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Have You Ever Felt Down?



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Have You Ever Felt Down? by Lee Sullivan
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The 'Have you ever felt...?' series is helping parents and adults when talking to children about uncomfortable or unfamiliar feelings. Have you ever felt down? Amelia is going to a theme park with her Nan, but she has woken up feeling a bit sad. She doesn't know why she feels this way. Not wanting to let her Nan down she goes to the theme park, but nothing seems to make her feel normal again. Have any of the happy people at the theme park ever felt that way? Join Amelia and her Nan as they embark on a journey to find answers to Amelia's question and as they discover some amazing ways to stop feeling down, who knows? Maybe Amelia might even feel like herself again! Other books available in the series: -Have you ever felt anxious? -Have you ever felt like crying? -Have you ever felt angry?

Author Biography

Lee Sullivan has worked in secondary education as a pastoral leader for many years. During this time, he has found that on numerous occasions, his students had difficulty in dealing with unsettling or negative emotions. More worryingly, was how challenged students felt when talking about their emotions, especially with their parents. As a new father to a baby girl, Lee wanted his daughter to feel confident and comfortable talking to him about anything. He wrote this book, one of a series, so that he could share with his daughter that certain emotions and feelings were natural and talking to someone about them was the best way to get support. Lee does not claim to be an expert in mental health, but through his experiences with his students and their challenges in opening up to parents, he firmly believes that if parents talk to their children early on in life then they will be better equipped to deal with these feelings as they grow up. Helping them to feel at ease discussing their feelings, good and challenging, with parents in later life.
Release date Australia
June 13th, 2018
Illustrations, color
Lee Sullivan
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