6" x 9" original trade paperback
64 pages$9.95
ISBN: 0-9638152-1-0
How Kids
Make Friends
Secrets for making lots of friends, no matter how shy you are
Lonnie Michelle
Colorful children's version of "Dale Carnegie's How To Win Friends And Influence People." 30 colorful illustrations. 
"How Kids Make Friends is highly recommended for children ages six and up, parents, grandparents, educators and libraries." -- The Midwest Book Review
Colorful children's version of Dale Carnegie's
"How To Win Friends And Influence People"
"WOW yourself by effortlessly raising your self esteem now. Read this book." --New York Times best-selling author Mark Victor Hansen, Chicken Soup For The Soul 
"...a simple yet practical step-by-step blueprint written for any child for making friends." -- New York Times best-selling author Jack Canfield, Chicken Soup for the Kid's Soul
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 As seen in dozens of magazines and newspapers throughout the country, including:
Chicago Tribune Publishers Weekly
Today's Parent Magazine Midwest Book Review
The Tribune Review Greensburg Bottom Line Personal
The Sunday Messenger The Times
The Weekend Outlook Ft. Lauderdale Sun Sentinel 
Iowa City Press-Citizen Chicago Parent Magazine
plus many others...!


Highly recommended by children, parents, grandparents, educators, librarians, and child psychologists.

 What people are saying about 
How Kids Make Friends

"I LOVED this book! By the time my mom and I were finished reading it, my face hurt from smiling so much." -- Julie R, age 9
"This book should be required reading for all elementary and middle school-aged children." -- Gerald D. Oster, Ph.D., Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry
"How Kids Make Friends is highly recommended for children ages six and up, parents, grandparents, educators and libraries." -- The Midwest Book Review
"... A book every parent needs." -- Paula Hrbacek, newspaper columnist.


*are shy and have trouble approaching kids they don't know
*require practical, easy techniques to make and keep friends
*have recently moved to a new school and need help making new friends

...want to learn the secrets of...

*making all the friends you want--easily
*gaining confidence
* how popular kids get that way
*getting rid of shyness--forever!
*what to talk about even if you can't think of anything to say
*changing the way people think about you--today!
*getting someone's attention without saying a word
*the easiest way to get someone interested in you
*the most important word say to other kids

...and much more!

PARENTS who want to....

*take a subtle but active role in their children's friendship process
*bridge the "generation gap"
*reinforce the success habits their children learn at an early age
*get close to your child as he grows up
*keep the lines of communication open
*learn to power and value of successful habits at an early age
*know the best way to make you rchild's friends feel welcome
*learn the most dangerous thing you can do to a child's self-esteem
*condition your child to look forward to being with you
*make your child feel more comfortable inviting friends over
*express your feelings without saying a word
*gain your child's respect--without even asking for it!
*reinforce the success habits your child learns early on

...and much more!

*want to improve the friendship and communication skills of their students


*lack child development/parenting titles written for children

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