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  • All About Ben: Helping Children with Attachment Issues to Understand Their Feelings

    All About Ben: Helping Children with Attachment Issues to Understand Their Feelings

    by D Markham & A O'Donnell

    'When I am ready, I need you to talk to me and help me understand my feelings...' This reassuring story helps children aged 5+ with attachment issues to understand their feelings, open up to a caring adult and learn how to choose positive behaviours. Ben is made up of lots of different 'parts' - to name a few, he has happy, caring, angry, excited, hugging and yelling parts. Ben explains how all these parts are okay, and that a caring adult can help you to understand and manage...

  • Counting on You

    Counting on You

    by Corinne Fenton

    A celebration of the strength that love can provide through the highs and lows of everyday life. On race-with-the-wind days, reach-for-the-sky days, sail-to-tomorrow days, and on the days I could fly! On those tummy-too-full days, I can’t-find-my-socks days, sometimes-I-forget days, and on the days when I cry . . . you hug me closer, squeeze me tighter, make things better, you’re always there. Beautiful illustrations by Robin Cowcher created in a limited colour palette make it a perfect gift for young and old. View extract

  • Hugless Douglas

    Hugless Douglas

    by David Melling

    Hugless Douglas will warm your heart: this is an adorable picture book about a bear called Douglas. He's a big bear with an even bigger heart and wants to share his love. When he wakes up one day needing a hug (we all have days like that) he sets about finding the right person for the job and yet no one quite fits the bill. I am reminded of the wonderful similarity to Goldilocks and the Three Bears and indeed, many nursery rhymes and fairy tales in which...

  • Just Like My Mum

    Just Like My Mum

    by David Melling

    Have you ever wanted to be just like your mum? Well here is a story just for you! This little lion cub wants to be like his mother, and is keen to point out the similarities between him and his mum! But when it comes to certain things, there's no one just like Mum. A funny tale with adorable illustrations showing the importance of mother love. Forget the flowers....the perfect gift for any mother, for any occasion.  

  • Mum and Dad Glue

    Mum and Dad Glue

    by Kes Gray

    An incredibly powerful book about a boy coming to terms with his parents’ divorce by Kes Gray and Lee Wildish. A little boy tries to find a pot of parent glue to stick his mum and dad back together. His parents have come undone and he wants to mend their marriage, stick their smiles back on and make them better. This story is brilliantly told with a powerful message that even though his parents may be broken, their love for him is not. Divorce is an unhappy fact...

  • Not Now, Bernard

    Not Now, Bernard

    by David McKee

    The perennial and well-loved classic picture book story about parents too preoccupied to notice their own child. Without doubt, all parents are sometimes (or often) guilty of ignoring the requests of their children for attention because the parents are trying to accomplish some (to them) important task. 'Not Now, Bernard' illustrates the folly of this policy and the disastrous consequences for both Bernard's existence and for a moster's self-respect.

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