Title: Is a Worry Worrying You?
Author: Ferida Wolff, Harriet May Savitz, Marie Letourneau
Edition: E- ARC via Netgalley
Synopsis from Goodreads:
This book addresses children's worries with humor and imagination, as hilarious scenarios teach kids the use of perspective and the art of creative problem—solving.
My first thought about this book when I delved into it was that it was very Tim Burton-esque with the illustrations, which I loved immediately because Tim Burton is absolutely amazing in every way.
I like this book because I was a very worried child. I worried about everything constantly. Over time that developed into a very serious case of anxiety and as an adult I still struggle with it. I'm hoping this book will strike a chord with all of the children who read this who may be struggling with anxiety all over the world. It shows, through plenty of funny examples, how you may can potentially turn any worries you have into something else by using problem solving skills.
I honestly wish I had had this book when I was younger because I definitely feel like it would have helped me a ton with my over worrying and anxiety issues.