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.
Often hilarious and surprisingly poignant, HOW DO DINOSAURS SAY GOODBYE is a perfect book for all children. We all have to say goodbye at some point.
It’s Okay addresses the variety of thoughts and feelings a toddler may experience and emphasizes that “it’s okay,” which is crucial for children to know
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.
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.
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.
In I’m Sad, everybody laughs. Flamingo feels a bit better. But still a bit sad. Which is okay.
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.