HURÁÁÁÁÁÁ! JUPÍÍÍÍ!!! JSEM ŠŤASTNÁ!!!!
Emoce, pocity. Štěstí, radost, láska, nadšení. Ale i smutek, vztek, lítost. Emoce s námi hýbou od narození. Naučme se s nimi pracovat. Děti jsou největší učitelé pro nás, rodiče. Ukážou nám čistou radost, nadšení, předvedou nám ve vteřině absolutní vztek či neštěstí.
A na nás je, naučit je s emocemi pracovat. Nepotlačit je, ale uvědomit si je a nenechat se jimi ovládat. Prožít je a posunout se dál. Výzva? Jednoznačně. Pro dospěláky i pro maličké.
Podívejte se na nejrůznější příběhy určené zhruba pro čtyřleté - sedmileté skřítky. A pak si popovídejte o tom, co zažil Nervou Nigel, Bear who stared či jak nás může ovládat touha vyhrát.
Lift-the-Flap First Questions and Answers: How Can I Be Kind?
The latest addition to Christine Pym's feelings titles in this popular First Questions & Answers series, using the wonderful world of bugs to explore the importance of kindness. This beautiful book explores how to be kind and why kindness is so important. It's not just about being kind to others, it's about being kind to ourselves, kind to nature, and kind to our planet too. Delightful examples from Christine Pym's bug world give plenty to talk about and be inspired by.
Emma Dodd's four popular picture books are now available in a chunky boardbook format. Illustrated in her appealing iconic style. In Sometimes... a mother elephant assures her child that no matter what he does and who he is, she loves him unconditionally.
The Worries: Sohal Finds a Friend: Sohal Finds a Friend
'Funny, sweet and very useful for opening conversations with anxious children' - GuardianEveryone feels worried sometimes. But what if your worries came to life and started following you around? Sohal worries about a lot of things: the dark, mutant sheep, being alone - you name it, he worries about it! So one night he tries drawing his worries to make himself feel better - and somehow they look a lot less worrying once they're scribbled down. But then imagine Sohal's surprise when he wakes up the next morning to find a set of funny, furry friends at the end of his bed!His worries have come to life, and it's not long before Hurt, Fail, Anger, Big and Alone have turned his world upside down. Now it's up to Sohal to work out how to keep his worries under control - and have some serious fun while he's at it!
Brilliant Questions About Growing Up: Simple Answers About Bodies and Boundaries
'The authors navigated this difficult to explain and sometimes difficult to understand area with great empathy and simplicity . . . I think this is a great book and I'll continue to use it as a parent, sharing it with my kids as we try and understand the world of growing up together.' Dan Sumpton, social worker and NHS psychological therapist - Sonshine MagazineWhat are belly buttons for?What happens to me next?Do I have to kiss grandma if I don't want to?Everyone knows how it feels when they're asked a question by a child and haven't been sure about how to respond.This book is written by two experts who have delivered sex and relationships lessons in over 200 schools and have collected the best questions asked by the children that they've met.They've created a big book of answers to help support conversations about growing up, sex, birth, sexuality, pregnancy, gender, relationships, consent, emotions, friendship, being online, puberty, and more!This book takes a modern, inclusive and non-judgemental approach to all of those difficult, funny, and (sometimes) embarrassing questions in a way that facilitates honest and comfortable conversations with children.
Be Your Own Superhero
Are your emotions hulking out? Is low confidence your kryptonite? Then this book is for you. With this practical guide, child psychiatrist Dr. Laura Meek is here to help every child feel like a superhero. From developing their telepathic powers (empathy and listening skills) to controlling fire (anger) and water (anxiety), this book will take children through a series of fun activities designed to help them feel in control of their lives, happier, and more confident. We're all superheroes. Sometimes we just need a bit of help finding our powers.
I really want to win
Chtít vyhrávat. Za každou cenu, v čemkoliv. To je něco, po čem naše hrdinka touží. Vyhrávat se jí pořád nedaří, ani ve sportu, ani v tanci.. prožívá vztek, smutek...až časem objeví, že vyhrát není to hlavní. Hlavní je dělat, co člověka baví a dělat to s radostí...A když člověk něco takového najde, pak je v tom obvykle dobrý a může i ...VYHRÁT. Krásná a jednoduchá knížka, pomáhá dětem zvládnout touhu vyhrát a pocity, které se pojí s prohrou. Our heroine is determined that she's going to win all the events at school sports day. The problem is that winning isn't as easy as it looks. She doesn't win the running race or the tug of war - and she can't even win a game of hide-and-seek. But maybe winning isn't really the point?A joyful picture book with an important message from the author and illustrator of I Really Want the Cake.
Your Mood Journal
Get a pen, pencil and colouring pens at the ready, and prepare to become great friends with your emotions. After all, they are great! In fact, they're AWESOME. They make life one big adventure as you try new things, learn, grow and discover who you are.Love, FEARNE***Meet your moods in the brilliant new activity journal for children, by bestselling author and broadcaster Fearne Cotton.Have you ever felt...Sad... Happy... Angry... Lonely... Worried... Scared... Excited?Or several of these moods all at once? Emotions might seem big and complex - but the more we understand them, the better we can become at managing them.Say hello to all of these moods in YOUR MOOD JOURNAL, a customisable activity book divided into seven colourful and fully illustrated chapters and packed full of interactive exercises, practical tips and notes from Fearne herself that give children the tools to understand and articulate their emotions. The journal begins with an introduction from Fearne and includes stickers so that book can be personalised.This is the perfect toolkit for children looking to explore their emotions and build confidence in communicating their feelings. This big book of activities will help children learn about their different moods and how they make their mind and body feel, with lots of space to write, draw, learn, create and have fun along the way!In this empowering journal, Fearne Cotton, the bestselling author, broadcaster and founder of Happy Place, uses practical and engaging tools to guide children to a better understanding of themselves and their emotions.***'This fun, engaging journal is packed full of evidence-based activities to help children explore and understand their emotions. It is a wonderful introduction to emotional literacy, encouraging healthy coping and providing essential building blocks for future mental health.' Dr Jo Mueller, Clinical Psychologist
Charlie Changes Into a Chicken
Shortlisted for the Waterstones Children's Book Prize! Longlisted for the Brandford Boase Award! Longlisted for the Blue Peter Award! The Guardian and The Telegraph's Children's Book of the Year! _______ Charlie McGuffin has an incredible secret . . . He can change into animals. All sorts of animals: a flea, a pigeon, even a rhino.Trouble is, he can't decide when - it only happens when he gets worried. And right now, Charlie has quite a lot to worry about: His brother (who is in hospital) His parents (who are panicking about it) And the school bully (who has Charlie in his sights) And even though every kid wants superhero power, Charlie isn't keen on changing into a chicken in the middle of the school play. So with the help of his three best friends, Charlie needs to find a way of dealing with his crazy new power - and fast!Praise for Charlie Changes into a Chicken:'Belly-busting hilarity' The Guardian'The modern masterpiece . . . this savvy, comic tale ticks every box' The Daily Telegraph'The best kind of silly' The Observer'Laugh-out-loud funny' The Mail on Sunday'Cleverly daft storytelling at its very, very best' Maz Evans, author of Who Let The Gods Out?'Full of heart and humour, wit and wisdom, and rivers of rhino poo' Sophie Anderson, author of The House with Chicken Legs'Wonderfully heart-warming and absolutely hilarious' Catherine Doyle, author of The Storm Keeper's Island
My name is August. I won't describe what I look like. Whatever you're thinking, it's probably worse.' Auggie wants to be an ordinary ten-year-old. He does ordinary things - eating ice cream, playing on his Xbox. He feels ordinary - inside. But ordinary kids don't make other ordinary kids run away screaming in playgrounds. Ordinary kids aren't stared at wherever they go. Born with a terrible facial abnormality, Auggie has been home-schooled by his parents his whole life. Now, for the first time, he's being sent to a real school - and he's dreading it. All he wants is to be accepted - but can he convince his new classmates that he's just like them, underneath it all? WONDER is a funny, frank, astonishingly moving debut to read in one sitting, pass on to others, and remember long after the final page.
I really want the cake
Všichni známe ten pocit - pokušení. Naše hrdinka má od maminky zakázáno sníst dort. Jak je ale těžké odolat. Zkusí vše možné, ale nezvládne to. Pak si uvědomí, co provedla a zkusí to napravit.Krásná a jednoduchá rýmovaná pohádka, která pomůže pracovat s pokušením porušit pravidla Everyone knows the feeling.First you smell it, then you see it...CAKE!It's on the table standing there, you cannot help but stop and stare.The icing looks like such a treat, it smells so chocolatey and sweet!And before long...YOU REALLY WANT THE CAKE.This deliciously funny story chronicles the battle of one little girl who tries, with all her might, to resist her greatest temptation: cake. Readers join our spunky, mischievous, and charming heroine and her devoted side-kick pup as the temptation mounts, and a little lick becomes a bite. With bouncing rhyming text from Simon Philip and bold, expressive illustrations from Lucia Gaggiotti, this story playfully tackles all-important themes of impulse control, truth-telling, and making amends (or at least trying to), with humor, authenticity, and heart. Including a recipe at the end of the story, I Really Want the Cake offers readers a universally relatable and tasty tale.
Pass It On
A joyful and uplifting picture book about finding happiness in the smallest of things, from picture book star Sophy Henn - World Book Day illustrator and shortlisted for the Waterstones Children's Book Prize.
A Shelter for Sadness
Smutek přišel, aby se mnou žil,a stavím pro něj úkryt, Stavím úkryt pro svůj smuteka přivítám ho uvnitř. Malý chlapec vytváří úkryt pro svůj smutek, bezpečný prostor, kde je smutek vítán, Dojemná a srdcervoucí obrázková kniha zkoumající důležitost vytváření prostoru a času pro naše vlastní zármutky, malé i velké, citlivě vizualizované ohromující ilustrací Davida Litchfielda. Anne Booth byla inspirována k napsání této knihy slovy Etty Hillesum, oběti holocaustu, která napsala:„Dopřejte svému zármutku veškerý prostor a úkryt v sobě, který je na místě, protože pokud všichni budou čestně a odvážně nosit zármutek, zármutek, který nyní naplňuje svět, se sníží. Pokud si ale místo toho vyhradíte většinu prostoru ve svém nitru pro nenávist a myšlenky na pomstu - z níž se budou rodit nové bolesti pro ostatní - pak smutek na tomto světě nikdy nepřestane. A pokud jste dali zármutek prostoru, který vyžaduje, pak můžete skutečně říci: život je krásný a tak bohatý. “ (Esther 'Etty' Hillesum (15. ledna 1914 - 30. listopadu 1943) Sadness has come to live with meand I am building it a shelter.I am building a shelter for my sadnessand welcoming it inside.A small boy creates a shelter for his sadness, a safe space where Sadness is welcome, where it can curl up small, or be as big as it can be, where it can be noisy or quiet, or anything in between. The boy can visit the shelter whenever he needs to, every day, sometimes every hour, and the two of them will cry and talk or just sit, saying nothing.And the boy knows that one day Sadness may come out of the shelter, and together they will look out at the world, and see how beautiful it is.A poignant and heart-warming picture book exploring the importance of making space and time for our own griefs, small or large, sensitively visualized with David Litchfield's stunning illustration.Anne Booth was inspired to write this book by the words of Etty Hillesum, a Holocaust victim who wrote:'Give your sorrow all the space and shelter in yourself that is its due, for if everyone bears grief honestly and courageously, the sorrow that now fills the world will abate. But if you do instead reserve most of the space inside you for hatred and thoughts of revenge-from which new sorrows will be born for others-then sorrow will never cease in this world. And if you have given sorrow the space it demands, then you may truly say: life is beautiful and so rich.' (Esther 'Etty' Hillesum (15 Jan 1914 - 30 Nov 1943)
(> 5 pcs)