It's My Way or the Highway: Turning Bossy Into Flexible and Assertive by Julia Cook
Cora June is B-O-S-S-Y
She points out her teacher’s boring assignments. She dictates the games people plays at recess. She even objects to family dinners. If Cora June doesn’t get her way in the classroom, on the playground, or at home, she can make life miserable for those around her. Will anyone put the brakes on her outlandish demands? And will Cora June ever realize that she can be a leader, but still be flexible? Or that there’s a difference between being assertive and being bossy? See what lessons are learned in this eye-opening tale about the benefits of not always getting your way.
Publisher: Boys Town Press
Category: Social Themes - Friendship Social Themes - Self-Esteem & Self-Reliance Social Themes - Values & Virtues