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Letters on Motherhood  by Giovanna Fletcher

 

The heart-warming, affirming and inspiring collection of letters on motherhood from Queen of the Castle, Sunday Times bestselling author and proud mum, Giovanna Fletcher.

'Inspiring, beautiful and eye opening. Thank you Giovanna. You've made many mothers feel like they're not alone'
 5***** Reader Review

In this beautiful and poignant collection, Giovanna writes deeply heartfelt letters to everyone who has helped her to become the mother she is today.

To her young sons: Buzz, Buddy and Max. To Tom, and her mum and dad. But also, to herself, her body, and more. And finally, to all of the mums, dads and mums-to-be out there doing the work too. These letters cover everything from her fears and hopes to the love and uncertainty of being a mother today.

Honest, heartwarming and hilarious, Giovanna's relatable musings on motherhood are both a joy and a comfort, paying testament to the power of family.

With stories parents everywhere can relate to, Letters on Motherhood is the perfect gift for any Mum. (With Mother's Day coming up) Released 4th Feb

 

No Worries! by Dr Sharnie Coombes

 

No Worries! is an interactive self-care activity book for children aged 7+ to colour and doodle their way to happiness, calm and confidence.

The encouraging and simple activities and exercises tackle anxiety, sadness and stress; children will enjoy using their creativity to combat negative feelings, work out why they feel worried and how to put stress back in its place through writing, colouring, doodling and drawing.

Featuring the charming and quirky illustrations of Katie Abey, a UK-based illustrator. Her quirky pictures will keep the reader entertained and focused as they work through the book, or simply dip into the pages for ten minutes of calm colouring.

Part of Mindful Kids a thoughtful new range of activity books for children from Studio Press.

Includes an introduction and notes for grown-ups by consultant Dr. Sharie Coombes, Child & Family Psychotherapist. Dr Sharie Coombes is a former primary teacher, headteacher and local authority adviser who retrained as a child and family psychodynamic psychotherapist, neuropsychotherapist, solution-focused therapist, and specialist paediatric hypnotherapist. Sharie gained a doctorate in education from the University of Brighton in 2007 and is an expert in the therapeutic use of linguistic patterns. Alongside a busy private therapy practice in Brighton, she has worked part-time as a child, adolescent and family psychotherapist at the NHS Tavistock Clinic in London with adopted and fostered children, young people and families. She now works with the psychosocial team in the British Red Cross Refugee Support and International Family Tracing team. Sharie has 2 adult children.


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