The Little Unicorn books by French author Aurélie Chien Chow Chine are always a hit for kids. They help children identify feelings and teach them how to deal with them in an approachable way. Little Unicorn imagines a golden armor that gives him courage, and learns breathing exercises to help calm him down and face his fears. Great imagery and helpful tools for ages four and up! Recommended By Kim T., Powells.com
Synopses & Reviews
For fans of unicorns, Mr. Men, and Little Miss, this book in the How Do You Feel Today? series about coping with strong feelings offers tools to manage anxiety or fear of the dark--and integrates a breathing exercise right into the story.
A little unicorn's rainbow-colored mane is magic--it shifts to a single color when he's feeling a particularly strong emotion. At bedtime, he often is scared of the dark, and his mane turns bright green. But when he repeats a special three-step breathing exercise, his fear disappears and his rainbow returns--and if he ever feels scared again, he'll know just what to do.
With simple, accessible artwork and the universal character appeal of unicorns, each How Do You Feel Today? story allows children and caregivers to talk about and work through specific moods.
Other HOW DO YOU FEEL TODAY books you will enjoy: Little Unicorn is ScaredLittle Unicorn is Sad--Coming January 2019Little Unicorn is Shy--Coming January 2019