By Hallee Adelman (E Adel)
Letting her jealousy get out of hand, Yaz must find a way to set things right.
By Britt Allcroft (E Allc)
Thomas’s many face help children understand if he is happy, sad, mad, or glad.
By Andrew Arnold (E Arno)
Teaches children about empathy, anger and sadness.
By Chris Ayala-Kronos (E Ayal)
Chomp shows children how to express their anger in a healthy way.
By Audrey Bouqet (E Bou)
Help Little Cat identify different emotions.
By Drew Daywalt (E Dayw)
Showcases a range of feelings and how multiple emotions can be felt at once.
By Flavia Z. Drago (E Drag)
Children will relate to Gustavo’s bashful behavior and learn how he gains the courage to push through his fears.
By Danielle Dufayet (E Dufa)
Teaches children how to work through their fears alone or with help.
By Chanie Kamman (E Kamm)
Explores ways in which children can express and process their emotions.
By Supriya Kelkar (E Kelk)
Harpreet Singh expresses his emotions through vivid color.
By Katherine Locke (E Lock)
Dragons may express their emotions with an unpredictable intensity, but with a little patience and understanding you can be the best of friends.
By Deborah Marcero (E Marc)
Llewellyn teaches children that it’s better to release your emotions then to bottle them up.
By Gwen Millward (E Mill)
Tiger struggles to keep her emotions under control.
By Alexandra Penfold (E Penf)
A diverse story teaching children how to navigate their big feelings.
By Tom Percival (E Perc)
Ruby learns what to do if worry begins to follow her around.
By Andy Rash (E Rash)
Camper and Clam that it is important to support all emotions, not just happiness.
By Robert Starling (E Star)
Fergal learns how to manger his temper before a tantrum hits.
By Apryl Stott (E Stot)
Poppy and Clementine are best friends who do everything together. When Clementine meets a new friend, it is up to Poppy to communicate her feeling of jealousy.
By Kobi Yamada (E Yama)
A story that empathizes with those who have felt doubt or worry, especially in new experiences.
By Shinsuke Yoshitake (E Yosh)
For curious children who want to explore boredom.
By Mallika Chopra (E152.4 Chop)
A non-fiction story shared by a wellness expert who teaches children what feelings can look like and exercises to work through them.
By Paul Christelis (E152.4 Chri)
This non-fiction story uses weather as a comparison to intense emotions.
By D.J. Corchin (E152.4 Corc)
A non-fiction series exploring multiple emotions, teaching children how to identify and work through them.
By Jaclyn Jaycox (E152.4 Jayc)
A non-fiction series which shares examples and ways in which children can learn and grow through their feelings.
By Aurelie Chien Chow Chine (E152.4 Chie)
Children learn breathing exercises throughout the story to help them better copy with difficult emotions.
By Lizzy Rockwell (E155.41246 Rock)
Encourages a conversation between children and parents about emotions.
Elmo teaches children helpful suggestions on remaining in control through tough emotions.
By Lindsey Rowe Parker (E618.9285 Park)
Practical tools for children to work through big emotions.