Each book in the EQ Explorers series is designed to educate and inspire children through beautifully illustrated, creative-yet-relatable tales. With each story, the author shares a simple and powerful principle of happiness and emotional wellness—one adventure at a time.
Browsing: Emotional Intelligence
The EQ Explorer series could be just the set of uplifting books you’re looking for to help build self-confident, happy, and successful children who have stronger relationships at home and in the classroom.
Sunshine Elementary is a refreshingly positive and progressive chapter book series that focuses on kindness, social skills, emotional intelligence, inclusivity, and engineering.
Jessika von Innerebner, author-illustrator of Kevin the Unicorn: It’s Not All Rainbows, teaches us how to draw the fabulous Kevin—a unicorn who now knows that not every day has to be perfect.
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Poet and writer, M.H. Clark, has received multiple awards, including the Washington State Book Award and two Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards. Her newest book, Tiger Days, is a must-have picture book for helping young readers explore and embrace their feelings.
In I’m Sad, everybody laughs. Flamingo feels a bit better. But still a bit sad. Which is okay.
These books are like finding a little pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Take a breath. Inhale. Exhale. Read your way to a calmer day …
Henry Winterbottom and the Feeling Rainbow has been written and illustrated to help children understand emotions through Henry’s experience with a colorful spectrum of feelings.
Henry Winterbottom and the Feeling Rainbow, a delightful tale about a creative child named Henry, is aimed at introducing children to emotions.