No, no, no!
As children move from toddlerhood into childhood, they say "no" to their parents as a way of asserting their independence and testing boundaries. No, No, NO! is a sweet and humorous portrayal of this normal stage of childhood development. In the story, Jeanne refuses to comply with her mother's requests. She replies "No!" when her mother asks her to clean up after herself, turn off the television, and come to dinner. However, when Jeanne spends the night at her friend Sophie's house, she misses her mum and decides to curb her defiant behaviour. A ""Note to Parents"" by Elizabeth McCallum, PhD, offers more information about childhood defiance and strategies for parents to cope with this behaviour.
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|Grouped Work ID||f0f3ff26-9d6e-f9e9-0893-b93961633fe1|
|Grouping Title||no no no|
|Grouping Author||callier marie isabelle|
|Last Grouping Update||2020-01-04 01:21:46AM|
|Last Indexed||2020-01-19 05:14:53AM|
|auth_author2||Masson, Annick, 1969-|
|available_at_buenavistapl||Buena Vista Public Library|
|detailed_location_buenavistapl||Buena Vista Juv Easy Reader|
|display_description||No, No, NO! is an excellent psychological portrayal of an aspect of four year old development (that repeats itself in a tempered way at age six), when "NO!" simply takes over. This kind of "NO!" is part of growing up. It is normal behavior and part of individuation. And, what parent hasn't been fired before?|
|owning_library_buenavistapl||Buena Vista Public Library|
|owning_location_buenavistapl||Buena Vista Public Library|
|subject_facet||Interpersonal conflict -- Juvenile literature|
Interpersonal conflict in children -- Juvenile literature
|title_display||No, no, no!|
|title_full||No, no, no! / by Marie-Isabelle Callier ; illustrated by Annick Masson|
|title_short||No, no, no!|
Interpersonal conflict in children