Help your children understand their emotions with this fun and engaging journal for kids
In this empowering journal, Fearne Cotton, the bestselling author, broadcaster and founder of Happy Place, uses practical and engaging tools to guide children to a better understanding of themselves and their emotions.
I've created this book to help show that it's ok to feel all emotions. Get a pen, pencil and colouring pens at the ready, and prepare to become great friends with your emotions. After all, they are great! In fact, they're AWESOME. They make life one big adventure as you try new things, learn, grow and discover who you are.
Meet your moods in the brilliant new activity journal for children, by bestselling author and broadcaster Fearne Cotton.
Have you ever felt... Sad... Happy... Angry... Lonely... Worried... Scared... Excited? Or several of these moods all at once? Emotions might seem big and complex - but the more we understand them, the better we can become at managing them.
Say hello to all of these moods in Your Mood Journal, a customisable activity book divided into seven colourful and fully illustrated chapters and packed full of interactive exercises, practical tips and notes from Fearne herself that give children the tools to understand and articulate their emotions. The journal begins with an introduction from Fearne and includes stickers so that book can be personalised.
This is the perfect toolkit for children looking to explore their emotions and build confidence in communicating their feelings. This big book of activities will help children learn about their different moods and how they make their mind and body feel, with lots of space to write, draw, learn, create and have fun along the way!
|Publication date:||26th November 2020|
|Publisher:||Penguin Books Ltd an imprint of Penguin Random House Children's UK|
'This fun, engaging journal is packed full of evidence-based activities to help children explore and understand their emotions. It is a wonderful introduction to emotional literacy, encouraging healthy coping and providing essential building blocks for future mental health.' Dr Jo Mueller, Clinical Psychologist
Fearne Cotton has been on our screens presenting live TV since the age of 15 when she was spotted by ITV's Disney Club. This year Fearne completed filming the 13th series of Celebrity Juice in her role as team captain. Her other programmes include The BBC Music Awards, Top of the Pops with Reggie Yates, BAFTA red carpet coverage with Dermot O'Leary for E! and Children in Need Rocks with Chris Evans. In 2005 she joined Radio 1 where she spent 10 years, initially co-hosting morning shows with Reggie Yates, and then moving onto the UK Top 40 show before taking over the prestigious weekday ...More About Fearne Cotton