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The Koala Who Wouldn't Cooperate

The Koala Who Wouldn't Cooperate


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Research tells us many common psychological problems can be prevented if children are taught specific emotional, social and behavioral skills when they are young. In each book in this series, an animal learns a new skill to overcome his or her problem. Each book also comes with a stuffed animal representing the story's central character and suggestions on play therapy techniques that can reinforce the message of the story.

Charlie the Koala was the center of attention when he was young, and he was used to getting his way. Charlie didn’t pick up his toys when he was asked. He didn’t get ready for bed on time. He even ignored the classroom rules. Charlie was very unhappy when his parents and his teacher punished him, and he didn’t think that it was fair at all. One day Charlie’s older brother Henry, who was never in trouble, taught Charlie how to make good choices. Charlie’s life became much more pleasant as he showed all the adults that he had learned to cooperate.