Frolic / Summer Book Club / Bundle
The books included in the Frolic Summer Book Club include:
- God Made Feelings: God made us with all sorts of emotions. Joy, boredom, shyness, anger, happiness: what do these feel like? How can we handle them? God Made Feelings helps young children explore and express feelings, and offers calming and coping strategies for difficult emotions. Includes a parent guide to help parents.
- Rufus and His Angry Tail: Rufus and Ava usually get along, but today Rufus' tail is twitching and he can't seem to stop this feeling of anger. As preschoolers journey along with Rufus they will learn how to recognize anger, name it, and manage it through a prayer to feel more calm and peaceful.
- Uri and the Busy Day: Uri has a fun day ahead and she doesn't want to miss a thing. But soon all the fun gets to be too much! Parents will recognize the signs of an overstimulated toddler as they follow Uri through her busy day, and children will learn ways to calm down when the day gets too busy.
- I Can Help: The Frolic friends are big helpers! Rufus, Ava, Jo, Uri, and Hal discover different ways they can show love and care for others by helping.
- Jo and the Slow Soup: When Jo's friends decide to work together to make a soup Jo's patience is tested as he waits (and waits and waits) for the soup to cook. Preschoolers can learn alongside Jo as he says a prayer to help him wait and learns the importance of patience.
- Rufus Loses His Cape: Rufus can't find his cape. His friends have all kinds of ideas for where to look, but Rufus won't listen. Young children will discover, along with Rufus, that when he learns to listen and ask for help, his friends can help him solve his problem.
- Thank You God: The Frolic animals thank God for the gifts of sunshine, playtime, friends, and love. Children will learn to look at the world around them and find blessings to be grateful for.
- Happy Birthday Ava: It's Ava's birthday and her friends keep coming up with things they want to do to celebrate her special day. But their suggestions are all things that they would like to do. When Ava gets frustrated, the friends realize they need to think about what Ava likes, too. The story teaches young children about thoughtfulness and friendship.
- Ava and the Skimpy Picnic: Preschoolers can watch what happens as Ava and her friends decide to only bring a little bit of what they have for a picnic. After saying a prayer together, they learn that sharing more will save the picnic and turn it into a feast!
- In stock
- Age/Grade Range 0-2; 2-3
- Brand Frolic
- Format Board Book; Bundle; Picture Book
- Publisher Sparkhouse
- Publication Date May 21, 2018
- Item Number ITEM009440