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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

Part of the Therapeutic Parenting Books series

Quick Overview

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.
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Paperback / softback
2017, 10.75in x 8.07in / 273mm x 205mm, 32pp
ISBN: 9781785922817
2017, PDF, 32pp
ISBN: 978-1-78450-586-8
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William Wobbly is having lots of wobbly feelings one morning but his mum is so busy that she doesn't notice.

William Wobbly's worries worsen when he notices small changes at school. "Where's my real teacher?!" he wonders. He hides under his desk and he chews holes into his jumper, but even that doesn't take the wobbly feelings away. Luckily, his mum is here to help him cope when he's afraid.

Written by a mum who understands, and her daughter (who used to have a lot of wobbly feelings), this is a story for children aged 3-10 with problematic coping habits.


'This is a wonderful book for an audience hungry to see themselves in books and to find both their challenges and possible resolutions being shown'
- Gayle Swift, co-founder of GIFT, who provide family coaching for adoptive families in America, and author of ABC, Adoption and Me

'My 6 year old now understands and tells me when he is feeling 'wobbly like William'
- Katie Munro, Parent


Illustrated by: Megan Evans