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My mouth is a volcano! —Cook, Julia, 1964-

This book teaches children to manage their thoughts and words without interrupting.

Wilma Jean the worry machine —Cook, Julia, 1964- author.

Wilma Jean worries about everything. She worries about missing the bus, doing a math problem wrong, having friends to play with, and getting carrots in her school lunch. Wilma Jean's teacher helps her figure out what wor...

Tease monster : a book about teasing vs. bullying —Cook, Julia, 1964-

When "One of a Kind" is laughed at by Purple One and called a name by Green One, is the Tease Monster to blame? This tale teaches readers the difference between friendly teasing and mean teasing, and why some teasing can...

I just want to do it my way! —Cook, Julia, 1964-, author

RJ's way of doing things isn't working out for him. His teacher is upset because so many of his assignments are missing or incomplete, but RJ blames other students for distracting him. He learns how to ask for help and s...

I just don't like the sound of NO! : my story about accepting 'no' for an answer and disagreeing ... the right way! —Cook, Julia, 1964- author.

Shows readers the steps to the fundamental social skills of accepting "no" and disagreeing appropriately. When RJ learns to use these skills the right way, he finds that rewards come his way, instead of arguments.

Decibella and her 6-inch voice —Cook, Julia, 1964-

Isabella enjoys shouting out her thoughts, ideas and feelings so much, it's earned her the nickname "Decibella!". Young readers will be entertained as she learns the "five volumes" of voice-- whisper, 6-inch, table-talk,...

Thanks for the feedback, I think ... —Cook, Julia, 1964- author.

When a couple of friends give RJ a compliment, he just isn't sure how to respond. When his teacher and parents tell him there are some things he needs to work on, his first reaction is to argue and make excuses. RJ learn...

The worst day of my life ever! : my story about listening and following instructions (--or not) —Cook, Julia, 1964-

Shows readers the steps to the fundamental social skills of listening and following instructions. When the hero, RJ, learns to use these skills the right way, he has the best day of his life.

A bad case of tattle tongue —Cook, Julia, 1964-

No one likes "Josh the Tattler" because he tattles way too much. But one night, Josh wakes up to find that his tongue is very long, yellow, and covered in bright purple spots, and itchy. Will a bad case of tattle tongue ...

I can't believe you said that! : my story about using my social filter ... or not! —Cook, Julia, 1964- author.

RJ says what he thinks ... no matter how it sounds or makes others feel. It's time RJ starts using a social filter when he speaks. With help from his parents, he learns he doesn't have to verbalize every thought that pop...

Lying up a storm —Cook, Julia, 1964- author.

Whenever Levi doesn't like the truth, he kinda, sorta makes up other stuff to say. One day his mother explains to him that telling lies will damage the trust of his friends and make him very sad. This book is a great res...

Teamwork isn't my thing, and I don't like to share! —Cook, Julia, 1964-

RJ is having another bad day--but with the help of his coach, RJ learns that working as a team and sharing are skills needed not just on the soccer field, but in school and at home too.

Uniquely wired : a story about autism and its gifts —Cook, Julia, 1964- author.

Zak has autism, so he sometimes responds to the world around him in unconventional ways. As he describes his point of view, young readers gain a better understanding of his behaviors and learn valuable lessons about pati...

Personal space camp —Cook, Julia, 1964- author.

Although Louis knows a lot about outer space, the young boy finds himself sent to Principal Goodkid's office to attend Personal Space Camp after his teacher loses her patience with his behavior.

Bully B.E.A.N.S. —Cook, Julia, 1964- author.

"Maxine liked to pick on kids... especially Winston. Winston is the smartest kid in our whole school. Maxine made him do all of her homework and give her all of his lunch money. Maxine liked to make Winston cry... then s...

That rule doesn't apply to me! —Cook, Julia, 1964- author.

The rules keep getting in the way of Noodle's fun. There are so many rules -- too many rules! And Noodle struggles because he doesn't think many of them actually apply to HIM. Will Noodle's mother and teacher convince hi...

But it's not my fault! —Cook, Julia, 1964- author.

Shows readers how to accept responsibility for their actions and not blame or try to find fault with others.--Publisher.

Soda pop head —Cook, Julia, 1964-

This book teaches children to manage their thoughts and words without interrupting.

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