Jan

30

By Sue Carroll Duffy, Psy.D. RPT-S

Maggie and Mucky Moose are siblings.  Many times they get along wonderfully, but sometimes
Maggie likes to compete with Mucky and it makes him cry. All of the forest animals hear his cry.  They gather together to help Maggie and Mucky get along (12 pages).

$5.95



©Susanne Carroll Duffy, 2009

Jan

30

Circle of Bunnies

By Susanne Carroll Duffy, Psy.D.

This story is designed to bring up feelings around diversity. There are different types of bunnies in different types of lands, with different types of
preferences, but one day a storm comes and washes the land away.  All the bunnies are forced to the top of a hill, where they notice that there are other types of bunnies (12 pages).


$5.95

© Susanne Carroll Duffy, Psy.D. 2009

Jan

30

The Flower

By Sue Carroll Duffy, Psy.D. RPT-S

A young child loves to be with a beautiful flower.  She is saddened when it disappears with the
coming of winter.  When spring arrives, she realizes it was there even when she could not see it (11 pages).
$5.95





©Susanne Carroll Duffy, 2009

Jan

30

Where are you, Moose?By Sue Carroll Duffy, Psy.D. RPT-S

This is a good story for helping a group of children process the loss of a classmate after they have moved.  Maggie and Mucky Moose and their friends all go to school together and have many adventures.  One day Wolf moves to a new woods.  The friends go on an adventure to try to find Wolf but have no luck.  Children listening to the story are prompted to help Maggie and Mucky Moose and their friends find a way to keep in touch with wolf (12 pages).


$5.95

©Susanne Carroll Duffy, 2009

Jan

30

Where's Stripes? By Sue Carroll Duffy, Psy.D. RPT-S

A woman, a cat (Stripes) and a dog (Joy) all loved to be together at dinner time. Stripes loved to eat Joy’s food and Joy loved to eat the Stripes’ food. One day Stripes is not home at dinner time.  The woman and Joy call for Stripes and all kinds of other animals arrive. Finally they are all invited in for dinner, only to find Stripes eating Joy’s dog food. This story has many sound effects as each animal arrives. It addresses the feelings of anxiety related to separation. (13 Pages)

$5.95


©Susanne Carroll Duffy, 2009

Jan

30

Eagle Swims to Safety

By Sue Carroll Duffy, Psy.D. RPT-S

Eagle nearly drowns when a person in a boat attempts to help Eagle.  However, Eagle is too frightened to accept the help.  Finally he calms down and he is brought to safety.  (13 Pages)

$5.95

© Copyright Susanne Carroll Duffy, 2009

Jan

30

The Giant

Sue Carroll Duffy, Psy.D. RPT-S”

Unlike the other animals, Douglas Squirrel is unable to escape a fire moving through a Sequoia forest.  He finds refuge in “The Giant”, an old Sequoia with many scars, thick bark, and a hole in it’s “belly”. Douglas Squirrel watches the destruction of the forest, and finally the return of the other animals and new life made possible from the fire.

$5.95

Jan

30

The Moving Stories MethodBy Sue Carroll Duffy, Psy.D. RPT-S

This E-book describes the Moving Stories Method, theory and application for individuals, families, groups and classrooms.  It also includes ways to document the progress and process of Moving Stories.




$19.95 USD

Jan

30

Claude Flies an Airplane

By Lauren Simpson, LCSW

Claude lives with his mother and 10 sisters. He gets angry a lot. One day Calude gets so angry he decides to take flight in an airplane. Claude gets into trouble when he realizes he does not know how to get down. After asking for help, two geese come to teach him about breathing his way to the ground where his family is waiting for him.

$9.95





© Lauren Simpson, 2009, artwork by Jane Carroll