The Unworry Book

This inspiring write-in book is an unworry toolkit, full of things to calm you down and places to put your worries - and we all worry!

Author: Alice James

Publisher: Usborne Publishing

ISBN: 9781474950770

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 96

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This illustrated, write-in book is an unworry toolkit, for distracting you from any anxieties, calming you down, and providing a place to sort through your worries and thoughts. It includes a variety of activities, from things to write, colour and design, to calm-down tactics and relaxation exercises. Designed to appeal to a wide range of ages, with a range of activities and ideas to suit all sorts of people. Researched and developed with a psychologist to give it weight and relevance, and make it as useful as possible. Includes internet links to websites that offer support to young people and parents or carers of worried children, and details of charities that can help.

The Unworry Book

This illustrated, write-in book is an unworry toolkit, for distracting you from any anxieties, calming you down, and providing a place to sort through your worries and thoughts.

Author: Alice James (Editor)

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780794545130

Category: Mental health

Page: 96

View: 657

This illustrated, write-in book is an unworry toolkit, for distracting you from any anxieties, calming you down, and providing a place to sort through your worries and thoughts.

Be Your Best You

FURTHER INFORMATION Bo ks Grab a book and find somewhere quiet to read about things that might be concerning you or ... Franklin Watts, 2020 Dealing with Bullying by Jane Lacey, Franklin Watts, 2019 The Unworry Book by Alice James, ...

Author: Honor Head

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1445187507

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 176

View: 954

"Very accessible and age-appropriate, with lots of helpful suggestions." Diana M. Cant, Consulatant child and adolescent psychotherapist. "A very valuable tool for children, teachers and parents. The text is fabulous and very informative." Clare Arnold, art psychotherapist, CAMHS This book aims to help children aged nine and above develop and maintain good mental and physical health. It discusses how to overcome feelings of stress and anxiety and safely navigate the pitfalls of time spent on social media. It encourages children to understand their feelings and look after their brain and body. There are hints and tips throughout on quick ways to improve mental health that can be done every day or as often as needed. The text has been approved by consultants working in the field of young people's mental health at ChildNet, Tavistock Psychotherapists and CAMHS.

Unworry Doodles

Aimed at primary school children, this simple book offers plenty of empty pages and starter doodles to help children empty their worries onto the page in a calm and safe way. Includes mindfulness tips as well as doodling pages.

Author: Alice James

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781474983228

Category:

Page: 64

View: 566

Let your worries float away as you doodle, draw, scribble and sketch your way through this relaxing book.

Unworry Magic Painting Book

Simply sweep a wet paintbrush over the black and white illustrations to fill the pages with vibrant colour. The Unworry Magic Painting Book serves as a calming distraction from any worries and anxieties.

Author: Author TBC

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781474973335

Category:

Page: 32

View: 103

Simply sweep a wet paintbrush over the black and white illustrations to fill the pages with vibrant colour. The Unworry Magic Painting Book serves as a calming distraction from any worries and anxieties. It includes 15 patterns and scenes to paint, and tips for how to paint mindfully along the way. It's an addition to the Unworry series - an 'unworry toolkit' to help people of all ages understand, cope with and get rid of their worries. The character from The Unworry Book appears in this book, too. There is a page at the beginning with tips for how to be mindful while you paint. It's not just for children - teenager and adults can benefit from mindful creative activities, too.

Unworry Drawing Book

Write-in book for children with ideas on anti-stress drawing techniques to keep calm.

Author: Eddie Reynolds

Publisher: Unworry

ISBN: 9781474986120

Category:

Page: 64

View: 285

This inviting draw-in book is filled with drawing activities to help soothe busy minds and shrink down worries. The activities include mindful drawing to bring your focus to the here and now, soothing shading and other art techniques, and ways to use your imagination to make worries feel small. Unworry Drawing was written with the help of a child psychologist, who uses drawing every day to help children work through unwelcome thoughts and feelings.

The Little Black Book of Business Writing

But you might want to check that your seatbelt is tight. and unworry is a bit of a worry. it and its kin are inventive, of course, and memorable. But watch for cheap imitations. The odd neologism is fun, but the language is very large ...

Author: Mark Tredinnick

Publisher: UNSW Press

ISBN: 1742230067

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 224

View: 908

The Little Black Book of Business Writing is for everyone who writes for business purposes, in the commercial world, the private sector, the trades and the professions. Mark Tredinnick and Geoff Whyte help readers write the kinds of documents that confront them most days at work – letters, emails, web writing, reports, minutes, tenders, ministerials, board papers, media releases, newsletters, marketing documents, policy proposals, business cards, newsletters, position descriptions, job ads, notes to financial statements, instruction and safety manuals, speeches, presentations and various kinds of technical papers. The Little Black Book of Business Writing helps people write at work with economy, impact and efficiency.

Read This Book or You re Grounded

Then try to unworry them by being as responsible and talkative as you possibly can. Tell them what's going on. Help them understand your world a little better. Introduce your friends to them. The less they have to worry about, ...

Author: Wayne Rice

Publisher: Zondervan/Youth Specialties

ISBN: 0310873614

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 160

View: 840

Does This Sound Familiar? “Hey, Gimme a Break!” “Aw… You Just Don’t Understand!” “Try to see it my way for once!” … the lines of every teenager through history, right? Not this time! The dirty little secret is that your parents were actually your age once. Believe it or not, they went through a lot of the same junk you’re going through now (including with their parents!) … and another dirty little secret is that some day you’ll be trying to make sense of your kids and their lives. Read This Book Or You’re Grounded! gives you six chapters with a lot of sound-bites and cool ‘boarding-inspired cartoons, plus wisdom and common sense with an attitude. Read This Book Or You’re Grounded! includes two chapters on understanding, two on getting along one on special needs and concerns; and a final wrap-up of marching orders to put all this wonderful wisdom into practice. God is here, too: author Wayne Rice lays a spiritual foundation for mutual respect, common understanding, and getting along with parents in all ways. This book can change your life… change the life of your family… and change your relationship with those sometimes-weird parental units who hang around the kitchen, hog the TV, and act like it’s their own house.


The Book of Form and Emptiness

BOOK. The dark side has its allures, Benny, but most people don't want to go there. They prefer to stay safely on the ... Someone taps him on the forehead, and the taps land like raindrops on that smooth unworried place between his ...

Author: Ruth Ozeki

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 0399563652

Category: Fiction

Page: 560

View: 890

Winner of the Women’s Prize for Fiction “No one writes like Ruth Ozeki—a triumph.” —Matt Haig, New York Times bestselling author of The Midnight Library “Inventive, vivid, and propelled by a sense of wonder.” —TIME “If you’ve lost your way with fiction over the last year or two, let The Book of Form and Emptiness light your way home.” —David Mitchell, Booker Prize-finalist author of Cloud Atlas A boy who hears the voices of objects all around him; a mother drowning in her possessions; and a Book that might hold the secret to saving them both—the brilliantly inventive new novel from the Booker Prize-finalist Ruth Ozeki One year after the death of his beloved musician father, thirteen-year-old Benny Oh begins to hear voices. The voices belong to the things in his house—a sneaker, a broken Christmas ornament, a piece of wilted lettuce. Although Benny doesn't understand what these things are saying, he can sense their emotional tone; some are pleasant, a gentle hum or coo, but others are snide, angry and full of pain. When his mother, Annabelle, develops a hoarding problem, the voices grow more clamorous. At first, Benny tries to ignore them, but soon the voices follow him outside the house, onto the street and at school, driving him at last to seek refuge in the silence of a large public library, where objects are well-behaved and know to speak in whispers. There, Benny discovers a strange new world. He falls in love with a mesmerizing street artist with a smug pet ferret, who uses the library as her performance space. He meets a homeless philosopher-poet, who encourages him to ask important questions and find his own voice amongst the many. And he meets his very own Book—a talking thing—who narrates Benny’s life and teaches him to listen to the things that truly matter. With its blend of sympathetic characters, riveting plot, and vibrant engagement with everything from jazz, to climate change, to our attachment to material possessions, The Book of Form and Emptiness is classic Ruth Ozeki—bold, wise, poignant, playful, humane and heartbreaking.