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by Cynthia Miller Lovell

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ISBN:
0967701015
Author:
Cynthia Miller Lovell
Category:
Parenting
Language:
English
Publisher:
Spartan Graphics (June 2005)
Pages:
18 pages
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1391 kb
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This book contains guidelines for having discussions with your foster child while reading THE STAR: A STORY TO HELP YOUNG .

This book contains guidelines for having discussions with your foster child while reading THE STAR: A STORY TO HELP YOUNG CHILDREN UNDERSTAND FOSTER CARE. Also included are insights about what foster children often go through, along with questions and activities which relate to specific pages from the story. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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A Handbook for Foster Parents. by Cynthia Miller Lovell. Published June 2005 by Spartan Graphics Remember that The Star is a tool to stimulate discussion with your foster child. Published June 2005 by Spartan Graphics. Remember that The Star is a tool to stimulate discussion with your foster child.

THE STAR: A STORY TO HELP YOUNG CHILDREN UNDERSTAND FOSTER CARE is an easy-to-read, short . To get the most out of this book, the author recommends also reading QUESTIONS & ACTIVITIES FOR THE STAR: A HANDBOOK FOR FOSTER PARENTS.

THE STAR: A STORY TO HELP YOUNG CHILDREN UNDERSTAND FOSTER CARE is an easy-to-read, short story with beautiful, watercolor illustrations. The book follows a fictional young girl, Kit, who is taken from her mother to the safety, and different world, of a foster home. On Kit's first night in foster care, she becomes friends with a star outside her bedroom window. The star tells Kit about other foster children it has seen. Genre: Children's Fiction. Used availability for Cynthia Miller Lovell's The Star.

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Cynthia Miller Lovell is a pediatric nurse practitioner and has been a foster mother. She has a bachelor's degree in psychology from Kalamzaoo College and a master's degree in pediatric nursing from Yale University. My foster daughter and I read it and told me it was good for "little kids". She's nine and has had to be the "mother" to her younger siblings for, so she see's herself as much older; HOWEVER, the look on her face told me that it helped her cope.

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Questions & Activities for The Star'. What has the author Cynthia A Miller written? Cynthia A Miller has written: 'Magellan mapping module' - subject(s): Cartography, Magellan (Spacecraft), Study and teaching, Venus probes. Cynthia D. Miller has written: 'Canine Adventures' 'A comparison between postural divergencies and motor achievement in selected motor skills of fifth and sixth grade boys' - subject(s): Boys, Motor ability in children, Posture. What has the author Gordon A Lovell written? Gordon A. Lovell has written: 'The Lovells come to Tennessee'.

The Star by Cynthia Miller Lovell I highly recommend the purchase of this book by any one that is providing foster care to preschool and grade school age children

The Star by Cynthia Miller Lovell. This book does a very good job in explaining to small children why they are in foster care. It also explains to these kids that it isn't there fault, that their mom and dad still loves them very much, and the foster family is there to care for them and protect them until mom and dad can do a better job. I bought this book because their are few books out there for children in the foster care system. I highly recommend the purchase of this book by any one that is providing foster care to preschool and grade school age children. Наиболее популярные в Научная литература.

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The book also offers hope. Cynthia Miller Lovell, author of The Star: A story to help young children understand foster care, and Questions & Activities for The Star: A handbook for foster parents. There was allways a new and exciting thing goin on. This was a great book! Guest.

This book contains guidelines for having discussions with your foster child while reading THE STAR: A STORY TO HELP YOUNG CHILDREN UNDERSTAND FOSTER CARE. Also included are insights about what foster children often go through, along with questions and activities which relate to specific pages from the story. The information in this book is appropriate to use with most 4- to 11-year-old foster children.
  • Alien
Our kiddos love The Star, and we've found this to be very helpful when discussing it with them.
  • Samowar
This handbook is a must for adults who wish to ease a child's transition into a foster care situation. It is user friendly and provides tools that caregivers can use to help nurture the bond between themselves and foster children. The workbook is short. It isn't intimidating. It provides questions about the story, THE STAR, that foster parents and professionals can use to indirectly gain more understanding of the foster child's experience. It also includes fun activities for both children and adults that can help break the ice.
Foster parents may be unpleasantly surprised by foster children's hesitancy to get close to them. This booklet can serve as a guide to help adults to effectively help each unique child. The beauty of this book is that the author is an experienced foster parent (in addition to being educated in psychology and pediatric nursing). Her experience in working with children, who have been deeply wounded, helps her to effectively relate to the unique issues that foster parents and pediatric professionals may face. The big bonus is that a pediatric psychologist co-authored the workbook. The person who reads this short book is truly receiving sound information. This is a quality product and a must for people who work with children.