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No Worries: A Booklist for Kids

Updated: May 16, 2020

My Monster and Me by Nadiya Hussain

Wonderfully heartwarming and confidently crafted, Nadiya has written a touching tale about one little boy and his worry monster. Conveying such a powerful and positive message about opening up and confiding with loved ones, My Monster and Me makes a truly fantastic tool for supporting both children and parents in talking about their worries and anxieties. Accompanied with Ella Bailey's endearing illustrations, this really is an all-round perfect package!

Brave Molly by Brooke Boynton-Hughes

What do you do when no one can see your monsters but you? At first, Molly runs from them. But they follow her down the sidewalk, getting in the way when she tries to make a new friend, popping up unexpectedly out of shadows, and multiplying. Until finally...Molly faces her fears.

Author-illustrator Brooke Boynton-Hughes delivers a modern classic in this moving wordless picture book that honors everyday acts of bravery and the power of friendship to banish the monsters, fears and anxieties that haunt us.



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