Blending solid information and sound advice with humor and lively illustrations, these anger-management tips guide kids to understand that anger is normal and to learn they can express it in healthy ways.
No hitting Henry - a story about when feelings become too big (Therapeutic Parenting Books)
A story about hunger, overeating and using food for comfort (Therapeutic Parenting Books).
This fun, illustrated storybook will help children aged 5-13 to understand and cope with jealousy and how it can sometimes make us feel not good enough.
This story offers a practical way to identify, explore and understand painful feelings that are likely to surface following adoption - often triggered by seemingly happy events such as birthdays or contact with birth siblings, but also due to problems at school such as bullying and being behind their peers.
This book explores different scenarios that would make a child impatient and then give three possible ways of dealing with this
This vibrant fully illustrated children's storybook is written for children aged 5+, and is an accessible, fun way to talk about anger, with useful tips about how to 'tame the red beast'.
Lying up a storm - This book is a great resource to help children understand not only the consequences of telling a lie, but also how one lie can often lead to telling several more.
This book offers social workers, adoptive parents and carers a practical way to help adopted children explore their feelings about their circumstances and situations.
Don't get angry, Annie - This book explores different scenarios that would make a child angry and then give three possible ways of dealing with this.
My Mouth Is A Volcano takes an empathetic approach to the habit of interrupting and teaches children a witty technique to capture their rambunctious thoughts and words for expression at an appropriate time.
I feel jealous - This picture book examines how and why people get jealous, illustrates scenarios of people behaving in a jealous way, and the best way to cope with it with age-appropriate content.
"I feel angry" examines how and why people get angry, illustrates scenarios of people behaving angrily, and the best way to deal with it with age-appropriate content.
A story about lying and stealing (Therapeutic Parenting Books).
Come clean Carlos - This book explores different scenarios that would make a child want to lie and then give three possible ways of dealing with this.
This heartwarming book encourages positive behaviour by using the concept of using an invisible bucket to show children how easy and rewarding it is to express kindness, appreciation and love by "filling buckets".