All You Can Imagine
Kids learn how imagination gives them the power to connect to themselves, to others, and to the world around them.
Mental Health Third/Fourth/Fifth Grade Collection
Explore more nuanced emotions and support kids' mental health with these nine books for upper elementary students.
Zach Rules Series Set
William Mulcahy's engaging stories of Zach and his family make learning life skills easy and fun.
Zach Stands Up
Zach learns how to be an upstander and finds his courage using his stand-up-to-bullying STAR.
Zach Hangs In There
Picture book that teaches kids how to persevere when things get difficult through positive self-talk
Zach Makes Mistakes
A humorous story about learning from mistakes and coping with feeling embarrassed
Zach and his family work through everyday kid struggles using graphically presented coping strategies that readers will easily remember
Zach Gets Frustrated
Zach learns a strategy for dealing with frustration when things aren't going his way
What If? In a Jar<sup>®</sup>
101 lively what-if scenarios to spark conversation and reflection.
Make a Splash! A Kid's Guide to Protecting Earth's Ocean, Lakes, Rivers & Wetlands, 2nd Edition
Teach elementary kids about the water crisis and empower them to take action.
Extra Info:2nd Edition
Together in our World Series Set
Help kids make sense of the world and become global citizens.
Culture and Diversity
A picture book about understanding cultural diversity and practicing empathy.
Protecting the Planet
A picture book about the effects of littering, pollution, and global warming, and how we can care for the earth.
Rights and Equality
A picture book about human rights and why fighting for equality is important.
Rules and Responsibilities
A picture book about the importance of following rules and taking responsibility.
Speak Up and Get Along!
A toolbox of twenty-one strategies kids can use to get along with others.
The Survival Guide for Kids with ADHD
Help kids with ADHD succeed in school, get along better at home, and form healthy, enjoyable relationships with peers
What Do You Stand For? For Kids
Build positive character traits like caring, citizenship, cooperation, courage, fairness, honesty, respect, and responsibility.
Temper Tamers In a Jar<sup>®</sup>
Helping kids cool off and manage anger
Problem-solver Paula patches her pants-and encourages her class to be resourceful, mend, and reuse.
Rules! Rules! Rules!
Empower kids with tools for respecting, questioning, and coping with rules.
Yay! You Failed
Help young kids learn how to set goals, overcome challenges, and feel good about their efforts.
Lulu and the Hunger Monster / Lulú y el Monstruo del Hambre
Award-winning story of food insecurity and hunger is available as an English-Spanish bilingual book.
Ease the Tease
Ten easy-to-learn strategies to help kids ease the pain of teasing and stand up for themselves.