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About Diane Alber
Diane Alber has had a passion for art since she held her first crayon at age two, which inspired her to subsequently earn a Bachelor's Degree in Fine Arts from Arizona State University. She is a wife and a mother of two young energetic children who love books. She became inspired to start writing and illustrating books because she saw a need for a book that inspired art and creativity in children. She also hopes that this book encourages parents to be proud of their children's art work no matter what it looks like!
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This hilarious story is about a little girl that overhears her friend say, NEVER LET A UNICORN WEAR A TUTU!
Unfortunately, she didn't have a chance to ask why. Now she has a fantastic tutu for her UNICORN and she is not sure what to do!
It offers creative strategies for children on how to bring themselves back to a PEACEFUL SPOT!
Circle the spot, in the middle of your palm,
count the swirls down to calm.
Around and around, and around twice more .
One, then two, then three, then four.
Each time you trace around the SPOTS,
take a deep breath to CALM your thoughts.
The goal of this series of books is to give children the tools needed to identity what emotion they are feeling and how to properly manage that emotion. Don't forget to check out the rest in the series!
A Little SPOT of Anxiety
A Little SPOT of Anger
A Little SPOT of Kindness
A Little SPOT of Confidence
By associating emotions with something a child can visual (bright red spot), they are able to see when a small feeling of frustration can easily turn into into a big ANGRY emotion. They will realize they can manage their spots of emotions with fun counting and breathing techniques by watching a fun illustrated ANGRY SPOT start to shrink down.
It offers creative strategies for children to help cope with anxiety as well.
From the tip of my finger, to the center of my palm,
I can do this! I can be calm!
This worry grew too big, and cannot stay,
take a deep breath, and blow it away!
The goal of this book is to give children the tools needed to identity what emotion they are feeling and how to properly manage that emotion.