Ruby Finds a Worry
From the creator of Perfectly Norman comes a sensitive and reassuring story about what to do when a worry won't leave you alone.
Ruby loves being Ruby—swinging up really high and exploring her backyard. But one day, Ruby finds a worry.
At first, it's not such a big worry. But each day, it grows a little bigger. And a little bigger. Then the worry is ENORMOUS, and it's all she can think about. Until she discovers that everyone has worries, and the best way to get rid of them is to talk about them.
This perceptive and poignant story from the author/illustrator of Perfectly Norman is the perfect springboard for talking to children about sharing their hidden worries.
Tom Percival is the author and illustrator of the Big Bright Feelings picture books—including Ruby Finds a Worry, Milo's Monster, Meesha Makes Friends, Ravi's Roar, Tilda Tries Again, and Perfectly Norman. He is also the author of Goat's Coat. He writes and illustrates in his native United Kingdom where he lives in a town called Stroud with his family.
“Puts words and pictures to feelings and traits that are difficult to articulate and explain.” ?Kirkus Reviews
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