Teaches your little ones conflict resolution
This book will help the child to define and understand their feelings, deal with emotions, and discover paths to happiness, peace, and positivity.
A diverse, kid’s-eye view of adoption, one special day, and familial love, Babies Come From Airports has a child-friendly rhyming text and lively and colorful illustrations filled with details.
It’s a heartwarming adoption story for any and all kinds of families, steeped in love.
New Baby, The
Young children are curious about almost everything, especially their bodies. And young children are not afraid to ask questions. What makes me a girl? What makes me a boy? Why are some parts of girls’ and boys’ bodies the same and why are some parts different? How was I made? Where do babies come from? Is it true that a stork brings babies to mommies and daddies? Well, having a baby is a big change for the whole family and this book is brilliant book that will help your little ones share in the joy and preparation of the new baby. And Steven Cartwright’s beautiful illustration will provide endless opportunities for Adults and Children to talk and laugh. It will spark wonder, and delight in your child and they will enjoy looking for the little yellow duck hiding on each page. It is a cute book and I love the how tastefully done it is. This is an Accelerated Reader.
What’s Happening to Me? (Girls Edition)
If you want a book to explain EVERYTHING to your child this is the book for you but other than that be aware. This book is straightforward on all the topics is clear and concise, and easy to read. Your daughters will get the low-down on the changes she will go through once she hits puberty. It’s a very informative guide to puberty for girls tackles everything from body image to mood swings, hormones and first bras. Great book to give to your girls when they are 11. It’s tastefully done as always but that is my opinion.
What’s Happening to Me? (Boys Edition)
Again, this book is going to have everything. We live in a secular society so be warned. But it is a great book to be read as a family and to discuss as a family. I think it is an excellent resource! But-for this book, a boy is left with looking for answers on the internet!
As the seasons change, a young boy shares the magic of his garden with a special friend: “The wind is raking through the falling leaves and I wish that you were here.” This extraordinary picture book about loss, love and friendship shows that we can always find our way back to a loved one through our hearts and our memories.
Bullying, Dealing with Cancer, and Dealing with a New
An extraordinary story of a journey where pain and trauma become triumph and a passion for living, Butterflies is a coming of age story that celebrates the fighter in all of us.
This book is a great book for child is grieving. The illustrations are delightful! It bright and colorful and easy to read. Great read aloud book. It is a cute message about when you just need a hug, cuddle bear is here to cheer you up.
Cordelia is a sweet book about believing in yourself. It is a tear-jerker for sure. Whatif Monster is about not being afraid to “just do it.” And Bob the Unicorn is about just being yourself. Michelle is such a wonderful author and illustrated. Her books evoke emotion and thoughtfulness.