Ben's Flying Flowers follows Emily as she tries to overcome her grief following her brother's death. As time passes, Emily finds a way to remember her brother and grows to understand that although Ben has died, her happy memories of him can continue to live on.
Feeling blah? Here's what to do. Move your body and your mood moves too! Move Your Mood! Invites kids and adults to twist, wiggle, shake, hop…and smile! Reading this book with your child is an active and fun way to teach your child about emotions, and introduce the idea that moving our bodies affects the way we feel inside. Ready to start feeling better? Move and groove your way into a better mood! Includes a Note to Parents, Caregivers, and Teachers with suggestions for how to use the book... More info
When Josh is angry, he throws his toys, breaks things, and even hits his little brother. Mom says it's time for Josh to learn better ways to get his mad feelings out. With the help of a chart of smiley faces, Josh starts to use his words, get along better with others-and feel more 'smiley' himself! Josh's Smiley Faces provides a simple yet effective tool for parents to help their young children learn how to express anger, frustration, and other difficult emotions. In a Note to Parents, psychologist... More info
My mummy goes to work but I know she still loves me and cares about me. How do I know? Because my mummy comes home from work and tells me she loves me SO MUCH! A delightful and contemporary book that will reassure parent and child alike that all is well when a parent goes to work. *Review:* 'What a reassuring book for the small child whose mother goes out to work!' - Books for Keeps 'A picture book for those whose mums are out earning an honest... More info