Feel Better Books for Little Kids
There are currently four books in the Feel Better Books for Little Kids series! This is such an impressionable age when children are learning and changing so quickly. Practicing coping techniques at this stage will make a world of difference for children as they carry their emotional health into adulthood. We hope to write several more books for this series, so stay tuned!
A Feel Better Book for Little Poopers (2020)
In lively, soothing rhyming text, this Feel Better Book helps little ones who are first learning to use the bathroom to understand that pooping doesn’t have to be uncomfortable or scary. The gentle and calming narration gives readers coping strategies and practical advice.
A Feel Better Book for Little Tears (2019)
This gentle rhyming book helps young kids identify what it feels like to be sad and what they can do to respond to it. It offers suggestions such as talking about what makes you feel sad, imagining happy things, or crying as a way to let the emotion out. The book lets kids know that it’s perfectly normal to feel sad — but offers a gentle reminder that the feelings won’t last for forever.
A Feel Better Book for Little Tempers (2018)
Sometimes the LITTLEST kids can have the BIGGEST tempers! This book helps young children who are just beginning to recognize and identify their emotions understand how anger feels and affects them. The rhyming narration helps kids to identify anger and provides them with helpful tools to manage and move past it. Readers are taught that it’s okay to get mad, if you know what to do.
A Feel Better Book for Little Worriers (2017)
Worries can feel like a BIG problem to a LITTLE kid! This book is a short and gentle, rhyming picture book intended for kids 3–5 years old who may be developing anxious feelings and are too young to comprehend the implications. The rhyming narration helps kids to identify a worry and where it might come from, as well as provides them with helpful tools to reduce and cope with worries. A Feel Better Book for Little Worriers assures kids that having some worries is normal — everyone has them, even adults!