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    Default Books ab out feelings and fears

    This information is from bookstart, I got from my DS1 pre-school.
    thought i would sharing it, hope its useful. books amend at 3-5yrs

    These books will help you and your child to talk about the many challenges to be faced by all children - from accepting a new brother or sister; going to school and the sad times when we must say goodbye.

    A present from Paul
    Bernard ashley - little girl get lost in a busy market

    Snip snap
    mara bergman and nick maland - about about fears

    I love you kangaroo
    Emma chichester clark - lost toy

    Florp-ear and his friends
    Gudio van genecten - being different

    Halibut jackson
    David lucus - making special clothes to help a boy blend into diffrent backgrounds

    Frog and bird song
    max velthuiji - book relating to death, friendship l
    ove and more.

    Going to playschool
    sarah garland

    the gotcha smile
    rita phillips mitchell - going to school

    I am too absolutely small for school
    lauren child

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    Thank you for sharing!

 

 

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