This picture book, written by Virginia Ironside and illustrated by Frank Rodgers, tells the story of Jenny who finds a lot of little worries building up until she feels constantly anxious. She tries a number of ways to get rid of her 'bag of worries', but nothing works. One day an old lady explains that worries need to be talked about and examined, rather than hidden away. At the end of the book, Jenny has dealt with her worries and feels happy again.
The huge bag of worries
by Ironside, Virginia; Rodgers, Frank
Hodder and Stoughton, London, UK, 2016, 2nd
Categories: Childcare, Relationships
Subjects: Children, Psychological wellbeing
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