EQ Picture Book Series
Shy Spaghetti and Excited Eggs
Do you ever feel like shy spaghetti or excited eggs? What about happy hot dogs or confused cupcakes? Understanding what your own emotions and feelings are telling you is very useful, even for kids! How do you know what you're feeling and how to deal with it? Take a peek inside, and you'll find out. A Note to Parents explains the importance of feelings education and shows parents ways to help kids understand what they feel, why they experience an emotion, and what they can do when feelings get too big or hard.
The Boy Who Didn't Want to Be Sad
A boy who doesn't want to be sad tries eliminating all sources of sadness from his life, including toys (they can get broken), pets (they can't live forever), friends (what if they don't call?), even his own family (sometimes they get mad at him). Ultimately, he realizes that all sources of sadness are also his sources of happiness, and he reclaims them all.
Strong feelings and intense emotions are part of every pre-teens life. So why does something so common feel so overwhelming or embarrassing? Understanding Myself is written especially for kids with intense emotions. Chock-full of current and relevant psychological research on emotions as well as real-life stories, useful quizzes and fun-fact boxes, Understanding Myself will encourage kids to notice just what their emotions are telling them about themselves, their friends and family. This informative and practical guide will help kids know what do when their emotions get to be too much!
Being Me is a kids guide to boosting self confidence and self esteem. Tools kids need to explore their strengths and be confident in school with friends and importantly, with themselves.