Sometimes You Have to Say No
How to Set and Respect Limitations
Dagmar Geisler, Andy Jones Berasaluce
- 32 Pages
- April 2, 2024
- ISBN: 9781510777033
- Trim Size: 8.5in x 11in x 0in
The perfect tool to teach children how to respond to set their own limitations and respect limits set by others. Sometimes You Have to Say No provides parents, grandparents, teachers, and caregivers the opportunity to speak with children about this important topic.
Sometimes you're not interested in performing a task, going somewhere, or speaking to someone, so you say no.
But whenever Matilda, Emil, Lukas, and Taya refuse a piece of cake from their neighbor Mrs. Rose, she is offended.
Wouldn't it be better if everyone always said yes to everything? This way, no one would ever be sad or disappointed again!
When a mysterious wish on a shooting star magically makes the word no disappear, the children and their neighbors realize that life without saying no just isn't as enjoyable as they had envisioned.
In Sometimes You Have to Say No, award-winning author and illustrator Dagmar Geisler draws attention to what could be a sensitive subject to some and provides advice for not only the children who are often feel pressured to say yes, but also those who live and work with them daily, like parents, grandparents, teachers, siblings, and caregivers.
Dagmar Geisler is a German author and illustrator. She studied graphic design at the University of Applied Sciences in Wiesbaden and worked for several publishing houses and broadcasting companies. Today, Dagmar focuses mainly on children's books, both as an illustrator and an author. She illustrated My Body Belongs to Me from My Head to My Toes, which received the Silver Feather (Silberne Feder) Children's Book Prize from the German Medical Women's Association, and is the illustrator of My Feelings and Me. She lives with her family in Munich, Germany.