The Big Worry Day

The Big Worry Day
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Release Date
August 23, 2022
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A girl and her dog find ways to deal with her anxiety in this beautiful debut picture book

A little girl is convinced that her dog worries, just like her. With a whole day ahead of them, she'll need to figure out how to soothe them both. She prepares snacks, first aid, and even a sword in case there are any monsters. But when nothing works to ease their worries, she’ll need to get creative.
Written by K.A. Reynolds, who includes helpful ways to ease anxiety, and beautifully illustrated Chloe Dominique, this sweet and necessary story is a warm hug for any child who’s ever felt anxious or nervous.

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Facing fears
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The Big Worry Day is a wonderful children's book about conquering one's fears.
The characters, a little girl and her dog named Bea, are relatable ; they both have fears they need to overcome in order to have adventures. We get to follow along as they find ways to comfort one another and gather the courage to go outside to play. Children, and adults alike, can replicate the things this duo practice to help themselves overcome their own anxieties.

I felt that the writing didn't flow as nicely as it could have, some of the wording just felt a bit clunky. That being said, it was still easy to read aloud and for my children to follow along with.

The illustrations are adorable! There is just enough to highlight the characters' feelings without taking away from the story itself.

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