Troubador Snuffleump

Released: 28/02/2021

ISBN: 9781800463523

Format: Paperback

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Snuffleump

Lost in the Forest

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Snuffleump is a playful and inquisitive creature, who lives in a land full of adventure.  


But one day, his carefree nature leads him deep into the forest, where he finds himself hopelessly lost and alone.  

Can he learn how to control his worries and find his way safely home?  

Written by psychotherapist Neil Sunley, Snuffleump will trigger the imagination of young children as they learn how our hero deals with being suddenly lost and alone. 

Children will learn how to control any negative situation, by learning the importance of clear thinking achieved through calmness. 

Parents, feel confident that this positive bedtime story will build children’s self-esteem and resilience.

Hull Daily Mail

Lovely book for children. Colourful pictures and rhyming story with a message makes it great to read.

by Emma


I highly recommend Snuffleump. It’s a fabulous children’s book - fun and educational...

by Stephen Chadwick


What a wonderful book.
I love reading it to my boys. It addresses such important topics/ideas in a sweet endearing story. My children love the illustrations and regularly choose the book from the shelf.

by Jess


Excellent children’s book, would definitely recommend

by Luke


Such a lovely book!
Fun for all ages with a thoughtful meaning behind the story line.

by Lucy


Has fast become my childs favourite go to book. Teaches my child to take a step back, breathe and relax in stressful situations whilst still being a fun read!

by R Fletcher


Neil Sunley

Neil Sunley is an award-winning hypnotherapist and life coach. Qualified in 2001, he has helped clients overcome many issues including stress, anxiety and depression. Using this experience, he has now turned to writing children's literature, in the hope of making a positive, empowering impression in developing young minds. He lives in Yorkshire, England with his wife and young children.



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