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"Why can't I find any books on this topic?" I asked myself. As a school counselor with 15-years experience, I knew what therapeutic resources my students and families needed, but they simply did not exist! I started writing my own social stories, and they were so well-received by other counselors and families that I decided to publish them! It's been a rewarding process to write these therapeutic children's books about social skills, anxiety, and managing type 1 diabetes. With more support, I can get these books into the hands of school counselors, families, and, most importantly, the children who struggle with these challenges. 


Angela Cleveland: www.AngelaCleveland.com
Amazon Author Page: https://tinyurl.com/AngelaClevelandAmazon


The Fruit Files: Can You Spot the Clues to How These Fruits Feel?
https://tinyurl.com/TheFruitFiles
Understanding human emotions can be difficult! Did you know that the human face has about 43 muscles? All of these muscles work together to form expressions that let us know how people are feeling.
Some people immediately figure out which muscle combinations are connected to specific feelings. Other people learn to read the human face and look at body language clues to figure it out. These people look for clues and other signs, just like detectives!
This feeling detective book can help you learn to find the clues about how people are feeling!


Peter's Special Concoction: How a Little Boy Learned to Manage Type 1 Diabeteshttps://tinyurl.com/PetersSpecialConcoction
Peter was just a little boy when he was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. He was scared of having his blood checked and fearful of the insulin injections. Peter thought about his special skills and developed several strategies he can use to cope with the injections and other challenges he will face. These are strategies anyone can use, child or adult, who is in a similar situation and needs to find an effective way to cope.

I'm No Scaredy Cat ... But I'm Afraid to Go to School!https://tinyurl.com/ImNoScaredyCat
Sydney is a happy fourth grade cat living in Cat Mountain with Mama, Papa, and little brother Rupert. She loves playing in the autumn leaves that Papa rakes into a pile in the backyard. She is looking forward to the annual fourth grade science fair. She is a brave, smart, and beautiful cat. So, why doesn’t she want to go to school? Sydney tries her best to explain the horrible, terrible feeling that fills her body. She and Papa meet with the school counselor, Ms. Meow. Can Papa and Ms. Meow help her feel like herself again? It takes a brave cat to talk about being afraid, and Sydney does just that. She learns several strategies she can use to help her during this difficult time, and she looks forward to sharing her strategies with you!


My background:

I am heavily involved in the school counseling community. I serve as an Executive Board Member and Webmaster for the New Jersey School Counselor Association. I am a contributor to national publications, such as Edutopia, CSTA Voice, and ASCA’s School Counselor magazine, and I've presented at school counselor conferences across the country. I am honored to receive the “2017 New Jersey State School Counselor of the Year” award.

I grew up in New Jersey and attended William Paterson University, where I earned degrees in English and Education as well as an Honors in Humanities. I attended the University of Pennsylvania, earning an M.S.Ed. in Psychological Services. I began her career as school counselor in 2001, and I remained driven to learn more about the field of education and leadership. I went on to earn an M.Ed. in Instruction from The College of New Jersey and an MA in Organizational Leadership from Rider University. I earned several educational certifications, including Google Certified Educator, Director of School Counseling Services, School Supervisor.
"Why can't I find any books on this topic?" I asked myself. As a school counselor with 15-years experience, I knew what therapeutic resources my students and families needed, but they simply did not exist! I started writing my own social stories, and they were so well-received by other counselors and families that I decided to publish them! It's been a rewarding process to write these therapeutic children's books about social skills, anxiety, and managing type 1 diabetes. With more support, I can get these books into the hands of school counselors, families, and, most importantly, the children who struggle with these challenges. 


Angela Cleveland: www.AngelaCleveland.com
Amazon Author Page: https://tinyurl.com/AngelaClevelandAmazon


The Fruit Files: Can You Spot the Clues to How These Fruits Feel?
https://tinyurl.com/TheFruitFiles
Understanding human emotions can be difficult! Did you know that the human face has about 43 muscles? All of these muscles work together to form expressions that let us know how people are feeling.
Some people immediately figure out which muscle combinations are connected to specific feelings. Other people learn to read the human face and look at body language clues to figure it out. These people look for clues and other signs, just like detectives!
This feeling detective book can help you learn to find the clues about how people are feeling!


Peter's Special Concoction: How a Little Boy Learned to Manage Type 1 Diabeteshttps://tinyurl.com/PetersSpecialConcoction
Peter was just a little boy when he was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. He was scared of having his blood checked and fearful of the insulin injections. Peter thought about his special skills and developed several strategies he can use to cope with the injections and other challenges he will face. These are strategies anyone can use, child or adult, who is in a similar situation and needs to find an effective way to cope.

I'm No Scaredy Cat ... But I'm Afraid to Go to School!https://tinyurl.com/ImNoScaredyCat
Sydney is a happy fourth grade cat living in Cat Mountain with Mama, Papa, and little brother Rupert. She loves playing in the autumn leaves that Papa rakes into a pile in the backyard. She is looking forward to the annual fourth grade science fair. She is a brave, smart, and beautiful cat. So, why doesn’t she want to go to school? Sydney tries her best to explain the horrible, terrible feeling that fills her body. She and Papa meet with the school counselor, Ms. Meow. Can Papa and Ms. Meow help her feel like herself again? It takes a brave cat to talk about being afraid, and Sydney does just that. She learns several strategies she can use to help her during this difficult time, and she looks forward to sharing her strategies with you!


My background:

I am heavily involved in the school counseling community. I serve as an Executive Board Member and Webmaster for the New Jersey School Counselor Association. I am a contributor to national publications, such as Edutopia, CSTA Voice, and ASCA’s School Counselor magazine, and I've presented at school counselor conferences across the country. I am honored to receive the “2017 New Jersey State School Counselor of the Year” award.

I grew up in New Jersey and attended William Paterson University, where I earned degrees in English and Education as well as an Honors in Humanities. I attended the University of Pennsylvania, earning an M.S.Ed. in Psychological Services. I began her career as school counselor in 2001, and I remained driven to learn more about the field of education and leadership. I went on to earn an M.Ed. in Instruction from The College of New Jersey and an MA in Organizational Leadership from Rider University. I earned several educational certifications, including Google Certified Educator, Director of School Counseling Services, School Supervisor.

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