Ava is there to help her friends and her little brother with their worries, showing them how to talk it out, ask for support, and face new challenges. When she faces a visit to the dentist, though, Ava feels what it’s like to be worried herself. Will she take her own advice and help herself not worry?
Diego is a big help when his friends and his little sister feel scared for all kinds of reasons, from a loud thunderstorm to meeting a new dog to giving a talk in front of the class. Then, in his dark bedroom one spooky evening, it’s his turn to feel afraid. Will he know how to be brave and face his own fear?
Lily is good at noticing when others are feeling shy and helping them overcome their shyness. Lily helps a new student break out of her shell, urges a friend to join in at a party, and coaxes her sister to socialize when her sister’s feeling bashful. Then Lily goes to a new club by herself, and it’s her turn to feel timid. Can she follow her own example and move past her shy feelings?
Harry is great at helping others deal with anger. He helps his dad keep cool when his dad is running late for work, soothes his sister’s tantrums, and calms down his angry friend using strategies such as taking deep breaths, slowing down, counting to ten, and thinking about something else. But when Harry has to turn off his computer game, it’s his turn to be angry. Join Harry and his friends and family to see how he decides to handle his own angry feelings.