More comic sense : more comics and cartoons on common sense and social skills for young people / by Nancy Mucklow, illustrations by Nancy Mucklow
By: Mucklow, Nancy.Kingston, ON : Michael Grass House, 2011Description: 196 pages : illustrations : 26 cm.Subject(s): ASPERGER SYNDROME | ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER | SOCIAL SKILLS | LIFE SKILLS
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Introduction. - 1. More context. - 2. More personal perspective. - 3. More relationships. - More perspective.
If common sense is so sensible, then why doesn't it make sense to me? Welcome to the sometimes non-sensible but always entertaining world of common sense! More Comic Sense starts where the first book, Comic Sense, left off-exploring more of the unwritten rules, invisible patterns, and quiet logic of our social world. You'll learn how to assess context, perspective, personal perspectives, and relationships in new ways. What's more, you'll discover techniques for figuring out motives, making good decisions, and finding personal happiness. More Comic Sense teaches you the essential skills of common sense: how to be aware, how to know what people assume and expect, how to predict, how to prioritize, and how to take action. Fully illustrated with comics, cartoons, and diagrams, More Comic Sense brings common sense within the grasp of visual thinkers.