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Synopsis : The Problem Child written by Tess Thompson, published by Tess Thompson which was released on 2021-11-09. Download The Problem Child Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Usually, if I thought about a problem long enough, I could figure a way out, but not this one. None of us were equipped to do anything about ruthless ... “Parents cannot be afraid to let their children play outside or in their very ... -- He’s wanted Cymbeline Barnes more than anything, but can his one-time nemesis put aside their differences for a chance at love? Cymbeline Barnes has been waiting for a grand adventure. When the town competition is announced she sees it as her chance to spread her wings, even if people think she’s wild and rebellious. But when she learns that the competition is for men only her hopes are dashed. Should she give into societal pressure and do what most women do now? Marry a man of fine standing and have children? After all, it’s only her pride that’s keeping her from admitting that she’s fallen in love with Victor Olofsson. Victor Olofsson has it all. A university degree. A job at Emerson Pass Bank. A new cottage of his own. What he doesn’t have is Cymbeline Barnes - his former enemy but now the love of his life. When he learns of her disappointment about the town competition, he thinks he may have a way to win her heart for good. Family saga meets clean and swoony romance in this fourth installment of Tess Thompson’s bestselling Emerson Pass Historical Series. Fall into the past for a heartwarming escape into the American frontier during the roaring twenties.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-11-09 - Publisher: Tess Thompson
He’s wanted Cymbeline Barnes more than anything, but can his one-time nemesis put aside their differences for a chance at love? Cymbeline Barnes has been waiting for a grand adventure. When the town competition is announced she sees it as her chance to spread her wings, even if people think she’s wild and rebellious. But when she learns that the competition is for men only her hopes are dashed. Should she give into societal pressure and do what most women do now? Marry a man of fine standing and have children? After all, it’s only her pride that’s keeping her from admitting that she’s fallen in love with Victor Olofsson. Victor Olofsson has it all. A university degree. A job at Emerson Pass Bank. A new cottage of his own. What he doesn’t have is Cymbeline Barnes - his former enemy but now the love of his life. When he learns of her disappointment about the town competition, he thinks he may have a way to win her heart for good. Family saga meets clean and swoony romance in this fourth installment of Tess Thompson’s bestselling Emerson Pass Historical Series. Fall into the past for a heartwarming escape into the American frontier during the roaring twenties.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-04-22 - Publisher: Abrams
Fans of fractured fairy tales will be delighted to discover the fantasy, mystery, adventure, and humor in the beloved New York Times bestselling Sisters Grimm series by Michael Buckley, now with new cover art. As featured on NBC’s The Today Show, the nine wildly popular books are favorites around the world. They were among the first books to bring a distinctly girl-power spin to fairy tales—a spin taken up by hit movies and shows TV such as Once Upon a Time, Grimm, and Maleficent, the bestselling book series The Land of Stories, and other. New covers will appear on book one, The Sisters Grimm: The Fairy-Tale Detectives; book two, The Sisters Grimm: The Unusual Suspects; and book three, The Sisters Grimm: The Problem Child. Books four through nine will be available in revised editions soon. ? This third book in the series takes a dark twist, as Sabrina and Daphne get closer to uncovering the truth about their parents. Coming face-to-face with their parents’ kidnappers, the sisters are stunned when one of them turns out to be the world’s most famous fairy-tale character (hint: she wears red) and the other an unstoppable killing-machine known as the Jabberwocky. Without the presumed-dead Mr. Canis (aka The Big Bad Wolf) fighting at their side, the girls have little hope that they’ll ever be reunited with their mother and father. That is until their long-lost Uncle Jake returns home with stories of a weapon that can kill the Jabberwocky—a weapon so powerful that it had to be shattered into many pieces. Now the girls must find the pieces so the deadly weapon can be reformed. But to get the deed done they’ll have to go head-to-head with the Wizard of Oz, the (not so) Little Mermaid, and even the horrible witch Baba Yaga. To complicate matters, Sabrina begins to struggle with an addiction to magic and finds herself unraveling a real-life family mystery. With an irresistible combination of adventure and imagination, the Sisters Grimm series injects classic fairy tales with modern day sensibilities and suspense, creating a fantastical combination readers of all ages will love. “Kids will love Sabrina and Daphne’s adventures as much as I did.” —Sarah Michelle Gellar, star of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and I Know What You Did Last Summer “Adventure, laughs, and surprises kept me eagerly turning the pages.” —R. L. Stine, author of the Goosebumps series “Why didn’t I think of The Sisters Grimm? What a great concept!” —Jane Yolen, award-winning author “Terrific, head-spinning series . . . Rich in well-set-up surprises and imaginatively tweaked characters, this tongue-in-cheek frolic features both a pair of memorable young sleuths and a madcap plot with plenty of leads into future episodes.” —Kirkus Reviews, starred review “Enormously entertaining, the book takes the fractured fairy-tale genre to new heights.” —Time Out New York Kids “An idea that will make other children’s book writers, and tons of aspiring ones, kick themselves for not thinking of it first.” —The San Antonio Express-News “A page-turner that incorporates humor, tension, suspense and a wild cast of characters, readers will have trouble putting this novel down.” —The Dallas Morning News “Quirky and reasonable characters, engaging writing, fresh fairy tale references, and a very real fantasy setting.” —The Raleigh News and Observer, “Most Promising New Series” “The twists and turns of the plot, the clever humor, and the behind-the-scenes glimpses of Everafters we think we know, will appeal to many readers.” —Kliatt, starred review
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-06-05 - Publisher: Routledge
Originally published in 1940, this book was addressed to students of the psychology of childhood and to parents and teachers who were trying to get from psychology some light on problems of discipline and of the difficult child. It includes critical discussions of some ideas which were gaining widespread attention at the time and which masqueraded as sound psychology, but which seem to be both untrue and harmful. Topics dealt with include: fads and fallacies about discipline, repression and the inferiority complex, the supposed significance of sex in early childhood, early signs of abnormality, inborn individual differences, heredity and environment, are there "no problem children, only problem parents"?, is character determined by the early years?, the nursery school and the child guidance clinic, home discipline and the cooperation of parents, fallacies about corporal punishment.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-11-05 - Publisher: Routledge
The opening chapter traces the history of the term 'problem plays' as applied to Shakespeare and defines it more clearly and precisely than has been done in the past. Julius Caesar, Measure for Measure, Antony and Cleopatra are then discussed in separate chapters, not only as problem plays but from various points of view: such matters as themes, structural pattern, character-problems, the play's relation to its sources as well as to other plays in the canon, are all touched upon.
Type: BOOK - Published: 1988-08-01 - Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
Treating Problem Children provides a comprehensive view of children's problems and how they can be treated. The authors present an integrated approach in language that is readily accessible to professional and lay people alike. Although there is a huge and complex industry concerned with the treatment of children's problems, its hallmarks are lack of focus, poor accountability and often uncertain or damaging outcomes. The authors of this volume, who between them have spent several decades working with disturbed children, aim to remedy this. They show that it is possible to develop a comprehensive discipline for the practice of treatment which views a child as an integrated whole rather than as a collection of problems to be dealt wit
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-04-04 - Publisher: Routledge
This book puts a myriad of homework, handouts, activities, and interventions in your hands! Targeted specifically toward children and adolescents, the “therapist's helpers,” you'll find in this extraordinary book will give you the edge in aiding children with their feelings, incorporating play techniques into therapy, providing group therapy to children, and encouraging appropriate parental involvement. The Therapist's Notebook for Children and Adolescents covers sleep problems, divorce, illness, grief, sexual abuse, cultural/minority issues, and more, incorporating therapeutic approaches that include play, family play, psychodynamic, family systems, behavioral, narrative, and solution-focused therapy. This ready reference is divided into eight thoughtfully planned sections to make it easy to find the right activity, handout, or intervention for the problem at hand: Dealing with Children's Feelings, The Use of Play in Therapy, Special Child Problems, Youth/Adolescents, Specific Approaches or Interventions, Family Issues, Parent Education and Intervention, and Illness and Bereavement. Covering a wide age range, The Therapist's Notebook for Children and Adolescents will help you become even more effective with your youthful clients by: providing creative ideas for use with children expanding your repertoire of proven interventions and approaches to working with children and specific children's issues exploring effective ways to run children's groups showing you how to work with children in many modalities--individual, family, with parents, and in groups examining ways to include parents and families in child/adolescent therapy to increase the ability to make systematic changes-helping the client’s behavioral change to be reinforced at home A far cry from typical child intervention books, The Therapist's Notebook for Children and Adolescents: Homework, Handouts, and Activities for Use in Psychotherapy does much more than simply help you teach skills to children. Make it a part of your therapeutic arsenal today!
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010-06-22 - Publisher: Zondervan
Home Sweet Home: How to buy your first home, your next home and save on taxes when you sell. A-Z of Investments: From annuities to zero-coupon bonds, go from owing money to OWNING money. Get out of debt (and stay that way). Estate Planning & Long-Term Care: Learn how to protect yourself and your family.