Books for children and those who care for them
That's how we all feel some of the time. We all need attention–but how many of us know how to ask for it? That's what Eileen Kennedy-Moore and Mits Katayama describe in What About Me? 12 Ways to Get Your Parents' Attention (Without Hitting Your Sister). They show children how being kind and helpful is almost guaranteed to get you noticed.
If you're considering a story about sibling rivalry (especially that resulting from a new baby), how to reduce kids' aggressiveness or handle attention-seeking misbehavior, or children's real and legitimate need for adult attention, "page through" this media kit and then, to interview Kennedy-Moore, contact Parenting Press at (800) 992-6657, ext. 105 or (206) 364-2900, ext. 105. This author/psychologist will speak from both professional and personal perspectives: besides her clinical experience, she has four children born in an eight-year span. What About Me was inspired by her son, who at 4 struggled to compete with a baby and his older sister for attention.
National Parenting Publications Award
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