Tomorrow Is Near But Today Is Here
Tomorrow Is Near But Today Is Here4.43 7 5 Scritto da: Asaf Rozanes Letto da: Susan Mcgurl
The stress, worry and anxiety our children face is greater than any generation before.
Anxiety disorders affect one in eight children. Research shows that untreated children with anxiety disorders are at higher risk to perform poorly in school, miss out on important social experiences, and engage in substance abuse.
Here's what readers are already saying about this amazing picture book:
*****(5*) "wow! what a wonderful book, this book really helps to embed a strong positive outlook on life and it really made me reflect and made me focus on all the positives throughout our day, a really pleasant read as you are taken through on a wave of clever rhyme. recommended for all children!" - Joshua McManus
*****(5*) "My daughter is 3 years old, and still has a very difficult time falling asleep. I read this book to her and I could see how interested she was in everything that the main character Mia does and her father's advice. She listens so closely and I think she really relates with Mia. I also noticed that she found a new technique to relax herself at bedtime. She breathes out all the bad thoughts just like Mia does and I think it helps her fall asleep. She keeps asking me to read it to her at bedtime and I absolutely love it." - AnotherReview
*****(5*) "My grandchildren loved the illustrations and the story. We discussed the meaning that it doesn't do any good to worry. Adults and children of all ages will love this book." - Rich Linville
*****(5*) "This poetic story offers insight to children about how to stop worrying so much and enjoy a happier life. I think adults can learn from the message in this book also." - Dr. Grace LaJoy Henderson
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