This month, all my blogs are about books – ones that I have found useful and wonder if you might too.
This week, I’m recommending an author’s collection of books, rather than just one. Todd Parr writes the most fabulous, colourful and affirming books, ostensibly for children, but (as with many things done ‘for children’) they are really good for adults too.
I came across them many years ago, when writing a PSHE scheme of work for primary schools (Jigsaw PSHE). We used The Family Book and It’s Okay To Be Different in our lesson plans, though could have chosen anything from the considerable list of Todd’s books, including It’s Okay To Make Mistakes, The Feelings Book and The Don’t Worry Book.
The titles are self-explanatory and the books are really short, with punchy messages that don’t hold back. And did I mention colourful?! I love them all!
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