‘Feeling Angry’ by Katie Douglass, read by Mrs Bowyer.
A humorous and engaging book to help young children understand and cope with difficult feelings.
‘Goldilocks’ by Jeanne Willis, read by Mrs Bowyer.
A hilarious cautionary tale for a new generation of internet-users.
‘Jazz Dog’ by Marie Voigt , read by Mrs Bowyer.
In a divided world of cats and dogs, one little dog chooses to follow the music in his heart . . . and changes his world forever.
‘Sometimes I Feel Sad’ by Tom Alexander , read by Mrs Bowyer.
Feeling sad is, unfortunately, a part of everyone’s life, and there’s not always an easy fix. This touching book helps explain to children aged 5-11 that they’re not alone in feeling this way, and is especially useful for children who struggle to express their feelings.
‘The Boy Who Built A Wall Around Himself’ by Ali Redford , read by Mrs Bowyer.
Written for children aged 4 to 9, this gentle full-colour picture book uses a simple metaphor to explain how children who have had painful or traumatic experiences can build barriers between themselves and other people. It will help children explore their feelings and encourage communication.