HEY! LISTEN TO THIS: Stories to Read Aloud
“A splendidly thoughtful selection.... Trelease
welcomes everyone in with wide embrace.”—
Washington Post Book World. 48 read-aloud
selections ideal for parents and teachers to
share with children ages five through nine.
Penguin 432pp. 0-14-014653-9 $15.00
READ ALL ABOUT IT!
Great Read-Aloud Stories, Poems, and
Newspaper Pieces for Pre-Teens and Teens
Trelease turns his attention to older children
with a selection of 50 works from newspapers,
magazines, and books, all aimed at the special
interests of adolescents. Contributors include
Mike Royko, Maya Angelou, and Jerry Spinelli.
Penguin 432pp. 0-14-014655-5 $13.95
THE READ-ALOUD HANDBOOK
Fifth Revised Edition
Trelease’s classic work details the link between
reading aloud and imagination, the pitfalls of
the superchild syndrome, how to wean children from television, and the relationship
between reading aloud and reading development. Includes a new chapter on important
lessons from Oprah, Harry Potter, and the
Internet. Plus, more than 100 new titles have
been added to the Treasury.
Penguin 432pp. 0-14-100161-5 $15.00
f TEACHER SAYS
30 Fool-Proof Ways to Help Kids
Thrive in School
Washington Post education columnist and veteran educator Vuko gives parents grade-specific advice for children in kindergarten
through high school.
Perigee 336pp. 0-399-52997-7 $15.00
Michael D. Whitely, Ph.D.
BRIGHT MINDS, POOR GRADES
Understanding and Motivating
Your Underachieving Child
A ten-step program that inspires underachieving children to reach academic success.
Perigee 326pp. 0-399-52705-2 $13.95
THE PLUG-IN DRUG
Television, Computers, and Family Life
Winn takes a compelling look at television’s
impact on children and the family, as well as
the effects of such newer media as computers,
video games, and other control devices.
Penguin 352pp. 0-14-200108-2 $14.00
8 Developmental Psychology
Daniel G. Amen, M.D.
The Breakthrough Program That Allows
You to See and Heal the 6 Types of ADD
With recommendations for prescription drugs,
parenting strategies and more, Amen offers a
program that can lead sufferers of ADD to a
normal and fully functional life.
Berkley 448pp. 0-425-18327-0 $14.95
Thomas Armstrong, Ph.D.
THE MYTH OF THE A.D.D. CHILD
50 Ways to Improve Your Child’s
Behavior and Attention Span
Without Drugs, Labels, or Coercion
Plume 320pp. 0-452-27547-4 $13.95
Also in Tarcher: In Their Own Way 1-58542-051-4
f EXPECTING ADAM
A True Story of Birth, Rebirth,
and Everyday Magic
Beck’s book tells the story of her pregnancy
with a Down syndrome child and the odd
coincidences and paranormal experiences that
accompanied her pregnancy.
Berkley 336pp. 0-425-17448-4 $13.95
Kristi Meisenbach Boylan
BORN TO BE WILD
Freeing the Spirit of the Hyper-Active Child
Boylan tells how, with the help of an enlightened doctor and some very devoted teachers,
she and her husband were able to free their
son from labels and medicine.
Perigee 224pp. 0-399-52891-1 $14.95
Ronald D. Davis with Eldon M. Braun
THE GIFT OF DYSLEXIA
Why Some of the Smartest People
Can’t Read and How They Can Learn
The author shares the startling discovery that
enabled him to overcome his own dyslexia,
and he reveals how dyslexia may be linked to
uncommonly high levels of intelligence, creativity, and imagination, and outlines a clear
and simple plan that anyone can use to help
themselves or others conquer this all-too-com-mon disability.
Perigee 288 pp. 0-399-52293-X $14.95
Lindsey Biel, M.A., OTR/L and Nacy Peske
f RAISING A SENSORY SMART CHILD
The Definitive Handbook for Helping
Your Child with Sensory Integration Issues
Foreword by Temple Grandin
This comprehensive guidebook offers cutting-edge advice to parents of children with Sensory
Integration Dysfunction, written by an occupational therapist and a parent of a child with SI.
Penguin 384 pp. 0-14-303488-X $15.00
Available March 2005
A DIFFERENCE IN THE FAMILY
Living With a Disabled Child
“Admirable both as a work of scholarship and
as a frank chronicle of grief, rage, and guilt.”—
The New Republic.
Penguin 272pp. 0-14-005941-5 $15.00
Tom Hallman, Jr.
The Boy Behind The Mask
Developed from a series of articles that won
Hallman the Pulitzer Prize, Sam is a true story
about fitting in, medical miracles, and the
inner strength of one courageous boy.
Berkley 256pp. 0-425-19174-5 $14.00
Janet E. Heininger and Sharon K. Weiss
FROM CHAOS TO CALM
Effective Parenting of Challenging Children
with ADHD and Other Behavioral Problems
Foreword by Sam Goldstein
Three points of view—parent’s, therapist’s,
and child’s—make this one of the most practical guides for behavioral issues.
Perigee 352pp. 0-399-52661-7 $14.95
Harold S. Koplewicz, M.D.
f MORE THAN MOOD Y
Recognizing and Treating
Koplewicz shows parents the warning signs,
risk factors, and key symptoms of depression
in children, and explores a broad range of
Perigee 384pp. 0-399-52912-8 $15.95
Carol Stock Kranowitz, M.A.
f THE OUT-OF-SYNC CHILD HAS FUN
Activities for Kids with
Sensory Integration Dysfunction
Kranowitz’s book features more than 100 playful activities that are SAFE—Sensory-motor,
Appropriate, Fun, and Easy—to help develop
and organize a child’s brain and body.
Perigee 352pp. 0-399-52843-1 $14.95