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Books with author Molly Wigand

  • Time-Out from Technology: A Kid's Guide to Unplugging and Having Fun

    Molly Wigand

    language (Abbey Press, July 14, 2015)
    By establishing reasonable limits and nurturing an open dialogue with our children, we can help them become discerning and thoughtful consumers of digital media. We can implement parental controls and passwords to help set limits for children’s time online. More important, though, is setting good examples by mindfully unplugging ourselves from the digital space and spending time offline with our kids, providing them with opportunities to have fun and be stimulated by real life experiences. This balance will help them become smart digital consumers who develop good habits and create healthy relationships.
  • Ready to Read Level 2: Rugrats Junk, Sweet Junk

    Molly Wigand

    Paperback (Scholastic, Jan. 1, 1997)
    Rare Book
  • Here Comes Santa!

    Molly Wigand, Ed Resto

    Paperback (Simon Spotlight/Nickelodeon, Oct. 1, 1999)
    "Ho! Ho! Ho!" Who is that plump, bearded man in the funny red suit? Angelica explains by telling the babies how scary Santa is, and all Chuckie can do is think, "No! No! No!" How will Chuckie overcome his fear of the "big fat elf"? Find out in this original story!
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  • Rugrats: Vacation

    Molly Wigand

    Paperback (Simon & Schuster (Trade Division), April 1, 2000)
    Las Vegas - the name conjures up glitz, glamour and excitement and the Rugrats want to be a part of it.
  • Help is Here for Facing Fear!

    Molly Wigand, R W Alley

    Paperback (Abbey Press, July 1, 2000)
    The world can be a scary place -- especially when just about everybody is bigger than you and so many experiences are brand-new. Childhood fear is normal. But if it starts to interfere with everyday life, it becomes a problem for a child -- and caring adults.This delightfully illustrated book gives simple, concrete advice for dealing with childhood fears and worries. Kids can learn to live full of confidence, free of fear. Help is here!
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  • Help Is Here for Facing Fear!

    Molly Wigand, R. W. Alley

    language (Abbey Press, Oct. 28, 2014)
    The world can be a scary place—especially when just about everybody is bigger than you and so many experiences are brand-new. Childhood fear is normal. But if it starts to interfere with everyday life, it becomes a problem for a child—and caring adults. This delightfully illustrated book gives simple, concrete advice for dealing with childhood fears and worries. Kids can learn to live full of confidence, free of fear. Help is here!
  • Monster camp-out

    Molly Wigand

    Unknown Binding (Scholastic, March 15, 1998)
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  • Jealousy Is Not for Me: A Guide for Freeing Yourself from Envy

    Molly Wigand, R W Alley

    Paperback (Abbey Press, Feb. 1, 2008)
    These Elfin characters will help your child understand the wrongdoings of jealousy with this Elf-Help Book. Each softcover book is fully illustrated and has 32 pages. Abbey Press continues to produce inspirational and religious gifts of faith, family and friendship. These included home décor, crosses, collectibles, rosaries, photo frames, framed prints, plaques and more!
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  • Stormy weather

    Molly Wigand

    Unknown Binding (Simon Spotlight/Nickelodeon, March 15, 2000)
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  • Vacation

    Molly Wigand

    School & Library Binding (San Val, May 15, 1998)
    Book by Wigand, Molly
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  • Here Comes Santa!

    Molly Wigand, Ed Resto

    Library Binding (Spotlight, Jan. 1, 2007)
    When their parents take the babies to the mall to see Santa, Chuckie is scared even before Angelica puts her own frightening spin on the tradition, but when she goes in search of the latest hot toy, the youngsters get another look.
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  • Here Comes Santa!

    Molly Wigand, Ed Resto

    Paperback (Scholastic, March 15, 1999)
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