This book describes how a little girl named Sophie handles her anger at her sister. Through discussions of this book, you can help your child begin to answer the question: How can I express anger with causing harm to myself or others?
The simple text in this story is great for identifying rhyming words and certainly a great starting place for encouraging conversations on feelings and getting along.
Children never tire of hearing how much you love them! This is a wonderful and heartwarming bedtime story to help you express your love for your little one and let him know just how much he is loved.
This story is about a little otter who is afraid to let go of his parents’ hands. This is a great story for children who have trouble leaving your side, and hopefully, by the end of this book they will see that they too can be independent.
Thunder Cake is the story of a little girl who is afraid of thunderstorms. Through the reading of this book, your child will be exposed to rare words and sophisticated language that he would be unlikely to hear in his everyday life, which will improve his comprehension when he later learns to read.
This story is about a little mouse named Lilly who experiences the arrival of a new little brother. Her parents constantly rave about how adorable and wonderful he is. However, Lilly feels otherwise.
The detailed illustrations and captivating storyline in The Umbrella will take you and your child on an imaginary journey through a rainforest.
This is an award-winning wordless book that takes the reader on an imaginative and whimsical adventure through the night. The visuals are stunning.
In this book, the author uses beautiful vocabulary that will bring vivid visual images to your child’s mind. Through words and beautiful illustrations, your child will experience the oppressive heat of a hot, summer day and the glorious rain that finally comes to provide relief.
This Caldecott Honor Book is about a grouchy fish who thinks his only purpose in life is to be glum and spread his “dreary-wearies” with everyone. But with the help of a special friend, he comes to find that this is not the case.