Wellbeing book giveaway

Win books to help your child feel zen with our mega mindfulness book giveaway.

Calm with the Very Hungry Caterpillar

By Eric Carle
This beautiful little book features a simple, easy-to-follow journey to relaxation, perfect for children (and adults) of all ages.

We have five copies to give away, courtesy of Penguin Random House

Penguin Random House

I Am Peace: A Book of Mindfulness

By Susan Verde and illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds
When the world feels chaotic, find peace within through an accessible mindfulness practice.

We have three copies to give away, courtesy of our friends at Abrams & Chronicle Books.

Abrams & Chronicle Books

The Book of No Worries

By Lizzie Cox
This guide covers a multitude of worries and anxieties that a young person may face while growing up, such as transitioning to secondary school and getting good grades while making and maintaining friendships. The book also looks at the non-stop nature of social media and the added pressure that it brings.

We have three copies to give away, thanks to Quarto Kids.

Quarto Kids

ABC: Mindful Me

By Christiane Engel
This book pairs simplified mindfulness principles to each letter of the alphabet. It features colourful illustrations of children and animals, as well as playful rhymes that toddlers will love. ABC: Mindful Me is a fun read for the entire family, introducing them to mindfulness and promoting physical and mental wellness, proper breathing, compassion, gratitude, and kindness.

We have three copies to give away, thanks to Quarto Kids.

Quarto Kids

Ruby’s Worry

By Tom Percival
Ruby loves being Ruby. Until, one day, she finds a worry. At first it's not such a big worry, and that's all right, but then it starts to grow. It gets bigger and bigger every day and it makes Ruby sad. How can Ruby get rid of it and feel like herself again?

A perceptive and poignant story helping children deal with their anxieties.

We have five copies to give away, courtesy of Bloomsbury Children’s Books.

Bloomsbury Children’s Books

A Bottle of Happiness

By Pippa Goodhart
There was once a big mountain. The people on one side were rich and worked only to get richer. The people on the other side of the mountain were poor but had a wealth of stories and laughter. One day a poor young boy decides to seek a new story and this leads him to the rich people’s marketplace. He would love one of the ripe pieces of fruit, but what can a poor boy trade? Find out if it is possible to bottle and share happiness.

We have three copies to give away, thanks to Tiny Owl.

Tiny Owl

Mindful Kids: Be Brave!

By Dr. Sharie Coombes
Be Brave! is an interactive self-care activity book for children 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 will enjoy using their creativity to combat negative feelings, work out why they feel scared and how to put fear back in its place through writing, colouring, doodling and drawing.

We have three copies to give away, thanks to our friends at Bonnier Publishing.

Bonnier Publishing

Mindful Kids: Stay Strong!

By Dr. Sharie Coombes
The activities and exercises in this edition of Mindful Kids will help children to tackle the feelings of being bullied, teased and overwhelmed. Children will enjoy using their creativity to combat negative feelings and work out how to cope with these emotions through writing, colouring, doodling and drawing.

We have three copies to give away, courtesy of Bonnier Publishing.

Bonnier Publishing

Looking After Your Mental Health

By Alice James & Louie Stowell
This book provides expert advice from consultants from the Royal College of Psychiatrists. Looking After Your Mental Health is a funny and gentle introduction to topics like the science of anger, handling toxic friendships, sex and relationships, and how to manage social media whilst staying mentally healthy.

We have three copies to give away, courtesy of Usborne.

Usborne

The Worry Angels

By Sita Brahmachari and Jane Ray
Amy May knows about webs of worries - so many people she meets are caught in them, from her own artist dad to newly arrived refugee Rima and her family. By being brave enough to open up her worry box, Amy May helps all those around her find a way forward. This book is particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant and dyslexic readers.

We have three copies to give away, courtesy of Barrington Stoke.

Barrington Stoke

 

This competition will close on 26 October 2018.

 

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