Giveaway: 4 Copies of Daniel’s Dreams- Monster Mountain, a Children’s Book about Mental Health
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A brand new book that talks about mental health in a child-friendly way, Daniel’s Dream*, is one of my current favourites during this difficult time.
If you’ve read my recent suggestions for indoor activities with kids to beat the boredom, you will have seen this book is featured.
It’s written by a teacher, Leanne Brown, who has seen how childhood mental health has reached epidemic levels in schools.
She feels the conversation with youngsters about their mental wellbeing often never takes place, so she created this series of books to change that.
This is the first volume in the Monster Mountain series, which aims to share fun and adventurous stories whilst helping children to understand mental health issues.
Leanne says about her new series:
Here’s Leanne’s description of the book for an idea of the storyline:
Daniel is a young boy from a ‘normal’ family. He’s shy, quiet and worries about things in life, unlike his sister Darcie, who is outgoing, loud, and confident.
Daniel loves bedtime because his imagination, through his dreams, takes him on adventures, where he meets new people and visits new places.
One night, a monster appears in his bedroom, who takes him on an adventure to Monster Mountain. Daniel always thought monsters were scary, but tonight he learns they’re just like humans; they have feelings and worry about things in their lives.
Daniel notices that each monster is individual and unique and helps one of the monsters, Shelley, who is really struggling with anxiety. Daniel teaches Shelley different ways to cope with her anxiety. He, too, must use these skills to get over his own worries about school. Can he overcome his worries and apply the strategies to cope?
There’s a resource pack to go alongside the book which is available in print and digitally too.
Giveaway (ends 22/2/21)
I’m giving away FOUR copies of this book, so to be in with a chance of winning, please enter below.
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