To be “grown-up” is what every child wants: grownups, it sometimes seems, have all the fun and make all the rules. Herschel Khan’s Knowing is Growing acknowledges this childish preconception charmingly.
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The stories in It’s Okay! provide neat illustrations of mindfulness concepts and give young readers concrete examples of how to manage their emotions in different scenarios.
In No Night-Night, author Zena Bailey-Harris writes a simple story with a surprising twist: it is simultaneously translated into American Sign Language (ASL) through the use of ingenious illustrations.
I Don’t Wanna Wear a Crown, by Janet Farrar Byington, helps little girls imagine all of the possibilities about their lives, and outlines some great choices.
Squeaky and the Stinky Mouse is a picture book for beginning readers that chronicles the important lessons a mouse learns about being kind and helping others.