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Daniel Feels One Stripe Nervous
Daniel Tiger is so excited to sing in the spring play, but he feels worried when a substitute teacher directs the play instead of Teacher Harriet. Daniel learns an important lesson — things sometimes change, and that is okay. You can learn to do things in a different way!
Daniel Learns to Share
Daniel and his friends are all playing with their toy cars. But Prince Wednesday has forgotten to bring his car. He asks Daniel if he can play with Daniel’s car for a little while. Daniel hesitates — he wants to play with his car! But Dad Tiger suggests that they can share. Prince Wednesday can take a turn playing with the car, and then he’ll give it back. Sharing is caring! But Daniel is still unsure. What should he do?
Daniel Misses Someone
Daniel's Grandpere lives far away, which means that Daniel can’t see him as often as he'd like to. But there are many things Daniel can do when he misses him, like drawing a picture, sending a care package, and looking at photos!
Daniel Tiger's 3-Minute Bedtime Stories
Whether he’s playing in the snow, exploring nature at night, or visiting family, Daniel Tiger loves making friends and going on new adventures! This treasury includes twelve of Daniel’s most grr-ific stories, each of which can be read aloud in three minutes. This sweet collection is perfect for little tigers who are settling down for bedtime and want to hear just one more story!
Daniel Visits a Pumpkin Patch
Daniel Tiger is visiting a pumpkin patch with his family and friends. The best part is, Mom and Dad Tiger told him he could pick out a pumpkin to bring home. Once they get to the patch, there are so many pumpkins to choose from — some are very small and some are very large. Will Daniel find the perfect one?
Daniel Visits the Library
Daniel Tiger and Prince Wednesday are so excited for story time at the library! But first they have to lean how to be calm and quiet. Can they calm down before story time starts?
I'm Feeling Mad (Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood)
When Daniel Tiger feels MAD, he stomps his feet and roars. Then he remembers to take a deep breath and count to four. Soon he feels better. What do you do with the mad that you feel? Come along with Daniel as he and his friends learn how to handle feeling angry. This adorable book includes tips for parents and caregivers to help guide little ones through their emotions.
More Daniel Tiger 5-Minute Stories
Whether he’s meeting a new babysitter, playing outdoors with his friends, or going out to a restaurant with his family, Daniel Tiger loves being with his friends and family and going on adventures. This treasury includes twelve of Daniel’s most grr-ific stories, each of which can be read aloud in about five minutes. This sweet collection is perfect for busy little tigers who are always on the go!
Remembering Blue Fish
When Daniel’s pet fish dies, he learns to ask questions about what happened to help him understand what death means and how to handle his feelings. A much-needed book for parents looking for age appropriate resources on loss.