I was pleased to have won this children's book in a recent Goodreads First Reads giveaways. An excellent children's story to help those cope with the trauma of burglary. Even if one hasn't suffered trauma, this book is still a good story to read. The book has full colour illustrations and integrated support materials enabling children to think about their own experiences. Recommended.
by Alan (through Goodreads)
A lovely book to help young children who have been victims of a burglary overcome the trauma and fear that it causes. Wonderfully written with cute and simple illustrations to engage children. Includes an interesting child-friendly relaxation technique at the end of the book which would be useful.
by Rebecca Jones (through Goodreads)
Not only is this a well written story with charming characters that I think will appeal to children, having been a victim of burglary myself, even as an adult I found this book surprisingly helpful in understanding my negative responses. It is clearly written with a view to offer practical advice to children and their parents who have been the victims of burglary but in a way that I think will genuinely be accessible to children. I would highly recommend this book.
by Peppi H. (from Amazon)