Making concrete the important attachments in a child’s life. Great story with separation anxiety, school, move, grief, travel and time away from child.
A child with his own spirit, ideas and will. Wise grandparents reassure parents of the beauty of knowing one’s own mind and finding his own path.
Delightful chaos ensues when a young boy gets his kite stuck in a tree. A hilarious book with a wonderful surprise ending.
This beautiful exploration of a child’s feelings stands out as unique, not just listing emotions, but portraying how they feel inside, too.
Sweet, elegant example of active listening, what to do when someone is upset, and how to go about recognizing and coping with emotions.
The Sorry Plane is a playful introduction for kids and their caregivers to the importance of understanding and respecting our feelings.
Deepening attachment links between children and their parents. Helps to manage separation anxiety and other daily times of separation (daycare, school, travel, trips).
An eagle soaring among the clouds, a star twinkling in the night sky, a camel in the desert, or a boat sailing across the sea . . . Yoga has the power of transformation.
Alexander knew it was going to be a terrible day when he woke up with gum in this hair. And it got worse...
This playful portrait of fear and bravery empowers young readers to confront once-scary situations and, with charming illustrations.
A face can tell you what someone is feeling. In this expressive photo-essay, simple text and photographs introduce basic emotions and how people show them.
The book is about exploring, reflecting, and experiencing our world through an artistic medium.
!Press the yellow dot on the cover of this interactive children's book, follow the instructions within, and embark upon a magical journey!
What kind of a face would you make if a tickly green bug were sitting on your nose?
Sadness can be scary and confusing at any age! Eva Eland brilliantly approaches this feeling as if it is a visitor.
An artful mixture of fantasy and reality, humor and heart, Maya Was Grumpy celebrates the power of imagination and humor to improve moods.
Just like how lifting weights helps your muscles get stronger, trying new things without giving up strengthens your brain.
How it feels on the inside of a tantrum. The parent stays to hold the child in futility.
Child comes home from school frustrated. Parent finds creative way of providing space to express emotions and accompanies down the path of expression.
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