Browse by tag: co-operation


Christopher Nibble
Author: Charlotte Middleton
Illustrator: Charlotte Middleton
How this book may help: This book is a great way to introduce the 'green' issue of food sustainability in a very child-friendly way. It also promotes sharing and co-operation.
Christopher Nibble is a hamster who had one thing he loved more than football: eating dandelion... read more

Tags: co-operation, environment, sharing

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Sharing a Shell
Author: Julia Donaldson
Illustrator: Lydia Monks
How this book may help: Encouraging sharing and co-operation.
A Hermit Crab finds his very own shell, only to discover that it already comes with an Anemone... read more

Tags: co-operation, sharing

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Looking after Louis
Author: Lesley Ely
Illustrator: Polly Dunbar
How this book may help: Explaining to young children how autism can affect behaviour and promoting tolerance and understanding of others.
Beautiful contemporary illustrations accompany this tale of friendship, empathy and understanding.... read more

Tags: emotions, disability, co-operation, behaviour, autism

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This is Our House
Author: Michael Rosen
Illustrator: Bob Graham
How this book may help: Promoting tolerance, co-operation and acceptance. Celebrating diversity.
The story is set in an urban environment, in a playground surrounded by high-rise buildings. All... read more

Tags: co-operation, bullying, being different, diversity, prejudice, rudeness, sharing, tantrums

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The Girl with the Bird's-nest Hair
Author: Sarah Dyer
Illustrator: Sarah Dyer
How this book may help: A cautionary tale which may encourage a child who is reluctant to brush or comb their hair to do so without a struggle!
Publisher's summary: "A delightful cautionary tale about hairbrushing as one girl’s love of birds becomes something of..." read more

Tags: co-operation, hair

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Tinysaurus
Author: Sheryl Webster
Illustrator: Jan Fearnley
How this book may help: May help a child who is feeling fed up about being the youngest and not being able to do some of the things an older sister or brother gets to do.
Tinyasaurus comes from a family of dinosaurs. He is the youngest but is fed up with getting told he... read more

Tags: brother, co-operation, emotions, family, sibling, sister

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Lively Elizabeth
Author: Mara Bergman
Illustrator: Cassia Thomas
How this book may help: By showing how our actions effect others.
Meet lively Elizabeth who has lots of fun and likes to be naughty. One day she shoves her friend... read more

Tags: behaviour, co-operation, hitting, manners, politeness, rudeness, violence

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Yummy Ice-Cream
Author: Emma Quay
Illustrator: Anna Walker
How this book may help: The book has the simple but effective message that sharing with friends is a good thing
Meet Panda, Sheep and Owl,who are friends forever. Both Panda and Sheep have ice-creams, but Owl... read more

Tags: behaviour, co-operation, friends, sharing

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Brush your teeth, Max and Millie
Author: Felicity Brooks
Illustrator: Desideria Guicciardini
How this book may help: An ideal book to encourage a toddler to have a go at brushing their teeth independently.
Millie loves her bath, but is far less keen on letting her daddy brush her teeth afterwards. One... read more

Tags: hygiene, co-operation, teeth

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Take turns, Max and Millie
Author: Felicity Brooks
Illustrator: Desideria Guicciardini
How this book may help: An ideal book to encourage a toddler to share.
Friends Max and Millie are finding it hard to share the big, new toy car at their nursery. Max... read more

Tags: behaviour, co-operation, friends, playgroup, sharing

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Clean It! (Helping Hands)
Author: Georgie Birkett
Illustrator: Georgie Birkett
How this book may help: A great choice to introduce a very young child to the concept of helping out at home.
Publisher's summary: "Which chores need doing today? What's the best way of doing them? And don't forget to wash the..." read more

Tags: recycling, helping, disability, co-operation, asthma, tidiness

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Mine!
Author: Rachel Bright
Illustrator: Rachel Bright
How this book may help: A light-hearted way to introduce the concepts of sharing and co-operation to young children.
Twin girls Fifi and Frankie have very different tastes and preferences. While Fifi loves pink,... read more

Tags: behaviour, co-operation, family, jealousy, politeness, sharing, sibling, sister

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This Book Belongs to Aye-Aye
Author: Richard Byrne
Illustrator: Richard Byrne
How this book may help: This entertaining book explores the idea of 'being different'. The central character has less conventional looks than his classmates, but the story reveals that his kindness and intelligence are more important than the way he looks. The book also has an anti-bullying message.
The hero of the story is Aye-Aye (an Aye-Aye is a rather curious-looking animal that lives in the... read more

Tags: being different, bullying, co-operation, friends, helping, persistence, prejudice, school

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I Am Not a Copycat! (Hugo & Bella)
Author: Ann Bonwill
Illustrator: Simon Rickerty
How this book may help: This book comically reflects a behavioural quirk that many children display at some point: imitating those around them to the point of extreme annoyance! The story gently promotes tolerance in others.
Hugo the hippo is unique; only he can stand on his head, do the splits, touch his toes and... read more

Tags: co-operation, behaviour, friends

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Dinosaurs and all that rubbish
Author: Michael Foreman
Illustrator: Michael Foreman
How this book may help: Environment, Ecology, Co-operation
A man stands on a hill and dreams of reaching a far away star. He builds a rocket to reach the star... read more

Tags: co-operation, environment

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Do Unto Otters: A Book about Manners
Author: Laurie Keller
Illustrator: Laurie Keller
How this book may help: Encouraging young children to respect differences in others and act with kindness and politeness.
Mr Rabbit's new neighbours are otters, which makes him nervous. He has never met an otter before,... read more

Tags: relationships, prejudice, politeness, manners, helping, friends, diversity, co-operation

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Selfish Sophie
Author: Damian Kelleher
Illustrator: Georgie Birkett
How this book may help: Encouraging sharing, politeness and friendship.
Sophie doesn't like sharing. She keeps her books, sweets, cuddly toys and other things to herself.... read more

Tags: behaviour, co-operation, emotions, friends, politeness, rudeness, sharing, stubbornness

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 5 out of 5

The Boy Who Cried Wolf
Author: Tony Ross
Illustrator: Tony Ross
How this book may help: This cautionary tale emphasises that lying can sometimes backfire on you!
The classic tale of 'the boy who cried wolf' is re-told here with witty contemporary illustrations... read more

Tags: co-operation, lying, telling the truth

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Harry the Dirty Dog
Author: Gene Zion
Illustrator: Margaret Bloy Graham
How this book may help: May encourage a reluctant bather to brave the bathtub!
Originally published in 1956, Harry the dog will still charm children today with his cheeky... read more

Tags: co-operation, washing

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Excuse Me: Learning About Politeness
Author: Brian Moses
Illustrator: Mike Gordon
How this book may help: This informative little picture book asks the reader "how polite are you?" and covers many situations where a child may compare their own behaviour to the behaviour of the girl in the book.
Rather like a Debrett's guide for young children(!), this book covers how to behave in many... read more

Tags: politeness, party, manners, eating, compliance, co-operation, behaviour, rudeness, stubbornness, table manners

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The Rainbow Fish
Author: Marcus Pfister
Illustrator:
How this book may help: This may encourage a child to share.
Fish is very proud of his beautiful scales. The other fish are transfixed by them, and ask him if... read more

Tags: co-operation, friends, sharing

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Chill
Author: Carol Thompson
Illustrator: Carol Thompson
How this book may help: Acknowledges that everyday situations may give rise to negative emotions in young children. The story offers some practical suggestions that young children can use to ease anxiety and frustration, such as deep breathing.
Dolly the young pig sometimes like to play alone and sometimes play with her best friend Jack... read more

Tags: sharing, sadness, friends, emotions, co-operation, behaviour, anxiety, anger, stubbornness, tantrums

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Happy Hector
Author: Polly Dunbar
Illustrator: Polly Dunbar
How this book may help: Helping children deal with sibling rivalry and sharing parental affections.
Hector is one of Tilly's toy friends, and loves being close to her. When Tilly's other toys decide... read more

Tags: co-operation, family, friends, sadness, sharing, sibling

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I am Not Sleepy and I Will Not Go to Bed (Charlie and Lola)
Author: Lauren Child
Illustrator: Lauren Child
How this book may help: A good starting point for a discussion on the importance of good bedtime habits!
Lauren Child's popular sibling duo Charlie and Lola have a place in many young children's... read more

Tags: brother, co-operation, sibling, sister

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Excuse Me!
Author: Lisa Kopelke
Illustrator: Lisa Kopelke
How this book may help: Encouraging good manners
A funny book about burping and the need for good manners! Frog loves to eat and loves to burp.... read more

Tags: manners, eating, co-operation, behaviour, politeness, rudeness

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Too Pickly!
Author: Jean Reidy
Illustrator: Genevieve Leloup
How this book may help: Fussy eaters may be able to identify with the boy in the story, which may provide an opportunity for a discussion on eating habits. There is space in the back of the book to write in a child's favourite foods.
A fun, light-hearted book which tells the tale of a small boy who is extremely fussy with his food,... read more

Tags: eating, co-operation

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How Should I Behave?
Author: Mick Manning
Illustrator: Brita Granstrom
How this book may help: A good way to start a discussion with young children on what constitutes acceptable behaviour. Promotes good manners, co-operation, helping and politeness.
This book is set out in question and answer format and deals with behaviour: helpfulness,... read more

Tags: table manners, swearing, rudeness, politeness, manners, helping, compliance, co-operation, bullying, behaviour, tidiness

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The Selfish Crocodile
Author: Faustin Charles
Illustrator: Mike Terry
How this book may help: Encouraging sharing and co-operation.
The crocodile doesn’t want to share the river with anyone else – it is HIS river. Then one... read more

Tags: co-operation, sharing

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Keeping Clean
Author: Liz Gogerly
Illustrator: Mike Gordon
How this book may help: May encourage children reluctant to wash or clean their teeth to do so more regularly. At the same time it acknowledges that children should be allowed to get mucky during play.
Keeping Clean is about two little boys, Kurt and Karim, who love being grubby and avoid having... read more

Tags: co-operation, hygiene, washing

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Doing the Garden
Author: Sarah Garland
Illustrator: Sarah Garland
How this book may help: May encourage children to help at home and get involved with gardening by showing how much fun it can be.
This picture book provides a realistic view of a mother gardening with her children in an urban... read more

Tags: co-operation, environment, helping, mother, single parent

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How Do Dinosaurs Get Well Soon?
Author: Jane Yolen
Illustrator: Mark Teague
How this book may help: May encourage children who are reluctant to go to the doctor or take medicine to co-operate. Promotes good hygiene practices and contains suggestions for things children can do to look after themselves when they are ill.
The poorly life-size dinosaurs in this simple rhyming tale demonstrate the things they can do to... read more

Tags: illness, health, doctor, co-operation, medicine

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Share!
Author: Anthea Simmons
Illustrator: Georgie Birkett
How this book may help: This book may help to explore disgruntled feelings between an older and a younger baby sibling who at about 6 months is starting to want to play with their toys and things. It is hard to share everything and resentment can build up inside.
Sharing can seem difficult and a bit unfair, especially with a younger baby brother wanting to pull... read more

Tags: brother, co-operation, compliance, sharing, sibling, sister

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 5 out of 5

Ribbit Rabbit
Author: Candace Ryan
Illustrator: Mike Lowery
How this book may help: This book follows two friends whilst they play, fight and then learn to share and help each other out so that they can have more fun together as friends
Ribbit and Rabbit are two friends who ‘dip it’ and ‘dap it’ when they go swimming and... read more

Tags: sharing, friends, co-operation

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Monsters Not Allowed
Author: Tracey Hammett
Illustrator: Jan McCafferty
How this book may help: A story that may help children understand that if you give someone who is different a chance you may actually really like them and they can do really well in class with some self esteem.
A monster tiptoes into Fidget School one day. The monster is blue and hairy and very disruptive... read more

Tags: behaviour, co-operation, school

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ATCHOO: The Complete Guide to Good Manners
Author: Mij Kelly
Illustrator: Mary McQuillan
How this book may help: Appealing and amusing way to show children the consequences of unkindness and bad manners.
Brief Synopsis: One fateful day Suzy Sue sneezes all over her animal friends. They decide it’s... read more

Tags: behaviour, co-operation, friends, manners, rudeness

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Maggie's Monkeys
Author: Linda Saunders-Wells
Illustrator: Abby Carter
How this book may help: Shows that having imaginary friends is nothing to be afraid of.
Maggie has a family of pink monkeys in the fridge. This doesn’t bother the rest of the family... read more

Tags: brother, co-operation, sister

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Another Fine Mess
Author: Tony Bonning
Illustrator: Sally Hobson
How this book may help: A tale about how each of us is responsible for our own rubbish and that one person’s rubbish is another’s treasure.
Fox lives in his rather messy den and one morning the postman delivers a letter from his Uncle... read more

Tags: helping, environment, co-operation

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Hey! What's That Nasty Whiff?
Author: Julie Jarman
Illustrator: Garry Parsons
How this book may help: There are some positive messages about recycling and the environment, working together and helping each other within this fun picture book.
"Hyena was a cleaner, she kept things spick and span. She picked up after others with a little... read more

Tags: co-operation, environment, helping, recycling

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Doctor Monkey
Author: Felix Hayes
Illustrator: Hannah Broadway
How this book may help: This would be a great choice for a child who is poorly to read in bed.
Best friends Monkey and Robot live in a house together. One morning, Robot has a headache, a runny... read more

Tags: co-operation, friends, illness

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I Can Make a Difference: A First Look at Setting a Good Example
Author: Pat Thomas
Illustrator: Lesley Harker
How this book may help: Helps children to understand the importance of good manners, helping others and being considerate by setting a good example.
The book opens by explaining that everyone in the world is a teacher, and everyone learns by... read more

Tags: behaviour, co-operation, compliance, manners, politeness, relationships, rudeness

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Going Shopping (Why Manners Matter)
Author: Jillian Powell
Illustrator:
How this book may help: This book gives a view of many of the things important when going out shopping while also providing good examples of the little things that can make life much more agreeable for everyone both on the way to the shops and when buying things. It is written in language that children can easily understand.
The book touches upon a number of situations and issues important for a trip to the shops. This is... read more

Tags: co-operation, compliance, manners, politeness

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At Home (Why Manners Matter)
Author: Jillian Powell
Illustrator:
How this book may help: This book covers the important aspects of living with others under the same roof while also providing good examples of the little things that can make life much more agreeable for everyone. It is written in a language that children can easily understand.
The book touches upon a number of situations and issues important for living together: “Thinking... read more

Tags: behaviour, co-operation, compliance, eating, family, manners, politeness, sharing, table manners, tidiness

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Playing in the Park (Why Manners Matter)
Author: Jillian Powell
Illustrator:
How this book may help: This book covers the important aspects of playing with others in the park. It provides good examples of the little things that can make life much more agreeable for everyone and that make no-one feel excluded. It is written in language that children can easily understand.
The book touches upon a number of situations and issues important for a day in the playground,... read more

Tags: behaviour, co-operation, friends, sharing

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Limelight Larry
Author: Leigh Hodgkinson
Illustrator:
An empty book is just the thing for Limelight Larry, he can be the star of his very own story, the... read more

Tags: co-operation, friends

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Pumpkin Soup
Author: Helen Cooper
Illustrator: Helen Cooper
Duck, Squirrel and cat live happily together until the day duck decides he wants to change his role... read more

Tags: relationships, helping, friends, co-operation, anger

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Born To Love Frogs
Author: Jacqueline Nicoll
Illustrator: Gabriel Evans
How this book may help: Encourages children to nurture their environment and care for others.
The story of a little boy who is born with a love of nature, in particular frogs. He reads a... read more

Tags: co-operation, environment

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Recycling!
Author:
Illustrator: Jess Stockham
How this book may help: This book might encourage children to recycle, reduce waste and be responsible for looking after the environment.
The two young children in this simple book are shown helping to sort out items for recycling. The... read more

Tags: co-operation, environment, recycling

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The Very Helpful Hedgehog
Author: Rosie Wellesley
Illustrator: Rosie Wellesley
How this book may help: Promotes friendly behaviour and willingness to help out
Isaac the hedgehog enjoys his own company until the day an apple falls onto his spikes. No matter... read more

Tags: co-operation, friends, helping

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Lunch Boxes (Talking It Through)
Author: Althea
Illustrator: Chris O'Neill
How this book may help: Many different kinds of food and ways of eating healthily are shown to be fun and interesting. Diabetes, food allergies and vegetarianism are considered alongside broader concerns such as limiting sugary and fried food.
It is lunchtime at school and we see inside the lunch boxes of several children who all eat... read more

Tags: co-operation, eating, food allergies, illness

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Max and Millie Get Dressed
Author: Felicity Brooks
Illustrator: Desideria Guicciardini
How this book may help: An appealing board book which acknowledges that young children are easily distracted when it comes to getting dressed. The father in the story helps the children by making getting dressed into a fun game.
One of a series of books featuring friends Max and Millie. The children are too busy dressing up in... read more

Tags: co-operation, stubbornness

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My Big Brother, Boris
Author: Liz Pichon
Illustrator: Liz Pichon
How this book may help: Shows children that teenage siblings, although they spend more time with their friends and sometimes argue with Mum and Dad, will always love them and remain part of the family.
Little Croc has tons of fun with his big brother Boris until he starts spending more time with his... read more

Tags: relationships, friends, family, co-operation, brother, behaviour, sibling

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Little Croc and Bird
Author: Tony Maddox
Illustrator: Tony Maddox
How this book may help: Clearly demonstrates the benefits of playing kindly with others and may motivate over-boisterous children to curb their enthusiasm. The final page in which Little Croc briefly reverts to his previous mischievous ways reassures children that they do not have to behave perfectly all the time.
Chunky, bright illustrations capture Little Croc’s world of fun as he wreaks havoc jumping on... read more

Tags: co-operation, behaviour

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Ping and Pong are Best Friends (mostly)
Author: Tim Hopgood
Illustrator: Tim Hopgood
How this book may help: When your child falls out with their best friend this book will show that even the greatest friendships have their ups and downs.
Ping and Pong are best friends but Ping gets tired of Pong always being the best at everything and... read more

Tags: co-operation, friends, jealousy

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Hodge the Hedgehog
Author: Amy Sparkes
Illustrator: Benji Davies
How this book may help: Encourages children to see the pleasure in sharing and playing well with others.
Hodge the hedgehog is a hedge-hogger. He would rather have the hedge to himself and keeps all the... read more

Tags: behaviour, co-operation, emotions, friends, helping, manners, relationships, rudeness, sharing

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Hugh Shampoo
Author: Karen George
Illustrator: Karen George
How this book may help: Children who dislike having their hair brushed, washed or cut may identify with the boy in the story.
Much to the disappointment of his salon-owning and beautifully styled mother and father, Hugh... read more

Tags: co-operation, compliance, family, hair, hygiene, washing

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It's Not Your's It's Mine!
Author: Susanna Moores
Illustrator: Susanna Moores
How this book may help: All young children find sharing extremely difficult. The story of Blieka and Blieka’s beloved ball will help a small child to acknowledge their own feelings of possessiveness and see the benefits of sharing.
Blieka’s ball was a special present and Blieka loves it, taking it everywhere and refusing to... read more

Tags: co-operation, emotions, friends, sharing

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Bug and Bear
Author: Ann Bonwill
Illustrator: Layn Marlow
How this book may help: Children struggle at times to negotiate the ups and downs of friendship. This book reassures young children that though their friends may not always be in the mood to play with them, their friendship still endures.
Bear is not in the mood to play. She wants a nap. Bug wants to play and will not take no for an... read more

Tags: anxiety, co-operation, emotions, friends, relationships

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The Tunnel
Author: Anthony Browne
Illustrator: Anthony Browne
How this book may help: Siblings frequently struggle to get along. This book will help brothers and sisters recognise the love that underlies their sometimes fraught relationship.
Rose and Jack do not like doing any of the same things and argue all the time when they are... read more

Tags: anxiety, brother, co-operation, family, friends, relationships, sister

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Never Say No to a Princess!
Author: Tracey Corderoy
Illustrator: Kate Leake
How this book may help: Sometimes children just can’t stop themselves from asking for everything they see and in the modern consumerist society it is increasingly difficult for parents to say no to their children’s demands. The little princess’s parents give her all the sparkly things she wants whenever she asks for them but she is never happy and she never says please.
One day when she is lost she meets a dragon who will not take her back to the palace until she says... read more

Tags: stubbornness, rudeness, politeness, manners, helping, gratitude, compliance, co-operation, behaviour, tantrums

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Squirrel's Busy Day
Author: Lucy Barnard
Illustrator: Lucy Barnard
How this book may help: By sending out the message that friendship should be valued and that you should always find time to be with your friends.
Squirrel is busy collecting acorns and doesn’t have time to play with his friends. But when... read more

Tags: co-operation, friends, relationships

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Witches and Fairies
Author: Eva Montanari
Illustrator: Eva Montanari
How this book may help: Children can sometimes form friendship circles which exclude others, which can be difficult for the children left on the outside. This book focusses on Clotilda, a little girl who doesn’t really fit into the group of fairies and group of witches she longs to play with.
Clotilda has to make do with watching them, or refereeing their races and battles. One night, the... read more

Tags: friends, diversity, confidence, co-operation, bullying, being different, prejudice

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The Wolf Who Cried Boy!
Author: James O'Neill
Illustrator: Russell Ayto
How this book may help: Challenges preconceptions that may be associated with unfamiliar situations, and promotes tolerance of other ways of life.
On the outskirts of a village, there lives a pack of wolves. The villagers fear the wolves, and... read more

Tags: co-operation, diversity, fears, friends, prejudice

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Put Away Your Phone!
Author: Tracy Bryan
Illustrator: David Barrow
How this book may help: Encourages a child to develop strategies to manage situations that make them cross. Helps a child to see that phones can be useful in an emergency, and forces parents to consider how much time they may be spending on their devices.
Emma is a little girl who struggles to get her parents’ attention, because they always seem to be... read more

Tags: anger, behaviour, co-operation, emotions, relationships, tantrums

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Ants in My Pants
Author: Wendy Mould
Illustrator: Wendy Mould
Publisher's summary: "Jacob would rather play with his trains than get dressed and go shopping. But when he reluctantly..." read more

Tags: behaviour, co-operation, dressing

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Doing the Washing
Author: Sarah Garland
Illustrator: Sarah Garland
Publisher's summary: "Sarah Garland's classic series of pre-school books look at every aspect of busy, noisy, muddly..." read more

Tags: co-operation, helping

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How Do Dinosaurs Say Good Night?
Author: Jane Yolen
Illustrator: Mark Teague
How this book may help: This is a funny story written in rhyme which deals with problems involved with getting children to go to bed without making a fuss by comparing a dinosaur's behaviour with theirs.
Publisher's summary: "How does a dinosaur say good night when Papa comes in to turn off the light? Does a dinosaur slam..." read more

Tags: co-operation

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My Haircut Sticker Book (Charlie and Lola)
Author: Lauren Child
Illustrator: Lauren Child
Publisher's summary: "Charlie and Lola are due to get their hair cut but Lola is determined that hers is fine just the..." read more

Tags: co-operation, hair

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Don't Tell Lies, Lucy!
Author: Phil Roxbee Cox
Illustrator: Jan McCafferty
How this book may help: This book may encourage a child to tell the truth and realise that lies can have negative consequences.
Publisher's summary: "An amusing and tongue-in-cheek story designed to introduce young children to the concept of right..." read more

Tags: co-operation, behaviour, lying, telling the truth

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Give that back, Jack!
Author: Phil Roxbee Cox
Illustrator: Jan McCafferty
How this book may help: Encourages good behaviour, co-operation and sharing.
Publisher's summary: "A cautionary tale for children everywhere. Jack is always taking things from his friends but when..." read more

Tags: behaviour, co-operation, sharing

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Say please, Louise!
Author: Phil Roxbee Cox
Illustrator: Jan McCafferty
How this book may help: This book may discourage a child from being impolite, and remind them to say 'please' and 'thank you'.
Publisher's summary: "An amusing and tongue-in-cheek story designed to introduce young children to the concept of right..." read more

Tags: behaviour, co-operation, manners

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Manners in School
Author: Arianna Candell
Illustrator: Rosa M.Curto
How this book may help: By encouraging children to behave in a thoughtful, polite and caring manner at school.
Publisher's summary: "The 'Manners' series shows children how to resolve small difficulties they might face in their..." read more

Tags: behaviour, bullying, co-operation, compliance, diversity, friends, hygiene, politeness, prejudice, school, sharing

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Manners On Holiday
Author: Arianna Candell
Illustrator: Rosa M.Curto
How this book may help: The Manners books show children how to resolve small difficulties they might face in their daily lives. These stories help children to develop their social skills early in a fun and friendly way.
Publisher's summary: "In this story Peter and Sara are going on a summer camping holiday with their parents. At the..." read more

Tags: tidiness, table manners, swimming, sharing, rudeness, politeness, manners, hygiene, holidays, helping, health, friends, diversity, disability, compliance, co-operation, being different, behaviour, washing

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Manners at the Park
Author: Arianna Candell
Illustrator: Rosa M.Curto
How this book may help: The Manners books show children how to resolve small difficulties they might face in their daily lives. These stories help children to develop their social skills early in a fun and friendly way.
Publisher's summary: "In this story, Lily, Julia, Peter, Jim and the other children all play in the park. They learn to..." read more

Tags: behaviour, co-operation, dog, environment, helping, manners, pet, road safety, sharing

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Manners At Parties
Author: Arianna Candell
Illustrator: Rosa M.Curto
How this book may help: By encouraging children to behave in a thoughtful, polite and caring manner at a party.
Publisher's summary: "In this story, it is Mark's birthday and the children have fun at his party. They learn that it's..." read more

Tags: behaviour, co-operation, hair, helping, party, politeness, rudeness, sharing, table manners, tidiness

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Please and Thank You: A Pirate Pete and Princess Polly book
Author: Amanda Li
Illustrator: Melanie Williamson
How this book may help: This appealingly illustrated book should encourage children to think of others and remember their manners.
Publisher's summary: "It's nice to have good manners! Join Pirate Pete and Princess Polly as they learn all about saying..." read more

Tags: behaviour, co-operation, compliance, friends, manners, politeness, rudeness, sharing, table manners

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