Wanting to be accepted by peers is a natural part of children’s social development. Yet kids can be overly influenced by what “friends” think of them or urge them to do. Through simple language and engaging illustrations, this booklet explains the concept of peer pressure. It encourages a solid sense of self-identity or “elf-identity” and teaches kids how to say “No.” Kids should be proud of not going along with the crowd. This clever little booklet helps them to stand up for themselves and their convictions by standing up to peer pressure.
By Jim Auer. Illustrated by R.W. Alley.