In Take Five, Freddie is excited to go to his best friend Ben’s birthday party. When Freddie sees all the presents Ben gets on the day, he feels a bit sad …
Nana teaches Freddie to ‘Take Five’ – to take five minutes and be thankful for everything he has. Together they count all the wonderful things in their lives. This gratitude trick is a helpful technique for dealing with the uncomfortable and often confusing feelings of jealousy that children inevitably encounter.
I love this book for helping kids to see the positives rather than the negatives. Gratitude gets them into a good mindset of what we have is enough. Another brilliant book by these two.
Leslie Patricelli Ouch! Baby’s mouth feels funny. Something is happening, and it’s not just that a puddle of drool keeps escaping. There it is – a new tooth! And where there’s...
Leslie Patricelli When you've got to go, you've got to go! But where? There comes a point in every toddler's life when the question must be raised – should I...
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