Dr. Huebner is the author of 9 award-winning self-help books for children.
Described as “must have” resources for parents, teachers, and therapists, with well over 1 million copies in 23 languages, Dr. Huebner’s books engage children in the process of learning practical skills they can put to immediate use. Lively, encouraging, and easy to follow, Dr. Huebner’s books motivate children to think and act in new ways, empowering them to work toward change.
Dr. Huebner’s newest book, Something Bad Happened, is a one-of-a-kind resource guiding children through the process of learning about major news events. Her prior books, including Outsmarting Worry and the What to Do Guides for Kids, teach specific cognitive-behavioral strategies to help children break free from the problems that hold them hostage.
Dr. Huebner’s books are helping children around the world with foreign language translations including:
Arabic العربية | Chinese (Traditional) 漢語 | Chinese (Simplified ) 汉语 |Danish dansk | Dutch Nederlands | French français | Greek ελληνικά | Hebrew עִברִית | Hungarian Magyar | Icelandic íslenska | Italian italiano | Japanese 日本語 | Korean 한국어 | Polish Polskie | Portuguese Português | Romanian Română | Spanish español | Turkish Türkçe | Vietnamese Tiếng Việt
When children learn about something BIG and BAD — even when they hear only bits and pieces — their brains get busy trying to make sense of it. This indispensable book guides 6 to 12-year-olds and the adults who care about them through tough conversations about serious world events. Read more.
Worry has a way of growing, shifting from not-a-big-deal to a VERY BIG DEAL in the blink of an eye. Read more.
If your worries have grown so big that they bother you almost every day, this book is for you. Read more.
If you’re a kid whose temper quickly flares, a kid whose anger gets too big, too hot, too fast, this book is for you. Read more.
Bedtime is tough for many kids. If you’re a kid who dreads your bed, and are convinced that nothing short of magic will make nighttime easier, this book is for you. Read more.
Did you know that people have brain sorters that keep their brains from getting cluttered with unnecessary thoughts? Sometimes these brain sorters get mixed up, though, holding onto thoughts that frighten kids. If this has happened to you, if it’s hard for you to feel safe or sure of yourself because scary thoughts have gotten stuck, this book is for you. Read more.
Did you know that life is like an obstacle course? It’s exciting and fun, but full of tricky spots to get through. If you’re a kid who feels so frustrated by those tricky spots that it’s hard to enjoy the good things in life, this book is for you. Read more.
Lots of kids have habits they wish they could lose. But habits are stronger than wishes. They lock on, holding you tight. Even if you want to break free, you can’t. Unless you have the keys. Read more.
This is the story of Anna, a child whose worries get the best of her. Anna is frustrated when adults tell her to just stop worrying, a task that seems impossible to her. Anna meets a psychologist who teaches her cognitive-behavioral techniques to use when worries arise. These techniques are presented in enough detail to allow children reading the book to learn, as Anna learns, how to control worries. Read more.