With children in mind, these four books focus on how the most recent coronavirus outbreak has affected our communities and schools. The books discuss topics including essential workers, flattening the curve, what a virus is, building healthy habits, and how children are learning and staying connected while schools are temporarily closed. Each book features real images, a review section, a glossary, and an index. Hardback. 24 pages each.
Grades PreK & up. This collection of books will inspire children to be the best them that they can be. Through these uplifting stories children will find the importance of empowering yourself, making a difference for others, finding happiness in who you are, dreaming big dreams and staying true to yourself. Set of 4 hardcover books.
12 months & up. Your children will be excited to learn about all of the different vehicles as they poke and name them as they go. Not only will they learn about construction vehicles, and different emergency vehicles, but they will also learn about all kinds of things that go! Read along and look out for the pop noise as you poke each vehicle making it easy to keep track of which objects they have already named. This book set includes three beautifully-illustrated Mini Poke-A-Dot® books,… More »
12 months & up. Your children will be excited to learn about all of the different animal families as they poke and name them as they go! Not only will they learn what the animal is called, but they will also learn what each baby is called too. Read along and look out for the pop noise as you poke each animal making it easy to keep track of which animals they have named. This book set includes three beautifully-illustrated Mini Poke-A-Dot® books, all about animal families.
An inspiring guide from Dolly Chugh, an award-winning social psychologist at the New York University Stern School of Business, on how to confront difficult issues including sexism, racism, inequality, and injustice so that you can make the world (and yourself) better. Many of us believe in equality, diversity, and inclusion. But how do we stand up for those values in our turbulent world? The Person You Mean to Be is the smart, "semi-bold" person's guide to fighting for what you believe in.
4 years & up. This book was written in such a way to challenge gender stereotypes, suggesting the freedom to play as children choose is fundamental to their learning process. Children will find that Jamie is very much their self, and plays how they want to. Provides tips of how to ensure a child's playtime is also learning time. Hardcover. 32 pages.
3 years & up. This positive and affable book aims to assist children in understanding their feelings, providing coping strategies for managing and communicating said emotions. The book includes a section for adults, offering activities, tips, and discussion topics to lead children in exploring what they are feeling. Hardcover. 40 pages.
4 years & up. This book offers self-help resource to assist children in identifying depression or sadness, and helpful ways in managing such emotions. The book never uses the word "depression," but uses a simple, gentle story to open door of emotional communication between parent and child over early symptoms of childhood depression. Hardcover. 40 pages.
This book tells the story of Katherine Johnson, an African-American woman who worked as a mathematician for NASA. During the space race Katherine helped Apollo 13 return home safely from space. Hardcover. 40 pages.
4 years & up. This story and cd set celebrates kindness, and it's importance, in all its many forms. The story Finding Kindness demonstrates acts of kindness and is a powerful story of community, compassion, and generosity. The CD, It Takes A Little Kindness, brings yoga and mindfulness to the kindness message. Book is hardrback and 32 pages.