|Publisher:||Little, Brown Books for Young Readers|
|Product dimensions:||8.80(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.30(d)|
|Age Range:||3 - 6 Years|
About the Author
Todd Parr has inspired and empowered children around the world with his bold images and positive messages. He is the bestselling author of more than forty books, including The Goodbye Book, The Family Book, The I Love You Book, and It's Okay to be Different. He lives in Berkeley, California.
Date of Birth:July 9, 1962
Place of Birth:Rock Springs, Wyoming
Education:High school diploma
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
My kids and I love this book. My son has been saying he's scared, when in fact he is not for lack of a better reason to not want to try things. This book helped him to use the phrase less often.
Another in the Todd Parr feelings books. With simple text and simple illustrations, Todd Parr talks about common fears children have and how to not be afraid.¿Sometimes I¿m scared of what¿s under my bed.I¿m not scared once I clean everything out and see all my favorite toys.Sometimes I¿m scared when my family argues.I¿m not scared when we hug and say I¿m sorry.¿
This is a colourful book aimed at young kidlets to help them acknowledge and face their fears. Throughout the book common childhood fears including the dark, dogs, what’s under your bed, storms, arguments and getting lost in a store are addressed, along with ways to overcome fear in those situations. Encouraging children to tell someone about their fears, this book offers some easy solutions and different ways of thinking about fears to help overcome them. A nightlight can help if you’re scared of the dark. Building a fort during a storm is a great distraction tool. I wasn’t aware that shopping for new underwear was scary as a kid (I know the price tags are scary for adults) but if it helps to wear your new undies on your head, more power to you! I loved the bright, cheerful illustrations and that there’s no judgement about having a fear in the first place. By offering suggestions of ways to overcome fears it empowers children to face their fears and perhaps even come up with some ideas of their own. I just wish our caped crusader on the cover image featured inside as well.