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Zach Apologizes


Series: Zach Rules

By: William Mulcahy

Price: CAD $18.99

Publisher: FREE SPIRIT PUBLISHING

Imprint: Free Spirit Publishing

32 Pages

8.27 X 8.23 X 0.28 ins

ISBN:  9781575423890 -- Hardcover

Publication Date: 05/14/2012

When Zach shoves his little brother to the floor, he knows he did something wrong. Even so, it's hard to apologize - especially when Alex kind of deserved it! Like any seven-year old, Zach tries to ignore the problem, but finally, with his mom's help, he learns the four steps to apologizing:

1) say what you did;
2) say how it made the other person feel;
3) say what you could have done instead;
4) make it up to the person.

The apology strategy is presented as the "four-square" apology, which is illustrated as a square divided into four quarters with a prompt in each. Easy to understand and easy to remember.


William Mulcahy is a licensed professional counselor, psychotherapist, and supervisor of the Cooperative Parenting Center at Family Service in Waukesha, Wisconsin. He has served as a counselor at Stillwaters Cancer Support Services in Wisconsin, specializing in grief and cancer-related issues, and worked with children with special needs. The Zach Rules series books are his first books for children. Bill lives in Summit, Wisconsin.



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