Book Giveaway: Robin Newman’s Don’t Call Me Fuzzybutt! is a wonderfully enjoyable, fun, and funny picture book that readers will come back to again and again.
Browsing: Emotions & Behavior
Told with side-splitting humor, Don’t Call Me Fuzzybutt! explores the consequences of acting without thought and speaking in anger.
Join us on this virtual book tour for the REED Foundation for Autism’s ‘One Big Canvas’ book series that seeks to celebrate differences.
Filled sublimely with an actionable lesson in mindfulness, Mop Rides the Waves of Life is sure to be a hit with fans of the classic story Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.
A lost magical lobster sock, a range of emotions, and a kind cat are what you’ll find in this fun, colorful picture book that is bound to inspire conversations.
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.
Sponsored The Children’s Book Review | October 1, 2019 Brad Was Sad Written by M.C. Goldrick Illustrated by Rebecca Alexander Age…
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.
Endorsed by the National Anger Management Association, Puffy Gets Angry is an enjoyable story that encourages readers to pay close attention to their feelings and teaches them how to remain calm during moments of frustration and anger.
Review sponsored by A.D. Thompkins, M.S., BCBA The Children’s Book Review | April 17, 2018 Maya and Her Behavior Therapist Written by…