This series looks at child-centred social issues such as lying, bullying, stealing and feeling frightened. Tittles include :
Don't Get Angry, Annie
Doing the right thing isn't always easy! Like all children, Annie sometimes gets really, really angry! For example, if a picture she's drawing isn't just right, or if her mum won't let her have a cookie when it's just before dinner time, or if her brother won't play the way she wants to... How can she stay calm?
Don't Be Sad, Sam
Doing the right thing isn't always easy! Like all children, Sam sometimes feels sad and he doesn't know how to make himself feel better. For example, if he drops a plate by accident, if a pet dies, if a friend moves away, or if he can't find anyone to play with in the playground. But how can he not feel so sad?
No Hitting, Henry : Don't Hurt
Children will follow Henry as he deals with his feelings of anger and his bad habit of hitting through various situations involving friends and family. His big brother Ben cheats at hide-and-seek. A group of children playing in the park leave him out of their game. His father asks him to behave while they shop. Readers are given a description of the situation, three choices, the action chosen by the character, and consequences of that choice. The interactive question-and-answer approach engages the reader in real-life situations while the charming, colourful illustrations keep the tone of the book whimsical and playful.
Don't Play Dirty, Gertie : Be Fair
This title explores the story of one child who faces dilemmas about different social situations, the choices he or she makes and the consequences of those choices
Come Clean, Carlos Tell the Truth
Like all children, Carlos sometimes does things that are wrong, and doesn't come clean. He has lots of choices to make - but which are the truthful ones?
Wait Your Turn, Tilly
Like all children, Tilly wants to do everything right now, and sometimes she just can't wait! She has lot's of choices to make - but which are the patient ones?