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Felix After the Rain tackles sadness in a gentle and positive way – Outside In World

Felix After the Rain gives children space to explore difficult subjects! Buy Felix After the Rain  We’re delighted with this brilliant review of Felix After the Rain from the wonderful Outside In World! Read what they had to say! Felix drags an enormous black suitcase behind him wherever he goes. Every day it becomes heavier and heavier with all of his sorrow hidden inside. One day, a small boy opens the suitcase while Felix is…

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School children explore Felix After the Rain through brilliant art!

Supporting Emotional Literacy through ‘Felix After the Rain’ Buy Felix After the Rain  We were absolutely over the moon when the wonderful Danielle got in touch with us about the art her brilliant class had produced after reading Felix After the Rain! Danielle Jarman is a teacher at Elizabeth Woodville Primary School in Leicestershire. She was kind enough to write about her experience of using books like Felix After the Rain as tool to support…

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Felix After the Rain is a sensitive exploration of emotions – Library Girl and Book Boy

Felix After the Rain provides a safe space for children to explore their emotions! Buy Felix After the Rain  We’re delighted with this review of Felix After the Rain from the fantastic Jo from Library Girl and Book Boy! Felix After the Rain is part of our Hope in a Scary World series, written by Slovenian picture book creator Dunja Jogan and translated by Olivia Hellewell. Read what Jo had to say below! Today marks…

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Grobblechops selected by Reading Agency as a top book for mental health!

Grobblechops is endorsed by leading health organisations – Reading Agency Buy Grobblechops We are ecstatic to be able to finally announce that Grobblechops has been featured on the Reading Agency’s Reading Well booklist! Reading Well for children supports children and their families to understand and manage their health and wellbeing using helpful reading available in libraries. Grobblechops was chosen from over 1000 submissions and was admired for its universal message of acknowledging and making friends…

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