Best Children’s Doctor's Visits Books

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1. I Choose to Calm My Anger: A Colorful, Picture Book About Anger Management And Managing Difficult Feelings and Emotions (Teacher and Therapist Toolbox: I Choose)

Author: by Elizabeth Estrada
B08W6QDDB4
English
35 pages

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In this rhyming story, Jackson gets upset and doesn’t understand how his emotions are controlling his behavior. Through colorful illustrations and rhythmic rhymes, he learns coping mechanisms on how to deal with big emotions like anger. Does your child get upset easily?

Developing tools that help you cope with everyday struggles can lead to a calmer well-being. I Choose to Calm My Anger is a story with social emotional learning (SEL) in mind. It has been praised by teachers and therapists worldwide.

This story told from Jackson’s point of view will help open your child’s mind to what it feels like to be angry and how to deal with it. Jackson will teach your child how we are empowered to change our mindset and how we deal with life’s setbacks.

With Jackson in real life examples, your child will learn to develop their understanding of their own emotions. Throughout the story, Jackson will show you how it feels to be angry and then how to cope. Teacher and Therapist Toolbox: I Choose is an empowering series curated to empower young children to become aware of big emotions.


2. Find Your Calm: A Mindful Approach To Relieve Anxiety And Grow Your Bravery

Author: by Gabi Garcia
English
34 pages
1949633128

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Anxiety can feel big and powerful. It can show up suddenly, without warning. For many kids, it can be overwhelming. Anxiety is not just a cognitive experience. When children feel anxious, their bodies respond physically to a perceived threat. They need to feel a sense of safety before being able to figure out what to do next.

Your child can follow along and learn as the young narrator practices strategies that keep the anxiety from taking over. Find Your Calm is a wonderfully accessible book that teaches children how to tap into their sense of safety when anxiety sends a false alarm, so they can find their calm.

It includes simple grounding activities and coping tools for them to practice. Parents and educators can find free downloadable resources to accompany this book at gabigarciabooks.Com. (Available in Spanish as: Encuentra tu Calma.


3. B is for Breathe: The ABCs of Coping with Fussy and Frustrating Feelings

Author: by Dr. Melissa Munro Boyd
English
32 pages
0692189831

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From the letter A to the letter Z, B is for Breathe celebrates the many ways children can express their feelings and develop coping skills at an early age. Fun, cute, and exciting illustrations, this colorful book teaches kids simple ways to cope with fussy and frustrating emotions.

This book will inspire kids to discuss their feelings, show positive behaviors, and practice calm down strategies.


4. I Choose to Calm My Anxiety: A Colorful, Picture Book About Soothing Strategies for Anxious Children (Teacher and Therapist Toolbox: I Choose)

Author: by Elizabeth Estrada
B091CPFBDQ
English
39 pages

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In this rhyming story, Lucas is weighed down by his worry and anxiety. Through colorful illustrations and rhythmic rhymes, he learns coping mechanisms on how to deal with big emotions like anxiety. For every child who has experienced anxious thoughts, this story teaches kids how to respond to anxiety through several soothing strategies.

I Choose to Calm My Anxiety is a story with social emotional learning (SEL) in mind. It has been praised by teachers and therapists worldwide. Lucas acknowledges negative thoughts, then actively replaces them with positive thoughts instead. He shares how he uses deep breathing and focus on things he can control.

With Lucas in real life examples, your child will learn to develop their understanding of their own emotions. I Choose to Calm my Anxiety is a quiet, thoughtful story that teaches readers how to practice mindfulness, focusing on thoughts that bring happiness and calm into their lives.

Teacher and Therapist Toolbox: I Choose is an empowering series curated to empower young children to become aware of big emotions. A new book series developed in tandem with teachers and therapists to help children cope with a range of emotions and teach them that they indeed hold the power to choose their actions and reactions.


5. Positive Ninja: A Children’s Book About Mindfulness and Managing Negative Emotions and Feelings (Ninja Life Hacks)

Author: by Mary Nhin
English
35 pages
1951056094

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Positive Ninja used to struggle with negativity until a simple strategy for positivity is discovered. Find out what happens in this comedic book about optimism and mindfulness.Life is hard! And it’s even harder for children who are just trying to figure things out.

The new children’s book series, Ninja Life Hacks, was developed to help children learn valuable life skills. Fun, pint-size characters in comedic books easy enough for young readers, yet witty enough for adults. The Ninja Life Hacks book series is geared to kids 3-11.

Perfect for boys, girls, early readers, primary school students, or toddlers. Excellent resource for counselors, parents, and teachers alike. CVisit the Ninja Life Hacks site found in the author profile for fun freebies!


6. Dash's Belly Ache: A book for children who can't or won't poop (Dash Learns Life Skills)

Author: by Wendy Hayden
English
32 pages
1691042854

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Is your child struggling with pooping? Sometimes all it takes is one painful poop for a child to have a fear of having a bowel movement. Or chronic constipation can cause painful pooping which triggers fear of having a bowel movement.

Their fear often leads to withholding, anxiety about using the toilet and potty training regression. Sometimes these issues persist even after the child is no longer suffering from chronic constipation or painful bowel movements. It is difficult to overcome a young child’s fear and anxiety with reasoning.

This can be extremely frustrating for us as parents, and for our children who are struggling. Dash’s Belly Ache is a simple, gentle story about Dash, a dog who doesn’t want to poop. His experience in the story will help reassure your child, lessen their anxiety, and help them overcome their fear of pooping.

Dash’s story is relatable for toddlers and young children who are having a hard time with potty training, constipation or withholding. Bright and fun illustrationsLovable dog charactersPerfect for toddlers and young childrenEasy storyline for your child to follow


7. Germs vs. Soap

Author: by Didi Dragon
AHA! Press (June 29, 2020)
English
32 pages

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Getting kids to wash their hands is no easy task. To kids, handwashing can seem annoying, boring, and even pointlesstheir hands don’t look dirty!Enter Germs vs. Soap, an infectiously funny read-aloud that unveils the secret world of germs and their quest to take everyone’s energy cupcakes but only if soap doesn’t get in the way…

Otherwise it’s all down the drain for them. With playful illustrations and educational graphics combined with slapstick humor and hilarious text, families and young readers, along with teachers and librarians, will find this book particularly topical and useful in today’s landscape, supporting health and handwashing units at school with new COVID-19 protocols, and also providing awareness about why it is important and how to properly wash your hands.


8. Unicorn Princess (Choose Your Own Adventure – Dragonlarks)

Author: by Shannon Gilligan
Chooseco (October 1, 2018)
English
96 pages

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Unicorn Princess by Shannon Gilligan takes YOU – the plucky Princess Perri, now ten years old – on a third summer of adventure at camp on Princess Island! Your 6-8 year old reader will show off her new, lucky compass and improved curtsy-skills.

Choose Your Own Adventure Unicorn Princess is an interactive gamebook in which YOU decide what happens next. When the Head of Camp is nowhere to be found and a new camper needs your help, will you save your fellow princesses from a menacing ghost?

Will you make a new friend or discover a bevy of magical creatures, from unicorns to mermaids to talking fish? For readers who enjoyed other titles from the Choose Your Own Adventure Dragonlark series including: Princess Island by Shannon Gilligan, Princess Perri and the Second Summer by Shannon Gilligan, and Your Grandparents Are Ninjas by Anson Montgomery.


9. Benny Goes to Bed by Himself: Kids and Parents Beating Nighttime Fears Together

Author: by Dr. Jonathan Kushnir
B088XXM6S8
English
58 pages

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Beating nighttime fears is what this book is all about. Benny Goes to Bed by Himself introduces a unique roadmap. For parents: Simple strategies based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy principles. For kids: A humorous and intriguing bedtime story that illustrates how children and their parents can easily overcome nighttime fears.”Mom, Dad, I’m scared.

Please don’t leave until I’m asleep””I heard a scary noise and thought that something was here””I’m scared of having nightmares again”Sounds familiar? These are all things Benny the lion cub used to say to his parents every time he went to bed or woke them up in the middle of the night.

But that was a long time ago, before Benny learned how to go to sleep on his own. This book’s goal is to engage children in getting rid of nighttime fears while giving parents a roadmap for helping them through that process.

This is done by using simple, proven, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy strategies, based on Dr. Kushnir’s years of experience. Going to bed and falling asleep can be a serious and stressful challenge, especially for young children. Many children experience the night and the “getting to sleep” moments as an anxious process, in a way that makes them feel distressed and many times dependent on their parents.

10. When I Am Worried: (Anxiety Books, Preschoolers, Ages 3 5, Kids, Children) (Self-Regulation Skills)

Author: by Michael Gordon
English
37 pages
168729769X

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Self-Regulation Skills Series 5Sometimes the world seems scarytoo scary. This is a comforting story for kids when their world becomes unsettled. Great way to explain anxiety to preschoolers *Learn why anxiety feels the way it does*How to stop worries growing out of control*Solutions that help children handle their feelings in healthier waysIt has a great message:I like it, and my 3 year old son likes it too.

The story and illustrations are awesome and super helpful. AndreaA great way to open conversation about stress and anxiety! LisaExplains worry & anxiety:My 5 year old loved this. CarolineCute artwork! Excellent assistance for kids who are anxious. JenniferAnd*Cute illustrations with nice rhyming story *Not too long, grabs kid’s attentionGET IT NOW and get the ebook for FREE!!

Add this amazing kids book to your cart and ENJOY!

11. If The Dentist Were An Animal

Author: by Rachel Grider RDH
English
24 pages
1732156808

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Red Bow Books Is Making Dentistry Fun, one playful rhyme at a time! This adorable story reinforces its teaching points with a variety of activities and is making little smile experts all over the world!

12. I Will Be Okay (Mindful Mantras)

Author: by Ms Laurie N Wright
Laurie Wright
English
28 pages

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Emotional ups and downs: we all have them.(Especially lately! Everyday situations can cause hard to handle feelings for kids. Things like:Feeling grumpy but having to go to school anyway being scared in the dark at nighttime having a babysitter when you don’t want your parents to leave Kids desperately want to know they’ll be okay, but adults just telling them doesn’t work.

Reinforce the idea that children are not helpless, and can do things for themselves to help them feel okay’ again. Worried about mom and dad going out for the night? Make them a surprise present to find when they return!

Scared of a thunderstorm? Hide in a fort with a friend. Start practising the OK’ sign with your kids as you read this book and help them realize that they WILL be okay!

13. The Ups and Downs of Audrey May

Author: by Missy Mareau Garcia
English
66 pages
1797819666

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“Finally a book my Type 1 kid can connect with, that’s not a baby book. HIGHLY RECOMMEND” – Amazon customerNine year old Audrey May knows that life can be full of changes. She’s traveled all over the world with her Dad who works on movies, but she’s never been to a school with other kids.

She has no idea that starting a new school will be much easier than finding out she has Type 1 Diabetes. Thankfully she won’t face it alone, she has the love of her parents and her crazy little sister to get her through the ups and downs.”A must-read for anyone dealing with the diagnosis of type 1 diabetes” – Dr. Kevin Kaiserman, Pediatric Endocrinologist”THE UPS AND DOWNS OF AUDREY MAY is a touching and brilliant jewel of a book.

I flew through the pages incredibly moved by her journey as she learns how to live in a new way.” Luanne Rice, New York Times Best Selling Author “I liked this story because there is a character like me. She is brave and responsible about diabetes.

She learns to take care of herself at school and home, and her friends learn about diabetes, too.” – Grace age 9

14. Encopresis— you can beat it!: Game-changing solutions for Toilet Anxiety, Soiling, and Constipation in Children

Author: by Dr. Baruch Kushnir
English
127 pages
1698969732

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No more poop in the pants! End your child’s poop problems! It’s called encopresis. And there is a proven solution to treat it and end it. One in 14 children between the ages of three and six is affected with encopresis.

This book will tell you how to help your child overcome it. In EncopresisYou Can Beat It!, Dr. Baruch Kushnira major authority on encopresis, enuresis, and potty-training problemsshares the expertise he has gained over 30-plus years in treating nearly 40,000 children in his clinics.

Dr. Kushnir will teach you how to prevent your child’s next poop accidentfreeing both your child and yourself! If any of these statements sound familiar, this is exactly the book for you:My child asks for a diaper every time she needs to poop.

My child never poops in the toilet; only in his pants. My child has to release some feces in her pants before going to the toilet. My child withholds his poop for days, to the point where he can’t eat or move.

I am exhausted by trying solutions that don’t work: offering rewards, giving stool softeners, providing reminders to use the toilet I end up comparing my child to others and being furious. Dr. Kushnir’s intervention model is based on his experience diagnosing and treating thousands of children.

15. Future Doctor (A Future Baby Book) (4)

Author: by Lori Alexander
English
24 pages
1338312251

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Doctors help people in need. Baby is ready to lend a hand! An aspirational, inspirational celebration of future careers for babies who can be ANYTHING! Paging Doctor Baby – we have a cuteness emergency! Read along to learn how Baby already has what it takes to become a medical professional.

Includes lots of fun doctor facts to help foster curiosity and empower little ones to listen, problem-solve, and take care of others! Future Baby is an adorable board book series that takes a playful peek into an assortment of amazing careers and shows little ones how their current skills match up with the job at hand.

With Future Baby, babies can be anything!

16. We're Going to the Doctor: Preparing For A Check-Up (Big Steps)

Author: by Campbell Books
Campbell Books
English
10 pages

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The Big Steps series is designed to help young children deal with new experiences in their lives. In We’re Going to the Doctor, Billy and Nell go for a check-up and have an injection. This novelty book with a sweet story has fun flaps to lift and mechanisms to move as well as practical tips for parents and carers on each page, endorsed by leading Early Years Consultant, Dr Amanda Gummer.

With delightful illustrations by Marion Cocklico, We’re Going to the Doctor is the perfect book for sharing and reassuring little people. For more toddler tips, read We’re Having A Baby, I’m Not Sleepy, No More Nappies, I’m Starting Nursery and Can You Say Please?