On My Way to a Happy Life by bestselling author Deepak Chopra is based on his bestseller for adults. In this new book, children will discover seven 'Keys' to living a happy and meaningful life. For example, the 'Key to All Good Things' teaches children about giving and receiving, and explains that what they put out to the world is what they will get back. 'The Key to Reaching Your Dreams' helps children realise how much power they have over their own lives and where this power comes from. Each of the seven sections in this book presents a Key, as well as a beautifully illustrated example emphasizing how it works in the world. These Keys, which have their origins in ancient Indian teachings, give children what Deepak believes, are the most important traits they can possess: the ability to love and have compassion...and to spread that love and compassion to others.
Feeling disappointed is your brain realising how things really are..... NOT how you wish they were. The Feelings Series is especially designed to help children better understand their feelings and how to identify, manage and express those feelings in an appropriate and acceptable way - both to themselves and to others. These books provide an invaluable tool to help build confidence, self-esteem and contribute to a healthy emotional foundation upon which children can thrive. Each book features questions to the reader, which encourages both introspection and discussion about the emotion... More info
Happy one moment and sad the next – everyone has feelings. Celebrated illustrator Christopher Silas Neal makes his authorial debut in this exploration of the universality of feelings. A first book of mindfulness and feelings, award-winning illustrator Christopher Silas Neal invites young readers to explore how we feel what we feel, and how everyone else feels it, too. From the animals in the woods to the neighbours in their homes nearby, everyone cries, everyone laughs, everyone sings – everyone. With vivid art in a stylish limited palette, this is a... More info
Miss Martin teaches her class what to do if they should come across private pictures or private movies. While watching Minecraft videos, poor Hayden-Reece comes across a private movie. He thinks his mum will take away his tablet, so he doesn’t tell her. After having nightmares he finally tells his mum, who doesn’t take it away, but talks with him about what he has seen. This book is the third in a series where Miss Martin introduces her students to Protective Education. Hayden-Reece Learns a Valuable Lesson... More info