While children enjoy expressing themselves--be it through laughter or tears--they don't always have the words to articulate their emotions. Colorful stickers are included in each book. Easy-to-read text and evocative illustrations make these relatable story in the series a perfect practice in emotional maturity for kids
I Am Brave follows a little girl as she navigates her own family vacation, complete with her first airplane ride, a giant water slide at the hotel, a spooky cave--with bats!--and the main role in a disappearing trick. Thankfully, with her brother, parents, and even a magician as a guide, she learns to overcome hesitation and embrace her family's new adventures. Repeating the affirmation that "I am brave" allows courage to take over and helps her have a very happy vacation. I Am Brave is the fourth title in the Positive Power series and includes 2 sheets of stickers!
I Am Kind follows a little girl who sees kindness all around her. Her mother is kind when she volunteers in the community, and her neighbor is kind when he gives her strawberries from his garden. Even her nature troop is kind when they take care of the earth! The little girl realizes that she, too, has the power to be kind, and that even small actions can have a big impact. In this new installment of the Positive Power early reader series, children will learn the affirmation "I am kind" through an encouraging story of community and everyday kindness. And it includes 2 sheets of stickers!
This Makes Me Happy follows a young girl on a field trip to the fair, complete with a roller coaster, pie-eating contest, and petting zoo! But when her pesky nut allergy keeps her from having a treat with her class, the girl learns that even the happiest of days can have unhappy moments. By reflecting on her trip and recognizing the many feelings that arose during it, she is able to feel less overwhelmed--and more confident about her positively happy day.
This Makes Me Sad follows a young boy after he accidentally lets his dog, Kit, loose from the yard. Despite his parents' attempt to find her, nothing can cheer up the boy. His favorite things, like a pretty sunset, going to the park, and his beloved teddy bear, just make him more sad. Even happy memories of Kit no longer feel good. With help from his family, the boy must learn to accept and express how he's feeling inside. And by dealing with his feelings, he might just be able to do some good until Kit comes home.
Paperback, 32 pages
152 x 229 x 4mm