Too often kids' feelings get ignored. This series helps children and adults accept and acknowledge their emotions. It also helps them distinguish between feelings and actions. Even more important, the stories give kids several ways to cope with feelings. They also allow parents and teachers to discuss other situations in a nonjudgmental way.
Everybody looks different. But different doesn't have to mean bad, ugly, scary or wrong.
This well-illustrated book helps young children understand some of the differences we see in everyday life. It answers questions without making value judgments, without embarrassing anyone.
Excellent for the parent or caregiver who wants to develop positive attitudes in children toward all kinds of people. This book also suggests how to teach children when and how it's appropriate to ask questions about the people around them.