Kit Kitten lives with her parent Kizz Cat. Kit can't understand why sometimes Kizz Cat seems sad and faraway and others times is busy and rushes about. Kit is sometimes cold and confused in this topsy turvy world and needs help to find ways to tell others about the big, medium and small feelings which have got stuck inside. Luckily for Kit, Kindly Cat comes along.
Many children live in homes where things are chaotic and parents or carers are distracted and emotionally unavailable to them.
This storybook, designed for children aged 2 to 6, includes feelings based activities to build a child's emotional awareness and vocabulary.
A helpful tool for use by parents, carers, social workers and other professionals to enable young children to begin to name and talk about their feelings.
Jane Evans is a Trauma Parenting Specialist and Freelance Trainer. She has worked as a respite foster carer, a domestic violence parenting worker, a registered child minder and a family support worker.
She is the author of: How Are You Feeling Today Baby Bear?: Exploring Big Feelings After Living in a Stormy Home
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