Parents, teachers, school psychologists, and-most importantly-big kids reviewed Body Talk Animated and love it. Why?
It's a FUN way to learn body language:
And after you get good with the FUN stuff, you explore the world of animated films-and learn body language from cars that have eyes, cats that fight duels, and an octopus who drives a truck
Illustrations show what certain facial expressions and body movements mean to most people.
Exercises you can do by yourself and with friends and family help you create your own, personalized body language book.
IMPORTANT sections help you know more about when to trust someone and when to back away.
You will also get good at knowing what your own body language tells other people about your mood and intentions. In other words, you'll get much better at communicating.
James O. (Jim) Pyle
Since his retirement from the US Army, Jim has trained professional audiences in many facets of Human Intelligence collection, in which body language plays a central role. A resident of Virginia, he is a father and the "G -Man" to "kids of my kids." Jim is a patented inventor, actor, event DJ, and a lifelong auto racing fan.
The author of 35 books, most of which focus on human behavior, Maryann has taught body language to groups of all ages-from senior staff at the Department of Homeland Security to students at George Mason University and families at the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC. She resides in Colorado.