Train Your Dragon to Overcome Anxiety. A Cute Story to Teach Kids How to Deal with Anxiety, Worry and Fear (My Dragon Books - Volume 22)
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Having a pet dragon is very fun!
He can sit, roll over, and play...
He can candle a birthday cake, lit a campfire, or so many other cool things...
But what if your dragon is constantly worrying about so many things?
What if he's worried about his math test even though he has studied very hard?
What if he's so nervous about his upcoming book report in front of the class?
What if he gets so anxious when he has to go get a shot from the doctor office? So anxious that he has a meltdown?
What if your dragon is always asking about "What If"?
What should you do?
You teach him how to deal with his anxiety!
Get this book and learn how!
Fun, cute, and entertaining with beautiful illustrations, this is a must have book for children, parents and teachers to teach kids the proper way to think, and deal with worry and anxiety!
GET THIS BOOK NOW AND ENJOY!
My son has aniexty and he loves reading this
the book is amazing, it's so simple but yet genius. It helps my son put into perspective that anxiety isn't a part of who he is but is something he lives with. Makes it better to control it than being overpowered by it. I don't know if that makes sense but it's a favorite at our home.
While anxiety is something my autistic daughter experiences regularly, it is a bit abstract to really explain to an almost 3 year old. The pictures in this book, especially Diggory's expressions and gestures, make anxiety more relatable and tangible. She can see his hands up by his head, just like hers, and know what that feeling means. She can see him imagining things that haven't happened yet and learn those things don't always happen, even when she's worried. A real blessing!
My daughter is 3. While I agree that most of the content in the book is geared towards school-aged kids, my daughter was mesmerized by the "getting shots" part, and she asked to read about it many times. She remembers how she was afraid to get a flu shot in the fall, so she's definitely using the book to process it.Unexpectedly, I myself loved the book! That spread where the dragon says "what if I can't", does a somersault, and says "what if I can" is so cool. My habitual behavior is finding excuses in order not to things, but now I bring up that picture in my mind and it helps me to act bolder!
I read this book to a small group and also use it in individual sessions. I've used it several times with students who have anxious feelings at school. It also helps those who don't feel anxious about school understand what others are going through.Steve also sends out emails with easy steps on how to draw different dragons. The kids love this.