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I Forgot!

by Susan Monson

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"I Forgot " is a children's book featuring Ralph, the field mouse. It was written to help parents learn additional skills in raising their children. It is the first in a series of books dealing with common themes. This book is intended to be used by parents WITH their children. It's an indirect way to begin to talk about your child's forgetting. The final page of the book is for ADULTS only. The morale of the story and certain values presented in the book are highlighted. Use the final page for discussion with your child and for ideas to help your child change 'forgetting' behavior.… (more)
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"I Forgot " is a children's book featuring Ralph, the field mouse. It was written to help parents learn additional skills in raising their children. It is the first in a series of books dealing with common themes. This book is intended to be used by parents WITH their children. It's an indirect way to begin to talk about your child's forgetting. The final page of the book is for ADULTS only. The morale of the story and certain values presented in the book are highlighted. Use the final page for discussion with your child and for ideas to help your child change 'forgetting' behavior.

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