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BOB'S BAD DAY

BOB'S BAD DAY

Children's Books

Bob is sad but Bob is a balloon and balloons are
supposed to be happy all the time. So when he decides to float away from a birthday party, another balloon chases after him to help him realize he is not alone.


Sometimes children feel sad or anxious or afraid, and although that’s normal and okay, sometimes they deny or avoid those feelings, hoping they go away.
This heartfelt, enlightening book is about helping children put names to their feelings. By putting names to their feelings, children are given the power
to make choices about what can be done about them. Teaching children at a young age to identify what they are feeling will go a long way to helping them be in touch with their own emotions as grown-ups.

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Bob's Bad Day

Sometimes children feel sad or anxious or afraid, and although that's normal and okay, sometimes they deny or avoid those feelings. This heartfelt book is about helping children put names to their feelings. By putting names to their feelings, children are given the power to make choices about what can be done about them. My hope is that by teaching children to be attuned to what they are feeling, and putting names to those feelings, they will grow into adulthood with a healthy understanding of themselves.

Nuh-uh, no way, not happening, I AM NOT GOING TO SCHOOL!

Nuh-uh, no way, not happening, I AM NOT GOING TO SCHOOL!

Children's Books

A young banana likes being part of a bunch, but he's growing up and it's time to head off to school. Only he's afraid to go alone, and he'll do anything to stop the narrator from making him go. That is...until he's shown all the fun things he'll miss out on if he doesn't go to school.

Funny and absurd, this story of one stubborn banana will ease the anxiety of any child heading off to school for the first time. 

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Nuh-uh, no way, not happening, I AM NOT GOING

I use humor in my books because I find it to be a great anxiety buster. This book addresses the separation anxiety that many children feel heading off to school for the first time (or for any activity that they may have to do alone). I know of which I speak, as I experienced separation anxiety myself when I stood in the corridor while my mother tried to convince me to go into the classroom. I finally agreed but then refused to take the class photo—that was a bridge too far!

We Don't Like Heights!

Children's Books

Since when is a kite afraid of heights? Well, this one is! But when he discovers a hot-air balloon, an airplane, and even a rocketship all possess the same fear, he begins to discover that they are not all that different from one another.

This absurd, humorous story is about children understanding that being afraid of something is okay and normal.

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I don't like to fly

This book uses the fear of heights to address the anxiety fear creates, but I wanted to address the subject in a funny and unassuming way. I often use humor to talk about important issues, such as anxiety and fear, as I find humor takes the sting out of such emotions. I also like using humor that appeals to the parents (i.e., inside jokes, etc.) because the parent may be reading the book over and over (and OVER!) again. Parents need to have fun too, you know?

I'm afraid of spiders.

I like to use humor to talk about important issues, such as anxiety and fear, as I find humor takes the sting out of such emotions. I also like using humor that appeals to the parents (i.e., inside jokes, etc.) because the parent may be reading the book over and over (and OVER!) again. And when the parent laughs (I hope!), the child will see the parent enjoying the book as well and this, I believe, creates a lovely connection between them.

I'm afraid of spiders

I like to use humor to talk about important issues, such as anxiety and fear, as I find humor takes the sting out of such emotions. I also like using humor that appeals to the parents (i.e., inside jokes, etc.) because the parent may be reading the book over and over (and OVER!) again.

I'm afraid of spiders

I like to use humor to talk about important issues, such as anxiety and fear, as I find humor takes the sting out of such emotions. I also like using humor that appeals to the parents (i.e., inside jokes, etc.) because the parent may be reading the book over and over (and OVER!) again.

I don't like to fly

I like to use humor to talk about important issues, such as anxiety and fear, as I find humor takes the sting out of such emotions. I also like using humor that appeals to the parents (i.e., inside jokes, etc.) because the parent may be reading the book over and over (and OVER!) again.

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