This joyful rhyming book encourages children to value the “different” in all people, leading the way to a kinder world in which the differences in all of us are celebrated and embraced.
Aimed at parents, teachers and Forest School leaders, this new book from Jane Worroll & Peter Houghton is packed full of fantastic new Forest School activities. It has a special focus on the elements and on making children feel connected to the natural world through imagination and storytelling.
Becoming a mother is radical, powerful, shocking, redemptive, and ripe for insights. This journal is a tangible place to collect thoughts and images during the postpartum period, to help explore, work with, and record the physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects of each new mother's personal journey.
In Healthy Living for Teens, young writers show that it’s possible to overcome bad habits and lead healthy lives in a time when substance abuse, junk food, and low self-esteem and self-worth are major social problems.
Inspire teen and preteen readers to take responsibility for and make wiser decisions about their lives with the essays in this book—each w
Storytelling is one of the oldest and most essential skills known to humankind, a timeless parenting tool that helps families celebrate life’s joys, navigate its challenges, and raise healthy, well-adjusted kids.
Stories help children manage their emotions, empathize with others, and better understand the complex world we live in.
Does your child appear nervous in social situations? Perhaps they express worries about what other people will think of them, or are sad and withdrawn? Do they seem reluctant to take part in their usual interests and hobbies? These could be signs that your child is struggling with low confidence.
This practical guide combines cognitive behavioral therapy and mind
The Worry Workbook is here to help by explaining what worry is, offering creative ways to calm and distract yourself when worry strikes.
Worries come in all shapes and sizes, creeping up on us when we least expect them. Worries, and anxiety in general, are like little clouds floating above our heads that seem menacing and threatening at first glance.
Have courage, little dinosaur!
It’s Norman’s first day at Dino Day Care. Who wouldn’t be nervous? First, Norman does what he does best: he makes himself invisible. But eventually he manages to find his courage—with a little help from a new friend and just a hint of magic.
Sean Julian playfully reminds us that it’s okay to be shy.
The Calm Book is a playful, warm and inviting non-fiction picture book designed to encourage children to pay attention to their moods, and learn to cope with the stresses and excitements of the busy modern world without becoming overwhelmed.
Fully and fearlessly updated, this vital new edition of the acclaimed book on sex, sexuality, bodies, and puberty deserves a spot in every family’s library.
A happy book to help toddlers with potty training, with surprising flaps For toddlers ages 30 months and up.
Bunny loves her potty. She likes to sit on it all the time. But one day, Bunny can't find it. And Bunny really needs to go potty What will she do now? She can't hold it anymore Will using the real potty be as scary as it looks?
An indispensable guide to the revolutionary advances in pregnancy and childbirth, Taking Charge of Your Pregnancy contains trailblazing science that explains:
- Why the first eight weeks are the most important and how to optimize them
- Which prenatal genetic tests are risk‑free and which are a waste of money
- Why miscarriages are commo