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Author Dyer, Wayne W.
Title Good-bye, bumps! : talking to what's bugging you / Wayne W. Dyer and Saje Dyer ; illustrated by Stacy Heller Budnick.
Imprint Carlsbad, CA : Hay House, Inc., 2014.
Edition First edition.

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 OTTERBEIN JUVENILE  158.1 D985g    AVAILABLE  
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 OTTERBEIN JUVENILE  158.1 D985g    AVAILABLE  
Author Dyer, Wayne W.
Subject Change (Psychology) -- Juvenile literature.
Adjustment (Psychology) -- Juvenile literature.
Habit breaking -- Juvenile literature.
Self-realization -- Juvenile literature.
Alt Name Dyer, Saje.
Budnick, Stacy Heller.
Description 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 24 cm
age Children lcdgt
Edition First edition.
Summary In Good-bye, Bumps!, Saje Dyer, daughter of bestselling author Dr Wayne W. Dyer, tells a remarkable story from her childhood in which she was able to overcome a physical condition in a very unique way. In the telling of her story she teaches children the important lesson that when something is bothering them, they can change their attitude toward it and not allow it to have power over them. This story will help kids understand that some things about themselves can be changed and others will always be with them, but what matters is how they choose to think about these things. In addition to its valuable lesson, this charming story will remind all readers, both young and old, of what can be done with the childlike belief in what is possible.
Audience Grade Level: PreK-2.
ISBN 9781401945855 (hbk.)
1401945856 (hbk.)
OCLC # 874794824


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