What is Social Emotional Learning? Why is it important? How can we support it at home? SEL can be directly connected to the books your children are exposed to.
Browsing: Emotions & Behavior
Sadie Sasquatch Goes to School is a funny and reassuring story to help new students get used to the idea that school will differ from home.
Odette’s Alphabet is more than a traditional alphabet book; it is the story of Odette’s mindfulness journey presented through each letter of the alphabet.
Join us on the virtual book tour for Sandrine Marlier’s mindful picture book Odette’s Alphabet, a story that offers a map to handle big emotions with kindness.
Judith Viorst’s Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day is a must-have book for every home library and classroom!
Where the Wild Things Are is a story you will want to read through night and day and in and out of weeks. It’s totally fine to be wild about this book!
Guess What!? is a humorous story about the beach, but it is also a book about reading, words, and the power (and fun) of knowledge and research.
Hi, It’s Me! I Have ADHD is a powerful reminder that ADHD is not something you are—it’s something you have and can do what you want with.
Clementine Gets UNSTUCK is the first in a series to encourage kids to extend their agency from their bodies out into the world by starting a club of their own.
In Katherine Battersby’s Cranky Chicken, readers will enjoy seeing how these two very different personalities learn to love one another.