Lilly and Harry by Pamela Woodford


Lilly and Harry by Pamela Woodford

Meet Lilly, the lopsided candle, and Harry the horse, who was made by a very clever glassblower in Venice. Lilly was lopsided because she had been left on a windowsill in the sun and part of her had melted. She often felt useless because she couldn't stand up properly. Harry's family had made him into a lampshade, but he felt silly wearing a lampshade on his head. Discover how Lilly and Harry find out about all their special qualities and who they really are. 'Lilly and Harry' is part of the 'Brighter Little Minds' series, which uses stories to bring about positive psychological changes in children and young people. The story of Lilly and Harry addresses such issues as low self-esteem, disability, making friends, lack of confidence, developing empathy, accepting diversity, eating disorders, finding your own special qualities and much more.

About the Author

Pamela Woodford is a consultant Human Givens psychotherapist whose proactive, intuitive and creative adaptation of the Human Givens approach has helped hundreds of children, adolescents and adults deal with challenging life circumstances, bringing understanding and meaning to their lives.

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24 pages


Pamela Woodford
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Publication date

28th September 2012



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