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Uncle Lightfoot, Flip That Switch : Overcoming Fear of the Dark (Third Edition)
by Mary F. Coffman and D. C. Dusevitch




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Is your child is afraid of the dark? Does your child cry, whine, crawl into your bed at night, or refuse to go to bed? If so, Uncle Lightfoot, Flip That Switch: Overcoming Fear of the Dark may be just the book to help turn nighttime fears and tears into nighttime fun Previous versions of Uncle Lightfoot have been tested at four universities and found to be helpful for children with nighttime fears. The artist has given the Third Edition a new look, with 86 out of 88 pages now in color

Michael is afraid at night (e.g., darkness, monsters, noises, burglars, sleeping alone, nightmares). His friend, Jerome, calls him a "scaredy-cat." Uncle Lightfoot, a modern-day Creek Indian, is a retired teacher who knows games that can help overcome fear. Michael's parents, his brother, Tim, a young blind neighbor, Elizabeth, and even the farm dog, Lady, are willing to help Michael play the games During the process of overcoming his fear, Michael also learns to create shadow animals, track animals, ride a horse, calm a goat, and rescue the dog from a cereal box attack

The 88-page children's book contains short chapters (usually only three to five pages), 17 games or activities, and playful, often humorous illustrations.

Edition 3 represents a refinement of the earlier edition that received the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) 2013 Seal of Merit Award. It is a lively, beautifully illustrated, entertaining book to help children, ages 4 to 8, deal with nighttime fears through a fictional story woven around fun family games. A 14-page Parent Guidebook is included in the Appendix.

Researchers in several studies have found clinically significant reduction in nighttime fears in children ages 4 to 8 who used earlier versions of the Uncle Lightfoot materials. Bedtime battles can exhaust fearful children AND their parents - and can interfere with a good night's sleep. Can overcoming nighttime fear be exciting and fun? Uncle Lightfoot, Flip That Switch makes a convincing case that it can be.

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Overview

Is your child is afraid of the dark? Does your child cry, whine, crawl into your bed at night, or refuse to go to bed? If so, Uncle Lightfoot, Flip That Switch: Overcoming Fear of the Dark may be just the book to help turn nighttime fears and tears into nighttime fun Previous versions of Uncle Lightfoot have been tested at four universities and found to be helpful for children with nighttime fears. The artist has given the Third Edition a new look, with 86 out of 88 pages now in color

Michael is afraid at night (e.g., darkness, monsters, noises, burglars, sleeping alone, nightmares). His friend, Jerome, calls him a "scaredy-cat." Uncle Lightfoot, a modern-day Creek Indian, is a retired teacher who knows games that can help overcome fear. Michael's parents, his brother, Tim, a young blind neighbor, Elizabeth, and even the farm dog, Lady, are willing to help Michael play the games During the process of overcoming his fear, Michael also learns to create shadow animals, track animals, ride a horse, calm a goat, and rescue the dog from a cereal box attack

The 88-page children's book contains short chapters (usually only three to five pages), 17 games or activities, and playful, often humorous illustrations.

Edition 3 represents a refinement of the earlier edition that received the Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT) 2013 Seal of Merit Award. It is a lively, beautifully illustrated, entertaining book to help children, ages 4 to 8, deal with nighttime fears through a fictional story woven around fun family games. A 14-page Parent Guidebook is included in the Appendix.

Researchers in several studies have found clinically significant reduction in nighttime fears in children ages 4 to 8 who used earlier versions of the Uncle Lightfoot materials. Bedtime battles can exhaust fearful children AND their parents - and can interfere with a good night's sleep. Can overcoming nighttime fear be exciting and fun? Uncle Lightfoot, Flip That Switch makes a convincing case that it can be.


 

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  • ISBN-13: 9780982168660
  • ISBN-10: 0982168667
  • Publisher: Footpath Press LLC
  • Publish Date: July 2020
  • Page Count: 122
  • Dimensions: 11.02 x 8.5 x 0.33 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.88 pounds


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