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  • Keywords
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    • Emotional Intelligence for kids

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Tools to Cool
Finding Ways to Cope
by Stephanie Scott

Can you find something you might do to wiggle your worries away? What about something that smells like chocolate and feels warm to touch, or a place where you can go to feel safe? Can you find something you may dream upon, shooting across the dark sky? See if you can find over 20 hidden coping tools and strategies in this ultimate seek and find book with a social-emotional learning twist! Chill. You’ve got this! Tools to Cool creates opportunity for readers to enrich their reading and learning experience by exploring coping skills they may use while at school, home or even out in the community. This book will inspire readers to communicate their feelings, learn new coping tools, and overcome challenges in a fun-filled way while building their emotional intelligence. The adventures within are best for ages 5-10.

A graduate of Ryerson University’s Child and Youth Care Program, Stephanie Scott has been working with children, youth and adults with complex needs and mental health challenges in various settings for over a decade. She has found inspiration in their unique journeys. She hopes to provide an outlet for others to gain awareness, communicate their needs, learn coping tools, and obtain skills that fosters positive change and healthy development through her published children’s books. Stephanie’s award-winning debut children’s book Buckle Up: A Children’s Imaginary Journey about Self-Control is the first in her collection that promotes social-emotional learning. When she is not working, she enjoys writing and creating resources, travelling, listening to music, and organizing! She also loves spending time with family and friends who bring light, love, and humour into her life. She currently resides in Southwestern Ontario, where she continues to pursue her goals in the child and youth care field.


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