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Books in Behavior Matters series

  • Hippo Owns Up

    Sue Graves, Trevor Dunton

    Paperback (Windmill Books, Aug. 15, 2016)
    ItÂ’s a sign of strong character to own up to what youÂ’ve done. Telling the truth isnÂ’t always easy, but itÂ’s the right thing to do. In this entertaining fictional story, Hippo discovers the importance of being truthful, teaching young readers a lesson in values and virtues. This relatable story is followed by questions designed to allow readers to think more deeply about the text and apply it to their own lives. Charming illustrations fill each page as readers explore the colorful world of Hippo, his friends, and the lessons they learn.
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  • Tiger Has a Tantrum

    Sue Graves, Trevor Dunton

    Library Binding (Windmill Books, Aug. 15, 2016)
    Its never nice to throw a tantrum, not even if youre a tiger. Through this charming fictional story, readers learn how to handle anger in a healthy way. Accessible text allows readers to explore important character-building concepts, including understanding emotions and owning up to bad behavior. Colorful illustrations add fun details to this engaging story. Detailed follow-up questions are included to facilitate helpful discussions after reading. What are better ways than throwing a tantrum to deal with angry feelings? Tiger will help readers find the answer.
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  • Monkey Needs to Listen

    Sue Graves, Trevor Dunton

    Paperback (Windmill Books, Aug. 15, 2016)
    While building a go-kart for racing, Monkey doesn't listen to instructions, causing him to crash during the race.
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  • Lion Is Worried

    Sue Graves, Trevor Dunton

    Library Binding (Windmill Books, Aug. 15, 2016)
    ItÂ’s normal to feel worried sometimes, but itÂ’s good to recognize when our worries keep us from enjoying fun experiences. Readers discover this valuable life lesson as they learn along with Lion, whose worries nearly ruin his field trip to an amusement park. Age-appropriate text allows young readers to learn for themselves how to deal with feeling worried in a healthy way. Questions are also included to help readers relate the content of LionÂ’s story to their own lives. Each page is filled with colorful illustrations of fun animal characters, creating a reading experience children are sure to enjoy.
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  • Tiger Has a Tantrum

    Sue Graves, Trevor Dunton

    Paperback (Windmill Books, Aug. 15, 2016)
    Its never nice to throw a tantrum, not even if youre a tiger. Through this charming fictional story, readers learn how to handle anger in a healthy way. Accessible text allows readers to explore important character-building concepts, including understanding emotions and owning up to bad behavior. Colorful illustrations add fun details to this engaging story. Detailed follow-up questions are included to facilitate helpful discussions after reading. What are better ways than throwing a tantrum to deal with angry feelings? Tiger will help readers find the answer.
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  • Monkey Needs to Listen

    Sue Graves, Trevor Dunton

    Library Binding (Windmill Books, Aug. 15, 2016)
    Listening is an important skill, and readers will discover why itÂ’s so important when they learn along with Monkey. When Monkey doesnÂ’t listen to the instructions before the big go-kart race, he nearly ruins the race for everyone. This engaging fictional story teaches readers the value of paying attention and listening. Vibrant illustrations capture the spirit of this exciting story and its cute animal characters. After readers finish their journey through the age-appropriate text, they can be asked questions to facilitate further discussion. These questions are included to provide a guide through this character-building narrative for adults and young readers.
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  • Lion Is Worried

    Sue Graves, Trevor Dunton

    Paperback (Windmill Books, Aug. 15, 2016)
    Lion worries about everything, including his upcoming class trip to an amusement park, but his teacher shows him that by stopping and taking a deep breath, he can overcome these feelings.
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  • Elephant Learns to Share

    Sue Graves, Trevor Dunton

    Library Binding (Windmill Books, Aug. 15, 2016)
    Elephant doesnÂ’t like to share, but he learns itÂ’s not always fun to play by himself. This fictional story teaches young readers the value of sharing in a relatable and engaging way. The story of Elephant and his struggles with sharing is told through accessible text and vibrant illustrations. Questions are provided to facilitate further discussion about the story and its character-building themes. ItÂ’s not always easy to share, but readers will discover why itÂ’s important and fun as they follow along with Elephant.
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  • Giraffe Is Left Out

    Sue Graves, Trevor Dunton

    Library Binding (Windmill Books, Aug. 15, 2016)
    Feeling bullied is a common concern among young people. Readers will discover constructive ways to deal with feeling left out and bullied as they explore what happens when both Giraffe and Leopard exclude each other. This relatable fictional story told through entertaining animal characters is meant to help readers discover healthy ways to handle their feelings. Bright illustrations provide a fun twist on a common character-building narrative. Questions for further discussion allow readers to process what theyÂ’ve learned and how it relates to their own lives.
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  • Giraffe Is Left Out

    Sue Graves, Trevor Dunton

    Paperback (Windmill Books, Aug. 15, 2016)
    After refusing to befriend Leopard, the new animal in school, Giraffe feels alienated when he is not invited to Leopard's birthday party.
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  • Elephant Learns to Share

    Sue Graves, Trevor Dunton

    Paperback (Windmill Books, Aug. 15, 2016)
    Elephant doesnt like to share, but he learns its not always fun to play by himself. This fictional story teaches young readers the value of sharing in a relatable and engaging way. The story of Elephant and his struggles with sharing is told through accessible text and vibrant illustrations. Questions are provided to facilitate further discussion about the story and its character-building themes. Its not always easy to share, but readers will discover why its important and fun as they follow along with Elephant.
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  • Behaviour Matters: Hippo Owns Up - A book about telling the truth

    Sue Graves, Trevor Dunton

    Hardcover (Franklin Watts Ltd, )
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