located in the Curriculum Lab
Alexander, Martha G. I'LL PROTECT YOU FROM THE JUNGLE BEASTS. A little boy explains how he will protect his teddy bear from the beasts in the forest. Then he becomes lost and the teddy bear's stuffing takes over. c1973. Fear
Aliki. WE ARE BEST FRIENDS. by Aliki. When Robert's best friend Peter moves away, both are unhappy, but they learn that they can make new friends and still remain best friends.c1982, 1987. Anger
Anglund, Joan Walsh. LOVE IS A SPECIAL WAY OF FEELING.c1960. Love
Aylesworth, Jim. MARY'S MIRROR. When Mary finds an old mirror, she doesn't like what she sees in it.c1982. Envy, Jealousy
Aylesworth, Jim. TWO TERRIBLE FRIGHTS. A little girl mouse and a little girl person meet while getting a snack in the kitchen at bedtime and scare each other--only to dream of each other later.c1987. Fear
Bang, Molly. WHEN SOPHIE GETS ANGRY--REALLY, REALLY ANGRY... A young girl is upset and doesn't know how to manage her anger but takes the time to cool off and regain her composure. c1999. Anger
Barrett, John M. OSCAR THE SELFISH OCTOPUS. Oscar regrets his selfish and self-centered ways when only two ocean creatures respond to his plea for help out of a tight situation.c1978. Selfishness
Bartoli, Jennifer. NONNA. A young boy realizes that when his grandmother dies he still has much of her living around him such as her garden and her cookie recipe.c1975. Grief
Benedek, Elissa P. THE SECRET WORRY. A little girl's secret worry makes her sad and cross with her family and friends until the worry doctor helps her understand her worries and herself.c1984. Sadness, Fear
Berry, Christine. MAMA WENT WALKING. Sarah saves her mother from a series of imaginary dangers, from lions in the Jaba-Jaba Jungle to scritchy-witchy things in the Gonagetcha Forest.c1990. Fear
Best, Cari. SHRINKING VIOLET. Violet, who is very shy and hates for anyone to look at her in school, finally comes out of her shell when she is cast as Lady Space in a play about the solar system and saves the production from disaster. c2001. Bashfulness
Billam, Rosemary. FUZZY RABBIT IN THE PARK. A toy rabbit named Fuzzy has an adventure when he is lost in the park and must find his own way back to his owner.c1986. Love
Bluthenthal, Diana Cain. I'M NOT INVITED? Minnie is upset when she is not invited to Charles's party. C2003. Sadness
Bradbury, Ray. SWITCH ON THE NIGHT. Fear of the dark.c1955. Fear
Brown, Margaret Wise THE DEAD BIRD. When they find a dead bird, a group woods, sing a song to it, and put flowers on the grave.c1958. Grief
Bunting, Eve. ONE GREEN APPLE. While on a school field trip to an orchard to make cider, a young immigrant named Farah gains self-confidence when the green apple she picks perfectly complements the other students' red apples. c2006. Self-confidence
Bunting, Eve. SMOKY NIGHT. When the Los Angeles riots break out in the streets of their neighborhood, a young boy and his mother learn the values of getting along with others no matter what their background or nationality.c1994. Fear
Calhoun, Mary. HIGH-WIRE HENRY. Although Henry the cat learns tightrope walking only to impress the humans in his family, who have stopped paying attention to him because of their new puppy, his skill comes in handy when the puppy gets stranded on a high ledge.c1990. Envy, Jealousy
Carlson, Nancy L. ABC, I LIKE ME! An alphabet book that explores self-esteem. 1998, c1997. High self-esteem
Carlson, Nancy L. LOUANNE PIG IN WITCH LADY. Louanne Pig is befriended by the old woman she always believed to be a witch.c1985. Fear
Carrick, Carol. THE ACCIDENT. After his dog is hit by a truck and killed, Christopher must deal with his own feelings of depression and guilt.c1976. Grief
Carson, Jo. YOU HOLD ME AND I'LL HOLD YOU. When a great-aunt dies, a young child finds comfort in being held and in holding, too.c1992. Grief
Chapouton, Anne-Marie. BILLY THE BRAVE. Fearless Billy is the bravest boy in the world but he still likes the hall light on when he goes to sleep.c1986. Fear
Clifton, Lucille. EVERETT ANDERSON'S GOODBYE. Everett Anderson has a difficult time coming to terms with his grief after his father dies.c1983. Grief
Chodos-Irvine, Margaret. ELLA SARAH GETS DRESSED. Despite the advice of others in her family, Ella Sarah persists in wearing the striking and unusual outfit of her own choosing. c2003. Individuality
Cohn, Janice. I HAD A FRIEND NAMED PETER: TALKING TO CHILDREN ABOUT THE DEATH OF A FRIEND. When Betsy learns about the death of a friend, her parents and kindergarten teacher answer questions about dying, funerals, and the burial process.c1987. Grief
Cohen, Miriam. JIM'S DOG MUFFINS. When Jim's dog is killed, the other first graders experience with
him his natural reactions to death.c1984. Grief
Corey, Dorothy. WILL IT EVER BE MY BIRTHDAY? As the seasons pass and he attends his friends' birthday parties, Rabbit waits impatiently for his own birthday to come again.c1986. Envy, Jealousy
Couric, Katie. THE BLUE RIBBON DAY. When Carrie is disappointed not to make the school soccer team, she turns her attention to creating a science fair project. c2004. Disappointment
Cuyler, Margery. 100TH DAY WORRIES. Jessica worries about collecting 100 objects to take to class for the 100th day of school. c2000. Worry
Danneberg, Julie. FIRST DAY JITTERS. Sarah is afraid to start at a new school, but both she and the reader are in for a surprise when she gets to her class.c2001. Fear
Davis, Gibbs. KATY'S FIRST HAIRCUT. First-grader Katy begins to regret having her long hair cut short after she is mistaken for a boy. c1985. Embarrassment
De Paola, Tomie. NANA UPSTAIRS & NANA DOWNSTAIRS. A small boy enjoys his relationship with his grandmother and his great-grandmother, but he learns to face their inevitable death.c1973. Grief
Dragonwagon, Crescent. WIND ROSE. A mother tells her daughter of the love and tenderness that surrounded her conception and birth.c1976. Love
Duncan, Riana. WHEN EMILY WOKE UP ANGRY. Waking up in a bad mood, Emily imitates the angry movements of several animals until she meets a frog who jumps for jumps for joy.c1989. Anger
JPB Egan Egan, Tim. CHESTNUT COVE. When King Milford offers his entire kingdom to the person who can grow the largest juiciest watermelon, the inhabitants of Chestnut Cove become selfish and stop helping each other.c1995. Selfishness
Erickson, Karen. I WAS SO MAD. A toddler learns to deal with feelings of extreme anger.c1987. Anger
Farber, Werner. THE NIGHT LION. Afraid of the pirates in her dark room at bedtime, Laura calls on her toy lion but finds he is not very much help.c1991. Fear
Fassler, Joan. MY GRANDPA DIED TODAY. A little boy tries to understand and accept the death of his grandfather.c1971. Grief
Fatio, Louise. THE HAPPY LION ROARS. The Happy Lion is extremely unhappy because he is lonesome, so when a circus comes around and he sees the Beautiful Lioness, he brings her back to the zoo with him.c1954. Loneliness
Fearnley, Jan. BILLY TIBBLES MOVES OUT! When his little brother Eric moves into his room, Billy Tibbles the cat and his family learn some of the good and bad things about sharing.c2004. Sharing
Fitzpatrick, Marie-Louise. LIZZY AND SKUNK. When Lizzy's favorite puppet is lost, she overcomes her fears to find him. c2000. Fear
Frame, Jeron Ashford. YESTERDAY I HAD THE BLUES. A young boy ponders a variety of emotions and how different members of his family experience them, from his own blues to his father's grays and his grandmother's yellows. c2003.
Freeman, Don. CORDUROY. A toy bear in a department store wants a number of things, but when a little girl wanted most of all.c1968. Love
Gackenbach, Dick. HARRY AND THE TERRIBLE WHATZIT. When his mother goes to the cellar and doesn't return right away, Harry goes down to search for her and confronts the terrible two-headed Whatzit.c1977. Fear
Gantos, Jack. ROTTEN RALPH'S ROTTEN CHRISTMAS. Rotten Ralph, the cat, is not at all nice to the Christmas visitor.c1984. Envy, Jealousy
Seuss, Dr. MY MANY COLORED DAYS. This rhyming story describes each day in terms of a particular color which in turn is associated with specific emotions.c1996.
Geisert, Arthur. LIGHTS OUT. Told by his parents that his light must be out at eight o'clock, a young piglet who is afraid of the dark devises an ingenious solution to the problem. c2005. Fear
Goode, Diane. I HEAR A NOISE. A little boy, hearing noises at his window at bedtime, calls for his mother. His worst fears are realized, but he learns that monsters have mothers too.c1988. Fear
Hann, Jacquie. CRYBABY. A child starts to cry after a disagreement with his mother and has difficulty stopping.c1979. Sadness
Hanson, Joan. I WON'T BE AFRAID. A young boy imagines how it will be when he's six and not afraid of the many fearsome things that bother him now.1974. Fear
Henkes, Kevin. WEMBERLY WORRIED. A mouse named Wemberly, who worries about everything, finds that she has a whole list of things to worry about when she faces the first day of nursery school. c2000. Worry
Harris, Robie H. GOODBYE MOUSIE. A boy grieves for his dead pet Mousie, helps to bury him, and begins to come to terms with his loss. c2001. Grief
Hautzig, Deborah. WHY ARE YOU SO MEAN TO ME? When his schoolmates laugh at him for not being able to hit the ball in a baseball game, Grover is so upset that he is mean to his friend Big Bird.c1986. Ridicule
Havill, Juanita. JAMAICA AND BRIANNA. Jamaica hates wearing hand-me-down boots when her friend Brianna has pink fuzzy ones.c1993. Envy, Jealousy
Hazen, Barbara Shook. THE KNIGHT WHO WAS AFRAID OF THE DARK. When the castle bully discovers bold Sir Fred is secretly terrified of the dark, he tries to stir up trouble between that brave Knight and his Lady Wendylyn.c1989. Fear
Hazen, Barbara Shook. VERY SHY. A very shy little girl, by getting up the courage to speak to a new boy at school, takes the first step toward overcoming her.c1982. Shyness
Heymans, Annemie. THE PRINCESS IN THE KITCHEN GARDEN. As their father becomes more absorbed in his work, Matthew and his sister Hannah come to terms with their mother's death in very unusual ways.c1993. Grief
Hess, Debra. WILSON SAT ALONE. A little boy always does everything alone and never with his classmates until a new girl comes to school.c1994. Loneliness
Hill, Eric. PUPPY LOVE. Brief text and illustrations depict the unconditional love that only a puppy can give.1982. Love
Hoff, Syd,. A WALK PAST ELLEN'S HOUSE. Harvey wants to walk past a special girl's house but he's afraid the other boys will laugh.c1973. Fear
Hubbard, Woodleigh. WHOA, JEALOUSY. Jealousy, envy, greed, and rivalry come into a person's life in the forms of various animals and all kinds of bad things happen. c2002. Jealousy
Hughes, Shirley. MOVING MOLLY. Molly is lonely after her family's move from the city to the country, but she adjusts with the help of her new next-door neighbors.c1978,1979. Loneliness
Jackson, Ellen B. SOMETIMES BAD THINGS HAPPEN. Mentions some of the bad things that happen in the world and presents some positive ways to respond to them. c2002. Stress
Jones, Rebecca C. THE BIGGEST, MEANEST, UGLIEST DOG IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD. Jonathan is terrified of the dog next door, until one day he throws his ball at it in defense and their relationship changes.c1982. Fear
Joosse, Barbara M. DINAH'S MAD, BAD WISHES. Dinah wishes horrible things for her mother when the two have a fight.c1989. Anger
Joosse, Barbara M. MAMA, DO YOU LOVE ME? A child living in the Arctic learns that a mother's love is unconditional.c1991. Love
Joosse, Barbara M. NUGGET AND DARLING. Nell has to deal with her dog Nugget's reaction when a kitten appears on the scene. c1997. Jealousy
Khan, Rukhsana. RULER OF THE COURTYARD. After confronting what she believes to be a snake in the bathhouse, Saba finds the courage to overcome her fear of the chickens in the courtyard. c2003. Fear
Kantrowitz, Mildred. WHEN VIOLET DIED. Saddened by her pet's death, Eva suddenly thinks of a way to make life go on forever.c1973. Grief
Kasza, Keiko. A MOTHER FOR CHOCO A lonely little bird named Choco goes in search of a mother.c1992. Love
Keller, Holly. GOODBYE, MAX. Ben blames his parents for the death of his dog, Max, and does not want the new puppy they brought home.c1987. Sadness
Kellogg, Steven. BEST FRIENDS. Kathy feels lonely and betrayed when her best friend goes away for the summer and has a wonderful time.c1986. Envy, Jealousy
Phyllis Forbes. BUMBLE CAT : HOW SHE CAME TO BE. Catherine, a kitten who is afraid of everything is stung by a large bee and feels herself transformed into Bumble Cat, a fearless heroine with supper powers.c1985. Fear
Khalsa, Dayal Kaur. HOW PIZZA CAME TO QUEENS. An Italian visitor to Queens bemoans the unavailability of pizza until some thoughtful girls enable her to make some.c1989. Loneliness
Kraus, Robert. LITTLE LOUIE THE BABY BLOOMER. Leo the tiger worries and wonders why his little brother can't do anything right, but his parents encourage Leo to be patient.c1998. Patience
Kroll, Steven. THAT MAKES ME MAD! Uses comic scenes to present situations that can anger young children such as "wanting to help and not being allowed" and "trying hard to do something right and it comes out wrong."c2002. Anger
Lachner, Dorothea.. ANDREW'S ANGRY WORDS. When his sister trips and sends all his toys flying, Andrew lets loose a lot of nasty angry words that start to spread from person to person creating trouble wherever they go.c1995. Anger
Lalli, Judy. FEELINGS ALPHABET: AN ALBUM OF EMOTIONS FROM A TO Z. Each letter of the alphabet is represented by a captioned photograph illustrating a different feeling or emotion.c1984.
Layton, Neal. THE SUNDAY BLUES. Even while he is enjoying Sunday, Steve spends the day worrying about going to school on Monday, until the next morning when he decides that maybe school is not so bad. c2002. Worry
Lester, Helen. HURTY FEELINGS. It looks like trouble when Fragility, a hippopotamus whose feelings are easily hurt, meets Rudy, a rude elephant, on the soccer field. c2004.
Lewin, Hugh. JAFTA. Jafta describes some of his everyday feelings by comparing his actions to those of various African animals.c1983,1981.
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Mayer, Mercer. THERE'S A NIGHTMARE IN MY CLOSET.c1968. Fear
Mayer, Mercer. THERE'S SOMETHING IN MY ATTIC. Convinced there is something making noise in the attic at night, a brave little girl sneaks up the stairs, lasso in hand, to capture whatever it is.c1988. Fear
Mayne, William. LADY MUCK. Sowk and Boark, two greedy pigs, plot to become rich from the sale of the truffles they have found in the woods, but their greed proves to be their undoing.c1997. Greed
McCully, Emily Arnold. MIRETTE ON THE HIGH WIRE. Mirette learns tightrope walking from Monsieur Bellini, a guest in her mother's boarding house, not knowing that he is a celebrated tightrope artist who has withdrawn from performing because of fear.c1992. Fear
McGhee, Alison. COUNTDOWN TO KINDERGARTEN. Ten days before the start of kindergarten, a preschooler can not tie her shoes by herself and fears the worst. c2002.
Morey, Kathleen. OTTO SHARES A HUG AND A KISS. Whether one is feeling fine, or something is amiss, there is joy to be found in a hug and a kiss.c1983. Love
Morey, Kathleen. OTTO SHARES A TEAR.c1984. Sadness
Murphy, Joanne Brisson. FEELINGS.c1985.
Nash, Ogden. THE ADVENTURES OF ISABEL. The feisty Isabel defeats giants, witches, and other threatening creatures with ease.c1991. Fear
Newman, Marjorie. MOLE AND THE BABY BIRD. Mole rescues a baby bird, cares for it, and loves it, until the
day he realizes it is because he loves it that he must set it free. c2002. Love
Ormerod, Jan. IF YOU'RE HAPPY AND YOU KNOW IT! A little girl and various animals sing their own versions of this popular rhyme. c2003.
Paschkis, Julie. SO HAPPY; SO SAD. One half of the book presents such happy animals as a parading peacock and a giddy goat, while the other half shows such sad creatures as a pouting porcupine and a crying crocodile.c1995.
Peet, Bill. THE LUCKIEST ONE OF ALL. Wishing to be a bird, a little boy learns that there are benefits and drawbacks to every condition and that being a little boy may be the best of all.c1982. Envy
Penn, Audrey. A POCKET FULL OF KISSES. Chester Raccoon is worried that his mother does not have enough love for both him and his new baby brother. c2004.
Pfister, Marcus. THE RAINBOW FISH. The most beautiful fish in the entire ocean discovers the real value of personal beauty and friendship.c1999. Loneliness
Pittman, Helena Clare. ONCE WHEN I WAS SCARED. Grandfather tells how, when he was a child, he coped with fear during a journey alone through a dark wood to get hot coals to heat the family cabin.c1988. Fear
Polacco, Patricia. THUNDER CAKE. Grandma finds a way to dispel her grandchild's fear of thunderstorms.c1990. Fear
Raschka, Christopher. LIKE LIKES LIKE. Two cats fall in love in a rose garden. c1999. Love
Reynolds, Peter. THE DOT. Vashti believes that she cannot draw, but her art teacher's encouragement leads her to change her mind. c2003. Confidence
Riecken, Nancy. ANDREW'S OWN PLACE. A young boy becomes worried when his daily routine is upset by the family's trip to the woods. c1993, Fear
Robberecht, Thierry. STOLEN SMILE. Sophie's smile has disappeared because of her schoolmate Willard's snickering, but her smile may return if it's true that Willard teases her because he likes her. c2002. Smile, Teasing
Robison, Deborah. NO ELEPHANTS ALLOWED. Justin must think of a way to get rid of the elephants that bother him in his room each night.c1981. Fear
Rumford, James. NINE ANIMALS AND THE WELL. A fable about a group of animals which strives to bring the perfect present to the Indian raja-king's birthday party. Discusses how the numerals we use originated in India.c2003. Pride, Vanity.
Shannon, George. TIPPY-TOE, CHICK GO! When a mean dog blocks the path to the garden where a delicious breakfast awaits, Little Chick shows her family how brave and clever she is. c2003. Courage
Sharmat, Marjorie Weinman. FRIZZY THE FEARFUL. Frizzy Tiger is afraid of almost everything until he finds his friend Nova Cat in a really scary situation.c1983. Fear
Sharmat, Marjorie Weinman. SAY HELLO, VANESSA. Vanessa Mouse seems too shy to make any friends.c1979. Shyness
Simon, Norma. HOW DO I FEEL.c1970.
Skurzynski, Gloria. MARTIN BY HIMSELF. Martin doesn't like coming home to an empty house when his mother goes back to work.c1979. Loneliness
Smith, Wendy. THE LONELY, ONLY MOUSE. A mouse who longs for a brother finds out how good life is as an only child when Cousin Charlie comes to visit.c1986. Loneliness
Spelman, Cornelia. WHEN I FEEL JEALOUS. A young bear describes situations that make her jealous, how it feels to be jealous, and how she can feel better. Includes a note to parents and teachers. c2003. Jealousy
Steig, William. SPINKY SULKS.c1988. Obstinacy
Stevenson, James. WHAT'S UNDER MY BED? Grandpa tells his two young houseguests a story about his own childhood when he was scared at bedtime.c1983. Fear
Szilagyi, Mary. THUNDERSTORM. A little girl is comforted by her mother during a thunderstorm and she in turn comforts the family dog.c1985. Fear
Tapio, Pat Decker. THE LADY WHO SAW THE GOOD SIDE OF EVERYTHING. A woman's blithe spirit never wavers, despite the growing disasters that sweep her and her cat from their comfortable home and carry them half-way around the world.c1975. Happiness
Thomas, Jane Resh. SAYING GOOD-BYE TO GRANDMA. Seven-year-old Suzie is curious and fearful about what Grandma's funeral will be like.c1988. Grief
Titherington, Jeanne. A PLACE FOR BEN. When his baby brother is moved into his bedroom, Ben goes elsewhere in search of a place of his own but finds himself longing for company of some kind.c1987. Loneliness
Udry, Janice May. LET'S BE ENEMIES.c1961. Anger
Vail, Rachel. SOMETIMES I'M BOMBALOO. When Katie Honors feels angry and out of control, her mother helps her to be herself again. 2002.Anger
Viorst, Judith. THE TENTH GOOD THING ABOUT BARNEY. In an attempt to overcome his grief, a boy tries to think of the ten best things about his dead cat.c1971. Grief
Waber, Bernard. GINA. When Gina moves to a new apartment building, she discovers that there are plenty of boys but no girls her own age to play with.c1995. Loneliness
Waber, Bernard. LYLE AND THE BIRTHDAY PARTY. Lyle the crocodile is admitted to the children's ward in a hospital where he becomes jealous at a birthday party.c1966. Envy, Jealousy
Waddell, Martin. CAN'T YOU SLEEP, LITTLE BEAR? When bedtime comes Little Bear is afraid of the dark, until Big Bear brings him lights and love.1992. Fear
Wallace, Ian. CHIN CHIANG AND THE DRAGON'S DANCE. Chin Chiang has long dreamed of dancing the dragon's dance, but when the first day of the Year of the Dragon arrives and he is to dance with his grandfather, he is sure he will shame his family and bring bad luck to everyone.c1984. Fear
Wells, Rosemary. SHY CHARLES. Being painfully timid and shy does not keep a young mouse from rescuing his babysitter in an emergency situation, although after becoming a hero he still says zero.c1988. Shyness
Weston, Martha. TUCK IN THE POOL. Tuck, a little pig taking swimming lessons, overcomes his fear of the water with the help of his lucky rubber spider.c1995. Fear
Wilhelm, Hans. LET'S BE FRIENDS AGAIN! A boy overcomes his anger and learns to forgive his sister for setting his pet turtle free.c1986. Anger
Williams, Linda. THE LITTLE OLD LADY WHO WAS NOT AFRAID OF ANYTHING. A little old lady who is not afraid of anything must deal with a pumpkin head, a tall black hat, and other spooky objects that follow her through the dark woods trying to scare her.c1986. Fear
Wright, Dare. THE LONELY DOLL. The story of a doll named Edith who had no one to play with and was very lonely.c1957. Loneliness
Ziefert, Harriet. GOOD NIGHT, LEWIS! Mama finally figures out that Lewis doesn't like to go to bed because he's afraid in the dark.c1986. Fear
Zolotow, Charlotte. THE HATING BOOK. A little girl knew her friend hated her but she didn't know why until she finally got up courage to ask why they were being so rotten to each other.c1969. Hate
Zolotow, Charlotte. IT'S NOT FAIR. It's not fair that everything about my friend Martha's life is the way I wish my life were--though she tells me she prefers mine.c1976. Envy, Jealousy
Zolotow, Charlotte. MY GRANDSON LEW. Together Lewis and his mother remember Grandpa, who used to come in the night when Lewis called.c1974. Grief
Zolotow, Charlotte. THE QUARRELING BOOK.c1963. Quarreling
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Bernstein, Joanne E. WHEN PEOPLE DIE. Explains in simple terms the reasons for death, theories on afterlife, burial practices, grief, and the naturalness of death in the chain of life.c1977. Grief
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Simon, Norma. I WAS SO MAD! Text and pictures relate situations which sometimes result in such reactions as frustration, anxiety, humiliation, and loss of control.  Anger
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Stein, Sara Bonnett. ABOUT DYING: AN OPEN FAMILY BOOK FOR PARENTS AND CHILDREN TOGETHER.c1974. Fear, Sadness
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Odor, Ruth Shannon. GLAD. A child talks about all the things that make her glad and what a good feeling it is.c1980.
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Riley, Susan. ANGRY. A child explains what angers him and how he sometimes angers other people.c1978. Anger
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Riley, Susan. I'M SORRY. Identifies occasions when one may "feel sorry," such as being late, illness, and spilling milk.c1978.
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Tester, Sylvia Root. SAD. A child talks about how she feels when her pet dog dies and about other times when people are sad.c1980.
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Tester, Sylvia Root. JEALOUS. A child talks about how it feels to be jealous and what can be done about it.c1980.
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Tester, Sylvia Root. FRUSTRATED. A child talks about how it feels to be frustrated and what she does about it.c1980.
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Lampen, John. THE PEACE KIT: EVERYDAY PEACE-MAKING FOR YOUNG PEOPLE. c1992.
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Roy, Jennifer Rozines. ROMANTIC BREAKUP: IT'S NOT THE END OF THE WORLD. Examines the issue of breaking up at the end of a romantic relationship, emphasizing that even when relationships end people can love again. c2000. Love
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Hutton, Warwick. BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. Through her great capacity to love, a kind and beautiful maid releases a handsome prince from the spell which has made him an ugly beast.c1985. Love
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Rappaport, Doreen. THE NEW KING. Young Prince Rakoto learns to cope with his father's death.c1995. Grief
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Heller, Janet Ruth. HOW THE MOON REGAINED HER SHAPE. After the sun insults her, the moon gets very upset and disappears, but with the help of her friends, the moon gains more self-confidence each day until she is back to her full size. c2006. Self-confidence
Bach, Alice. MILLICENT THE MAGNIFICENT. When Oliver becomes a pupil of Millicent, a circus bear, his brother Ronald decides to secretly teach himself the same tricks.c1978. Envy, Jealousy
Bauer, Marion Dane. FACE TO FACE : A NOVEL. Picked on at school by bullies, thirteen-year-old Michael confronts his fears during a trip to Colorado to see his father, who works as a whitewater rafting guide and whom Michael has not seen in eight years.c1991. Fear
Coville, Bruce. WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE'S HAMLET. Retells, in simplified prose, William Shakespeare's play about a prince of Denmark who seeks revenge for his father's murder. c2004. Revenge
Demi. THE ARTIST AND THE ARCHITECT. In ancient China a jealous artist plots to eliminate the favorite architect of the emperor.c1991. Jealousy
De Paola, Tomie. BOSS FOR A DAY. Moffie is ten minutes older than her twin brother, Morgie, and so he is always in charge, but when their mother says she is too bossy, Moffie decides to make Morgie boss for a day. c2002. Bossiness
Fox, Paula. RADIANCE DESCENDING. When he sees all the attention which his parents and people in the neighborhood give to Jacob, eleven-year-old Paul struggles with his feelings toward this younger brother who has Down syndrome.c1997. Jealousy
Fleischman, Paul. WHIRLIGIG. While traveling to each corner of the country to build a whirligig in memory of the girl whose death he causes, sixteen- year-old Brent finds forgiveness and atonement. c1998. Forgiveness
Hale, Shannon. PRINCESS ACADEMY. While attending a strict academy for potential princesses with the other girls from her mountain village, fourteen-year-old Miri discovers unexpected talents and connections to her homeland. c2005. Self-confidence
Hughes, Dean. THEO ZEPHYR. Brad's fantasies, in which an imaginary friend humiliates the bright athletic boy of whom Brad is extremely jealous, start coming true in a way he cannot control.c1987. Jealousy
Johnson, Angela. LOOKING FOR RED. A thirteen-year-old girl struggles to cope with the loss of her beloved older brother, who disappeared four months earlier off the coast of Cape Cod. c2002. Grief
Lankton, Stephen R. THE BLAMMO-SURPRISE! BOOK: A STORY TO HELP CHILDREN OVERCOME FEARS. c1988. Fear
Lindquist, Susan Hart. SUMMER SOLDIERS. After his father goes off to war during the summer of 1918, eleven-year-old Joe, along with his friends, contends with the town bullies and tries to figure out the meaning of courage. c1999. Courage
Ludwig, Trudy. JUST KIDDING. With help from his father, older brother, and teacher, D.J. learns how to handle a classmate who claims that his mean-spirited "teasing" is just a joke. c2005. Self-confidence
Martin, Jacqueline Briggs. GRANDMOTHER BRYANT'S POCKET. Suffering from nightmares after her dog is killed in a fire, a young girl in eighteenth-century Maine goes to live with her grandparents. c1996. Fear
Philbrick, W. R. THE YOUNG MAN AND THE SEA. After his mother's death, twelve-year-old Skiff Beaman decides that it is up to him to earn money to take care of himself and his father, so he undertakes a dangerous trip alone out on the ocean off the coast of Maine to try to catch a huge bluefin tuna. c2004. Grief
Perez, L. King. FIRST DAY IN GRAPES. When Chico starts the third grade after his migrant worker family moves to begin harvesting California grapes, he finds that self confidence and math skills help him cope with the first day of school. c2002. Self-confidence
Reiss, Mike. THE BOY WHO LOOKED LIKE LINCOLN. Eight-year-old Benjy, who is always being teased because he resembles Abraham Lincoln, learns to accept and appreciate his face when he attends a special summer camp. c2003. Teasing, Self-acceptance
Rosen, Michael. MICHAEL ROSEN'S SAD BOOK. A man tells about all the emotions that accompany his sadness over the death of his son, and how he tries to cope. c2005.
Schwiebert, Pat. TEAR SOUP: A RECIPE FOR HEALING AFTER LOSS. A modern-day fable, told in a richly illustrated children's book format, about a woman who has suffered a terrible loss. c2004. Grief, Bereavement
Sharmat, Marjorie Weinman. WHO'S AFRAID OF ERNESTINE? Cecil is afraid of his awesome classmate Ernestine, who makes firm attempts to get him over to her house for "surprises." c1986. Fear
Shusterman, Neal. THE SCHWA WAS HERE. A Brooklyn eighth-grader nicknamed Antsy befriends the Schwa, an "invisible-ish" boy who is tired of blending into his surroundings and going unnoticed by nearly everyone. c2004. Self-perception
Stauffacher, Sue. DONUTHEAD. Franklin Delano Donuthead, a fifth-grader obsessed with hygiene and safety, finds an unlikely friend and protector in Sarah Kervick, the tough new student who lives in a dirty trailer, bonds with his mother, and is as "irregular" as he is. c2003. Self-acceptance.
Ward, Helen. THE ROOSTER AND THE FOX. This is a story about an excessively vain rooster. Chanticleer's pride causes him to be outwitted and nearly done in by a particularly sly and cunning visitor to the farm. c2003. Pride, Vanity
Bianco, Margery Williams. VELVETEEN RABBIT. By the time the velveteen rabbit is dirty, worn out, and about to be burned, he has almost given up hope of ever finding the magic called Real. c196? Love
Yezerski, Thomas. TOGETHER IN PINECONE PATCH. A girl from Ireland and a boy from Poland overcome the prejudices held by the residents of the small American town to which they have emigrated.c1998. Love
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Pincus, Debbie. FEELING GOOD ABOUT YOURSELF: STRATEGIES TO GUIDE YOUNG PEOPLE TOWARD MORE POSITIVE, PERSONAL FEELINGS. An excellent resource for teachers to use with young people who want to learn how to manage their emotions and live happy. Good Apple, c1990.
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Silbert, Linda P. MY OWN BOOK OF FEELINGS. Little Twirps creative thinking workbook.c1976.
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Brett, Doris. ANNIE STORIES. Nine stories explore common childhood anxieties and fears about such subjects as nightmares, new babies, going to the hospital, starting school, sickness, divorce, and death.c1988.
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Freed, Alvyn M. T.A. FOR TEENS. Guides teenagers in building satisfying relationships with other people through transactional analysis.c1976.
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Freed, Alvyn M. T. A. FOR TOTS. Transactional analysis.c1980.
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PROMOTING SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL LEARNING: GUIDELINES FOR EDUCATORS. c1997.
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Vernon, Ann. THINKING, FEELING, BEHAVING: AN EMOTIONAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM FOR ADOLESCENTS. GRADES 7-12. c1989.
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Vernon, Ann. THINKING, FEELING, BEHAVING: AN EMOTIONAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM FOR CHILDREN. GRADES 1-6. c1989.
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HOW KIDS DEAL WITH LOVE, HATE, ANGER, FEAR: GET IN TOUCH WITH YOUR EMOTIONS. [videorecording] (32 min.) Kimbo Educational, 1987.Teacher/parent guide (7 p.) For ages 7-11. Identifies the feelings of love, hate, anger, and fear, and shows how each person reacts differently to his feelings. c1987.
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CRITICAL THINKING AND THE HUMAN EMOTIONS. [videorecording] (59 min.) [Center for Critical Thinking and Moral Critique] Discusses the role of emotions in learning. [c1991.]
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HOW WE'RE DIFFERENT AND ALIKE. [videorecording] (10 min.) + 1 teacher's The first part of the program discusses the biological and cultural reasons people are different from one another. People's similarities are discussed in the second part. c1994.
FEELINGS. [videorecording] (30 min) Lancit Media Productions.c1986, Sights and sounds of New York's Central Park provide the backdrop for LeVar's probe into the world of feelings.
WHEN SOPHIE GETS ANGRY-REALLY, REALLY ANGRY...[videorecording] (ca. 8 min.) Spoken Arts, c1999. A young girl is upset and doesn't know how to manage her anger but takes the time to cool off and regain her composure. c1999. Anger
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