Rolling Thunder Finds His Herd: Reducing kids’ anxiety in new environments.
In this delightful tale for ages three to eight, Rolling Thunder, a shiny black horse, faces the challenge of moving to a new herd. Things look gloomy until Gracie, a kind, motherly mare encourages him to be himself. See how he learns to trust his true nature and make new friends.
Another in the Conscious Stories collection, this beautifully illustrated book is crafted to reduce anxiety and encourage children to be themselves in new situations like changing schools or joining a new class. It teaches kids to drop their need for performance and simply be themselves.
The book ends with Rolling Thunder’s Friendly Questions, a playful activity page to help parents connect more deeply with their children about showing up as their real, authentic selves.
A rich story based on truth, authenticity, and relationship. Rolling Thunder captures the essence of each horse as well as the energy of the herd, softness, and acceptance, giving us the chance to learn about ourselves. - Prof. Duey Freeman, MA LPC Gestalt Equine Institute of the Rockies
Our new favorite book in this series! Being comfortable in your own skin (and soul) is one of the most liberating lessons a child can receive. - Akira Chan and Renee Airya Co-founders of Little Humans by Mindvalley
The story of Rolling Thunder beautifully captures the heart and imagination of children and adults and provides a unique and applicable reference for new social situations and interactions. - John and Bernadette Spillane. Happy Dog Ranch Foundation, Inc.