A funny, moving love story about facing fears hand in hand - one snake/spider/potentially unstable fourth-floor balcony at a time. Skydiving, horse riding, beekeeping, public speaking, reptilehouses - they plan to do it all. Soon their weekly foray into fear becomes the only thing that keeps them tethered to reality, and to each other.
Alfred is scared of just about everything but he is especially scared about speaking in front of lots of people. So when Alfred is told he must speak about the Blue Whale to his whole class, he just wants to run away and hide. However the more Alfred learns about the Blue Whale the braver he becomes.
Betty loves dancing. At home, in front of her little sister, Bluebell, she is a wonderful performer. However, once Betty is in dance class, her confidence disappears and she feels far less graceful than the other dancers. Can she find her poise and balance in time to perform in the end of term show?
Be Brave! is an interactive self-care activity book for children aged 7+ to colour and doodle their way to feeling calm, safe and in control of their fears. The encouraging and simple activities and exercises tackle phobias and feelings of fear; children
Billy is trying to stay awake so the SCARY creatures of the dark won't come. But then he hears a squeaky little voice and notices some tiny purple footprints. Not only that, SOMETHING has ATTACKED his cheese sandwich. What could it be? An exciting addition to the Usborne Young Reading Programme, specially written for readers growing in confidence.
Charlie is an anxious dachshund who worries that something terrible might happen if he doesn't keep to his daily rituals. After he is called upon to help rescue a friend and the emergency disrupts his routine, Charlie discovers that he doesn't have to be ruled by habit and that change can have really positive outcomes.
Raina wakes up one night with a terrible upset stomach. It soon becomes clear that Raina's tummy trouble isn't going away... and it coincides with her worries about food, school, and changing friendships. What's going on?