This sensitively written picture book for young children explains what poverty is and looks at the reasons why some people have less than others. The books is meant to be read with children with the aim of opening up discussions about important issues in a simple and reassuring way. The charmingly clear illustrations give readers immediate access to complex situations and feelings.
Notes for parents and teachers at the back of the book provide valuable advice for how to share this book with your child or class.
This book explores the issue of safety for young children. It explains the importance of understanding the difference between what is safe and what is not, and goes on to look at how children can feel safe at home, at school, in the playground, in the street, and elsewhere.
Information on natural ‘instinct’ is given and advice for children on what to do if they feel scared at any time. Stranger danger and the topic of body privacy is also explained alongside what children should do if they feel unsure or unsafe. Notes for parents and teachers at the back of the book provide valuable advice for how to share this book with your child or class.
Suitable for Key Stage 1 (ages 5-7), occasional prompts throughout the text give a chance to discuss the issue being raised. Written by a trained psychotherapist, journalist and parent, and illustrated by an experienced children’s book artist, this title is part of an acclaimed and successful series of picture-book non-fiction for Early Years. Books in the series give advice and promote interaction between children, parents, and teachers on a wide variety of personal, social and emotional issues.
They are excellent tools for teachers to use during classroom discussions.