This book addresses children's worries with humor and imagination, as hilarious scenarios teach kids the use of perspective and the art of creative problem—solving.
Effective, But Thoroughly Entertaining Teaching ToolIs a Worry Worrying You? is a cute book with an interesting way of teaching children the definition of worries, and how to get rid of the worries that plague them. The book starts with a few pages of examples of what a worry is, how it comes about, and what is feels like. Mid way through the book seamlessly shifts gears to laying out several examples of situations that children can find themselves in by worrying, along with a simple, but very practical approach to what they should do to remedy it.
I recommend this book especially to children ages four through eight. It is a wonderful conversation starter, and a particular must have if you have a little worrywart on your hands.
Is a Worry Worrying You
by Ferida Wolf and Harriet May Savitz
Illustrations by Marie Letourneau
Published 2005 by Tanglewood