The Worry Tiger: A magical mindfulness story to soothe, comfort and calm (Paperback)
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The Worry Tiger: A magical mindfulness story to soothe, comfort and calm (Paperback)

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Paperback 32 Pages
Published: 21/07/2022
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A gorgeous picture book that weaves mindfulness actions into a magical story, helping young children to feel calm and relaxed. Comes with a set of easy calming exercises anyone can enjoy.

From the creators of The Fire Fox, Alexandra Page and Stef Murphy, shortlisted for Oscar's Book Prize 2022.

It's show-and-tell tomorrow and Rory is anxious – he doesn't have anything special to share with the class. But everything changes when Rory meets his very own worry tiger, who helps him feel calm.

"Try this," said the tiger. "See how quiet you can be. Tiptoe like a tiger and tell me what you see."

Breathe deep to smell the jungle scents.
Stretch to join the monkeys high up in the trees.
Listen carefully to the creatures all around.

This enchanting story is full of mindfulness actions that anyone can use to feel calm and beat anxiety.

The Worry Tiger is a colourfully illustrated book with a gentle rhyme that's a joy to read aloud and will help children relax and share their thoughts and worries.

Includes a set of fun and easy activities at the back of the book to encourage calm, happiness and creativity for young children.

Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 9781529074130
Number of pages: 32
Weight: 200 g
Dimensions: 279 x 237 x 8 mm


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The prospect of show-and-tell makes Rory anxious about school – but when his Worry Tiger materialises, encouraging him to smell the night air and stretch up high to climb a tree, his fears become more manageable. A gentle, reassuring picture book, with subtly incorporated mindfulness exercises. - Imogen Russell Williams, Guardian - Best New Picture Books

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Vivienne O'Regan

“A beautiful picture book about mindfulness for children (and for those who love magical tigers)”

My thanks to Macmillan Children’s Books Two Hoots for a review copy of ‘The Worry Tiger’ written by Alexandra Page and illustrated by Stef Murphy.

Rory is fretting about tomorrow’s show-and-tell at school. As he... More

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“A beautiful magical adventure encouraging mindfulness in children”

Following the release of The Fire Fox last year, Alexandra Page and Stef Murphy have teamed up again to bring us another beautiful picture book called The Worry Tiger.

Rory is feeling anxious. It's... More

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“A gem!”

Thank you very much NetGalley and the publisher for a copy of this book in exchange of my honest opinion.

This is another great book about emotions and feelings for the little ones at home.

In The Worry Tiger we... More

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