The latest installment in The Mother Company’s award-winning “MILES” series, Miles Is The Boss Of His Body is a fun, engaging way to explore the potentially difficult topic of kids’ personal safety. On his 6th birthday, Miles’ excitement is dimmed when he finds himself being pinched, noogied, hugged too tight, picked up and tickled by his well-intentioned family and decides he’s had enough! When Miles decrees that he is the “Boss of his body,” his whole family expresses support and respect for his personal boundaries. In a colorful, comic-book style, young kids will laugh while learning this potentially life-saving concept that can benefit them for years to come.
With a refreshingly empowering approach, A Little Book About Safety tackles the tough topic of kids’ personal safety in a gentle, memorable way. When adorable little Hugo Hippo heads out for a day of fun with his family at The Happy Herd Community Pool, he is confronted by all sorts of opportunities to make choices about his own safety. He learns to trust his own “Uh‑Oh Feeling” when something feels too scary; he remembers to “Check First” with a safe adult before going anywhere unexpected; and he learns exactly what to do in case he gets lost. In this colorful story full of lovable characters and relatable situations, young kids will absorb essential tools and tips to keep themselves safe.
Winner of the 2013 Academics Choice Award. When Miles’ little brother accidentally breaks his favorite toy, Miles gets MAD. As his anger swells, he catches sight of himself in the mirror – but instead of his own reflection, a furry red monster stares back at him! By encouraging Miles to use his words to express his anger, the Mad Monster helps Miles move through this big emotion to calm himself. When Miles’ little brother accidentally breaks his favorite toy, Miles gets MAD. As his anger swells, he catches sight of himself in the mirror – but instead of his own reflection, a furry red monster stares back at him! By encouraging Miles to use his words to express his anger, the Mad Monster helps Miles move through this big emotion to calm himself.
An inspiring story of one brave voice that creates positive change for all. On his first day of school, Seth (the Soccer Ball) enters the gym excited to meet all the other balls, bats, jump ropes, and tennis rackets in his new school. But he quickly crosses paths with Buster (the Bowling Ball) and becomes aware that all the other kids let Buster knock them down. Seth encourages the group to work as a team and take a stand! Through this creative, fun, and inspirational book, children will learn the importance of being that one brave voice to create positive change for all.
Sweet little Casey Caterpillar feels left out when Lucy Ladybug and Bette Bumblebee play “Air Acrobatics” because Casey doesn’t yet have wings! When Mentor Bailey Butterfly encourages Casey to share how she feels, the whole gang learns an important lesson about empathy.
Gently explores how to make, keep and nurture lasting friendships with hand-crafted characters and knit backgrounds. Louie (the lamb) and Lionel (the lion) explore the ups-and-downs of a new friendship as this unlikely pair overcomes their differences for a fun afternoon at the playground. Part of an award-winning children’s series – “Ruby’s Studio” - soon to be featured on National TV. Helps children learn essential social skills and navigate social situations that are new to them. Appeals to mothers of young children, those in education, and those who work with children on a spectrum