Emotions (by Nakita Simpson): Emotions? emotions... EMOTIOOOONS! We all have them, they’re all different, and they’re rarely simple. This book helps kids explore the complexities of their emotions by telling stories, asking questions, and coloring activities made for self-expression. What color do you feel like today?
Empathy (by Daron K Roberts): This is a book about empathy. Feelings aren’t always easy, especially when they are other people’s. This book teaches kids (and grownups) how to feel “with” someone, and not just for them.
Failure (by Dr. Laymon Hicks): It’s not only likely that kids will experience failure at some time in their life, but it’s a 100% certainty. Grownups, it’s up to you to teach them how to embrace it. This book doesn’t paint a pretty face on failure. It rethinks what it means and how to help kids live their lives not trying to avoid it.
Gratitude (by Ben Kenyon): This book explores what it means to be grateful. Not just for the big things like birthday parties and iPhones, but the small things like dinner, a cozy bed, and a sunny day. This book doesn’t teach kids how to pretend like everything is always ok, but to change their perspective to live bold, influential, and authentic lives.