Tom Easton - My New Sibling - Hachette Children's Group

My New Sibling

By Tom Easton
Illustrated by Charlie Alder

  • Hardback
  • £12.99

Friendly, reassuring stories help ease the worries and fears associated with big life changes that young children might experience

This first experiences series uncovers the worries and fears associated with big life changes that young children might experience and provides reassurance by explaining how they might feel and shows ways that children can learn to cope with these feelings.

The sensitively written story provides guidance not only for children, but also for adults who want to help their child through these unsettling times in their lives.

Children can read the books on their own or can discuss the books with an adult. Notes for teachers and parents at the back of the books provide related advice and information to help them guide and support children.

  • Other details

  • ISBN: 9781445159041
  • Publication date: 24 May 2018
  • Page count: 32
  • Imprint: Franklin Watts
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