THE PROCRASTINATOR’S HANDBOOK was published in the US in Autumn
of 2000. So far, it has:
- sold 100,000+ copies.
- been featured in over 92 newspaper, radio and TV interviews,
including The Today Show with Katie Couric, as well as
Family Circle, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Financial
Times and Christian Science Monitor.
- been sold in over 26 countries, and selected for the Book of the
- named the top selling non-fiction ebook of 2001 by Palm
Digital Media. (Stephen King was the top selling fiction e-book of the
THE PROCRASTINATING CHILD: A Handbook for Adults to Help Children
Stop Putting Things Off was published in October 2002, and before it
was released it was sold to Canada, Japan, France, Korea and the United
Kingdom plus it was featured in TIME magazine.
THE PROCRASTINATING CHILD is the first and only book on the
subject of help for procrastinating children. Isn’t that ironic?
Don’t we all know families (maybe even our own) where the parents have
spent years trying to figure out what to do with a child who forever
procrastinates? They tell the child “You can get better grades. Do your
homework” or “You’re not coming out till you clean your room.” But the
child feels overwhelmed and doesn’t know how to accomplish any of this.
Often children think that others were born with the ability to get
things done on time, but they were not blessed with that talent.
And no one has taught the parents how to help the child “do it now”.
This is the right book for the right time.
If you are interested in using this book as a fund-raiser for your
school or call Rita at 847-699-9950 or email:
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