"When two shy kids are forced into a new school, they have to keep the negative voices in their heads at bay, or risk becoming social outcasts for the entire school year!"
Negative Nelly & Negative Ned is a fun fictional story about the first week of school, for two new students. This age-appropriate book gives lots of real-life scenarios for kids to discuss and model self-esteem, confidence, kindness, empathy, and positive self-talk.
Harry and Sally want to have a good first week at school.
But Negative Nelly and Negative Ned imaginary characters in both their minds, decide to make this their worst week ever.
In every class, Harry and Sally face social situations that make them nervous.
Each time, they listen to Negative Nelly and Negative Ned. Which only turns out badly.
Things go from bad to worse, because every time Harry and Sally listen to the Negatives, the Negatives get bigger. They're soon larger than the school itself!
This picture book for children is a universal story of bravery and courage that kids of all ages will enjoy.
If your kids like movies like "The Lion King," "Brave," and "Finding Nemo," they'll LOVE Harry and Sally in "Negative Nelly & Negative Ned"!
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"I loved this book; your child will ask you to read it again and again.
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If your kids have ever struggled with shyness, confidence, or feeling
awkward in social situations, Negative Nelly and Negative Ned
will become part of how they size hold of a "can do" attitude!