How Big Are Your Worries Little Bear? by Jayneen Sanders

Fri 20 April 2018

Sometimes kids worry about things, like monsters under the bed, learning how to spell, or kicking goals at soccer practise - just like Little Bear. But with Mama Bear’s help, he learns how to deal with his worries. Written by Jayneen Sanders and illustrated by Stephanie Fizer Coleman, this is an engaging and practical book to help kids manage anxious thoughts and build resilience. Buy your own copy of the book here, published by Educate2Empower Publishing.

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