An ideal dip-in book for parents and practitioners wanting to help children open up about any problems they might be havingThere are lots of suggestion for things children can think about and actions they can take to make themselves feel better.Notes for Parents and Carers at the end and a useful 'Feelings Glossary' make this a wonderful book that readers will want to go back to again and again.From Molly Potter, PSHE expert and bestselling author of How Are You Feeling Today? and Will You Be My Friend?Helps children to understand and accept their scarier feelings, as well as developing emotional literacyLet's Talk books help you start meaningful conversations with your child. Written by an expert and covering topics like feelings, relationships, diversity and mental health, these comforting picture books support healthy discussion right from the start.Molly Potter has spent many years teaching in both mainstream schools and a pupil referral unit for children with emotional and behavioural difficulties, helping them to trust adults, develop self-esteem and learn to self-regulate Follow Molly on Twitter @PotterMolly, on Facebook facebook.com/Mollypotterbooks and discover more resources at www.mollypotter.com Sarah Jennings has been illustrating children's books since graduating in 2013, and is the illustrator of all the Molly Potter picture books as well as The Bunny Adventures series. Follow Sarah on Twitter @Sarahjscribbles and visit her website: sarahjenningsillustration.comWhat's Worrying You? is a book all about helping children understand their worries, and what to do when they feel overwhelmed by their thoughts and feelings. We all have worries now and then, but sometimes worries can feel like they're getting bigger and bigger, like you can't control them anymore. What do you do then? Each page takes the child step-by-step through different worry scenarios, such as falling out with a friend, getting in trouble at school, or feeling like no one is listening. It talks about how they might feel, what they might think, and what could help them to ease the anxiety. With fun and lively illustrations from Sarah Jennings, gentle guidance on developing emotional literacy, and simple advice for tackling problems they might face, What's Worrying You? is the perfect book for helping children deal with those trickier feelings and gain confidence in the world around them. There are also notes at the back of the book for parents and carers for helping children talk about worries, as well as a useful 'Feelings Glossary'. Let's Talk books help you start meaningful conversations with your child. Written by an expert and covering topics like feelings, relationships, diversity and mental health, these comforting picture books support healthy discussion right from the start.From best-selling author Molly Potter and illustrator Sarah Jennings comes a new book for small children with big worries. A step-by-step guide for helping young children understand and deal with their worries.
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Molly Potter has spent many years teaching in both mainstream schools and a pupil referral unit for children with emotional and behavioural difficulties, helping them to trust adults, develop self-esteem and learn to self-regulate. Molly has also been a county advisor for all things PSHE (personal, social, health and economic) with a special focus on RSE (relationships and sex education) where she developed her keen interest in how best to help children navigate life's tricky elements. Her own two children (and guinea pigs) roll their eyes at her openness when it comes to delivering the honest facts! Along with writing books, Molly currently writes teaching resources for different organisations, delivers training to teachers and practitioners, and gives one-to-one support to children, focused mainly on developing emotional literacy. Molly is the author of the best-selling picture book How Are You Feeling Today? as well as a whole range of fantastic books for supporting PSHE. Follow Molly on Twitter @PotterMolly, on Facebook facebook.com/Mollypotterbooks and discover more resources at www.mollypotter.comAt a very young age Sarah discovered a love of drawing and has been scribbling in a sketchbook ever since! Since graduating in 2013 she has worked on a variety of books. Sarah works from her home studio in the company of her three-legged cat, Calvin.