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I would share this with a class at the moment to remind them that it is alright to feel this way and to talk about what can help them. Even tiny children know all about the feeling of butterflies in the tummy so this is universally relatable. This book uses colour to effectively convey the emotions of the Worrysaurus, with the backgrounds getting progressively darker as his worries spiral and brighter as he finds a resolution.
All in all, a heartwarming story which helps children to understand why they sometimes feel like they have a butterfly in their tummy, which would be suitable for children in EYFS and Key Stage 1. Parents will immediately recognise the behaviour of a natural worrier - the child that likes to plan ahead and to have thought of everything before setting out to enjoy a lovely picnic. The Worrysaurus is a little dinosaur who has lots of anxious thoughts about what could go wrong in his daily life, but he is brave and finds several ways to conquer them and is happy.She’s done zillions of different jobs before becoming an author and illustrator, including owning a landscape gardening business, being a life-guard and a TV extra (she was once taken hostage by Daleks in 'Dr. Constantemente hace uso de comparaciones, notas poéticas y rimas, que buscan que el niño se sienta admirado y desee acercarse más a la palabra escrita ya que se sienten atraídos por su sonoridad.
A fun and reassuring tale about dealing with worries from the author of the bestselling The Lion Inside. La edad ideal a la que yo recomendaría este libro es entre los 3 y los 7 años, pues tanto su mensaje como su profundidad son completamente adaptables y explotados en función de las habilidades del educador.Asimismo, tanto los tonos como los colores varían desde los más oscuros y tristes a otros más vivos, alegres y brillantes, pudiendo identificar los estados de ánimo y emociones con colores, e incluso con otro tipo de objetos. He shares a lovely picnic with the anxious lizard and they learn to live in the moment instead of worrying about what might happen.