What's Going On Inside My Head?: A Let’s Talk picture book to start conversations with your child about positive mental health - Let's Talk (Hardback)
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What's Going On Inside My Head?: A Let’s Talk picture book to start conversations with your child about positive mental health - Let's Talk (Hardback)

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Hardback 32 Pages
Published: 21/02/2019
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We all know that healthy minds are really important but how do we make sure we look after our mental health from a very young age? What’s Going On Inside My Head? is a book for children that explores practical ways we can keep our minds in good shape as well as our bodies.

By talking about positive self-image, emotional intelligence, relationships and mindfulness, this book will help children develop healthy habits and good coping strategies from the start. Presented in a warm, child-friendly but no-nonsense way it will help establish solid foundations for every child’s current and future wellbeing.

Perfect for starting conversations with children about their mental and emotional health, What's Going On Inside My Head? is a must for every parent who understands the importance of keeping a healthy mind.

Let’s Talk books help you start meaningful conversations with your child. Written by an expert and covering topics like feelings, relationships, diversity and mental health, these comforting picture books support healthy discussion right from the start.

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
ISBN: 9781472959232
Number of pages: 32
Weight: 402 g
Dimensions: 250 x 250 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

This book is excellent, it covers some really big ideas, but is easy for children to understand, very accessible and has really appealing illustrations. I’d definitely recommend it. - Tom Percival, Artist, illustrator and author of the Big Bright Feelings series

Straightforward, no nonsense, good advice. This book will give you and your child the opportunity to talk about the importance of good mental wellbeing with strategies to adopt. - Independent Bookshop Week's The Best New Kids' Books, Summer 2019

All throughout, attractive child-friendly illustrations by Sarah Jennings brilliantly complement the serious message content... All in all, an excellent roadmap through the minefield of young children's thought processes. - Irish Examiner

It covers positive self-image, emotional intelligence, relationships and mindfulness, in a factual unemotional way that explains the concepts clearly and practically, aided by colourful cartoon characters who share their thoughts, giving excellent prompts to stimulate useful discussion. - Parents in Touch

This is a perfect book to use as a starting point for discussions with guidance for parents/carers, and its aim is to help children develop self-awareness and improve their emotional literacy. - Barbara Band, Armadillo Magazine

In this fantastically illustrated book, Molly Potter has provided a resource for parents of young children or teachers placed in the earlier years of school enabling an opportunity to start discussing the many emotional challenges people face in society. - UKEdChat

With my pastoral role in school, I know that this book will be useful with many children for a variety of reasons. It will take pride of place on the shelf in my office... and will be used frequently to help reassure children and also to help them understand what is happening in their brains. - K and O: Bonkers About Books

‘What’s Going on Inside my Head?’ helps young readers discover practical ways to keep their minds and bodies in good shape [...] Fun illustrations and straightforward explanations help children learn to develop healthy habits and great day-to-day strategies for staying mentally well, forming a solid foundation for well-being now and in the future. - Chosen as a recommended read for under seven-year-olds, Our Time, ourtime.org.uk

An invaluable, straightforward guide to developing healthy mental habits. [...] The lively and amusing illustrations help to engage the reader and the scenarios provide prompts for discussion and the explanations are perfectly pitched and yet in enough depth to provide many a useful reminder to adults. - LoveReading4Kids

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“Positive and extremely child friendly”

What a great book to help you to strike up conversations with children about how they are feeling and letting them let you know what is going on inside there heads.
Full with bright and colourful illustrations that... More

Hardback edition
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“A Great Book To Have Around If You Have Young Children!”

Another super book in this series from Molly Potter. Could be used by parents and teachers right from reception age as the ideas and strategies are very straightforward. Layout is inviting with lovely illustrations... More

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