Anxious Annie, The World's Greatest Thinker, Anxiety & Obsessive Compulsive Disorder by Jill BobulaAnxious Annie, The World's Greatest Thinker, Anxiety & Obsessive Compulsive Disorder by Jill Bobula

Anxious Annie, The World's Greatest Thinker, Anxiety & Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

byJill Bobula, Katherine BobulaIllustratorRob Rob Hall

Paperback | November 1, 2009

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Anxious Annie is the World's Greatest Thinker. Annie is the heartwarming story of a girl who has anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder and who still believes she's awesome! Part of the WE ARE POWERFUL children's book series.
Title:Anxious Annie, The World's Greatest Thinker, Anxiety & Obsessive Compulsive DisorderFormat:PaperbackDimensions:36 pages, 9 × 9 × 0.25 inPublished:November 1, 2009Publisher:Wildberry Productions IncLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0978409531

ISBN - 13:9780978409531

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This positive and empowering book will help readers of all ages to understand the impact that anxiety, and particularly obsessive-compulsive disorder, can have on the lives of children and youth. through accessible and destigmatizing language, the description of Annie's experiences with anxiety carries an underlying message of hope and resiliency.Lauren Humphreys, Ph. D., Clinical Psychologist, Mood and Anxiety Team, Children's Hospital of Easter Ontario, CanadaThis endearing book puts you inside the minds and hearts of children experiencing obsessive-compulsive disorder. You will be touched by Anxious Annie, and your view of anxious children will shift towards greater sensitivity, positive empathy, and deeper respect.Dr. Paul Foxman, Founder and Director of the Center for Anxiety Disorders, Vermont, USA, Author of Dancing with Fear and The Worried Child.Anxiety disorders are probably the most misunderstood of challenges that children can face. They often deal with frustration and irritation on the part of adults and other children who see them as simply choosing to be fretful and intense. This lovely book will help children and adults alike to understand the experiences children have as they struggle to balance their anxieties and compulsions with the desire to get on with life just like their friends. This book would be a wonderful addition to any classroom or home library.Dr. Michelle D. Blain, Clinical Psychologist