Recommended Reading for Students and Parents

  Stuff in the closets, stuff in the          drawers, stuff in the attic - too          much stuff everywhere!  Mama          Bear convinces the family that          cleaning out the house will simplify    their cluttered lives. 

  It also benefits those who are in        need.

  Find out what happens when    Brother and Sister argue          over who should straighten      up their room instead of          working together.

  Geared for preschoolers.

  This sweet story, ideal for        students ages 4 and up, is        about giving and getting.

  The moral shared is that          sometimes, less is more.

  This engaging story is about a boy      named Spencer who has a                multitude of toys.

  Find out what happens when his        parents decide that enough is            enough!

  Best suited for students ages 4-8. 

  This short and sweet book        helps kids learn how to            organize their schoolwork,        lockers, desk, backpacks,        and more!

  Ideal for students between      the ages of 8-13.

  Trevor Romain knows how horrible    homework can be.  Kids ages 8-13    will see this right away as they grin    at the cartoons and smile at              Trevor's funny insights.

  Meanwhile, they'll discover valuable    truths and pointers about                  homework.

  This quick and amusing book    is for kids between the ages    of 9-12 who need help with      time management.

  The handbook is packed with            funny-but-useful tips for the              trickiest situations that crop up in      middle school.  Examples include        taking charge of a too-busy              homework schedule and dealing        with a cold shoulder from a friend      who has suddenly become just too    cool.

  This book teaches                    organizational and study          skills as well as how to set        and achieve goals.

  Ideal for parents of middle-      school aged boys.

  This colorful and humorous book is    for students in middle school and      high school.

  It shows a better way to organize      schoolwork, manage time wisely,        and organize rooms, study areas,      and more!

  This organizing resource book is      ideal for teenagers who don't          mind a bit of reading.  At over          200 pages, the book is packed        with useful illustrations, fun            quizzes.  It has great common          sense information for students        about how to organize their lives      at home and at school.

  Parents, here is an organizing book    for you!  This practical book works      with you step-by-step to                    systematically help your child learn    key organizing skills.  Help them        succeed in middle school, high          school, and beyond.

  Through practical application    and inspirational stories,          Clutterfree with Kids invites      us to change our thinking,        discover new habits, and          free our homes.  It just may    inspire you to live the life        you’ve been searching for all    along.

  Did you ever wonder why,                  biologically, your child is                disorganized?  Learn the roots of        disorganization in your child's            brain.  Then get resources and          practical advice for helping any          child achieve better organization        and time management skills.

   Do self-help books make you feel more stressed and anxious?  Click here to learn how Organizing          Magic provides hands-on assistance for students and families at home!

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