ABOUT TALKING-UP

Talking up is a series aiming to inspire and encourage emotional development Each short story has underlying meaning that can help develop your child and give them moral guidance in gaining an understanding of bullying, integration, physical disability to emotional control.

What is emotional intelligence? EQ is the way individuals recognize their own and other people’s emotions, gaining an understanding of feelings and being able to handle them appropriately. Emotions drive learning, decision making, creativity, relationships, and later health. We believe in harnessing the power of emotions to nurture a more compassionate society. These books have focused on the key topics of emptional growth: Self Management, Self Awareness and Social Awareness.
SCHOOLS

SCHOOLS


As a school, your responsibility lies in inculcating values within young minds that make the society a kinder place that reaps the best in its growing diversity.
PARENTS

PARENTS


Mums and Dads can also join in on enjoy exploring our story set, with reading to their little ones.
LITTLE ONES

LITTLE ONES


Studies such as the EIF report show that strong emotional skills, even before age 10, can make a big difference being able to manage groups and tasks.

Titles of the books

Temper, Temper, Tamarin

Temper, Temper, Tamarin


Tamarin is known for having a terrible temper and all his rainforest friends are afraid of him. Can he learn to control his anger even when things don't go right?
The Beaver and the Platypus

The Beaver and the Platypus


Betty the Beaver has never had a neighbour, especially one that looks as odd as Penny the Platypus. How will she cope with a foreign arrival so close to her home?
Born With no  Horn

Born With no
Horn


Mathilda is laughed at by all the other rhinos for not having a horn. A true rhino, she is told, must have a horn and use it wisely.

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