Published by MascotDate Published: 7 January, 2020
Genres: Children's Fiction
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David is having a rough day...but his emotions are no match for his older sister Lily, who swoops in to save the day with some super skills! When Lily observes her brother feeling frustrated, sad, and irritable, she quickly shows him some helpful tips and tricks to help him feel better. And though David might not feel like jumping up and down for joy at that very minute, he soon learns that an improved mood is just a few actions away. Will Lily's super skills be enough to save the day? In My Sister's Super Skills, licensed children's counselor Lauren Mosback introduces various kid-friendly coping mechanisms that help manage emotions and promote positive social and emotional development, while highlighting the importance of an emotional growth-oriented mindset and healthy sibling relationships.
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It’s been some time since I read and reviewed a cute little children’s book so I was super excited to have the chance to review one. I was even more excited to see it was one to help young children cope with having frustrated emotions. I have two teenage sons now, but I would have loved to have had this book for them when they were younger. They often came home from school frustrated, or upset that someone was being a bully to them. This book is just what they would have needed! Each page has a wonderful technique being shared to help little ones cope with their emotional days. Each page has beautiful illustrations that are definitely eye catching for young and old alike! I definitely recommend this to all who have little ones in their life! Great job, Lauren Mosback!