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A vibrant picture book on what can be done with problems!
Rachel Rooney, well known award-winning poet, and Zehra Hicks have created a positive way of looking at the everyday problems of children and how to deal with them. The problems are all given a brightly coloured physical form to help children see them for what they are - and look at ways to deal with them.
The gently rhyming text suggests ways to deal with the problem, and that sharing a problem is a way to help dispose of it.
A lovely way to tackle a sometimes difficult subject in a way that will appeal to many children. Keep it in your classroom for those awkward moments when you can see a child is struggling and helpful to parents with an anxious child at home.
Have you ever met a Problem? They come in all shapes and sizes, and can pop up at the most inconvenient times. But you should know some things about them that will help you make them disappear...
This one-of-a-kind picture book will help little ones and grown-ups alike deal with their pesky problems, from award-winning children's poet Rachel Rooney and Macmillan Prize commended illustrator Zehra Hicks.
For fans of Ed Vere and Kes Gray.
Problems are given a physical form in this funny, insightful picture book which combines a thoughtful lyrical text with bouncy, bright art - The Bookseller - Editor's Choice
|Publication date:||5th March 2020|
|Publisher:||Andersen Press Ltd|
|Year Groups:||Early Years, Key Stage 1|
|Topics:||Family Issues, Personal Social Health Economic , Self-Awareness / Self-Esteem|
RACHEL ROONEY trained and worked as a teacher of Special Needs for many years before re-discovering her love of writing poetry. She was shortlisted for the CLiPPA Poetry Award in 2015 and 2019 and was longlisted for the Carnegie Medal. She has also been a judge for both the CLiPPA and the Betjeman Poetry Prize. Rachel was born in London and now lives in Brighton.More About Rachel Rooney