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Dana E. Friedman, Ed. D., the president of The Early Years Institute in Plainview, NY, suggests five children's books for parents to read to their little ones that will help explain natural disasters and how to best deal with their effects.
The Berenstain Bears Count Their Blessings by Stan and Jan BerenstainDuring a frightful thunderstorm, Brother and Sister Bear learn that Mama and Papa's love and protection are better blessings than mere 'Bearbie' dolls and video games.
Michaelby Liesel Moak SkopenA little boy overcomes his fear of thunder in order to comfort his pet rabbit.Trinka and Sam The Rainy Windy Day (Read for free online in English or Spanish)by Chandra Ghosh Ippen, illustrated by Erich Ippen Jr.Two mouse friends remember a hurricane.
When Fuzzy Was Afraid of Big and Loud Thingsby Inger M. MaierFuzzy, a sheep, is encouraged by his father to imagine happier things whenever Fuzzy's fear of loud noises takes over.Clifford and the Big Stormby Norman BridwellClifford the Big Red Dog needs to evacuate form the shore due to a storm.
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