‘I Have a Friend Who is Sad’ follows a young Bulldog on a journey of feelings that may be experienced by a child that feels neglected.
The story is not all sad; as you follow the Bulldog's journey, you will notice the hidden friends in every beautifully illustrated page. The message of this book is simple....' There is always someone who cares'.
Steven Schuback is a Brisbane author who dedicates his children's books to making children feel good about themselves. This time, Steven has teamed up with Author and Publisher Julieann Wallace from Lillypilly Publishing and illustrator Shez Kennington. Published to empower, educate, protect and support children and point them in the direction of wonderful organisations such as Bravehearts and Kids Help Line, if they "have a friend who is sad".
A sensitive, detailed and informative guide to male puberty, invaluable for young boys and parents alike, tackles key subjects from physical changes to emotional ones. Bright, stylish original colour illustrations and diagrams reveal everything young boys need to know about the changes they experience as they near puberty. Written in a witty yet factual and clear style that makes this confusing and tricky subject approachable. Includes basic details on what's happening to girls, too. Written in conjunction with medical and counselling experts. How do I shave? When will my voice break? What’s... More info
Lee and his friend Polly love to play Brave Knight. Sometimes even though they are having fun and creating great adventures they might end up in some unsafe situations. This story aims to reinforce the ideas of Protective Behaviours through exploring what someone might do if they found themselves in an unsafe place and how they could use their Network to help them be safe again. It is hoped this story will assist in talking through some of the key ideas about Protective Behaviours and reinforce that: 'We all... More info
*Publish Date*: 1st April 2014 Social stories are a wonderful way for children to explore learning and mindfulness. Children love to tell stories, role-play stories and teach others what they learn from stories. Research supports that mindful meditation calms the brain, inspires creativity and enhances cognitive and social-emotional skills. The reflections in The Magic Box incorporate simple relaxation exercises and visualizations designed to improve children’s self-esteem and confidence and reduce stress and anxiety. Practiced regularly, these exercises can have a profound effect on children’s mental, emotional and physical wellbeing *Author Bio:* *Marneta Viegas* is founder... More info