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The Worry Box

By (author) Suzanne Chiew
Illustrated by Sean Julian
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Little Tiger Press Group, London, United Kingdom
Imprint: Little Tiger Press
Published: 3rd May 2018
Dimensions: w 251mm h 287mm d 9mm
Weight: 447g
ISBN-10: 1848698291
ISBN-13: 9781848698291
Barcode No: 9781848698291
Murray Bear has lots of worries. What if the waterfall he's visiting is too loud? What if he's not very good at climbing? And what if all his friends laugh at him? With the help of his sister, Milly, Murray makes a special box in which to keep all his worries. But can the worry box really help? With wonderfully soft illustrations from Sean Julian (I'll Love You For Ever, A Friend Like You, Bear Can't Sleep!), this is the perfect book for children dealing with anxiety or feeling nervous about starting at a new school or nursery.

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"With children seemingly more suceptible than ever to anxiety and stress, this charming book presents strategies for coping with life's uncertainties." -- The Financial Times "This gentle, reassuring story is a wonderful companion book for any child who may be dealing with anxiety or feeling nervous." -- Lancashire Evening Post "Very useful for teaching children to open and share their worries with someone else to make them feel smaller." -- Library Girl and Book Boy "The Worry Box is a wonderful and very useful book for children who have lots of worries. Through this lovely story children can learn a very helpful strategy that they can then use themselves to deal with things that make them anxious." -- SEN Resources "Here is a charming picture book that teaches the very youngest children that sharing our worries makes them feel smaller and less scary. Cleverly titled and packed with wisdom and warmth, The Worry Box has been carefully created at a time when we are engaging in conversations about mental health more than ever before." -- Lancashire Evening Post "This is a thoughtful book which really homes in on what worries young children, encouraging them to share their worries and overcome them. They will readily identify with Murray Bear..." -- Parents In Touch