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Books with author Julia Cook

  • I Am a Booger. Treat Me With Respect!

    Julia Cook, Carson Cook

    Paperback (National Center for Youth Issues, Oct. 1, 2010)
    Teaching Children Health and Hygiene Boogie the booger teaches little pickers and flickers the healthy way to blow their nose using a Booger Ghost. Boogie knows that most people think that he's gross, and some people even call him a snot. But he doesn't feel bad because he does great things! He keeps us from getting sick! He's a true defender and JUST asking for just a little respect.
  • Be Where Youโ€™re Feet Are!

    Julia Cook, Jon Davis

    Paperback (Natl Center for Youth Issues, Aug. 15, 2018)
    From the bestselling author of Bubble Gum Brain and My Mouth is a Volcano!, comes a hilarious story about learning to be present wherever we are...and what can happen when we're not. These are my feet and this is me. Sometimes I'm not where I'm supposed to be. My brain gets crowded. There's so much going on. I do three things at once, and get two of them wrong! "Be where your feet are," I hear people say. "Do one thing at a time. It's a much better way." Each day, there are so many things to think about. Getting ready for school, turning in homework, taking a math test, band solo tryouts, soccer practice...and it's a long way from your head to your feet. Be Where Your Feet Are! reinforces the concepts of mindfulness and being present in a way children will remember, while showing how good life can be when we learn to appreciate the world and people around us.
  • A Bad Case of Tattle Tongue

    Julia Cook

    Unknown Binding (National Center for Youth Issues, )
  • I Just Want to Do It My Way!: My Story About Staying on Task and Asking for Help

    Julia Cook

    Audio CD (Boys Town Press, Feb. 28, 2013)
    Follow along in the book, and listen to the story of RJ as he tries to find and finish all of his missing math assignments. With help from his parents and teacher, RJ learns he can save himself a lot of grief if he stays on task and works together as a team.
  • Inside Investigative Criminal Procedure: What Matters & Why

    Julian A. Cook

    Paperback (Aspen Publishers, May 25, 2012)
    A concise and student-friendly study guide, Inside Investigative Criminal Procedure: What Matters and Why offers a big-picture view that looks at how all of the essential elements of a criminal investigation fit together as part of a coherent framework of legal theory and practice. A rich pedagogy features graphics, Sidebars, and Frequently Asked Questions, as well as other learning aids, to guide comprehension and reinforce learning. Inside Investigative Criminal Procedure: What Matters and Why features: basic coverage of the main themes of Investigative Criminal Procedure that focuses on what matters and why straightforward, lucid, and informal writing style dynamic pedagogy that supports learning and facilitates use: Overviews that briefly introduce and position the topic of each chapter within the context of the course, to clearly convey to students what the topic is about and why it matters FAQs, or frequently asked questions, that address common mistakes and misconceptions Sidebars that offer additional insight and background information, or highlight important or illustrative cases Tables and Flowcharts that illustrate concepts Chapter summaries and bolded key terms Connections--brief sections at the end of each chapter that connect the material just covered to key points in other chapters--a well regarded feature that illuminates the underpinnings and framework of the subject Readable and concise, Inside Investigative Criminal Procedure: What Matters and Why helps students to become more engaged in the course by offering clear explanations that demystify the material without oversimplifying it. Author Julian Cook provides multiple platforms for testing and reinforcing students' understanding of key concepts and rules.
  • I Want to Be the Only Dog

    Julia Cook

    Paperback (Boys Town Press, March 15, 1835)
  • Making Friends Is an Art!: A Children's Book on Making Friends

    Julia Cook

    Paperback (Boys Town Press, March 1, 2012)
    Making Friends Is an Art!: A Children's Book on Making Friends (Happy to Be, You and Me) [ Making Friends Is an Art!: A Children's Book on Making Friends (Happy to Be, You and Me) by Cook, Julia ( Author ) Paperback Mar- 2012 ] Paperback Mar- 01- 2012
  • Animal Hospital: Rescuing Urban Wildlife

    Julia Coey

    Paperback (Firefly Books, Sept. 2, 2015)
    Our cities are already filled with a huge variety of wildlife. As urban areas expand, they impinge on the natural habitats of animals that would not otherwise find themselves in an urban setting, including birds, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians, as well as rare, threatened and even endangered wildlife. Animal Hospital describes how injured and orphaned wild animals are rehabilitated and cared for after being rescued from perilous situations. It follows the activities of an urban animal rescue facility and the efforts of the trained professionals that rescue, treat, rehabilitate and release the animals. Kids will learn about the amazing wild animals that they may encounter in their neighborhoods, even the most recognizable have fascinating traits. They will get tips on how to protect and support urban wildlife, and learn what to do if they encounter an animal that needs help. There are exciting real-life stories about rescued animals with photographs that give readers an up-close look. While including animals in North America, Animal Hospital also describes international efforts that encourage conservation and awareness. This is a valuable title in the classroom and an exciting and inspiring choice for any youngster.
  • I Just Want to Do It My Way! My Story about Staying on Task and Asking for Help

    Julia Cook

    Paperback (Boys Town Press, June 30, 2013)
  • The D Word by Julia Cook

    Julia Cook

    Paperback (National Center for Youth Issues, Aug. 16, 1684)