List of books that promote social and emotional skills

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Children’s Books for Teaching Social and Emotional Skills

  •  Can You Be a Friend?, by Nita Everly
  •  Care Bears Caring Contest, by Nancy Parent, illus. by  David Stein
  •  Fox Makes Friends, by Adam Relf
  •  How Do Dinosaurs Play with Their Friends?, by Jane Yolen and Mark Teague
  •  How I Feel Frustrated, by Marcia Leonard
  •  I Can Do It Myself (a Sesame Street Series), by Emily Perl Kingsley, illus. by Richard Brown
  •  I’m in Charge of Me!, by David Parker, illus. by Sylvia Walker
  •  Mouse Was Mad, by Linda Urban, illus. by Henry Cole
  •  My Many Colored Days, by Dr. Seuss, illus. by Steve Johnson and Lou Fancher
  •  Sharing: How Kindness Grows, by Fran Shaw, illus. by Miki Sakamoto
  •  When I’m Feeling Sad, by Trace Moroney
  •  When Sophie Gets Angry—Really, Really Angry, by Molly Bang

source: https://www.naeyc.org/resources/pubs/yc/mar2018/promoting-social-and-emotional-health