3 edition of Bibliotherapy found in the catalog.
Hard copy published, West Chester State College, 1978.
|Statement||Bernice J. Salup, Robert J. Szabo.|
|Series||ED 166 681|
|Contributions||Szabo, Robert J.|
|The Physical Object|
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Children s books and stories act as an adjuvant, supporting and assisting teachers, counselors, therapists and parents as they work with children in therapeutic and instructional ways.5/5(2). Bibliotherapy Goldmine for Kids: A Comprehensive List of Books on a Variety of Topics Reading books together with children is a wonderful way for parents and teachers to reach out and connect, particularly when special circumstances arise.
Bibliotherapy: Using Books to Help and Heal Clinical or therapeutic bibliotherapy is the use of books in a professional therapy context to treat a or patient to read a particular book that.