The Whale Who Felt a Little Blue: A Picture Book About Depression

The Whale Who Felt a Little Blue: A Picture Book About Depression

by Isla Wynter
The Whale Who Felt a Little Blue: A Picture Book About Depression

The Whale Who Felt a Little Blue: A Picture Book About Depression

by Isla Wynter

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Overview

Some days, Luka the blue whale doesn't feel happy at all. He gets angry, he's sad, he cries until the ocean is salty.

His friend Jenny wants to help Luka, but how?

Luckily, a wise mermaid might know what to do...

This lovingly illustrated picture book gently introduces children to the symptoms of depression and gives advice on how to help others who're feeling blue.

This book is recommended for:

  • Children with parents, siblings, friends or relatives suffering from depression
  • Children who show symptoms of depression and low mood
  • Adults of any age who want a simple and relatable insight into what it's like to have depression.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781913556297
Publisher: Peryton Press
Publication date: 06/22/2021
Pages: 32
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.09(d)
Age Range: 3 - 7 Years

About the Author

About The Author
Isla Wynter is a Scottish author who uses her whimsical imagination to create captivating children's books that are as heartwarming as they are adorable. Her charming stories often tackle important topics, such as depression and climate change, while still managing to be fun, cute, and entertaining for young readers.Whether she's exploring fantastical worlds filled with unicorns or diving into real-life issues for young audiences, Isla's books are perfect for snuggling up with a little one and enjoying a magical adventure together.When she's not setting pen to paper, Isla can often be found spending time with her beloved cat, who provides endless inspiration for her work. She also enjoys hiking in the Scottish highlands and exploring old castles, drawing on the stunning scenery to infuse her stories with a sense of wonder and enchantment.
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