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  • All Birds Have Anxiety

    All Birds Have Anxiety

    by Kathy Hoopmann

    Life as a bird can be stressful! From worrying about airplanes, windows, and getting enough worms to eat, it is clear that birds can be anxious beings. Through a light-touch, quizzical depiction of bird behaviour, All Birds Have Anxiety uses colourful images and astute explanations to explore with gentle humour what it means to live with anxiety day-to-day, and how to begin to deal with it. Following the style of the bestselling All Cats Have Asperger Syndrome and All Dogs Have ADHD, wonderful colour photographs express the complex and difficult...

  • Big and Me

    Big and Me

    by David Miller

    Big and Small are machines that work together as a team, But some days Big goes a bit wobbly, and I get a lot worried. Through the book Big malfunctions in a variety of ways and Small tries to help with the assistance of The Boss, Mechanic and Tools. A metaphor for a child living with an adult who suffers from mental illness. Age 7+ Hardback book *David Miller* was born in Sydney during the second World War. This is his fourteenth picture book and the fifth that he has written....

  • Bipolar Bear: A Resource to Talk About Mental Health

    Bipolar Bear: A Resource to Talk About Mental Health

    by Victoria Remmel

    Sometimes Bipolar Bear finds himself at the bright North Pole or the dreary South Pole. Using tools he finds either on his own or with the help of his family, he is able to make his way back to his home. Cut out the sunglasses and the flashlight in the back to get involved, and if you flip through the pages quickly, you just may find a nice surprise! *Author Bio:* *Victoria Remmel* is the author of family-friendly short stories and comics. She has lived a life of daring...

  • Can I Tell You About Depression?: A guide for friends, family and professionals

    Can I Tell You About Depression?: A guide for friends, family and professionals

    by Christopher Dowrick

    Meet Julie – a woman who suffers from periods of depression. Julie and her family help readers to understand what depression is, what it is like to feel depressed and how it can affect their family life. She explains how coping with depression can sometimes be very difficult but there is support and help available that can relieve the feelings of depression. *Contents:* 1. Introducing myself. 2. What it feels like when I'm depressed. 3. What I think about when I'm depressed. 4. What I do when I'm...

  • Catching Thoughts

    Catching Thoughts

    by Bonnie Clark

    Have you ever had an unwelcome thought that you just couldn't get rid of, no matter how hard you tried to push it away? In Catching Thoughts, a girl is plagued by an unwanted thought. No matter what she does--ignore it, yell at it, cry about it--the thought won't go away. Frustrated and discouraged, she finally looks that bad thought in the face and says, ""Hello."" At last, she is able to notice other more beautiful, positive thoughts all around her. As she catches hold of new thoughts,...

  • Danny and the Blue Cloud: Coping With Childhood Depression

    Danny and the Blue Cloud: Coping With Childhood Depression

    by James Foley

    Danny was born under a blue cloud. He didn't know why, but sometimes the cloud made him cry. Some days he didn't want to get out of bed. Some days he was one big GROWL! With the help of Barnaby the rabbit, Danny learns to think more helpful thoughts, feel better about himself, and dance his way into a better mood! He practices Barnaby's "Feel-Good Rules" until his cloud turns lighter and brighter. Eventually, Danny learns that he has the power to turn even the biggest, bluest cloud...

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