Books With an Attitude to Change Attitudes for the Better

About Jenny Dew the Creator

If somebody were to ask me why I write children’s books I would respond, “Because I felt these books were needed.” Books about attitudes for children were hard to find at my public library and I needed them badly. I needed books that…

Kyree Sue Our Bug-A-Boo

Kyree learns how to accept a new sibling into her life. This book is a great tool for parents and children as their family expands.

The Grump on the Stump

A grumpy girl overcomes her own behaviors and sees herself for who she is, a wonderful young girl.

What Our Customers are Saying

“As a therapist working with wounded children and adults I am always looking for powerful healing tools that speak to a child’s soul and heart. In the grand tradition of Dr. Seuss, these stories do just that. With a whimsical flare they cut through all the painful layers of resistance a child manifests just to survive and opens them up to the possibility for hope, healing and happiness. These books will definitely be in my tool box of solutions for life’s problems. I love them!”

Jennie Murdock

LCSW

“Jenny Dew writes with a quiet, gentle, Seussical flare. Children teaching children a better way to correct behavior that can damage relationships. The illustrations are inspired, colorful and Disney like. Very creative synchronization between art and words. Poetic self help for all of us. Perfect for all children; the helpers and those needing help. The Grump on the Stump is her first book. I am looking forward to her next book. I recommend it to all Moms, Dads, Teachers and Grandparents.”

Amazon Customer

“I highly recommend this book to all parents of difficult children and others who struggle with helping their young ones understand the useless feelings of holding on to anger and defiance.”

K. Max Park

LMFT Attachment Specialist

“The students can relate to the feelings expressed in this book, as well as the characters’ emotions. It has the perfect amount of humor and teaches a valuable lesson that kids, parents, and teachers will all enjoy. I love this story!”

Jillian Willhite

Third Grade Teacher

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