The Books

 

The "Simply Me" program is based on the six keys of the "Simply Me" model, and appears in the 2 book series:

Surviving Junior High/ Dr. Orly Katz

 

Surviving Primary School/ Dr. Orly Katz

 

The books are accredited and recommended by the Ministry of Education!

The 2 popular book series address children (ages 9-13 & ages 12-16), at eye level, revealing the 6 keys that will unlock the secrets to self- esteem:

The books serve as supplementary material to the Simply Me program, can be read in any sequence, and include:

All of which will help our children discover how to be “Simply Me” and how to survive school!


Passions, Strengths & Self Esteem!
The Extensive Guide-
Surviving Junior High/ Surviving Primary School:

 

   
 

In this book, our children will discover three keys of the Simply Me Model, which will unlock the secrets to self- esteem:

Peer Pressure vs. True Friends!
Surviving Junior High/ Surviving Primary School:

 

   
 

In this book, our children will discover another key of the Simply Me Model: “The key to the environment” that will show them:

Be Positive! Think Positive! Feel Positive!
Surviving Junior High/ Surviving Primary School:

 

   
 

In this book, our children will discover another key of the Simply Me Model: “The Key to the power of thought”
that will help them to unlock the secrets to:

Body Language, Intuition & Leadership!
Surviving Junior High/ Surviving Primary School:

 

   
 

In this book, our children will discover another key of the Simply Me Model: “The Key to Body Talk” that will help them unlock:

Busy Dizzy/ Dr. Orly Katz
An inspirational bedtime story for children ages 4-8:

 

 

Then suddenly David thinks he can hear,
A strange little voice whisper into his ear:
“It’s me Bizzzzzzzy Dizzzzzzy!” that voice says to him
“Don’t run the race. There’s no way you'll win!”
So David decides that today he won’t run,
He watches his friends.
And he misses the fun…

This story for children ages 4-8, tells the tale of Miss Young's class and their unexpected visitors:
Busy Dizzies. Or, in other words,
the strange little negative voice that sometimes comes near and whispers into your ear…

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