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: Mental Health
Sally J. Pla is an award-winning author of books for young readers. She shares insights into her latest novel, The Fire, the Water, and Maudie McGinn.
Join us on this virtual book tour for My Old Friend, Then, by yoga teacher and longtime practitioner of Vipassana meditation Katherine Davis-Gibbon!
There are many small things we can do that we hope will have a significant and positive impact on our children’s mental, social and emotional wellbeing.
An illustration inspiration interview with Maria Biktimirova aka Manka Kasha. Small Knight and the Anxiety Monster is her debut picture book.
Join us on this virtual book tour for Fragments: Journeys from Isolation to Connection, by award-winning author and playwright Maura Pierlot.
An interview with author Leo Zarko. In Anxious Annie, he does a great job of getting inside the head of an energetic kid.
Anxious Annie is an enjoyable story with an important lesson, perfect for shared reading at home or school.
The Battle of Spencer Street is an endearing tale with an important message for readers, and is an enjoyable read for children who are regular victims of anxiety as well as those who are not.
The Sea in Winter, written by award-winning author Christine Day, tells the story of Maisie, a seventh-grader who is coming to terms with a knee injury that is keeping her from dancing ballet.