William Wobbly and the Very Bad Day
This beautiful illustrated storybook focuses on when feelings get too big, a meaningful story for children who struggle to manage their emotions.
From the "Therapeutic Parenting Books" series created to help parents, carers, social workers and other professionals help traumatised children.
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A story about when feelings become too big. William wobbly lashes out and doesn't understand why. He doesn't mean to and gets in trouble.
A perfect story for any child who struggles to manage emotions. These therapeutic story books have been written to help parents/carers, social workers and other professionals heal traumatised children. Each story has lovely illustrations and engaging and meaningful content. To the back there are notes explaining the reasoning behind the story, providing strategies and supportive techniques that could be tried.
The authors are an adoptive parent and Director of Fostering Attachments Ltd which delivers training on therapeutic parenting and her daughter who is a trainer at the same establishment. For 3-10yrs.
Titles include: William Wobbly and the Very Bad Day (when feelings get too bad) 57079, Sophie Spikey has a Very Big Problem (refusing help and being in control) 57080, William Wobbly and the Mysterious Holey Jumper (fear, anxiety and coping) 57081, Charley Chatty and the Disappearing Pennies (lying and stealing) 57082, Rosie Rudely and the Very Annoying Parent (a child scared of getting too close to others) 57083, Charley Chatty and the Wiggly Worry Worm (insecurity and attention-seeking) 57084, Katie Careful and the Very Sad Smile (attachment difficulties, anxiety and clingy behaviour) 57085, Rosie Rudely and the Enormous Chocolate Mountain (hunger, over-eating and using food for comfort) 57086, Callum Kindly and the Very Weird Child (sharing your home) 57115.