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Albert wants to learn computer animation?but he doesn?t have a computer. Kiwi wants to go to soccer camp in Brazil?but she can?t afford it.

Rad, Rita, and Remi have started a rock band?but they need more fans.

How will these kids achieve their goals? By problem-solving!

In this young readers? adaptation of an international bestseller, author Ken Watanabe reveals the secrets t
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Paperback, 80 pages
Published July 8th 2010 by Viking Books for Young Readers
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Shanshad Whelan
Dec 23, 2011 Shanshad Whelan rated it really liked it
Shelves: nonfiction, childrens
This is the kind of thing every child should be taught in school. Along with all the acedemic subjects, this is a great little book that provides lessons in how to think about problems and how to find solutions to them. We need more problem solvers in this world.
Erica
May 13, 2013 Erica rated it it was amazing
Translated from the Japanese, and adapted for children from an adult book on problem-solving, with cute caroonish illustrations, this gives an excellent step-by-step approach to finding the root causes of problems in your life & focusing on realistic solutions, re-conceiving goals to make them manageable, and making big decisions.

That may seem like a very brief pamphlet-like scope, but the author & illustrator give great, middle-school-kid-friendly examples with logic trees, effect vs.
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Stephen
Sep 27, 2012 Stephen rated it liked it
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This children's book breaks down the basics of systematic problem solving in one's life for kids. It is a real eye opener to read it as an adult, though I think it might be judgemental towards different attitudes and personalities and too cut and dry to really help some people. Still, it trys hard to approach the subject using terms and concepts that kids would understand. It is highly illustrated and this makes the book more enjoyable and more palatable.
Kristen
This outlines problem-solving skills and methods well for upper elementary and middle school kids. Unfortunately (and perhaps unavoidably) it has the feeling of a math book story problem when diving into the examples of problem-solving, but it does a good job of explaining each step and demonstrating logic-based thinking.
Krittle Belle
Great book to get younger audiences to think and be aware of how they process and how others around them process and how to handle experiences that may provide uncomfortable or challenging adventures.
Terry
Loved this quick book. All about self empowerment, scientifically looking at problems and finding ways to reach the goals we set for ourselves. Adults and students alike could easily use the simple methods laid out in the book. I will be pushing this one into many student hands.
Rachel Jessen
Jan 18, 2011 Rachel Jessen rated it really liked it
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This is the kind of book parents could easily read with/share with their kids.
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