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Aroha’s Way Book
$22.50 + GST
Aroha’s Way – A Children’s Guide through Emotions
Aroha’s Way is a bestselling picture book for children around uncomfortable emotions; fear, apprehension, worrying thoughts and nervousness with ways to manage them.
About the book:
Come along on a journey with Aroha, as she wards off nervousness, fear, worrying thoughts and apprehension, with simple, yet effective tools that everyone can use.
“Aroha’s Way is a beautiful, descriptive and relatable book – an important book – helping children to normalise, understand and even develop their own tools for dealing with their feelings.” – Jenny Palmer, Author of Feel a Little.
From award-winning New Zealand author and illustrator, Craig Phillips, this beautiful picture books takes children on a journey through emotions associated with anxiety and shows simple yet effective ways to help manage them. Aroha shows children a tool that she uses for each emotion which includes; movement or exercise, belly breathing or diaphragmatic breathing, mindfulness and connecting with others and sharing our worries.
At the back of the book, there is a section for parents and/or teachers to explore the tools in more depth. This section expands on the beautiful poem and opens up conversations with our children. Asking questions around those emotions to make it easier for children to recognise the emotion, and then a simple way to manage it.
- Paperback – full colour
- Pages – 36
- Size – 210mm x 225mm (Landscape)
- Recommended Age – 3+ yrs
Dr Hinemoa Elder, MBChB, FRANZCP, PhD – “An exquisitely moving read. This book will help empower our tamariki mokopuna.“
Jimi Hunt – “In order to change our culture of greatly increasing mental illness, we need to tell stories … this is one of those stories. Beautifully told and illustrated, it is another tool in the education of our young people in how to deal with emotions and increase their mental fitness.“
Dr Suzanne Henwood, mBraining4Success – “This is a beautifully illustrated and cleverly written book to help children find a way back to calm.“