Praise for Be Confident in Who You Are
“Chock-full of helpful hints . . . lists resources to help readers increase their self-esteem. The graphic-novel-like design will make this self-help tool stand out and appeal to fans of that format.”—School Library Journal
“Be Confident in Who You Are gives parents the gift of opening a dialogue with their middle school children on the issues they face. While Annie Fox writes to children in their language, parents are reminded of how stressful these times can be. Skip the next movie and read this book with your kids instead.”—Tina Nocera, founder of ParentalWisdom.com
“Smart and funny and real, these tips and tools will help you deal with real-life issues. I wish I had this book when I was in middle school.”—Ericka Lutz, author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Friendship for Teens
“The [Middle School Confidential series] books are fun to read and a must-have for tweens, teens, and their parents. Get them today and start raising confident, skillful kids.”—Dr. Lynne Kenney, The Family Coach
“We are getting our 5th graders ready for a new environment—middle school . . . Students are taking skills they’ve learned from Middle School Confidential and utilizing them in their daily lives . . . The students who have read the series have had a noticeably improved attitude about entering middle school. That shift in perspective is allowing kids not to dread but embrace their middle grade years. I encourage teachers, school librarians, and parents to get these on your bookshelves. They won’t be sitting idle for long.”—Books That Heal Kids blog
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