Choices: Feeling Sad by Althea, Althea Braithwaite


Choices: Feeling Sad by Althea, Althea Braithwaite

What makes us feel sad? What is the difference between sadness and depression? What can we do to help ourselves feel better? How can we help someone else who is feeling sad? This book addresses these and other issues and suggests ways in which we can learn to deal with them. It is one of a series in which difficult issues and emotions are treated seriously, but sympathetically and constructively. Colour pictures of children in relevant situations are included to make the books more immediate for the children who are reading them.

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25 pages
Interest Age: 6-10


Althea, Althea Braithwaite
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Publication date

28th May 1999



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