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I knew broadly they focussed on the development of children’s emotional literacy, which I’m all in favour of, but that was all I knew. Stories can be scary I began to read, the pictures are beautiful and the story has a great rhythm. My daughter’s questions began – her confusion over the monster because this monster is addressed in the story as if it actually exists. I mean, I get it, this stuff is real for some kids.
She didn’t want to finish the book and that evening there was a bit of damage control to be done around night-time fear. But the plot or focus, eg, death, or in the previous book, fear, is developed quickly in these stories. There’s no gentle lead in, no real warning of the content and how it plays out and sometimes an identifiable strategy to help, sometimes this isn’t so apparent.
Helpful Teacher's Guide The Mental Health Foundation had given me the complete set of five books and the Teacher’s Guide for me to review.
I turned to the Teacher’s Guide looking for an explanation.
It just makes so much more sense – a few back pages added to each book and this vital information wouldn’t be missing for parents like me who dive right in expecting the story to do all the work.Register with us and content you save will appear here so you can access them to read later. I have a confession to make, whenever I’m asked to review children’s books, one of the first things I do is try them out on my children.On the go and no time to finish that story right now?