Hannah has bad dreams and a great imagination. She learns how to use her imagination to turn her bad dreams into good ones and you can to If you are tired of waking up to cries of "I had a bad dream," this book can help you and your little ones finally get a good night's sleep.
This book uses a known therapeutic strategy to help children overcome bad dreams, and is a fun book for any child who likes art. A blank page is often scary for an adult to look at, but kids see blank pages as canvases waiting to be filled. In this book, kids are not only allowed to, but encouraged to draw on the pages Children love getting to draw in this book, and then reading it again and again with their art telling the story Adult artists who are first venturing into illustration use this book as a tool for practicing placing their pictures with someone else's text. Look inside at the tips page for more on how to use this I Create Art book for the little (or not so little) artists in your life.
"Goodbye Bad Dreams is a story that will delight all children. As soon as you begin reading, you know you are being taken on many amazing journeys and each one a wonderful and exciting surprise. It is a story of hope and resiliency that challenges children in a creative way to cope with scary dreams, and a great resource for parents and counselors." - Linda Diaz, LPC, Registered Play Therapist, Certified Trauma Treatment Specialist, and author of The Wounded Yellow Butterfly.
This item is Non-Returnable
- ISBN-13: 9781091495913
- ISBN-10: 1091495912
- Publisher: Independently Published
- Publish Date: April 2019
- Dimensions: 10 x 7.99 x 0.1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.26 pounds
- Page Count: 48