I bought a set of these books a few years ago. They sat in the bookshelf, alone and rarely loved until now. Once I realized that: don’t bite, don’t hit, don’t scream, don’t kick (usually followed by the words “your brother”) were being understood, I dug to the back of the bookshelf and pulled these puppies out. We now read these books to our 3-year-old and have caught him quoting lines from each book. I’d like to think it’s working… or at least starting to. You know how they say kids listen better to anyone but their parents? I’m hoping the support from his preschool teachers and these books help back us as parents.
I don’t have a biter but I know a few moms of biters. If it’s not one thing, it’s another. Each kid has their own way of expressing their frustration, anger and emotions (and temper tantrums).
This is one we read often. My 3-year-old is a pusher. Especially with his little brother.
Oh and this one. If we catch him hitting or pushing, he’ll stop and resort to karate-like kicking.
This is a great book to read to all kids. Bullying and hurtful words are not acceptable.
We don’t have this one (yet) but I laughed out loud when I saw it. We need it, we have 3 boys. Enough said.
And if you have pets?