‘I Have a Friend Who is Sad’ follows a young Bulldog on a journey of feelings that may be experienced by a child that feels neglected.
The story is not all sad; as you follow the Bulldog's journey, you will notice the hidden friends in every beautifully illustrated page. The message of this book is simple....' There is always someone who cares'.
Steven Schuback is a Brisbane author who dedicates his children's books to making children feel good about themselves. This time, Steven has teamed up with Author and Publisher Julieann Wallace from Lillypilly Publishing and illustrator Shez Kennington. Published to empower, educate, protect and support children and point them in the direction of wonderful organisations such as Bravehearts and Kids Help Line, if they "have a friend who is sad".
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
Helping children learn to manage difficult emotions such as anger can be a challenge for all parents and particularly for those whose children fall within the Autism Spectrum. Children with an ASD can be prone to regular outbursts of rage and parents rarely get the luxury of a "window" of escalation in which to intervene. The Red Beast provides a story which can assist a child to understand what happens when their Red Beast is awakened and how to manage it. It talks about the Red... More info
In his signature kid-friendly way, Todd Parr tells a heartbreaking but hopeful story about saying goodbye to the people we love. From bestselling author Todd Parr, a poignant and reassuring story about loss. Through the lens of a pet fish who has lost his companion, Todd Parr tells a moving and wholly accessible story about saying goodbye. Touching upon the host of emotions children experience, Todd reminds readers that it's okay not to know all the answers and that someone will always be there to support them. An invaluable resource... More info