Sharing a story is a great way to help children who display challenging behaviour to recognise feelings and behaviours. The fun characters and humorous rhyming text in these story books can help engage great conversations about appropriate behaviour and allow teachers/parents to address unwanted behaviour in a positive way and help children relate the behaviour to consequences.
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Fidget just can’t keep still which is a problem for a hungry heron! Learning the skills of focus and patience are just too difficult for this young heron so he decides to try different ways to catch his fish dinner. Will he be successful?
Ricky is trying to build his first nest not an easy task for a young rook! But after a few feeble attempts he is quick to give up. Ricky decides to try a different way. Will he find it easier to build a nest like a swallow or a coot?
Bluster and Snide like to challenge other birds to fight these two bantam cockerels bully all the weaker and smaller birds in the farmyard. But when a silly dare goes wrong Bluster is left alone. Will he discover the true meaning of friendship?
Vita likes to stand close to others which is normal for a battery cage hen. But when she is rescued to live on a free-range farm she finds that her new friends don’t like her standing so close! How will Vita learn the rules of personal space?
Crabbit the Parrot is a good talker and has fine feathers, the perfect pet but not all the words this bird uses are kind and he has a terrible temper! Living in Mrs Jolly’s Pet Shop can be noisy and busy at times. When will Crabbit be chosen by a family of his own? And how will he learn to control his temper?
Pablo the Peacock: A story about attention seeking. Pablo likes attention getting lots of attention, easy for a peacock with a magnificent fan-like spread of feathers. Or is it? During preparations for a royal visit, when he is not noticed for his lovely tail or his wonderful song, Pablo does something that does get him some attention! What will the royal highnesses think of his behaviour?
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