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Join William Wobbly, Sophie Spikey, Rosie Rudey and more in this collection of all nine Sarah Naish therapeutic storybooks for children.

The collection includes the following titles, each one written specifically for children who have experienced trauma:

Callum Kindly and the Very Weird Child: A story about sharing your home with a new child
Charley Chatty and the Disappearing Pennies: A story about lying and stealing
Charley Chatty and the Wiggly Worry Worm: A story about insecurity and attention-seeking
Katie Careful and the Very Sad Smile: A story about anxious and clingy behaviour
Rosie Rudey and the Enormous Chocolate Mountain: A story about hunger, overeating and using food for comfort
Rosie Rudey and the Very Annoying Parent: A story about a prickly child who is scared of getting close
Sophie Spikey Has a Very Big Problem: A story about refusing help and needing to be in control
William Wobbly and the Mysterious Holey Jumper: A story about fear and coping
William Wobbly and the Very Bad Day: A story about when feelings become too big

Written by a mum who understands, and her daughter (who used to have a lot of difficult feelings), these insightful stories are for all children functioning at age 3-10, and will help the whole family.

Reviews

This [library] deals with common emotional and behavioural difficulties of adopted and fostered children... These books should be available in every adoption agency for use by social workers or to be lent to parents.
Professor Julie Selwyn CBE, Director of the Hadley Centre for Adoption and Foster Care Studies, University of Bristol
This is me, Mummy, I feel like that, I am not the only one, Mummy.
Beth, aged 9
[The therapeutic parenting series] are the most valuable books on my book shelf.
Foster carer

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