The Favorite Authors section of Teachers Notebook is a place to find some fantastic children's book authors. You may view details of their books and even download FREE teacher/activity guides.
"Blueloon" On TeachersNotebook.com . is a sad little balloon who is suffering from depression. With help from the wise rock, Blueloon learns what he can do to "bounce back"to being the way he uses to be - bright, round, and full with a very straight string.
"It's You and Me Against the Pee" On TeachersNotebook.com. Meet Stanley, an energetic three year old who has not quite mastered using the potty. Stanley is way to busy playing to stop having fun-he'd rather hop, skip and wiggle than get the job done. Armed with a powerful secret for potty-training success and eager to play, Stanley proudly transforms into a Potty Expert.
"Making Friends is an Art" on TeachersNotebook.com.To a child, having even one good friend can make a huge difference. Research shows it is not the quantity of friends that matters, it is the quality. In Making Friends is an Art children learn how to become better and making and keeping friends.
"It's Hard to be a Verb" on TeachersNotebook.com. Mom's Choice Award Winner! Louis is a "verb!" He has a lot of trouble focusing and he is always doing something, but the problem is usually it's the wrong something. A must have for all who struggle with paying attention.
"My Mouth is a Volcano" on TeachersNotebook.com. Louis always interrupts. His mouth is a volcano. This story takes an empathetic approach to the habit of interrupting and teaches children a witty technique to help them manage their own volcano mouths.
"SodaPop Head" on TeachersNotebook.com. The purpose of this book is to teach kids how to channel their anger in a productive and non-destructive way. It is important to teach children that it is ok to feel angry. It's what they choose to do with their anger that can make a difference.
"Personal Space Camp" on TeachersNotebook.com. Louis, a proclaimed "space expert" really struggles with personal space issues. When he attends Personal Space Camp he quickly learns the difference between personal space and outer space. He even becomes a "Double Space Expert."
"The Worst Day of My Life EVER!" on TeachersNotebook.com. RJ has had a rough day! He wakes up with gum stuck in his hair, misses recess because he is late to school and gets caught running in the hall, earns a zero on his math homework, kicks the ball into his own team's soccer goal, and messes up his mom's kitchen with his overflowing pancake batter! K-6 readers learn the rhyming steps to the skills of listening and following instructions that can turn bad days into great ones!