Superheroes Don’t Get Scared is an insightful, funny, rhyming tale which encourages children to face their fears and find their inner superpowers.
Scared Maisie Brown dreams of being a fearless superhero – because they never get frightened, right? But when Dad and Mum explain that even the strongest, boldest and bravest hero can sometimes feel afraid, and that’s perfectly fine, Maisie realises there’s a superhero in all of us.
With fun characters, rhyming text and a wonderfully relatable, take-away message w this heart-warming book is an amazing addition to any ‘little hero’s’ bookshelf.
This picture book is also brilliantly illustrated with stunning, colourful artwork by acclaimed illustrator Clare Elsom which children, parents and teachers alike will love.
“Helping children understand their emotions as well as identifying the same feelings in other people is an important step in their emotional wellbeing and positive mental health. Superheroes Don’t Get Scared is a brilliant and insightful book, which normalises the experience of fear and anxiety, as well as encouraging children to face their fears and find their inner (super) powers.” Lauren Callaghan Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Co-founder and Clinical Director of Trigger Publishing
Superheroes Don’t Get Scared, written by Kate Thompson and illustrated by Clare Elsom, published by Upside Down Books is out now and availabl at all good book shops.
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Q. Name the little girl who dreams of being a fearless superhero in the new book Superheroes Don’t Get Scared?