Mummy Still Loves Me by Rosita Bird

Mummy Still Loves Me

byRosita Bird

Kobo ebook | March 6, 2016

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This is a gentle book of reassurance to let children know that they are still loved despite the fact that mummy is poorly. When a parent is bi-polar or suffers from a depressive or other mental illness, it can be hard for a child to understand that a parent's withdrawal does not mean they have stopped loving them. This little book by Rosita Bird, beautifully illustrated by Lynn Costelloe, could help avoid insecurity and provide reassurance that things will eventually return to normal. Endorsement by author and mental health and disability advocate Jeanette Purkis - "Mummy Still Loves Me is a sensitively written and beautifully illustrated book for young children about how depression can affect their parent. The book very insightfully navigates this difficult topic in a way that young children can relate to. The message is so important for children who may struggle to understand what is happening when a parent experiences depression. The message of the book is to reassure children that even though their parent may be depressed they still love them. The book has a message of hope in recovery which will help children understand that things can and do improve. I think this is a very important addition to children’s literature and will help a lot of children understand that even when they are depressed and struggling, their mum (or dad) still loves them."
Title:Mummy Still Loves MeFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 6, 2016Publisher:Crimson Cloak PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1681609355

ISBN - 13:9781681609355

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