Book: What’s Going On Inside My Head? by @PotterMolly via @BloomsburyEd

Published by Bloomsbury

What's Going On Inside My Head?: Starting conversations with your child about positive mental health

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8.3

Content

8.0/10

Pedagogical

7.5/10

Authority

8.5/10

Accessible

8.5/10

Value

9.0/10

Pros

  • A great book to start conversations with young children about emotional challenges.
  • Clear and delightful illustrations that help develop conversations further.
  • Book addresses issues about positive self-image, emotional intelligence, relationships and mindfulness.
  • Explores practical ways we can keep our minds in good shape as well as our bodies.
  • Could easily be used by parents, or teachers supporting young learners in the early years of schooling.

Getting the conversation started about emotional and mental health challenges with young people can be a challenge within itself for many adults, as society is becoming more aware of the needs to be open and discuss the issues many people face. For young people, their egocentric outlook on the world can sometimes mean that they are unable to comprehend the emotional challenges they are facing, or people within their lives are facing. It’s all a lot to deal with and a big discussion for everyone to have.

In this fantastically illustrated book, Molly Potter has provided a resource for parents of young children or teachers placed in the earlier years of school enabling an opportunity to start discussing the many emotional challenges people face in society. Exploring issues about positive self-image, emotional intelligence, relationships and mindfulness, the book carefully deals with issues in a warm, child-friendly but no-nonsense way to help establish solid foundations for every child’s current and future wellbeing.

What’s Going On Inside My Head? is a book for children that explores practical ways we can keep our minds in good shape as well as our bodies.

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