How are you feeling today? An adult may be able to explain what’s going on in his or her mind, but for a child that’s feeling troubled, it might be a little more difficult to pinpoint the problem. Louise Bladen’s new book What’s in Your Mind Today? attempts to explain that negative thoughts are not permanent, and they will go away.
Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.
This picture book shows children with varying situations. One child doesn’t have a lot of thoughts happening, while another child has lots of scary thoughts. The continuous theme throughout the book is that we are all different, and that thoughts are temporary. This book would probably be a very helpful resource for professionals working with young children (teachers, counselors, therapists, and so on).