Our reading journey has always been supported by a melting pot of different kinds of books. But the stories that we have seen work the magic that only books can, are the ones where the underlying thread is about human emotions. Little children deal with such big big feelings, and we often get trapped in naming those feelings. What has worked for us, though, is not naming them, but seeing them imbibed in characters, and learning how to nurture or manage them through the story arc.
Wonder is a book about a child named August who has a craniofacial anomaly. This book is about his struggles in his life, and how he handles them.
Title: Be Kind Author: Pat Zietlow Miller Illustrator: Jen Hill Type: Paperback/Hardcover Recommended age group: 3-6 years We are trying to introduce as well as acknowledge emotions in our 3 year old. Considering the fragility…Continue Reading
*New York Times Bestseller **Part of Children’s Bookshelf on Amazon Book: How Full Is Your Bucket? For Kids Authors: Tom Rath and Mary Reckmeyer Type: Hardcover Age group: 3-8 years How full is your bucket…Continue Reading