Release on 2012 | by Warwick Pudney,Eliane Whitehouse
Helping Young Children and Their Parents to Deal with Anger
Author: Warwick Pudney,Eliane Whitehouse
Pubpsher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
This book is packed with advice and strategies for understanding and managing anger in children under five, with guidance on how to help a parent or caregiver to cope with their angry feelings too. The authors outline the different reasons children may feel, and offer strategies to combat negative feelings and minimize outbursts.
On an island not too far away lives a little volcano called Aloalo. One morning Aloalo wakes up to find his tummy really really hurts. Poor Aloalo not sure what to do, soon has his friends come to his rescue. Trying different things to help Aloalo feel better. Will his friend’s be successful?
What happens when a volcano erupts? What causes earthquakes? Can we predict earthquakes? My Little Book of... Volcanoes & Earthquakes answers all these questions and many more. Combining easy-to-read text with stunning photographs, learning about earthquakes and volcanoes has never been so much fun! Learn how and why volcanoes occur, the largest and most dangerous and how we try and live with earthquakes today. This series provides first introductions to key non-fiction topics and includes stunning photographs and bite-size chunks of easy-to-read text.
In The Little Volcano Inside, young readers can journey with Tal as he discovers the source of his explosive feelings, and comes to understand that he holds the power to control them. In this remarkable story, Tal thinks of ways he can calm the little volcano inside. He wonders why other children don't seem to have such an active volcano, like he does. He enlists the help of his friends at pre-school, and even his teacher, to work together to control their volcanoes without using physical force. Written by a social worker specializing in violence among children, The Little Volcano Inside clearly communicates complex ideas perfectly pitched to a child's level of cognitive and emotional understanding. It presents an important opportunity for parents, teachers, child psychologists and social workers to teach children to handle everyday challenges in a calm, non-physical way.
In this lay reader's introduction to the most spectacular and devastating of all geological events, Rolf Schick describes how earthquakes and volcanoes are related, and how they are an integral part of Earth's structure. Tracing the latest findings and theories in plate tectonics, he helps readers ask and answer the basic questions: What was it during the formation of Earth that led to these phenomena? Why do they occur in certain areas and not in others? How can we, within reason, protect ourselves from their devastation? And how far have we come, and how far can we go, in predicting when they will strike? For the reader who wants a concise and accessible guide to what makes the ground shake and explode, this is the perfect introduction.
Helping Adolescents and their Parents to Deal with Anger
Author: Warwick Pudney
Pubpsher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Some adolescents seem to act as if they have a volcano inside -- always on the verge of erupting into anger. They often generate discord and have combative relationships with parents, care givers and other adults who work with them. Adolescent Volcanoes is a practical resource for adults working with adolescents and their parents to help them understand, express and manage their anger. Featuring interactive worksheets and handouts throughout, it explores the causes of anger, focusing not only on the adolescent, but also on styles of parenting and situations at home that can exacerbate these feelings, and suggests ways to tone down confrontations and improve relationships. It describes models that explain the dynamics of arguments, such as 'power analysis' and 'positive intentions'. It also explains anger management tools such as 'escalators', 'time out', 'emotional awareness', 'triggers' and the 'four-part phrase'. By improving emotional management and communication, this resource will help adolescents to understand how to reduce attacking behaviour and turn their anger into something positive. Adolescent Volcanoes can be used as the basis of counselling sessions and incident management. It will be invaluable for counsellors, teachers, youth workers and social workers who work with adolescents.
Release on 2009 | by Jim E. O'Connor,Rebecca J. Dorsey,Ian Madin
Geologic Field Trips Through the Dynamic Landscape of the Pacific Northwest
Author: Jim E. O'Connor,Rebecca J. Dorsey,Ian Madin
Pubpsher: Geological Society of America
"This volume contains guides for 34 geological field trips offered in conjunction with the October 2009 GSA Annual Meeting in Portland, Oregon. Showcasing the region's geological diversity, the peer-reviewed papers included here span topics ranging from accreted terrains and mantle plumes to volcanoes, floods, and vineyard terroir. Locations visited throughout Oregon, Washington, and Idaho encompass Astoria to Zillah. More than just a series of maps, the accompanying descriptions, observations, and conclusions offer new insights to the geologic processes and history of the Pacific Northwest - insights that will inspire readers to put their boots on the evidence as they develop their own understanding of this remarkable and dynamic corner of the world."--Publisher's description.