How To Win Friends And Influence People For Kids by Karen Campbell

Teaching Children How To Make Friends And Be Popular Book 3 of the ‘Positive Parenting’ Series

How to win friends  and  influence people for kids

A truly happy child always has at least one friend. For some children making and keeping friends comes naturally, but for others, friendship problems can make them feel very sad and lonely. As adults, most of us assume that children know how to approach and talk to friends, but this isn't always the case. How To Win Friends And Influence People for Kids shows you how to teach these skills to your child. Once they have started to master these interpersonal skills, they will naturally attract friends. 

This wonderful book also gives your child information and skills to practise so that they can be more popular and a leader among their peers. This is not only a great skill to have at school...but the benefits will continue to add to a successful and happy time all through their lives. 

Karen Campbell is a highly experienced teachers who has shown hundreds of children how to make friends, become more popular and maintain positive and happy relationships. 

About the Author:

Karen Campbell has taught children aged from 5 to 13 over the past 20 years. She has written a series of easy to read books on Parenting Skills. Topics include Confident Kids, How to Improve Your Child's Behavior Today, Communicating with Kids, How to Win Friends and Influence People for Kids, Smart Baby, Achieving Success at School and The Puberty Bomb.

Karen has taught for many years and has two teenage children, so she knows how kids tick. 

Genre: FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Parenting / General

Secondary Genre: FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Friendship

Language: English

Keywords: how to make friends and influence people, making friends, popular children, talking to friends, friends, how to be popular, leadership

Word Count: 9063

Sales info:

This book is a very steady seller on Amazon. It is the most popular book in our Positive Parenting series and has some great reviews...

Yet another fantastic book by Karen & Katrina. This book contains real life examples and tips you can put into action immediately to make a difference in your children's lives. Highly recommended.

Sample text:

Chapter 1 - Why Are Friends So Important?

We send our children to school to get an academic education, but developing their social skills is of equal importance and making friends is a huge part of being happy at school and in life.

Learning how to socialize and get along with others is an essential life skill and it is important that children develop these skills at an early age and continue to build their skills throughout life.

Unfortunately some children really struggle with making and keeping friends and sometimes parents are unaware of whether their children do actually have friends or not. Having real friendships is extremely important for a child’s social and emotional wellbeing and development. It enhances their self-esteem and self-confidence and this leads to better academic performance at school. If they are having friendship problems then their world tends to turn upside down and often this has an affect on their learning as well.

Not having friends can often be the cause of many minor or major issues that they may be experiencing and it can also have a very negative impact on their enjoyment of school. Let’s face it…if they aren’t enjoying school, then they probably won’t even want to go.

To find out if your child has problems making or keeping friends, you could ask them about whom they spend time with during lunch breaks at school. Think about if they are regularly invited to other friend’s houses for a play or for sleepovers and birthday parties or whether they actually invite friends home themselves.

If not, then it’s possible that they don’t have a best friend or any friends at all.  

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