“Children and adults will love these gentle, empowering books.”

-Dr. Stephen R. Covey, New York Times and #1 Wall Street Journal best-selling author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

“Fills a demand for simple, straightforward books promoting social skills and attitudes helpful to preschool and primary-grade children.” 


“It would be wonderful if these and the other lovely books in the ‘Learning to Get Along’ series could be dropped from the air by the thousands over every city and town throughout the world.”

Catholic Parent Magazine

“These books are simply written and will empower students to turn around bad days. Affirming statements… are accompanied by large, cheerful illustrations that are perfect for prompting discussion… The books conclude with numerous questions parents and teachers can ask to encourage additional reflection as well as worthwhile hands-on activities.”

–School Library Journal

“These books focus on positive thinking and assertive, kind behavior that can bolster children’s mental health, their relationships, and their performance in school. An exciting tool for empowering children to live their best lives.”

-Sean Covey, best selling author of The 7 Habits of Happy Kids

“…teaches children that they will be faced with times where they will have personal opinions that differ from someone else’s, but the real test in life comes in how they handle the situation.”


“An excellent means of educating children about a wide variety of social situations and expectations.” 

—Mary Jane Weiss, Ph.D., Director, Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center, Rutgers University

“A good choice for teachers seeking books that reinforce familiar classroom messages.”


“Easy reads with child-friendly illustrations and easy-to-understand examples of real life situations.”

–Skipping Stones: A Multicultural Children’s Magazines

“Thoughtful, sensitive, comforting…an outstanding resource.” 

Glenn R. Schiraldi, PhD

“Contains lessons on generosity and patience presented in an engaging voice..”

— Portland Skanner, May 14, 2003

“Positive, gentle messages are given without preaching.” 

—Library Media Connection

“Surely needed…. I heartily applaud this important series.”

Jay A. Monson, Ph.D., Professor of Elementary Education, Utah State University

“Useful resources for parents, teachers, and counselors.” 

—School Library Journal

“Cool Down and Work Through Anger is highly recommended for kids ages 4–8 who have anger management issues or concerns.”

Midwest Book Review, Children’s Bookwatch: Reviewer’s Choice