Wemberly Worried
  • Wemberly Worried
  • Wemberly Worried
  • Wemberly Worried
  • Wemberly Worried
  • Wemberly Worried
ISBN: 0061857769
EAN13: 9780061857768
Language: English
Release Date: Apr 27, 2010
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 0.1" H x 9.7" L x 7.8" W
Weight: 0.02 lbs.
Format: Paperback

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5
   Just lovely...and helpful!
It was recommended to me by a child psychologist who I collaborate with to help kids with selective mutism. The illustrations provide a perfect springboard for helping kids discuss emotions, make inferences and predict outcomes. In "Brave New World," Wemberly asks herself how she feels now. She has some anxious days ahead of her first day of school tomorrow. It's just that she spilled her juice - is that a small problem or a big problem? Is there anyone you've ever worried about? Many of my kids have asked if they can borrow this book for a week and I simply can't refuse, so I bought myself an extra copy.
 
3
   The description seemed like it was about worrying and what to do
The writer of the letter said it was about worrying and what to do, but the description seemed to be about worrying and what to do. It ends up the mouse has all these worries, but the only solution they offer is the worry about school when she meets someone to play with. Also, really disappointed that I tried to return it and it cost over $5 to return it on a $7 purchase.
 
4
   Cute story
This was a cute story to read to a child who seems afraid to start school or any kid who is afraid of other children being different from them, Mrs. Rule told us.
 
4
   she worried no more
The customer service representative was extremely helpful, and I received my shipment in a timely manor, Mr. Dhaliwal said. It was a present from a teacher who loved them. She was very pleased with the quality of the products, said Gillian.
 
5
   Great book for worried kids!
This book has great illustrations and a great story that I've used in a group with 1st - 3rd graders, Mrs. Booher said. It's great to see people still talking about it.
 
4
   Good Book, but Missing a Solution
Illustrations are great for creating story concepts, for example. Great for SEL Cons, doesn't provide any solutionstrategies to keep from worrying, Sosa said.
 
5
   Classic favorite, more relevant than ever!
One of my all-time favorite books. Can't wait to read it in my friend's kindergarten class. It's great to be back to school, but worrying about all the things children May be worrying about in September.
 
5
   Book about Bravery
This is one of my all-time favorite children's books. It's about a little girl who is anxious about everything, especially starting school. She bravely tries new things, even though she is nervous, and she learns that she even enjoys the new things, he said. What's more, they aren't as scary as she expected.
 
1
   Poor content in book
Like many of the other reviewers, I was very disappointed in this book. Even if it was possible, I would not give it a star. The content of the message was not well thought through and carries potential downstream impacts until the end of the day, Bordelon said. I would not recommend it for toddlers as there are some very good books out there with much better motivating and thoughtful themes.
 
5
   A comforting book for worriers of any age.
It's a must-have book for your worriers, big or little. I had several really great kids working with me, he said. One of the boys said he was worried about everthign all the time. She was the kind of person who really didn't have to worry about anything, Mr. O'Neill said. She kept worrying about the other child, Tunick said. She now reads it every year to her worriers. I also gave one to my own 15-year-old worrier just recently. Turner said he would give the book to whoever reads it for a lifetime.
 
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