For children's picture books about domestic violence see Abuse - Domestic Violence - Children's Picture Books
A warm and delightful picture book for the children and grandchildren of those with Parkinson’s, that shows how they can help and has useful information for everyone. Grandma’s Brain can be read to children who have a parent or grandparent with Parkinson’s. She hopes kids enjoy the st ...Show more
Category: Self-Esteem & Fitting In
High on energy and imagination, this ode to self-esteem encourages kids to appreciate everything about themselves inside and out. Messy hair? Beaver breath? So what! Here's a little girl who knows what really matters. At once silly and serious, Karen Beaumont's joyous rhyming text and David Catrow's wil ...Show more
Straightforward and compassionate, When Dinosaurs Die explains death, dying, and coping with grief and loss in simple and accessible language for young kids and families. No one can really understand death, but to children, the passing away of a loved one can be especially perplexing and troubl ...Show more
Category: Self-Esteem & Fitting In
Errol and his teddy, Thomas, are best friends who do everything together. Whether it's riding a bike, playing in the tree house, having a tea party or all of the above, every day holds something fun to do together. One sunny day, Errol finds that Thomas the Teddy is sad, and Errol can't figure out why. ...Show more
Everything children really want to know about sexuality and bodies - and aren't afraid to ask. This book collects questions asked by boys and girls and answers them directly: the questions are real, the answers honest and the images funny. How much sex education do children need? As much as they ask fo ...Show more
Explorers investigate places they have never been before. These explorers might take a while to make their discoveries. They might have trouble understanding their maps. They might make wrong turns. They might need to start their expedition all over again! If explorers could not accept their mistakes a ...Show more
Sherman Smith saw the most terrible thing happen. At first he tried to forget about it, but soon something inside him started to bother him. He felt nervous for no reason. Sometimes his stomach hurt. He had bad dreams. And he started to feel angry and do mean things, which got him in trouble. Then he me ...Show more
The Hugging Tree tells the story of a little tree growing all alone on a cliff, by a vast and mighty sea. Through thundering storms and the cold of winter, the tree holds fast. Sustained by the natural world and the kindness and compassion of one little boy, eventually the tree grows until it can hold a ...Show more
Death of a loved one is one of the most stressful events in adult life. For children, whose understanding of death is limited and who may not have the skills to cope with extreme emotion, death can be overwhelming. Why Did You Die? offers exercises that help children understand death better; cope with ...Show more
Getting friendships right isn't easy. It's hard to find great friends, and even harder to hold on to them when rumours swirl or dramas unfold. But don't worry; psychologist and friendship expert Dr Angharad Rudkin and fabulous children's author Ruth Fitzgerald are here to show you how to find - and keep ...Show more
By working through the activities in this book, children with anger control problems can develop better emotional and behavioral control. Kids will learn how to identify the things that make them angry, become better problem solvers, talk about their frustrations, and much more.
Category: Separation & Divorce
Mum and Dad don't live together any more, so sometimes this little girl lives with her mum and her cat, and sometimes she lives with her dad. She has two bedrooms and two sets of toys, but she takes her favourite toys with her wherever she goes.