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This book is temporarily

out-of-print.

Will the New Baby Be Bigger Than Me?

 

Written by

Dr. Joan Fallon

& Dr. Arlene Feltenstein

 

Illustrated by

Vivi Escriva

 

About the book...

." A boy's fears about the changes that might come with a new baby in the family are relieved when he sees that the new arrival looks just like him.  A humorous situation delivered with mastery by two experienced professionals."

 

24 pages, 6 7/8" x 5 5/8"  

Illustrated. Full Color.

 

SORRY

This book is temporarily

out-of-print.

 


 

This book is temporarily  out of print.

Am I Still Special?

 

Written by

Dr. Arlene Feltenstein

& Dr. Joan Fallon

 

Illustrated by

Vivi Escriva

 

 

About the book...

 

The boy is growing up but still has lingering feelings about his place in the family.  "Am I Still Special?" deals with jealousy in a charming and delicate fashion. The authors have brought to this series a sensitive approach to common day to day problems of growing up in a family.  Parents and educators will be able to address sibling rivalry with warmth and love.  The text is in rhyme and easy to understand.

 

24 pages, 8" x 8"  

Illustrated. Full Color.

Soft cover

ISBN # 1-56492-288-X

 

SORRY.

This book is temporarily  out of print.


 

Help siblings adjust to a new baby...

When there's a new baby on the way, other children in the family often have many questions and concerns. Make them feel part of the process. Invite children to place their hand on mommy's tummy and feel the baby move. Involve them in some  preparations for the new baby's room, toys, clothing etc. Reassure them that they are still important and loved. Once the new baby arrives, let them help in any way they can, depending on their age and ability. Make some special one-on-one time for each older sibling to help assure them that they are, indeed, still special.

About the Authors

 

Arlene

Feltenstein Ph.D.

Author, educator, Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, nutritionist, pianist and composer, Dr. Feltenstein holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from Hunter College in New York City, Post-graduate studies were pursued by her, in the area of teaching the gifted and learning disabled, at Fordham University. She also explored the creative arts at the Lincoln Center Institute for Aesthetic Education, and at The Foundation for Mind Research, better known as Jean Houston's "Mystery School". Feltenstein taught elementary school in Larchmont, New York for 27 years, and now resides in Scottsdale, Arizona. She has two grown sons and one grandchild.

 

Dr. Feltenstein may be reached by e-mail at: DOCAS@aol.com or by Fax at: 602-485-0662


Dr. Joan Fallon

Dr. Joan M. Fallon is a Fellow of the International Council on Chiropractic Pediatrics. She is  Chair of the Council on Chiropractic Pediatrics and has tremendous experience working with children with autism. She is a former Assistant Professor at Yeshiva University in New York City and serves on the faculties of numerous colleges and universities. She lectures extensively around the world to both chiropractic and medical audiences and sits on numerous inter-professional committees and boards. She is the author of the landmark study: "The Role of the Chiropractic Adjustment in the Care of Treatment of 332 Children with Otitis Media" published in JCCP 1 1997. Dr. Fallons research involves the search for biomarkers for autism, ADD and ADHD as well as other neurodegenerative diseases.

 

She is a 1979 graduate of Franklin and Marshall College and received her doctorate in 1983 from Palmer University, Iowa. She is a Fellow of the ICA Pediatric Council and is presently chair of that Council. Additionally, she is a board member of the ICA Board of Directors and a board member of the Kentuckiana Children's Hospital, Louisville, KY. She serves as a local mentor to the high school students participating in the Intel Science Projects and donates hundreds of hours a year to underprivileged children who need care.



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