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Joy Berry

  • 5 stars across 61 books
    Joy Berry, pioneering educator and child-development specialist, has written more than 250 juvenile self-help books for toddlers to tweens that have sold over 85 million copies. Joy's lifelong mission has been to help children help themselves by providing the information and motivation they need to lead responsible lives. Joy began her career as an elementary school teacher and went on to found two award-winning preschool and day-care centers in Southern California before beginning her career as a writer. She holds advanced degrees in education and human development. Along with her academic and teaching credentials she holds the distinguished honor of being a parent and grandparent.
    24th May 2010

    Bathtime

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    8th June 2010

    Help Me Be Good Tattling

    "Tattling" defines tattling, discusses why children tattle, and explains when it is appropriate and inappropriate to rep... More

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    26th October 2010

    Help Me Be Good Teasing

    Teasing is disruptive behavior that can be damaging to others. The book offers tips on how to turn this "misbehavior" in... More

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    8th June 2010

    Help Me Be Good Disobeying

    "Disobeying" explains why parents tell their children what to do and encourages children to obey their parents. Free do... More

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    26th October 2010

    Help Me Be Good Bullying

    Being bullied is no fun. In this reassuring book for ages 4-7, readers learn why some children are bullies and they get ... More

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    8th June 2010

    Help Me Be Good Fighting

    "Fighting" explains the negative effects of fighting and helps children find better ways to resolve conflict. Free down... More

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    15th June 2010

    Help Me Be Good Being Rude

    "Being Rude" explains to children what it means to help others and have a positive impact on the world around them. Fre... More

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    8th June 2010

    Help Me Be Good Whining

    "Whining" explains why children whine and encourages them to utilize more positive ways to get attention and have their ... More

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    1st April 2011

    Mealtime

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    23rd September 2008

    Illness

    Why do people get illnesses? What is a diagnosis? How can you deal with an illness? This book will help you find the ans... More

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