Supporting Executive Function Through Books
Engaging stories that support children’s attention, working memory, and flexible thinking skills
I Got The Rhythm
Written by Connie Schofield-Morrison and illustrated by Frank Morrison, this story features a girl who discovers the rhythm throughout her neighborhood. She taps, shakes, and snaps to the rhythms all around her!
The Curious Garden
Written and illustrated by Peter Brown, this is the story of a little boy who cares for a very unique garden over many years.
Written by Tami Charles and illustrated by Jacqueline Alcántara, this is the story of a little girl who helps her grandmother make their family’s special soup. As they cook, the grandmother shares the soup’s history in a very vivid and captivating way.
Chimpanzees for Tea
Written and illustrated by Jo Empson, this story is about a boy who goes shopping for his mother. But when he loses the grocery list, Vincent has a hard time remembering what he needs to buy!
Not a Box
Written and illustrated by Antoinette Porter, this book is about a bunny whose imagination and creativity turns a box into everything but a box!
TEACHING THROUGH BOOKS