Self Control Book Descriptions

 

Sally Sore Loser

 

Sally loves to be first at everything! She is first in line at school. She is first out the door at recess. She is first at dinner finishing her mac n cheese! Unfortunately, Sally dislikes losing and this can lead to hot tempers and hurt feelings. She even gets the nickname Sally Sore Loser from her classmates at school. With the help of her teacher and her mom, Sally learns the rules for being a good winner and a good loser, and that the most important thing is having fun.


Big Brother Now

 

In this story, Jake - a new big brother - explains his feelings of being left out and forgotten when his baby sister Abby arrives. He experiences the typical confusion and mixed emotions that result in having to share his parents with a new and demanding sibling. But with wit and a resourceful nature, Jake explores his new role and achieves the confidence to embrace his little sister. Ultimately, the story demonstrates how kids can feel warm, safe, and loved in their family as they move from being a beloved only child to occupying a new and exciting role as the older sibling.

 

Big Sister Now

 

In this story, Kate - a new big sister - explains her feelings of being left out and forgotten when her baby brother Daniel arrives. She experiences the typical confusion and mixed emotions that result from having to share her parents with a new and demanding sibling. But with wit and a resourceful nature, Kate explores her new role and achieves the confidence to embrace her little brother.


Josh's Smiley Faces

 

In this story, Josh gets angry, throws his toys, hits his baby brother, and breaks things in his way. Using cognitive-behavioural techniques such as a chart of smiley faces and other rewards that Josh can earn, his parents show him better ways to behave. This story helps children learn how to express anger, frustration, and other negative emotions in ways that are healthy and positive. Children who learn at an early age how to manage these emotions are less likely to have emotional and behavioural problems, such as bullying. Suitable for children aged 2-5.


Rising Above the Storm Clouds

 

Young rabbits, Freedle B. and Ezzie McLumen come tumbling and squabbling into their father Franklin's tranquil study. Once Franklin regains his equilibrium, he asks his children what they think forgiveness feels like and then guides them, using symbolism, through the many values and benefits of forgiveness. By the time he has finished, the children are on cosy terms, a little wise, and eager to return to play. Ages 4-8.

 

Toodles and Teeny

 

When Toodles meets Teeny, they hit it off right away and are soon together all the time, to the exclusion of all Toodles' other friends. When the barnyard friends begin to feel left out, Toodles realizes that friendship can be best when it's shared.


Silence

 

Beautifully illustrated and gently written, Silence encourages children to stop, listen, and reflect on their experiences and the world around them. Using qualities of mindfulness, readers are asked to pay attention to what otherwise gets drowned-out in our noisy environment and use those sounds as a means to develop imagination and curiosity, and learn a little more about themselves.

 

 

《儿童情绪管理与性格培养绘本:培养孩子自控力》

 

《输不起的莎莉》

 

莎莉任何事都喜欢是第一!在学校排队要第一,课间要第一个冲出教室。她甚至要第一个吃完奶酪通心粉!不幸的是,莎莉讨厌输,而这些让她性子火爆还伤了感情。她的同学在学校甚至给她起了输不起的莎莉的外号。在老师和妈妈的帮助下,莎莉学会了体育精神的规则。她可以学会对自己说玩得开心就是赢!教导孩子具有体育精神并学会如何与他人合作是非常重要的事。体育精神不是与生俱来的。孩子们从小就需要学习如何分享、遵守规则、控制情绪、努力,学习无论输赢都互相尊重、体贴、宽容。当孩子们学着对待失利,我们可以鼓励他们更加努力,改变或者重新评估目标,在逆境中坚持不懈

 

《我当大哥哥了》

 

当家里有了新宝宝时,大孩子的世界会因此而改变,虽然他们也会兴奋和喜悦,但同时也会感到愤怒、嫉妒、恐惧和怨恨。他们会觉得,他们在爸爸妈妈心目中的地位被取代了,他们的需求也排在了小宝宝之后。他们需要明白爸爸妈妈爱每一个孩子,因为每个孩子都是特别的;他们也需要调整自己的心理,学会耐心和分享

 

《我当大姐姐了》

 

当家里有了新宝宝时,大孩子的世界会因此而改变,虽然他们也会兴奋和喜悦,但同时也会感到愤怒、嫉妒、恐惧和怨恨。他们会觉得,他们在爸爸妈妈心目中的地位被取代了,他们的需求也排在了小宝宝之后。他们需要明白爸爸妈妈爱每一个孩子,因为每个孩子都是特别的;他们也需要调整自己的心理,学会耐心和分享

 

《妈妈,我真的很生气》

 

乔希生气时,他会扔玩具、破坏玩具,甚至打他的小弟弟。妈妈说,乔希应该学会用更好的方式来表达他愤怒的情绪。通过一张笑脸图,乔希开始用语言表达他的情绪,与他人相处融洽,他的脸上也出现了更多的笑容。《儿童情绪管理与性格培养绘本妈妈,我真的很生气:学会控制愤怒的情绪》为父母提供了一个简单有效的方法,帮助他们的孩子学会表达愤怒、受挫和其他难以处理的情绪,探讨了通过奖励计划调整孩子愤怒情绪和行为的方法

 

《乌云之上有晴空》

 

当弗雷迪和艾西扭打吵闹着闯进他们父亲安静的书房时,他决定引导孩子们走上一段想象的旅程,穿过一片原谅的风景。原谅是一种美德,它具有丰富的心理学传统,可追溯到一百多年前。通过儿童能够理解的比喻和漂亮的插图,恩耐特博士介绍了原谅的五个成分:内在价值、道德之爱、善良、尊重和宽容。当儿童想象这些比喻例如飞到乌云之上,来到晴朗的蓝天的时候,他们也开始接受和原谅一起发生的情感疗愈过程。他也对原谅与和好、纵容和找借口进行了严格的区分。原谅并不意味着软弱或屈从。它是一种强有力的行为,一份爱和宽容的礼物、一份医治愤怒和憎恨的良药,一个崭新的开始,或者是对更美好的世界的一份承诺


《最好的朋友》

 

在书中,图图学会既拥有新交的最好的朋友,又和谷仓里的其他动物维持友谊。这个故事讲述了友谊的复杂性和重要性,孩子们在其中能看到自己的影子。对任何年龄段而言,朋友都是人生存在的核心。朋友为生活增添了欢乐。学习建立友谊是儿童成长为全面并且情感健康的人的一种途径。朋友关系难免会出现动荡,此时父母应当引导孩子,给孩子提供帮助。书后给父母的建议中提供的信息包括童年时期最好的朋友和好朋友的意义等,另有关于父母如何帮助孩子建立并维持友谊的提.

 

《当我安静下来》

 

用美丽的图画和温柔的文字,鼓励孩子停下来,用心倾听,思考自己的生活体验和周围的世界。启发孩子用细心的观察和安静的冥想,发现那些在日常喧嚣的环境中被忽视的东西。通过把注意力集中在当下、倾听各种各样的声音,孩子能够增强自我意识,对自己的思维和感受更加自信,并且由此增强自己的想象力和好奇心