The Squeaky Wheel, by Ziba and Farzin Forooghian, is a fun and accessible story for teaching young readers about gratitude and privilege.
Children Who Dance in the Rain is an inspiring, instructive, and easily accessible introduction for readers to ideas about privilege and social justice.
A follow-up to the first Alphabreaths book, Alphabreaths Too offers readers breathing metaphors that make breathing awareness fun and easy.
Thank You, Mama is Linda Meeker’s first children’s book about the exploration and curiosity of food, family, culture, gratitude, and food as a love language.
A great lesson taught with kindness, IF ONLY… is a fantastic addition to your child’s library, and would be well-suited to a classroom.
In this episode, I talk with acclaimed author Elaine Vickers about her tender picture book Thankful, in which everyday things are celebrated.
On this topic of joy and magic, we launch into our discussion of NYT’s bestselling author Kobi Yamada’s latest picture book, The Candy Dish.
Ellen is stuck at home. There’s no school and no friends, and Mom is working all the time. It seems terrible until she learns about the choice each day offers: GET through it or GROW through it.
November is a great time to incorporate a gratitude attitude into your lives.
We explore colonial America, togetherness, farming, and gratitude. Go forth and feast on these five titles. You can thank us later!