The Four Pals Series includes a total of 8 hardcover books. There are 4 books in Series 1 and 4 books in Series 2 – This is the 1st book in Series 1.
The Four Pals Series features the 4 Personality Styles in story form. They are written especially for children to understand and relate to each one of the four different personality styles. Each book has a NEW BONUS SECTION in the back so you can learn all about the “Keys to the heart of your child”. New sections also include the following additional information: Key Characteristics, Value to the Family or their Group, The Danger Zone, Communication Key, Encouragement Key and much more!
FOUR PALS AT THE PARK – features David, whose primary traits are Dominant, Demanding, Direct, Determined, Decisive, Doer. David directs his friends through a play date at the park where they enjoy playing on the playground equipment and sharing a snack together.
*This book was awarded Best Book of the Year!!
Patrick and Christie Pettibon – Texas – Parents of 11 uniquely designed children!
~Delightful stories will capture children’s imagination and attention as the identify with the characters and deepen their understanding of the four basic personality styles. As a result, they’ll better determine why they think and act the way they do, offering the positive reinforcement and self-esteem that every child needs!
Susan Crook, M.A., C.H.B.C – Kansas – Award -winning Author/Speaker – Personality Insights for Moms, WINNER- “Best Parenting Book of the Year” Award.
~ The Four Pals series of books for children wonderfully reflect the unique differences and gifts that God has given each of us. If children are taught an awareness, understanding, and appreciation of these differences during their early years of development, they will be more successful in subsequent relationships with friends, family members, and in the world of business.
Glenda C. Thorne, Ph.D. – Louisiana – Child Psychologist
~ These books are in insightful, creative presentation of the personality types. They are well-written and present clear distinctions that elementary age children will understand and to which they will relate. I believe this series can be used by teachers and parents alike to gain understanding on how to best work with and get the most out of their students and children. I believe that Children that are exposed to this material will be better equipped to get along with others regardless of their personalities. This series will help children learn that some things are not wrong, they are different.
Peter D. Smith– Georgia – School Principal