Why Do I Have to eat My Green?
Big Issues for little people around health + well-being.
This clever book provides the answers to the ‘Why?’ questions children commonly ask about family issues, such as: “Why can’t I sleep with you?”. Designed for children around 5-7, the questions centre around the theme of self-care, helping children to discuss problems around eating, wetting the bed, and going to sleep. The colourful illustrations help to facilitate children’s understanding, and engagement.
The text informs parents of ways to discuss the topics with children, enhancing their cooperation through simple reasoning, and avoiding possible conflicts.
Explanations and advice for parents and carers to help guide and inform their child have been compiled by two child psychologists, making this a perfect book for those common ‘Why’ questions.
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