"A touching story about a little boy whose worry monster follows him everywhere he goes. It's there when he gets dressed, when he wants to play with his toys, and even when his friends come over to visit. How can he escape his worries?"--
"A perfect book to help discuss mental health, depression, empathy, loss, and hope with young children. Arthur's gloomy father rushes him through the park every morning, through gray and rainy weather. Arthur just wants a bright balloon from the park's vendor, but Papa always says no. One morning, the balloons magically appear at their doorstep, and Arthur figures out the perfect way to bring the sunshine out--and Papa's smile back--even if only for...
Ruby loves being Ruby swinging up really high and exploring her backyard. But one day, Ruby finds a worry. At first, it's not such a big worry. But each day, it grows a little bigger. And a little bigger. Then the worry is ENORMOUS, and it's all she can think about. Until she discovers that everyone has worries, and the best way to get rid of them is to talk about them.
"What does it mean to be anxious? It's an emotion everyone has. Children will learn how to recognize when they are feeling anxious and examples of good ways to manage their emotion. A mindfulness activity will give kids the opportunity to practice managing their feelings"--
"Pig is so incredibly kind and fabulously fun, but he also has a big secret--he's a tremendous worrier! When Pig gets the brilliant idea to throw a party for Mouse and their friends, he can't help but think of everything that could possibly go wrong. After all, what if a lion eats all the invitations? What if nobody comes? or worse, what if everyone comes and has an awful time?"--
Reassuring text and lighthearted illustrations combine in the story of an anxiety-prone little dinosaur whose plans for a special picnic are complicated by fears about what could go wrong, before a little support from a loved one helps him find ways to soothe his butterflies.
"What does it mean to be sad? It's normal for people to feel down sometimes. Learn what it feels like, what causes it, and how to turn sad feelings into happy ones. Big, diverse photos illustrate what sadness looks like. A mindfulness activity will give children the chance to practice managing their emotions"--
"What does it mean to be angry? Anger may not make us feel good, but it's an emotion everybody has! Children will learn how to identify when they are angry and ways to manage their feelings. Large, vivid photos help illustrate what anger looks like. A mindfulness activity will give kids an opportunity to explore their feelings"--
"A small boy creates a safe space for his sadness, a shelter where it can curl up small, or be as big as it can be, where it can be noisy or quiet, or anything in between. The boy can visit the shelter every day, sometimes every hour and he knows that one day Sadness may come out of the shelter and they will look at the beautiful world together"--Back cover.