Weekly Roundup: Best Kid to Kid Guides on Tough Topics! 2/4 – 2/10

award-winning children' books

This week’s Roundup of Mom’s Choice Award winners features kid to kid guides on dealing with divorce, learning about private parts and living a healthy lifestyle! All of these award-winning books are valuable resources for families, therapists, school personnel, and other professionals who work with children on the topics. Be sure to scroll through the entire list so you don’t miss any of our new award-winners! All the items you see below won a Mom’s Choice Award during February 4, 2018 to February 10, 2018.

Every week companies, inventors, and publishers from around the world send us their products for evaluation. Only the best earn our designation.

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Award-Winning Children's book — When Your Parents Divorce - a kid to kid guide to dealing with divorce

When Your Parents Divorce – a kid to kid guide to dealing with divorce
Written by Kimberly King; Illustrated by Julissa Mora; Edited by John Koehler

Divorce can be a traumatic experience for children, but parents can do a lot to help ease stress and uncertainty. When Your Parents Divorce is an effective tool that parents can use to help children with questions and concerns that arise during this difficult and stressful time. Told from a child’s perspective, using clear and kid-friendly language, When Your Parents Divorce will help you and your children adjust to divorce in a positive, cooperative and supportive way.

At the end of the story is an interactive journal for children can write about their feelings and learn techniques to cope with this difficult family transition.

Children’s Picture Books:
Family Life

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I Said No! A kid-to-kid guide to keeping private parts private
Written by Kimberly King, Zack King; Illustrated by Sue Rama; Edited by Sue Rama

Helping kids set healthy boundaries for their private parts can be a daunting and awkward task for parents, counselors and educators. Written from a kid s point of view, I Said No! makes this task a lot easier.

To help Zack cope with a real-life experience he had with a friend, he and his mom wrote a book to help prepare other kids to deal with a range of problematic situations. I Said No! uses kid-friendly language and illustrations to help parents and concerned adults give kids guidance they can understand, practice and use.

Children’s Picture Books:
Health & Safety

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Award-Winning Children's book — I Said No! A kid-to-kid guide to keeping private parts private
Award-Winning Children's book — Finding Your Fit - A kid to kid guide to fitness, food, and feelings

Finding Your Fit – A kid to kid guide to fitness, food, and feelings
Written by Kimberly King, Gabby King; Illustrated by Darcey Shumaker; Edited by John Koehler

The story line of Finding Your Fit is engaging and defines basic terminology in a way that is easy to comprehend for children. Children identify with the main character Gabby, as she learns to live a healthy lifestyle and develop positive self-esteem. Woven through the story are talking points and reflective journaling writing opportunities where children can express their thoughts and emotions, while parents can keep gather valuable information through this form of communication. Finding Your Fit opens the lines of communication and support that children are often lacking as they begin to develop self-esteem and identity.

Children’s Picture Books:
Body, Mind & Spirit

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14 Comments on “Weekly Roundup: Best Kid to Kid Guides on Tough Topics! 2/4 – 2/10”

  1. These books are invaluable. I will be getting my hands on them to personally read with my child. Also if my local library does not already have them in circulation, I will be recommending them as a suggested purchase to add to their shelves. Thank you!

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