This was an adorable story where we meet Olive, a little boy who is scared of the Valentine’s Day celebrations at school. He’s got it in his head that he’ll have to get married at this party, and he wants NOTHING to do with that! Olive’s mom helps him understand what Valentine’s Day is all about, LOVE, not getting married through a fun story!Continue reading “Olive and the Valentine’s Spell by Helen Millman”
Sometimes When I’m Mad by Deborah Serani
I am always on the lookout for ways to help my kiddos handle their anger. It’s hard for them (and for me) to know what to do when anger shows up. Finding books on the emotion is amazing! We have a little stack of books that we use as tools when someone is starting to feel mad or angry, and we can go sit and read them and remember ways to help handle the feeling!
Sometimes When I’m Mad is a great children’s book that helps children manage their feelings of anger. This is definitely a book that will be helpful to any child.Continue reading “Sometimes When I’m Mad by Deborah Serani”
Sometimes When I’m Sad by Deborah Serani
Emotions are hard for adults to handle, and for children, it definitely not any easier. I am always looking for books that can help my kids learn about why they feel the things they feel and how they can handle those emotions.
Sometimes When I’m Sad is a children’s book that focuses on feeling sad. I think that every child can benefit from this book. It helps kids understand that feeling sad is okay, and that it’s okay to talk to others about those feelings.Continue reading “Sometimes When I’m Sad by Deborah Serani”
George J. and the Miserable Monday by Sivan Hong￼
George J. and the Miserable Monday is a wonderful children’s book that discusses how Mondays can be hard for kids too!
I really enjoyed that this story shows children how other kids may have the same worries and fears they do. George is easy to relate to, and I think he can be a great support for children! The story was easy to understand and is something that kids will enjoy reading again and again!Continue reading “George J. and the Miserable Monday by Sivan Hong￼”