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Really, Charlie? Really? - Charlie's Tale #2

by Sherry Patterson
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School nurses use the term of endearment, "Frequent Fliers" to describe children who make numerous visits to the school clinic, but are not really sick. While their trips may signal a need, their frequent physical complaints make it difficult for school staff to discern when they are truly ill. In this tale, Charlie cries wolf when he repeatedly barks to go outside, but not to do his "business". He just wants to visit the neighbor dog.

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Created on: Mar-05-2015   Published on: Mar-05-2015
Format: 8.5"x8.5" - Softcover w/Glossy Laminate - Premium Photo Book
Theme: Storybook    Sales Term:  Everyone
Preview Limit: 32 Pages
Amanda    boy who cried wolf    Charlie    children    David    dogs    Dover    fake    false alarm    fib    frequent fliers    friendship    health    lesson    lie    parable    pets    physical complaints    relationships    school nurse    series    Sherry Patterson    trick    unconditional love   
About Author
author icon Sherry
Joined: Jan-06-2015

Sherry Patterson is a School Nurse for Dover City Schools in Dover, Ohio. She wrote the Charlie's Tale series for use as a classroom or one on one tool to teach young students about issues that are sometimes difficult to address with them on a personal level. Her children Amanda and David and their dog, Charlie are the series' main characters. She uses them in a light-hearted way as bibliotherapy to demonstrate some of the common situations she deals with in her daily practice. There are discussion questions included at the end of each book to facilitate conversation with students about the topic.

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