Storytelling for Healing

Stories that help kids and their grown-ups soothe big feelings

Featuring exclusively on Kinderling Kids Radio, the Storytelling for Healing series helps kids and their grown-ups soothe those big feelings in creative ways.

Written by journalist, author and mum, Amy Molloy, with illustrations by graphic designer and art director, Melissa Mylchreest.

The series is written in line with the NSW primary school curriculum for personal development and the national Early Years Learning Framework for Australia (aged 0-5), to help kids and their families build resilience and cope with everyday challenges.

BUY - Available direct at amymolloy.com or online at Booktopia

LISTEN - Below or download this story, and many more, in the Kinderling app.

Read by Travis Nippard. Sound design by Will Ryan.

Published by Amy Molloy.

Catch up on recent Storytelling for Healing episodes

23 March

The Happiest Sadness of All

Sometimes we can feel two feelings at the same time. We can be excited and nervous, happy and sad, or caring and angry. Written by journalist, author and mum, Amy Molloy, this is a pocket-sized story with practical tips to help kids and their parents and carers manage those big feelings.

23 March

I Fill this Food with Love

Do you ever feel too full to eat because your belly is full with so many feelings?

Written by journalist, author and mum, Amy Molloy, this is a pocket-sized story to help kids and their parents and carers connect feelings, mealtimes and mindfulness.

23 March

Maisie’s Morning Chickens

Mornings weren’t Maisie’s favourite time of day, but things change when she meets a chicken who loves mornings! Written by journalist, author and mum, AmyMolloy, this story will help kids and their parents and carers tackle mornings in a different, calmer way. 

23 March

The Sacred Spaceship

'It can be scary going to a new place for the first time. It can feel strange when you face change of any kind.' So begins The Sacred Spaceship written by journalist, author and mum, Amy Molloy. A bedtime story about an astronaut and how to tackle those big feelings. 

23 March

How to Recycle Your Feelings

This thoughtful book helps kids and their grown-ups soothe big and difficult feelings in creative ways. Written by journalist, author and Mum, Amy Molloy, this is the first book in her Storytelling for Healing series, featuring exclusively on Kinderling Kids Radio.