When a bad storm hits the neighborhood, Daniel Tiger gets scared. This book teaches the wonderful lesson we learned from Mr. Rogers: no matter what happens, there are always helpers. If we see something scary or experience something scary, always remember to look for the helpers.
While the kids watch their parents closely, the parents are following something on the news that is clearly distressing. The kids try to be extra well behaved and do small kind things for their family. This lovely story helps kids see that they can participate and act as a helper for their family and maybe even the world.
Emma and Josh talk with their families about the shooting of a Black man in their community, which helps them understand and stand up for racial justice. Includes an excellent guide for parents and caregivers to help address racism with young children.