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.
Benny, the Bully Bull, James V. DeLaura, is a delightful Social-emotional Learning resource book for children who struggle with friendship.
Dr. Rosie Helps the Animals, by Jennifer Welborn, is a fun and informative story for teaching young readers about caring for animals.
Snoodles in Space is a fun and funny introduction to science fiction for young readers with some great classroom or home discussion talking points.
Jon Klassen’s ink and watercolor drawings bring scenes to life. These delightful stories are sure to become timeless classics in the animal-stories genre.
Coney: A Trip to Luna Park, by Jeffrey Lindberg, is a whimsical trip through time to a magical and timeless icon of childhood.
Pat Black-Gould’s The Crystal Beads is a thought-provoking exploration of love and hatred told through a deceptively simple story.
If compassion, empathy, and diversity are essential conversation topics for you, join us on this virtual book tour for The Crystal Beads, Lalka’s Journey!
Marty and Lenny, by Tania Woznicki, is a good story and a valuable tool for teaching young people about empathy and kindness.
The Dog That Was Different is perfect for introducing young readers to emotional intelligence and inclusivity in their everyday lives.