Before You Were Born


Jennifer Davis - 1998
    Children learn how Mommy is feeling and how the baby is developing, about hiccups, kicks, and umbilical cords, a first heartbeat, and the contractions that mark the beginning of labor.For expectant mothers and curious little kids, and especially for kids with siblings on the way, it is an interactive storybook that delivers delight and information and reassurance, too.

Peaceful Piggy Meditation


Kerry Lee MacLean - 2004
    When you meditate every day, your mind stays happy, and even bad days are a little easier.

When I Care about Others


Cornelia Maude Spelman - 2002
    Full-color illustrations.

Once Upon a Potty: Boy


Alona Frankel - 1980
    Thirty-two years later, Once Upon a Potty -- Boy and Once Upon a Potty -- Girl are the classic books on potty training and have sold more than four million copies worldwide. These children's books help parents everywhere deal successfully with an often vexing challenge for the whole family.Thanks to their timeless words and beloved images, Once Upon a Potty -- Boy and Once Upon a Potty -- Girl are being discovered and used by a new generation of parents. These two books, with their phenomenal staying power, target and meet the needs of an obviously perpetual market.

How to Be a Friend: A Guide to Making Friends and Keeping Them


Laurie Krasny Brown - 1998
    Fun dinosaur characters teach young children all about friendship--the value of friends, how to make friends, and how to be a good friend.With playful full-color illustrations, Laurie Krasny Brown and Marc Brown help kids cope with everyday social situations and learn:Who can be your friend.How to show someone you would like to be friends.How to handle bosses and bullies.The best ways to be a friend and ways not to be a friend.Ways to settle an argument with a friend.

A Little SPOT of Anger: A Story About Managing BIG Emotions


Diane Alber - 2019
    They will realize they can manage their spots of emotions with fun counting and breathing techniques by watching a fun illustrated ANGRY SPOT start to shrink down.

Madeline Says Merci: The Always-Be-Polite Book


John Bemelmans Marciano - 2001
    She loves winter, snow, and ice. And she also knows the secret to being polite is simply to be kind to others. With help from her friends--Miss Clavel, the girls, and even Pepito--Madeline introduces basic ideas such as please and thank you, sharing, cleaning up, and so much more. With charming illustrations and humorous verse, this new book will be treasured by Madeline fans of all ages.

Weird!


Erin Frankel - 2012
    Luisa initially reacts to the bullying by withdrawing and hiding her colorful nature. But with the support of her teachers, parents, classmates, and one special friend named Jayla, she is able to reclaim her color and resist Sam’s put-downs.The Weird! SeriesThese three books tell the story of an ongoing case of bullying from three third graders’ perspectives. Luisa describes being targeted by bullying in Weird! Jayla shares her experience as a bystander to bullying in Dare! And in Tough!, Sam speaks from the point of view of someone initiating bullying. Kids will easily relate to Luisa, Jayla, and Sam, as each girl has her own unique experience, eventually learning how to face her challenges with the help of friends, peers, and caring adults.

Too Big for Diapers (Sesame Street)


John E. Barrett - 2000
    It may take a few tries, but soon Ernie realizes he can learn to use it all by himself!

The Toolbox


Anne Rockwell - 1971
    There are nails, screws, and a hammer. A toolbox is a treasure trove for curious young builders. When they're not running to explore their own tool collections, children will be glued to this book, exploring the shapes, names, and useful jobs of common hand tools.

Curious George Learns to Count from 1 to 100


H.A. Rey - 2005
    Now George is curious about numbers. Counting from 1 to 10 is easy, but can he count all the way to 100? George has picked the perfect day to try. It’s his town’s 100th birthday today and everyone is coming out to celebrate!With the help of his friend, the man with the yellow hat, George learns to count from 1 to 100, making his usual monkey mischief along the way. Young minds (and little fingers) will find all kinds of wonderful things to count as they turn each colorful page.In this large format, paper-over-board book each page features familiar objects for children to count. From home (toys, shoes, plates) to the park (bugs, sticks, clouds) to school (paste, crayons, books) George finds many different things to count. A perfect book for celebrating counting, numbers and the 100th day of school.

Undercover: One of These Things is Almost Like The Others


Bastien Contraire - 2016
    This play on the analogy of shapes makes the objects look deceitfully similar and the task surprisingly tricky! With a range of humorous visual jokes through association (an egg among birds) as well as clever shape comparisons (a plane among insects), this wordless book offers much to be discussed, and the joy of visual deciphering and categorization is sure to continue beyond its pages.

What to Do When Your Temper Flares: A Kid's Guide to Overcoming Problems with Anger


Dawn Huebner - 2007
    But it can also blaze out of control, causing lots of problems.If you're a kid whose temper quickly flares, a kid whose anger gets too big, too hot, too fast, this book is for you.What to Do When Your Temper Flares guides children and their parents through the cognitive-behavioral techniques used to treat problems with anger. Engaging examples, lively illustrations, and step-by-step instructions teach children a set of "anger dousing" methods aimed at cooling angry thoughts and controlling angry actions, resulting in calmer, more effective kids. This interactive self-help book is the complete resource for educating, motivating, and empowering children to work toward change.This book is part of the Magination Press What-to-Do Guides for Kids(R) series and includes an "Introduction to Parents and Caregivers." What-to-Guides for Kids(R) are interactive self-help books designed to guide 6-12 year olds and their parents through the cognitive-behavioral techniques most often used in the treatment of various psychological concerns. Engaging, encouraging, and easy to follow, these books educate, motivate, and empower children to work towards change.

Manners Can Be Fun


Munro Leaf - 1936
    Kirkus believes Manners Can Be Fun to be the author's "best, both in idea and execution. Manners books are perennials--hardy ones at that--and this makes first steps in etiquette easy and fun." The children's classic begins: "Having good manners is really just living with other people pleasantly." This pleasant book will explain to children why good conduct is essential in the household, on the playground, and beyond.Munro Leaf is best known for How to Behave and Why and The Story of Ferdinand, which was an overnight international sensation upon its release in 1936.

Alpha


Isabelle Arsenault - 2014
    . . Since 1956, whenever time and clarity are of the essence, everyone from firefighters to air traffic controllers has spelled out messages using the NATO phonetic alphabet. Now, with equal precision—infused with a singular wit and whimsy—award-winning author-illustrator Isabelle Arsenault interprets this internationally recognized code and makes it her own. From the elegant Tangoto the enigmatic Echo, from the humorous Kilo to the haunting Romeo and Juliet, the striking art in this remarkable ABC book elicits laughter and curiosity, calls up endless associations, and will draw the viewer back again and again.