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David's Secret Soccer Goals

J-BDAV

  • David's Secret Soccer Goals is a warm and sensitive look inside the mind of a boy with bed-wetting problems. It delicately highlights the fears and worries that a child in this position can go through, while offering practical advice on how to deal positively with the situation. This easy-to-read chapter book could also be read to younger children.


  • MANUFACTURER ITEM CODE BDAV
    • Paperback: 40 pages
    • Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers (June, 2004)
    • Language: English
    • Reading Level: Ages 7-12
    • ISBN: 1843107724
    • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 4.5 x 0.1 inches
    • Shipping Weight: 3 ounces. (View shipping rates and policies)

  • Customer Reviews

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    Shows how families help with bedwetting

    As a mom, I liked that this book shows a family dealing with a bedwetting problem. Some members will be helpful, while others will not-which is probably true in most real-life situations. It also shows that with positive reinforcement and the right interventions, including a bedwetting alarm, a child with this problem can again be confident and happy. I would recommend this book to both boys and girls; even though the main character is male, the angst that he feels is universal.

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    Bedwetting alarm

    The alarm worked well the first night but has not sounded on subsequent bedwetting nights. We replaced the battery but that did not work. My 4 year old son thought it was cool to have the alarm attached to his underpants - it made him feel like a superhero. We used positive reinforcement to tell him it would chase away the bedwetting monsters and it really boosted his confidence. We've had the alarm for 1 month and only had 3 bedwetting incidents in 30 days, as opposed to 3-4 a week. I will contact the company to look into its functioning but I'm convinced that the psychological effect of having the alarm attached to the underwear has been a great influence.

  • Customer Reviews

    Based on 3 reviews
    67%
    (2)
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    33%
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    S.R.
    Shows how families help with bedwetting

    As a mom, I liked that this book shows a family dealing with a bedwetting problem. Some members will be helpful, while others will not-which is probably true in most real-life situations. It also shows that with positive reinforcement and the right interventions, including a bedwetting alarm, a child with this problem can again be confident and happy. I would recommend this book to both boys and girls; even though the main character is male, the angst that he feels is universal.

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    Bedwetting alarm

    The alarm worked well the first night but has not sounded on subsequent bedwetting nights. We replaced the battery but that did not work. My 4 year old son thought it was cool to have the alarm attached to his underpants - it made him feel like a superhero. We used positive reinforcement to tell him it would chase away the bedwetting monsters and it really boosted his confidence. We've had the alarm for 1 month and only had 3 bedwetting incidents in 30 days, as opposed to 3-4 a week. I will contact the company to look into its functioning but I'm convinced that the psychological effect of having the alarm attached to the underwear has been a great influence.

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