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Publication Date: 5 Jun 2014
Subject: Social sciences
Suitable for: Primary (Year 1)
|Hardback||9 May 2013||
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Explores what it is like to feel worried, and how to cope with this emotion in ourselves and others.
Books in the Dealing with Feeling... series help readers to identify their emotions, and provide tips and advice on how best to express and deal with them. This book looks at worry, including what it feels like to be worried, how to stop feeling worried, and how to help other people who might be feeling worried.
Read and learn is an extensive collection of non-fiction books that helps young readers discover and understand the world around them. Headings in the form of questions help children to focus and ask their own questions. Each book contains a glossary and an index, offering young readers an introduction to these important features of non-fiction text.
Book banded by the publisher.
p4 What is worry?
p6 What does it feel like to be worried?
p8 How do we know when someone is worried?
p10 Is it normal to feel worried?
p12 How can I deal with worries?
p14 Why is it good to share my worries?
p16 What if I can't talk about my feelings?
p18 Why should I deal with worries?
p20 How can I help someone who is feeling worried?
p22 Make a worry toolbox
p24 Find out more and index