A comforting, rhyming story written to help children understand that a father's love is forever, even if they grow up without his presence in their lives.
Learn basic, family-related English words, like mom, dad, brother, baby sister and more, through this interactive book. Early learners will find the simple text, paired with reassuring illustrations, easy to understand.
Baby is happy in Mama's belly and no matter what enticement her family offers she won't come out until Daddy offers her a kiss. Delightful for expectant brothers, sisters, and mothers.
With a gentle kiss Mama Bear puts Baby Bear to bed. "I love you" turns into a sweet contest between Mama Bear and Baby Bear as they come up with many "I love you more" ideas.
Desde la mamá oso y su cachorro hasta la madre y su niño, siga los pasos de la madres acostando a sus hijos. A los niños les encantará este dulce cuento con cálidas ilustraciones. (From the bear and cub to the woman and child, follow along as the mothers put their babies to bed. Children will love this sweet story with warm illustrations.)
A question scritches and scratches at the back of Emma's throat. Emma is a curious kid. She loves to ask questions,Äîand she loves the silly answers that her grandmother always gives. But now Emma has a very important question, one that she is bursting to ask, one that scritches and scratches at the back of her throat. Her grandmother is sick and has to stay in the hospital. Emma wonders if Grandma will still be able to read to her kindergarten; if she will still make up funny stories over bagels on Wednesdays; if she will still be able to watch her after school. But mostly Emma wonders if Grandma is going to die. Emma,Äôs Question helps families to answer the question that all kids face at one time or another. Geared toward young children, the story uses gentle humor and simple explanations to describe what is happening to Grandma in the hospital. Funny, sweet illustrations show the depth and closeness of Emma and Grandma,Äôs relationship. Dealing With Loss, Family, Intergenerational
Separation and divorce are difficult on the entire family. Often young children blame themselves or are unsure of their place in the family if these events occur. Child psychologist Dr. Jillian Roberts designed the Just Enough series to empower parents/caregivers to start conversations with young ones about difficult or challenging subject matter. Why Do Families Change? is part of the Just Enough series. Other topics in the series include birth, death and diversity. For more information, visit www.justenoughseries.com.