A refreshing, script-flipping take on the anxieties that creep into all of our lives. Emily Kilgore’s debut is approachable for all ages and, beyond being useful for discussing anxiety, the story following Cora is entertaining and thoughtful. Zoe Persico’s lavish illustrations jump right off the page to round out a really great picture book.
"Cora and her Whatifs have a charming appeal beyond their focus on tackling anxious thoughts, making an enjoyable read-aloud for wide audiences. . . . A thoroughly welcome addition to growing collections of socio-emotional development materials." -Kirkus Reviews
Cora is struggling with her Whatif questions ahead of a big piano recital in this timely picture book about overcoming anxiety.
What if my dog runs away?
What if I forget my homework?
What if the sun stops shining?
What if my crayon breaks?
Cora is constantly worrying about everything. Because of this, the Whatifs love her. They sneak up to her and give her all kinds of doubts: big or small, silly or frightening, likely or impossible. As she prepares for an upcoming piano recital, the Whatifs cling on tighter and drag her down, making her anxious about messing up during the concert. Will she be able to change her worry-filled thoughts into hopeful ones?
|Publisher:||little bee books|
|Product dimensions:||9.10(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.40(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 8 Years|
About the Author
Zoe Persico is an illustrator with a love for everything cute, colorful, and full of whimsy. When she's not working, she enjoys hiking, cooking, playing Dungeons & Dragons, hunting for good finds at the thrift store, and watching documentaries. She currently resides in sunny Florida with her significant other and their dog, Zombie.