Pink is Feeling Sad Storybook:
It is Monday morning and Pink is not feeling very happy. He feels a little sad and does not know why. At school, pink’s friend Red asks him if something is wrong. Red can see that pink looks low.
During this story, Pink feels sad but doesn’t know why. Pink learns that by trying to talk about his feelings, it can help him to feel much better.
We created RainbowSmart with parents and carers in mind. They aim to support you in communicating with your child to help them understand more about the world around them. Each story seeks to help them with different scenarios they may face as they grow.
Within the series of 40 storybooks, your child will learn about reducing screen time, looking after the environment, taking care of others, and so much more. Supporting your child through the early years will undoubtedly help them to manage their behavior more positively as they grow.
In the stories, the characters often need support with their feelings and emotions and will receive help along the way. Equip your child with skills readily transferable to real-life situations. The best time to support your children to self-regulate is early years. You can nurture these qualities with our book series, recommended for children aged 3 to 7. These books cover feelings and emotions in the most lovable manner.
Award-winning social stories
Our award-winning series of social stories supports children’s personal development and increases their world knowledge. Take your children on a journey to learn more about staying safe, keeping healthy, being responsible, and so much more.
For example, if your child struggles with separation anxiety, you may wish to explore Green’s Daddy Moves Out or Pink Misses Mummy.
Please support your child in managing difficult emotions and challenging situations as they grow!