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Molly Potter

Molly Potter always dreamt of being a teacher and is now a teacher trainer, She has written many books that help teachers prepare for life in the classroom and is also the author of How Are You Feeling Today?, a book that explains all about emotions. Many of her books focus on the value of PSHE.

Molly Potter Books

  • WWRY 4 years +
    4 years +
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    This is a book for small children who have big worries. It has step-by-step solutions for problems including falling out with a friend and getting in trouble at school.

    It will help young children understand and deal with worries and give tips on controlling them. It has ideas for things to do when feeling overwhelmed by thoughts and feelings and even has step-by-step tips to get through various scenarios.

    With fun and lively illustrations, this gentle book is ideal for those who are looking to gain confidence and will also help them develop emotional literacy. It will act as a key tool for parents and practitioners who want to help children open up about their problems.
  • LTBB 7 years +
    7 years +
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    This illustrated book provides a clear and honest approach to the difficult subjects of puberty, sex, reproduction and relationships. It's perfect for helping you explain the facts of life to your children.

    Written by the author of previous Book People favourite How Are You Feeling Today?, this all-encompassing picture book will help you answer all those difficult questions as children start to wonder about their bodies. It's perfect for helping you ease them into understanding the subtleties of growing up.

    Written with honesty and sensitivity and with clear and concise language, this book explains all about different kinds of sexual partnerships and relationships and includes a guide for handling children's questions and feelings about their bodies.

    Please be advised that this book covers mature themes about growing up including sex, gender and relationships with honesty.
  • HAYF 6 years +
    6 years +
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    Emotions can be a difficult subject of conversation to start up with young children and many people don't know where to start. Molly Potter's How are You Feeling Today? can help...

    Providing children aged 6 and over with straightforward, entertaining and (most importantly) appropriate ideas to help them deal with a selection of significant emotions, this book lets children choose a feeling that they can relate to and the provides strategies for dealing with it.

    Containing helpful notes for parents and covering both positive and negative emotions, How are You Feeling Today? is a delightful books that parent and child can explore together.
  • WYBM 3 years +
    3 years +
    • £2.99
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    Filled with beautiful illustrations, this humorous and charming book will prompt children to discuss the idea of friendship. Every double-page spread has a question at the top and then hints and advice on what being a good friend entails.

    This picture book asks what makes someone a friend; how we make friends; what you can do to be a good friend; and what things make people not-so-good friends.

    This book also has a friendship quiz on the back page and a guide for parents to help you deal with issues if your children have bad friendship experiences.
  • LDI2 3 years +
    3 years +
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    From Molly Potter, best-selling author of How Are You Feeling Today? and What's Worrying You?, comes a picture book for starting conversations with children about death, bereavement and what happens next. When someone dies, we can feel a whole host of different emotions and explaining them to a child isn't so easy. This book uses clear, easy-to-understand language to answer complex questions about death and how a child might feel when someone dies. It covers all manner of tricky subjects with sensitivity and honesty, from what death is to why people die. Each double page spread takes a child through how they might feel, what they might think and how they might behave. With engaging illustrations, gentle guidance and simple advice for parents and carers, Let's Talk About When Someone Dies fulfils an important but difficult need for starting conversations with children about death and bereavement, in an accessible and supportive way.