Fiction often can be an effective vehicle for teaching lessons, both to children and adults. Below is an article about two books for kids on matters they may face. Question: Are there any good fiction books to teach kids about conflict with peers and methods of resolution? If so, I'd appreciate your letting me know the titles. Thanks.From "Author tackles addiction with children's book" (Murfreesboro Post):
Sometimes the best MTSU [Middle Tennessee State University] stories are about individual initiatives by the uniquely talented and fascinating individuals who work here.
Elaine Mitchell Palmore is one of those individuals.
With her bubbly personality and passionate concern for children, Palmore is endearing to all kinds of people with all kinds of agendas.
Palmore, the director of MTSU's Child Development Center, is writing children's literature for the needs of today's children.
Palmore's second book, "Big Changes in the Crow Family," tackles the tricky subject of divorce in a similarly compassionate, kid-friendly way.
Mom and Dad Crow, who have three little hatchings, grow apart as Mom returns to college to better herself and the Crows develop different sets of friends and different life agendas.
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