Meet Jan. Jan is sometimes lonely. In this illustrated guide, he describes what loneliness feels like and how it affects him at home and school. He explains what he can do to feel less lonely, and how his teachers, family and friends can help him too.
Child loneliness is an area of growing concern. This book is an ideal way to start a conversation about loneliness with anyone aged 7-18 and to help children understand the importance of healthy solitude, as well as socialising. It also includes a useful list of recommended reading, organisations and websites for further information and support.
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|Publisher:||Kingsley, Jessica Publishers|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||1 MB|
|Age Range:||7 - 18 Years|
About the Author
Julian Stern is Professor of Education and Religion at York St John University, UK. He has published numerous books including Loneliness and Solitude in Education (Peter Lang), The Spiritual School (Continuum) and Getting the Buggers to do their Homework (Continuum) and used to work as a school teacher. He has conducted extensive research on loneliness in school children.