This book offers children positive and upbeat examples about being themselves. The author portrays a very young guinea pig and friends feeling good about themselves through common situations readers will relate to.
Anger is a scary emotion for young children, their parents, and caregivers. As this little bunny experiences the things that make her angry, she also learns ways to deal with her anger--ways that won't hurt others.
Young children often experience anxiety when they are separated from their mothers or fathers. In this story a young guinea pig expresses her distress when her mother and father go away. But she eventually finds ways to deal with it.
In this simple book, the author begins by helping children see that when they are sick, hurt, or unhappy, others care about them. Children can then begin to see that others need to be cared about as well.
Everybody worries. Children worry, too-in new or confusing situations, or when someone is angry with them. This new addition to the acclaimed The Way I Feel Series uses reassuring words and touching illustrations to address a child's anxieties and shows him ways to help him feel better. Cornelia Maude Spelman and Kathy Parkinson team up once again to provide a comforting and empowering book that's helpful to all families. Includes a foreword for parents...
Everybody's somewhere, where are you? I'm right here, I'm somebody, too. Some are in the country, some are in the town. Everybody's somewhere, up or down. †‹Everybody-moms, dads, grandpas, grandmas, friends, and people you've never met-is somewhere in the world, doing something right now, even if you can't see them. In playful, bouncy rhymes, Everybody's Somewhere asks children to expand their perspective. Award-winning author Cornelia Maude...
Children will recognize similar experiences in their own lives as this little bear describes feeling scared when he has a bad dream or his mother goes away. Eventually our hero realizes that it's OK to be scared sometimes, and there are ways he can help himself when he's frightened.
Readers will recognize similar experiences in their own lives as this little guinea pig describes feeling sad when someone is cross or when something bad happens. Eventually our heroine realizes that feeling sad doesn't last forever.