This book can be used as a guided tool to be read with children. It provides an entertaining, endearing lesson for young people about their brain and how they can better use it to make good decisions.
First, Sunny teaches the importance of our brain and how it works. Then, Sunny teaches two very simple-to-use techniques that children can use to help them better self-regulate their behaviour.
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Author: Julie Mendenhall
Grade Levels: PK-3
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