Don’t Feed The WorryBug: A Children’s Book About Worry

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2019 Child Mind Institute Pick for Best Children’s Books About Mental Health

Say hello to Wince, one of the biggest worriers you will ever meet. From cookies to homework to the weather, Wince worries about everything.  And when Wince starts to worry, his WorryBug appears. At first the WorryBug is small and non-threatening, but the more Wince Worries the more his WorryBug grows. Don’t Feed The WorryBug is great story to start the conversation on worry and anxiety. We all worry, it happens, but the key is to not let those worries aka the WorryBug grow to the point that it ruins your day.

Soft bound book includes coloring pages and WorryBug note pages to help keep track of when the pesky WorryBug arrives.


From the Publisher

Worry, Frustration, Anxiety, Confusion, Empathy, Loneliness, Bullying

Worry, Frustration, Anxiety, Confusion, Empathy, Loneliness, Bullying

childrensbook

childrensbook

Looking for activities to go with Don’t Feed The WorryBug?

Helping Young Worriers Beat the WorryBug, is a practical, fun-filled guide designed to be used in conjunction with Don’t Feed The Worrybug. Written by renowned Australian Child-psychologist Dr. John Irvine this book offers explanations on anxiety, mindfulness and thought beating coupled with games and activities to battle the WorryBug. This no-nonsense book presents the perfect solutions to arm our children with positive strategies to overcome worry.

Embrace Your Emotions

With The WorryWoo Monsters

The WorryWoo Monsters is a series of children’s books, plush characters and educational materials dedicated to social and emotional learning. Currently used in homes, classrooms and mental health facilities world-wide, each WorryWoo story tackles a complicated emotion and puts a positive spin on topics that don’t have easy answers. Starting the conversation about feelings has never been easier and more fun! Free coloring pages and lesson plans are available at WorryWoos.com

Teaching Tools
Empathy Builders
Emotional Awareness
Transitional Objects
Caring Companions
Social Emotional Learning

Say hello to Wince, the biggest worrier you will EVER meet!

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anxiety, stress, children's book, ,mental health, books about, feelings, worry, worrying, mindfulnes

Wince worries so much that his nemesis, the WORRYBUG appears…

worrying, virtual learning, homeschooling, counselors, teachers, psychologists, mental health

worrying, virtual learning, homeschooling, counselors, teachers, psychologists, mental health

Follow Wince on his journey to find ways to shrink his growing “WorryBug”…

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We all worry, it happens. But when our little ones start to feed their worries, The WorryBug can GROW!

Don’t Feed The WorryBug will tickle your funny bone while presenting great conversation starters to help your kids talk about their feelings.

A Child Mind Institute top pick for books that address “mental health”

More About The WorryWoos

social emotional learning

social emotional learning

anger frustration resilience

anger frustration resilience

loneliness, friendship, resileince

loneliness, friendship, resileince

insecurity, self-confidence, self-esteem

insecurity, self-confidence, self-esteem

Who is Andi Green, Author and Illustrator of The WorryWoo Monsters

Andi Green is a bird-loving, cat-cuddling, dog-snuggling monster-maker who started her career as an Art Director in NYC. She is the writer and illustrator of The WorryWoo Monsters series which has been featured in People, Parents Magazine, and the Today Show. In addition, her work has been adapted into the musical, Woosical, which highlights the central emotions of her stories. Accolades of Green’s work include a 2019 Child Mind Institute top Children’s Book pick for books that address emotions and social situations. Andi’s goal has always been to help children and adults embrace their emotions one monster at a time. Her books have been highly regarded by parents educators and counselors who realize the importance of teaching students about feelings at an early age

Why Talk About Your Feelings?

Today kids are bombarded by so many scary events flashed over TV and the Internet. As we move into an age where bullying can be done on the computer and pictures can reach millions with the click of a mouse, we need to address, at an early age, the intense emotions experienced in childhood and adolescence

Feelings Can Be Hard to Explain.

Everyone expresses themselves differently. Sometimes we just don’t know how to say “I feel lonely” or “I feel scared”. Using whimsical characters the WorryWoo storybooks offer a way for a child to identify with their feelings in a creative and humorous way.

Empower Your Child.

Teaching your child to talk about their feelings at an early age not only empowers him/her to clearly express themselves but also offers a great opportunity to start an ongoing dialogue that can have positive lasting effects. With knowledge comes power, and with emotional understanding comes empathy, self-respect and resolution.

Publisher ‏ : ‎ Monsters In My Head LLC; Soft Cover edition (September 1, 2011)
Language ‏ : ‎ English
Paperback ‏ : ‎ 72 pages
ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 0979286077
ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-0979286070
Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 3.2 ounces

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