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Brilliant books for your adopted child

Margot Sutherland books

Books are a brilliant way of gently exploring feelings and emotions. Our Social Workers love these themed, colour-illustrated therapeutic storybooks by Margot Sutherland

  • The Day the Sea Went Out – Grief & loss
  • Ruby & the Rubbish Bin – Self-esteem
  • How Hattie Hated Kindness – Anger & rage
  • Teenie Weenie in a Too Big World – Fear
  • A Nifflenoo Called Nevermind – Bottling up feelings
  • A Pea Called Mildred – Pursuing hopes & dreams
  • Willy & the Wobbly House – Anxiety & obsessional behaviour
  • A Wibble Called Bipley – Children who bully or who are bullied
  • The Frog who Longed for the Moon – Yearning for a loved person
  • Monica Plum’s Problem – Children who carry their parent’s worries
  • Smasher – Adolescents who are angry & feel alienated

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