strategies to help students affected by divorce; death of a parent, relative, friend, or pet; violence; chronic illness; and more. The author examines grief experiences at different developmental levels and illustrates how to:

  • Respond appropriately to expressions of grief that are unique to children and adolescents
  • Help students handle emotions associated with loss
  • Promote communication and facilitate effective interventions
  • Determine when to refer a child to a specialist
  • Respect cultural attitudes toward loss and grief

Working with Troubled Children and Teenagers. Jonny Matthew, $29.95

Working with Troubled Children and Teenagers is an easy-to-understand guide packed with wisdom for anyone working with or caring for troubled children and teens.

Author Jonny Matthew has decades of experience of working with young people, and offers simple but hard-won advice about how to earn the trust and respect of even the most challenging young people. It all starts with you, the adult, adopting a position of respect and patience. It's only then that children and young people will start to respond. From this starting point, Jonny provides a wealth of practical advice across a wide range of challenging topics — from the use of touch and understanding boundaries through to repairing relationships when things break down. Jonny uses case examples and stories throughout to bring his advice to life.

This inspiring book is essential reading for any adult invested in improving the lives of troubled children, including youth workers, social workers, foster carers and child counsellors.

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Working with Young Men: Activities for Exploring Personal, Social and Emotional Issues. Vanessa Rogers, $35.95

WORKING WITH YOUNG MEN offers a wealth of positive group activities to engage, motivate and meet the needs of young men. Designed to help them improve their self-esteem, raise confidence and develop leadership skills, this book is full of imaginative games and activities that explore issues such as anger, peer pressure, risk-taking and emotional health and well-being. 


The Yellow Book of Games and Energizers: Playful Group Activities for Exploring Identity, Community, Emotions and More. Jayaraja & Erwin Tielemans, $34.95

People of all ages learn important life skills through playing games, and recognizing this can be the key to enhancing their social, educational and personal development. The book is a collection of tried and tested games for use in workshops, youth groups and the classroom. With clear instructions, delightful illustrations and discussion ideas for every game, this book makes it easy to encourage everyone from age 6 to 86 to think for themselves, use their imagination, and interact positively with those around them.

Packed with exciting and energizing games that will entertain everyone involved, this book will be a vital resource for teachers, youth group leaders, trainers, and anyone else wishing to enrich their work with playful games and ideas.

Yes I Can Family Talk. Gary Yorke, $24.95 (ages 6 to adult, 2-8 players)

Everyone enjoys connecting with other people. However, many of us have difficulty initiating and sustaining conversations. Sometimes we don’t know what to talk about, or aren’t sure what to say about a topic we’re discussing. Yes I Can — Family Talk is a fun way to have a conversation and to get to know the other participants. It is suitable for families, classrooms, counselors, and therapists. The cards can be used as a competitive game where each player attempts to accumulate the most chips, or noncompetitively and participants respond to the cards without earning chips.

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Yes I Can — Have Impulse Control. Gary Yorke, $24.95 (ages 6-14, 2-4 players)

The Yes I Can — Have Impulse Control game is designed to help participants understand and appreciate various aspects of being impulsive and regulating their impulses. The cards provide suggestions and prompts for discussion, and the directions include several fun ways to use the cards.


Young People and the Curse of Ordinariness. Nick Luxmoore, $24.95

Again and again, young people return to the question, "Am I the same as other people or am I different?" This book is about young people trying to find answers, or at least trying to live more comfortably with the question. Using dozens of recognizable vignettes, Luxmoore explores young people's anxieties about ordinariness and extraordinariness, anxieties that affect everything: their behaviour, choices, relationships, and happiness. He describes ways of working supportively and imaginatively with young people so that they can begin to find a better balance, enjoying their lives and achieving all sorts of things without losing sight of the fact that — underneath everything and like everyone else — they're ordinary, and there's nothing wrong with that.

This original and thought-provoking book will enable professionals in counselling, teaching, youth work and youth justice to support young people struggling with these anxieties and the eternal question, "Am I normal?"

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Complete Booklist

A-Z of Being the Best Leader You Can Be: Leading Through the Alphabet. Yvonne Bleam, $24.95

Adolescent Risk Behaviors: Why Teens Experiment and Strategies to Keep Them Safe. David Wolfe, Peter Jaffe & Claire Crooks, $69.95

African American Family Life: Ecological and Cultural Diversity. Edited by Vonnie McLoyd, Nancy Hill & Kenneth Dodge, $27.50

After the Crisis: Using Storybooks to Help Children Cope. Cathy Grace & Elizabeth Shores, $12.50

All about Drugs & Young People: Essential Information and Advice for Parents and Professionals. Julian Cohen, $29.95

Autism and the Transition to Adulthood: Success Beyond the Classroom.  Paul Wehman, Marcia Datlow Smith & Carol Schall, $41.95

Being White in the Helping Professions: Developing Effective Intercultural Awareness. Judy Ryde, $34.95

Cartooning Teen Stories: Using Comics To Explore Key Life Issues With Young People. Jenny Drew, $45.95

Children Who Fail at School But Succeed at Life: Lessons from Lives Well-Lived. Mark Katz, $54.00

Colorful Counseling! Life Lessons Learned through Drawing for Grades K-5. Rosanne Sheritz Sartori & Rachel Hood Herrman, $41.95

Conversation Starters for Direct Work with Children and Young People: Guidance and Activities for Talking about Difficult Subjects. Audrey Tait & Becky Dunn, $35.95

Desperately Seeking Solutions: Helping students build problem-solving skills to meet life's many challenges.  Kathy Paterson, $24.95

Dropout Prevention. C. Lee Goss & Kristina Andren, $41.95

Educating Children with Life-Limiting Conditions: a Practical handbook for Teachers and School-Based Staff. Alison Ekins, Sally Robinson, Ian Durant & Kathryn Summers, $60.10

Effective Interventions for Social-Emotional Learning. Frank Gresham, $39.95

Empowering Youth: How to Encourage Young Leaders to Do Great Things. Kelly Curtis, $16.95

An Empty Seat in Class: Teaching and Learning after the Death of a Student. Rick Ayers, $34.50

The Essential Guide to Talking with Teens: Ready-to-Use Discussions for School and Youth Groups. Jean Sunde Peterson, $43.99

Getting Through to Difficult Kids and Parents: Uncommon Sense for Child Professionals. Ron Taffel, $29.95

Girl Positive: How Girls Are Shaping a New World. Tatiana Fraser & Caia Hagel, $22.00

Girlhood: Redefining the Limits. Yasmin Jiwani, Candis Steenbergen, Claudia Mitchell, editors, $26.95

Girls in Real-Life Situations: Group Counseling Activities for Enhancing Social and Emotional Development. Julia Taylor & Shannon Trice-Black, $61.95 (Grades K to 5); $61.95 (Grades 6-12)

Girls Rising: a Guide to Nurturing a Confident and Soulful Adolescent. Urana Jackson, $28.95

Grab Bag Guidance for Grades 5-9. Becky Kirby, $37.50

Growing Great Girls: a Gender Responsive Life Skills Curriculum. Denise Bray & Wendy Dougherty, $58.95

Guiding Children's Behavior: Developmental Discipline in the Classroom. Eileen Flicker & Janet Andron Hoffman, $25.95

Helping Schoolchildren with Chronic Health Conditions: a Practical Guide. Daniel Clay, $39.95

Helping the Child Who Doesn't Fit In. Stephen Nowicki & Marshall Duke, $19.95

Helping Kids Make Wise Choices and Reduce Risky Behavior. Terri Akin, Gerry Dunne & Dianne Schilling, $25.95

Helping Kids Manage Grief, Fear and Anger. Terri Akin, David Cowan, Susanna Palomares & Dianne Schilling, $27.50

Hidden Treasure: a Map to the Child's Inner Self. Violet Oaklander, $40.95

I'm Not Scared... I'm Prepared! Julia Cook, $13.95; Activity Book $13.95

Improving Emotional & Behavioral Outcomes for LGBT Youth: a Guide for Professionals. Sylvia Fisher, Jeffrey Poirier & Gary Blau, $49.50

Inspiring Leadership in Teens: Group Activities to Foster Integrity, Responsibility and Compassion, Grades 6-12. Ric Stuecker, $44.50

It’s Fun to Learn about Feelings: an Emotional Intelligence Curriculum for Children Grades 2-5. Carol Wood & Karyn Nash, $30.95

Kidding Around: Connecting Kids to Happiness, Laughter, and Humour. Sue Stephenson, $24.95

A Leader's Guide to the Adding Assets Series for Kids — Book and CD-ROM Activities and Strategies for Positive Youth Development. Ann Redpath, Pamela Espeland & Elizabeth Verdick, $55.95

Less Student Stress, More School Success: Strategies and Activities for Creating Optimal Learning Environments K-12. Susanna Palomares & Dianne Schilling, $30.95

Life Coaching for Kids: a Practical Manual to Coach Children and Young People to Success, Well-Being and Fulfillment. Nikki Grant, $31.95

Life at the Intersection: Community, Class and Schooling. Carl James, $18.95

The Little Book of Restorative Justice in Education: Fostering Responsibility, Healing, and Hope in Schools. Katherine Evans & Dorothy Vaandering, $7.99

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Managing Infectious Diseases in Child Care and School: a Quick Reference, 2nd Edition. Susan Aronson & Timothy Shope, Editors, $57.50

Motivating Black Males to Achieve In School & In Life. Baruti Kafele, $25.50

Motivating Children and Adolescents for Academic Success: a Parent Involvement Program. Norman Brier, $26.95 (for use in Grades 2 to 12)

Nurturing Queer Youth: Family Therapy Transformed. Linda Stone Fish & Rebecca Harvey, $39.50

Once Upon a Crime: Using Stories, Simulations and Mock Trials to Explore Justice and Citizenship in Elementary Schools. Wanda Cassidy & Ruth Yates, $32.95

Once Upon a Group: a Guide to Running and Participating in Successful Groups. Maggie Kindred & Michael Kindred, $17.95

101 Creative Strategies for Reaching Unmotivated Student Learners (Grades 2-8), Susan Smith-Rex & James Rex, $31.95

Outnumbered, Not Outsmarted! An A to Z Guide for Working with Kids and Teens in Groups. Cathi Cohen, $18.50

Overcoming Student Apathy: Succeeding with All Learners, 2nd Edition. Jeff Marshall, $30.95

The PBIS Team Handbook: Setting Expectations and Building Positive Behavior. Beth Baker & Char Ryan, $47.99

The Peer Pressure Monster: How to Recognize It and Defeat It. Will Cook, $10.95

Positive Alternatives to Suspension: Procedures, Vignettes, Checklists, and Tools to Increase Teaching and Reduce Suspensions. Catherine DeSalvo, Mike Meeks & Matthew Buckman, $46.95

The Power Card Strategy 2.0: an Evidence-Based Practice Using Special Interests to Motivate Children and Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Elisa Gagnon & Brenda Smith Myles, $30.95

Reaching and Teaching Children Who Hurt: Strategies for Your Classroom. Susan Craig, $29.50

Reaching and Teaching Stressed and Anxious Learners in Grades 4-8: Strategies for Relieving Distress and Trauma in Schools and Classrooms. Barbara Oehlberg, $48.75

Resilience in the Classroom: Helping Students with Special Needs. Lisa Medoff, $28.95

Responsive School Practices to Support Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning Students and Families. Emily Fisher & Kelly Kennedy, $42.95

Reversing Suspension: Tools for Implementing Innovative Alternatives to Home Suspension. Catherine Pardue & Ed Orszulak, $43.50 (GR 3-8)

Students Who Drive You Crazy: Succeeding with Resistant, Unmotivated and Otherwise Difficult Young People. Jeffrey Kottler & Ellen Kottler, $32.50

Superheroes Unmasked: an Amazing Approach to Helping Children Learn Social/Emotional Insights and Skills Grades 2-6. Steven Hitt & Ellen Greene Stewart, $29.95

Supporting Youth: How to Care, Communicate and Connect in Meaningful Ways. Nancy Tellett-Royce, $16.95

A Survival Guide for the Elementary/Middle School Counselor, 2nd Edition. John J. Schmidt, $47.99

Teens Out-of-the-Box Coping Skills: Facilitator Reproducible Activities for Groups and Individuals. Ester Leutenberg & Carol Butler, $66.95

Temperament in the Classroom: Understanding Individual Differences. Barbara Keogh, $31.95

Tough Enough to Cry: a Fun and Exciting Emotional Health Guide Just for Guys. Wanda Cook, $35.95 (grades K-6)

When Kids are Grieving: Addressing Grief and Loss in School. Donna Burns, $21.95

Working with Troubled Children and Teenagers. Jonny Matthew, $29.95

Working with Young Men: Activities for Exploring Personal, Social and Emotional Issues. Vanessa Rogers, $35.95

The Yellow Book of Games and Energizers: Playful Group Activities for Exploring Identity, Community, Emotions and More. Jayaraja & Erwin Tielemans, $34.95

Yes I Can — Family Talk. Gary Yorke, $24.95 (ages 6 to adult, 2-8 players)

Yes I Can — Have Impulse Control. Gary Yorke, $24.95 (ages 6-14, 2-4 players)

Young People and the Curse of Ordinariness. Nick Luxmoore, $24.95

Youth and Subculture as Creative Force: Creating New Spaces for Radical Youth Work. Hans Arthur Skott-Myhre, $45.00

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