No Biggy!: A Story About Overcoming Everyday Obstacles



The Empowering Book Sweeping The Nation That S Helping Kids And Parents Successfully Manage FrustrationGetting Frustrated Is A Part Of Life And, Whether Kiki Is Working On Squeezing Toothpaste Right Onto Her Toothbrush, Getting The Zipper To Slide All The Way Up Her Jacket, Or Spreading Cream Cheese On A Bagel, She Learns To Take A Deep Breath, Say No Biggy , And Try Again After All, Things Don T Always Go Exactly As Expected On The First Try Kiki Even Teaches Her Mom And Dad A Thing Or Two Yes, Grown Ups Get Frustrated, Too Bright And Encouraging Illustrations Picture Kiki Throughout Her Day, Right Up To Her Big Bedtime Bubble Bath Filled With Love And Positivity, No Biggy Is Certain To Become The Go To, Favorite Saying In Your HomeNo Biggy!: A Story About Overcoming Everyday Obstacles

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  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • No Biggy!: A Story About Overcoming Everyday Obstacles
  • Elycia Rubin
  • 10 April 2019
  • 1635650488

10 thoughts on “No Biggy!: A Story About Overcoming Everyday Obstacles

  1. says:

    This book has a really good lesson of taking things easy, have patience, and how making mistakes is okay by simply saying, No Biggy Great concept The illustrations are wonderfully drawn with cute characters and awesome colors I would recommend this book to preschoolers so they can see a good example of not getting super frustrated when something doesn t work out Great lesson for everyone actually, regardless of age.

  2. says:

    Perfect for any feelings Storytime It gives kids the opportunity to put the situation in its proper place by shouting No Biggy Kids love books they can actively participate in and this is perfect for that Frustration is a tough subject as it s one kids feel often when they are learning and growing Putting situations in their proper place gives kids the coping skills they need for when they are on their own This story reminds me of an unforgettable moment at the library I was working in o Perfect for any feelings Storytime It gives kids the opportunity to put the situation in its proper place by shouting No Biggy Kids love books they can actively participate in and this is perfect for that Frustration is a tough subject as it s one kids feel often when they are learning and growing Putting situations in their proper place gives kids the coping skills they need for when they are on their own This story reminds me of an unforgettable moment at the library I was working in our holds area where patrons pick up items they asked for from other libraries and a mom with her three kids came into get their holds While the mom was picking up their holds, her little tyke barely walking age started pulling a few books off the lower shelves Her brother, probably notthan five years old, noticed what she was doing and politely tapped his mom on the side He waited and when she looked to him he said, Mom, Bridget is getting into a moderate amount of trouble at the moment No joke He didn t make a fuss or try to stop her He sized up the situation and respectful alerted his mom Amazing

  3. says:

    At its core, I think NO BIGGY has its heart in the right place though one could argue that as the antics escalate, the lack of lesson consequences trumps the well meaning ode to dismissing frustration It s a great book for kids that huff and puff when the smallest things go wrong, and I especially liked how the tiny mishaps took place in both the home and in a school environment which will show kids how that state of mind can be generalized no matter the setting Illustrations have an ex At its core, I think NO BIGGY has its heart in the right place though one could argue that as the antics escalate, the lack of lesson consequences trumps the well meaning ode to dismissing frustration It s a great book for kids that huff and puff when the smallest things go wrong, and I especially liked how the tiny mishaps took place in both the home and in a school environment which will show kids how that state of mind can be generalized no matter the setting Illustrations have an exaggerated effect and fit the contained chaos vibe of the text well

  4. says:

    I tend to prefer books that teach lessons without being too obvious about it Older kids would be bored with this one obvious lesson, not much humor Preschoolers might enjoy Not a storytime book, but might be a good recommendation for parents looking to teach preschoolers about making mistakes, trying again, and dealing with emotions Cute illustrations.

  5. says:

    Ever get upset when you try to brush your teeth and the toothpaste plops off into the sink What about when your doggy comes in and gets mud all over the place We all have moments of frustration and need to learn that it really isn t worth being angry at A great book for both parents and children to handle stressful situation and realize, hey no biggy

  6. says:

    A good book to teach kids how to deal with frustration Although, it seemed like an act first apologize later behavior but then I may have been having a cranky day when I read this dealing with people who like to make mess in places they shouldn t.Apparently, this was first self published then picked up and redid with a new illustrator.

  7. says:

    This book was just what I was looking for to encourage my first grader to look for the solution instead of focusing on the problem This book is perfect Also, we love big dogs and this story had one.

  8. says:

    Getting frustrated is part of life This book takes you through a young girl s joys and irritations as she learns to cope when things don t go her way.Talk about grit, overcoming frustrations, working to solve situations.

  9. says:

    I like the concept, but I think that the message could have been delivered better The idea that things are no biggy is great, but instances when there might be consequences or a lesson to be learned are dismissed.

  10. says:

    Ugh, that was adorable And a great lesson too

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