One day, Color Monster wakes up feeling very confused. His emotions are all over the place; he feels angry, happy, calm, sad, and scared all at once! To help him, a little girl shows him what each feeling means through color.
I Like Me
Meet Nancy Carlson’s peppy pig—a character who is full of good feelings about herself. Her story will leave little ones feeling good about themselves, too!
When Sophie Gets Really, Really Angry
"Oh is Sophie ever angry now!" Everybody gets angry sometimes. For children, anger can be very upsetting. Parents, teachers, and children can talk about it.
The Berenstain Bears and the Big Road Race
In this book, parents have the opportunity to discuss throwing hurting words away, as well as the benefits of making safe choices in the long run.
In this book, the child loses Knuffle Bunny and persists in telling her father she's lost it. Unfortunately, it takes a while before dad figures out what has happened. Parents and teachers can discuss with children that they should keep telling until they get help.
In this book, children learn that it's okay to disagree about silly things....like whether or not what we see if a duck or a rabbit. :)
Worms are a Yummy Snack
This book can be used as a springboard for discussing resilience, patience, perseverance, and coping with failure.
A Little SPOT of Emotion Box Set
A Little SPOT of Anger, Anxiety, Happiness, Sadness, Love, Confidence; A Little Peaceful SPOT,
A Little Scribble SPOT
Tough Guys Have Feelings Too
A boldly illustrated picture book read-aloud about how everyone gets sad—ninjas, wrestlers, knights, superheroes, everyone . . . even daddies have emotions!
Kidpower Safety Comics
Kidpower Comics include social stories and safety skills, including how to help kids stay safe online. The comics are effective, empowering, and FUN!
I am Enough
We are all beautifully different. "But that does not dictate our worth; we both have places here on earth". This book highlights the worthiness that exists in all of us.
Don't Feed the Worry Bug
Don't Feed The Worry Bug is great story to start the conversation on worry and anxiety. We all worry, it happens, but the key is to not let those worries aka the Worry Bug grow to the point that it ruins your day.
The Berenstain Bears and Too Much Pressure
Parents have the opportunity to discuss over-commitment and time boundaries through this book.
At the Zoo
In this book, parents and teachers can discuss staying together in public places, rather than wandering off alone. Very brief and to the point.
All Because You Matter
This book addresses racial injustice from the lens of what kids overhear and see, and affirms that they DO indeed matter.