Cope with big feelings!
See your emotions in a different light. Learn to embrace and express your emotions with our Social Emotional Learning bundle, where you can fearlessly explore the depths of your emotions, and walk the path to acceptance. With captivating storylines and rich illustrations, you’ll be coping with your big feelings in no time!
Books included in Bundle:
The Gentle Bulldozer
Written by Amy Baron (Massachusetts) and illustrated by Rogério Coelho (Brazil)
In this rollicking read-aloud, a powerful bulldozer is off to find his true purpose. With the help of new friends and old ones, he might just find a gentler calling.
BANG! CRASH! SLAM!
Bulldozer spends his days on a construction site. He and his friends are tasked with an important job: to tear things down and smash things up. But Bulldozer dreams of something bigger–could he and his crew be made for more than this?
Perfect for fans of GOODNIGHT GOODNIGHT CONSTRUCTION SITE and CALVIN CAN’T FLY, this story features a bulldozer with a tender side. Gift this to young readers who love construction vehicles!
The Happiest Kid
Written by Sarah Bagley Steele, illustrated by Elsa Pui Si Lo and Clarice Yunyi Cai
What’s the happiest kid supposed to do when she wakes up not feeling happy? A reassuring picture book debut about recognizing sadness and talking about big feelings.
Sally is usually the happiest kid. She wakes up every morning with a bright sun shining over her bed, and she knows it’s going to be a good day. But one day she wakes up feeling different and there’s a gloomy cloud hanging over her instead. She doesn’t know why it’s there, but she doesn’t want anyone to see it—not her parents, not her teacher, and not her friends—so she hides it away. But as the day goes on, the cloud grows too big and heavy for her to carry, and Sally must find the courage to let it out. In this sweet story, Sarah Bagley Steele, Elsa Pu Si Lo, and Clarice Cai offer a gentle reminder that everyone feels sad sometimes, and that’s okay.
Written by Amani Uduman, illustrated by Agnès Ernoult
A hilarious cautionary tale that invites readers to experience the joys and frustrations of an unexpected gift—with a surprising solution.
What would you do if your birthday wish came true—and now you had a tail?
Cedric wishes for a tail on his birthday and is overjoyed when his wish comes true. Having a tail is great! Now Cedric can swing around on trees, help his mom clean up the house twice as fast, and even fight crime! As Cedric gets used to his new limb, though, he realizes that having a tail isn’t everything he thought it would be . . . but can he ever go back to being a regular tail-less kid? In this hilarious cautionary tale, Amani Uduman and Agnès Ernoult invite readers to experience the joys and frustrations of an unexpected gift—with a surprising solution.