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Brave as can be

Brave as can be

Brave as can be – a book of courage by jo witek, read

A toddler’s life can be full of terrifying experiences: the dark, the dog next door, and thunderstorms, to name a few. When a child grows older, they become more courageous in their interactions with these commonplace activities, but how do they develop this newfound confidence? An older sister reveals to her younger sister all of the things she used to be afraid of, as well as some tips to support, such as a special blanket for bedtime or singing during a storm, in this lyrical, informative picture book. Big sister tells little sister that the doubts that once seemed as large as a mountain have shrunk to the size of a speck of dust. This charming portrait of fear and courage empowers young readers to face once-frightening scenarios and is also beautifully packaged, with charming drawings and die-cuts throughout.

Jumpers: brave as can be by jo witek

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A toddler’s life can be full of terrifying experiences: the dark, the dog next door, and thunderstorms, to name a few. When a child grows older, they become more courageous in their interactions with these commonplace activities, but how do they develop this newfound confidence? An older sister reveals to her younger sister all of the things she used to be afraid of, as well as some tips to support, such as a special blanket for bedtime or singing during a storm, in this lyrical, informative picture book. Big sister tells little sister that the doubts that once seemed as large as a mountain have shrunk to the size of a speck of dust. This charming portrait of fear and courage empowers young readers to face once-frightening scenarios and is also beautifully packaged, with charming drawings and die-cuts throughout.

Brave as can be

A toddler’s life can be full of terrifying experiences: the dark, the dog next door, and thunderstorms, to name a few. As children grow older, they become more courageous in their interactions with these commonplace activities, but how do they develop this newfound confidence? An older sister reveals to her younger sister all of the things she used to be afraid of, as well as some tips to support, such as a special blanket for bedtime or singing during a storm, in this lyrical, informative picture book. Big sister tells little sister that the doubts that once seemed as large as a mountain have shrunk to the size of a speck of dust.

Story time: brave as can be

The young heroine of this delightful story was terrified of a variety of things when she was younger. As she grows older, she discovers practical ways to overcome her fears, such as using a nightlight and wearing super-powered pyjamas at bedtime, so she is no longer afraid of the dark. When she grips her mother’s hand, the neighbor’s dog isn’t as frightening. She also understands that terror can be entertaining at times, such as during Halloween or when her father tells scary stories.
This appealing picture book helps children to talk about what scares them. It gives them a framework in which to communicate their feelings and equips them with the tools to recognize, convey, and resolve their concerns. Simple pencil line drawings in a small color palette, as well as peep holes on each of the sturdy covers, give the book a new, quirky feel.