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Adoption, fostering and parenting

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  1.  Rosie Rudey and the Enormous Chocolate Mountain

    Rosie Rudey and the Enormous Chocolate Mountain

    A story about hunger, overeating and using food for comfort

    Sarah Naish and Rosie Jefferies, illustrated by Megan Evans

    Whenever Rosie Rudey gets an empty feeling in her tummy, she'll try to fix it by eating sugary food, especially chocolate. One day Rosie eats far more than she means to, and throws up all over the garden! This is the perfect story to explain to children aged 3-10 the problems of overeating and using food for comfort. Learn More
    Sep 2017, 32pp
  2.  Charley Chatty and the Disappearing Pennies

    Charley Chatty and the Disappearing Pennies

    A story about lying and stealing

    Sarah Naish and Rosie Jefferies, illustrated by Megan Evans

    When Charley Chatty sees pennies, she cannot help herself putting them in to her piggy bank. The problem is, they're not hers! And now her Dad is looking for the missing pennies. What will she do? Thankfully, Dad is good at helping Charley to fix and learn from her mistake. Learn More
    Sep 2017, 32pp
  3. A Therapeutic Treasurebox for Working with Children and Adolescents with Developmental Trauma

    A Therapeutic Treasurebox for Working with Children and Adolescents with Developmental Trauma

    Creative Techniques and Activities

    Dr. Karen Treisman

    The essential resource for anyone working with children or teens who have experienced trauma - provides an overview of the latest theory, good practice and a treasure trove of activities and handouts - a valuable addition to your bookshelf which is destined to be used again and again. Learn More
    Sep 2017, 456pp
  4.  Katie Careful and the Very Sad Smile

    Katie Careful and the Very Sad Smile

    A story about anxious and clingy behaviour

    Sarah Naish and Rosie Jefferies, illustrated by Megan Evans

    Katie Careful smiles about everything. Whether she feels happy or sad, she is always smiling. Scared that her new Mum and Dad might not like her, she doesn't like when they are out of her sight. Luckily, her Mum understands and can explain why she acts this way. Learn More
    Sep 2017, 32pp
  5.  He's Always Been My Son

    He's Always Been My Son

    A Mother’s Story about Raising Her Transgender Son

    Janna Barkin

    This true story by a family about raising their transgender son is both a captivating read and an invaluable support source for parents facing similar issues. A warm, insightful portrait of a family that includes tips on helping young transgender people navigate their transition, it will support, educate and inspire. Learn More
    Aug 2017, 208pp
  6.  Innovative Therapeutic Life Story Work

    Innovative Therapeutic Life Story Work

    Developing Trauma-Informed Practice for Working with Children, Adolescents and Young Adults

    Edited by Richard Rose. Foreword by Deborah D. Gray.

    This book explores different ways of carrying out life story work, a method which helps traumatized children question and resolve issues from their past. Using the experience of practitioners based in a range of settings, it provides a useful overview of the latest developments in the field. Learn More
    Jul 2017, 320pp
  7.  Parenting with Theraplay®

    Parenting with Theraplay®

    Understanding Attachment and How to Nurture a Closer Relationship with Your Child

    Vivien Norris and Helen Rodwell, Forewords by Phyllis Booth and Dafna Lender, illustrated by Miranda Smith

    Theraplay® is an attachment-focused model that allows parents to build confidence in their abilities and strengthen their relationship with their child. This book provides an overview of Theraplay based ideas that can be used directly by parents. Illustrative case examples detail these ideas in action. Learn More
    Jul 2017, 208pp
  8.  William Wobbly and the Mysterious Holey Jumper

    William Wobbly and the Mysterious Holey Jumper

    A story about fear and coping

    Sarah Naish and Rosie Jefferies, illustrated by Megan Evans

    Sometimes William Wobbly gets very anxious. When he is anxious he'll often turn to chewing his jumper or hiding under his school desk. But luckily his mum knows how to help cope with those wobbly feelings. This is the perfect story for any child who uses problematic coping mechanisms to deal with fear or anxiety. Learn More
    Jul 2017, 32pp
  9.  Callum Kindly and the Very Weird Child

    Callum Kindly and the Very Weird Child

    A story about sharing your home with a new child

    Sarah Naish and Rosie Jefferies, illustrated by Megan Evans

    Callum Kindly likes living with his mum. When Katie Careful, a very weird child, comes to live with them, Callum struggles to understand why she acts so differently. This story explores difficulties children can experience when a new child comes to live in their home Learn More
    Jul 2017, 32pp
  10. The Gender Agenda

    The Gender Agenda

    A First-Hand Account of How Girls and Boys Are Treated Differently

    Ros Ball and James Millar. Foreword by Marianne Grabrucker.

    Aiming to tackle gender stereotypes head-on, two parents tweeted about the differences they experienced in raising their son and their daughter. What began as an attempt to retain their sanity in a gender obsessed world became a life changing experiment about gender identity presented in this collection of their online writing. Learn More
    Jul 2017, 176pp

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