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WorryWoo™ Don't Feed the Worry Bug Book

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378687
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Telling the story of Wince who learns the secret to keeping his worries away. Combine with plush toy Wince, the Monst...
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WorryWoo™ Don't Feed the Worry Bug Book

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378687
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Telling the story of Wince who learns the secret to keeping his worries away. Combine with plush toy Wince, the Monster of Worry (378679). WorryWoo? Books and their accompanying monsters support social and emotional development and encourage communication skills. Creating a supportive and safe environment leads to happy and healthy young bodies and minds. This story, when combined with the soft cuddly creature and parent or educator interaction, will assist children to build confidence and provide the ideal opportunity for open discussion on topics that don?t always have an easy answer. Each WorryWoo? story concludes with an uplifting message and helps children to understand and deal with emotions and feelings in a positive way. Hardback. Features hand illustrated with pen, ink and watercolour. Measures 21 H x 17cm W.
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