Parenting Books for Children with Low Self-Esteem (PDF)
Parenting Books for Children with Low Self-Esteem is written by award winning writers and Consultant Clinical Psychologists Dr James Manning and Dr Nicola Ridgeway. This full-color, beautifully illustrated book is a wonderful story of hope that gently unwraps the truth about self-worth for children.
Parenting Books for Children with Low Self-Esteem is written by award winning writers and Consultant Clinical Psychologists Dr James Manning and Dr Nicola Ridgeway. This 30 page full-color, beautifully illustrated book is a wonderful story of hope that gently unwraps the truth about self-worth for children.
The book follows the story of a vase called Valerie who moves to a new environment and is treated very poorly by the people around her. After being treated badly by others Valerie begins to believe that the way she is treated defines who she is. Valerie begins to question her self-worth but through a series of difficult and frightening events goes on to discover that true self-esteem and self-worth come from a place that can never be questioned.
File size: 30.2 MB
Page size: 21 cm x 29.7 cm
Benefits of Parenting Books
This book will benefit parents, carers and therapists of
Children who are being bullied at school
Children with low self-esteem
Children who are finding it difficult to make new friends
Children who are moving school or moving home
Children whose family situation has changed abruptly
Children who are struggling to adjust to changes in their lives
Sample Text from Inside
There was once a vase called Valerie who was owned by a couple called Mr and Mrs Taylor. For years Valerie lay in the couple’s loft with boxes and blankets piled on top of her.
Valerie felt very unwanted and alone. Her only company was a little spider who came to visit her once in a while.
One day while Valerie was dozing she was woken by the distant sound of a woman’s voice.
‘John, I can’t find anything to put my wet umbrella in … Can you see if there’s anything we can use in the loft? … It’s full of old junk but you might find something we can use.’
Not long afterwards, Valerie heard the loft door opening and a deep voice said, ‘I think I’ve found something that could do the job!’
Before Valerie knew what was happening she was being picked up and carried through the house.