• What to do When You Worry Too Much

    by Dawn Huebner Year Published:

    An interactive self-help children's workbook designed to guide 6–12 year olds and their parents through the cognitive-behavioral techniques most often used in the treatment of generalized anxiety.

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  • Wilma Jean, Worry Machine

    by Julia Cook Year Published:

    This fun and humorous book addresses the problem of anxiety in a way that relates to children of all ages. It offers creative strategies for parents and teachers to use that can lessen the severity of anxiety. 

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  • Brave As Can Be

    by Jo Witek Year Published:

    An older sister explains to her younger sister all the things she used to be afraid of, along with some tricks to help, whether it’s a special blanket for bedtime or singing during a storm. Now, big sister assures little sister, the fears that once felt as big as a mountain feel as minuscule as a speck of dust.

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  • A Little Spot of Anxiety

    by Diane Alber Year Published:

    A story about calming your worries.  Inspired by the book SPOTS, and part of the A Little Spot of Emotion series by Diane Alber. 

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  • Don't Feed the Worry Bug

    by Andi Green Year Published:

    Join Wince as he discovers the secret to keeping his worries from getting monstrous. Using unique drawings and clever rhymes, Don't Feed The WorryBug carries an insightful message that readers of all ages will enjoy.

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  • Ruby's Worry

    by Tom Percibal Year Published:

    From Tom Percival's bestselling Big Bright Feelings series, this is the perfect book for discussing childhood worries and anxieties, no matter how big or small they may be.

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  • Mind Bubbles

    by Heather Krantz Year Published:

    Mind Bubbles presents an easy way for young children to work with their breath while noting thoughts and feelings passing and popping like bubbles

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