Murry the Worry Bunny

(1 customer review)

£6.99

Murry has a funny feeling in his tummy and needs lots of hugs from his mummy. It’s Murry’s first day back at school, and he’s worried about so many things! 

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Description

Murry has a funny feeling in his tummy and needs lots of hugs from his mummy. It’s Murry’s first day back at school, and he’s worried about so many things! 

With his mummy’s help and his friend Claus by his side, Murry bravely heads off to school, and he soon realises there was nothing to worry about after all! 

This simple, colourful story is a wonderful way to engage with your child and encourage them to talk about their worries.  

Giving children tools to encourage good mental health is so important, and Murry the Worry Bunny is the perfect way to open a conversation about worries with your child. Written by Jo Aston, who is qualified in child development and psychology, this story will help your child to understand their anxieties and share their feelings openly.

Additional information

Author

Jo Aston

Published

September 2021

Language

English

ISBN

9781912765454

Size

280mm x 216mm (h x w)

1 review for Murry the Worry Bunny

  1. Jo – Tea and Cake for the Soul

    Murry the Worry Bunny is both written and colourfully illustrated by Jo Aston. It’s a softback book slightly larger than A4 in size with nice thick quality pages that will be easy for children to hold and turn themselves.

    The story is in rhyme format and deals with the worries that Murry has before starting back to school. It details his physical symptoms as well as his actual worries about his new teachers, his friends, if he’ll get anything wrong, and of course the “virus”.

    It shows the positive side of going back to school with all the fun things they’ll do. At the end of the book, there are some lovely activities to deal with feelings and one even brings in a breathing exercise.

    Murry the Worry Bunny is a useful book if you have a child that worries about going back to school, or has worries in general, as it can open up a dialogue between you and your child about what bothers them.

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