Full Mouse, Empty Mouse: A Tale Of Food And Feelings
By Dina, Ph.D. Zeckhausen, Illustrated by Brian Boyd
A mouse family (the Squeaks) lives quietly in a house inhabited by humans. But when the mice children, Billy Blue and Sally Rose, are discovered by the humans, their lives become filled with daily upset. Not wanting to bother their parents, Billy Blue eats to push down his distress, while Sally Rose is so anxious she can't nibble a thing. Eventually they realize the importance of talking about feelings and learn to find comfort in healthy ways. This is a good first book to help children understand different feelings, learn to talk about them, and use means other than food to express them.
I Don't Know Why--- I Guess I'm Shy: A story about taming imaginary fears
By Barbara Cain, Illustrated by J. J. Smith-Moore
Having been worried about bothering his neighbors by talking to them, a shy boy searches the neighborhood for his lost dog and finds the courage to speak. Includes suggestions for helping a child overcome shyness through use of this book and other activities.
Learning To Slow Down & Pay Attention: A Book for Kids About Adhd
This book is designed as the perfect learning tool to help parents guide their child as he or she confronts the challenges of ADHD. Learning to Slow Down is unique because it is kid-centered, written from the child's point of view. This updated edition includes easy-to-read text, fun cartoons, and activities, as well as loads of self-help tips for coping with friends, family, and schoolwork, getting organized, getting disciplined, and getting things done.
I Want Your Moo: A Story for Children About Self-Esteem