The nineteen non-fiction and story-based picture books in this early elementary school collection will help educators and school social workers meet children where they are at and support their often complex emotions and mental health needs. The set includes: Violet the Snowgirl This gentle story gives children permission to grieve and helps them find ways to cope with loss. Feeling Sad! Help young children understand and cope with sadness. Sometimes When I'm Sad A sensitive and supportive story to help young children recognize and cope with sadness. Sleep Easy Trouble sleeping turns into sweet dreams when two children learn to use mindfulness exercises before bed. Exploring Emotions When a big day brings out lots of big feelings for a group of children, mindfulness helps them cope with their emotions. Breath by Breath Three friends learn how they can use mindful breathing to feel calmer, happier, and more confident. Get Outdoors Two siblings take a mindfulness approach to investigating and enjoying nature through their senses. Put Your Worries Away A gentle and supportive guide to help children cope with worry and anxiety. Bounce Back Encourage resilience and perseverance in young children. Worries Are Not Forever Give children strategies to ease anxieties and worries and feel better again. But What If? A book about feeling worried. I'm Not Happy A book about feeling sad. F is for Feelings Young children learn feelings words through an inviting alphabet book. 1, 2, 3 My Feelings and Me This friendly counting book invites young children to learn about coping with emotions. Cool Down and Work Through Anger Help young children learn to behave responsibly toward themselves and others as they develop the skills of anger management. Talk and Work It Out Children learn peaceful conflict resolution. When I Feel Afraid Help children understand their fears and teach them simple coping skills. Who Feels Scared? A book about being afraid. Feeling Scared! Help young children understand and cope with fear.