Help children build social and emotional intelligence and literacy skills through shared reading of engaging texts. Build positive behavior through discussions about emotions and social interactions. Stories told from the perspectives of diverse children enable students to learn about relationships and feelings.
Inside front cover of each book offers teaching tips to ease conversations about behavior while building reading skills. Inside back cover offers post-reading questions and real-world connection opportunities. Softcover, 16 pages each. Ages 4 years and up.
My Happy Day. Olivia is very happy because her grandparents have a big surprise for her. Will this be her best day ever?
The Day I Felt Sad. The snow is falling, and Roberto can’t wait to get outside. But when he has to stay late at school, he can’t help feeling sad. Will his day turn around?
I Was So Mad. Mia is playing in the sandbox, but things are not going her way. She gets mad, but then she discovers different ways to control her anger.
Don’t Worry, Mason. When Mason’s mom gets a bad cold, Mason’s routine is turned upside down. He’s worried that everything will go wrong. Some things do, but Mason learns to work through his worry.
Are You Scared, Jacob? Jacob’s mom is having a baby, so he sleeps over at his best friend’s house for the first time. He’s scared to be away from home but learns not to be afraid.
Jealous of Josie. A new girl named Josie joins Emma's class. Josie becomes the center of attention, and Emma starts to feel jealous. Can Emma and Josie be friends?