How to Train Your Amygdala
Your amygdala works hard to protect you from danger, but what about when it gets things wrong? This amusing character-driven narrative helps children learn to calm their amygdala and control their fight-flight-freeze impulses.
I Know Sad
Children learn to recognize and cope with feeling sad, lonely, or disappointed.
I Know Happy
Children learn to recognize and understand the feelings of happiness, excitement, and pride.
Molly's Great Discovery
Molly gets diagnosed with dyslexia and learns it's okay to ask for help when she needs it.
Molly Tells the World
Molly learns to accept her learning disability with the help of a new friend.
Molly Finds a Way
Molly and her friend showcase their problem-solving skills during a playdate that doesn't go exactly as planned.
You Made Fun of My Sandwich
When a kid is teased about their lunch- the response is one of humor, creativity, and empathy.
How to Bird
Birding for everyone, everywhere.
Dear Dad: Love, Nelson
A boy's letters to his incarcerated father help them stay connected even while they're apart.
Jesse and the Snack Food Genie
When the Snack Food Genie appears, Jesse begins to recognize how food fuels his body.
Frankie versus the Food Phantom
A class project leads Frankie to learn where her food comes from and go up against the Food Phantom.
Tap and Rap, Move and Groove
Young children play and learn together with lively dance chants.
I Think I Think a Lot
A young girl notices, and celebrates, her way of looking at and experiencing the world.
What on Earth Do You Do When Someone Dies?, 2nd Edition
Help kids understand what death means and how to cope when they've lost a special person.
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Jayden's Secret Ingredient
Jayden discovers the secret ingredient to trying something new.
Problem-solver Paula patches her pants-and encourages her class to be resourceful, mend, and reuse.
Sometimes When I'm Worried
Children learn practical strategies for coping with worry and anxiety.
Rules! Rules! Rules!
Empower kids with tools for respecting, questioning, and coping with rules.
Screen Time Is Not Forever / El tiempo de pantalla no es para siempre
Children learn boundaries and safety when using screens, and fun things to do when screens are off.
Tails Are Not for Pulling / La cola de las mascotas no es para jalarla
Teach kids that teasing animals isn't nice, they can choose to be kind to animals, and it's important to ask before touching someone's pet.
Tears Are Not Forever / Las lágrimas no son para siempre
Everybody cries! In this picture book, children learn how crying can help them and ways to cope with challenging feelings.
What Does Grief Feel Like?
What does grief feel like? Help young children explore the ways people experience grief when someone dies.
Be Careful and Stay Safe / Tener cuidado y mantenerse seguro
In English and Spanish, teach children how to avoid potential dangers, ask for help, follow directions, use things carefully, and plan ahead.
Understand and Care / Entender y demostrar importancia
In English and Spanish, build empathy in children; guide them to show they care by listening to others and respecting their feelings.