How Big Are Your Worries Little Bear?

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How Big Are Your Worries Little Bear?

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Little Bear is a worrier. He worries about everything! But with Mama Bear’s help, he soon learns his worries are not so big after all. Through this engaging story children will learn that everyday worries and fears can be overcome. Discussion questions and extra hints to help children manage anxiety are included.

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Excellent book for all young children, who need help processing big emotions, and big worries. This is one of a beautiful range of children’s books by Jayneen Sanders, and it was a fabulous as the others we’ve been privileged to read.
As the mother of a young son (7yo) who wrestles with anxiety each and every day, it was a perfect, easy to read book to help him realise he does have simple, and yet effective strategies all around him. We read this for the first time during a family crisis, and the difference it made to his ability to process and regulate his emotions was clearly evident. He slept deeply, and was confident that he was going to be just fine through the changes our family was facing.
— Faith Gray
If there were guides to cope with stress for toddlers and younger kids - this book would be one of them. A great way to teach kids about how to deal with worries.

Little Bear worries a lot and all the time. It impacts him greatly to the point when he cannot eat nor sleep. Momma Bear explains to him step by step how to deal with his problems, and at the end all works out.

This little story shows techniques which kids can use to address their worries (talking about them, drawing them etc.) and help kids cope with what’s on their mind.
— Sabina
Great for anxious children who need to open up! Really enjoyed reading this to my anxious child. She now references the book when she wants to talk to me about something that’s bothering her.
— Amazon purchaser, March 2018