Facing new or unpleasant circumstances can cause children to fear the experience. But when they don’t face the fear head-on, it can only make the problem worse. All Kinds of Fears presents some of these common childhood fears in a fun pop-up format.
Letting children know it’s okay to feel their feelings is important in dealing with those fears. And this book also provides resources and guidance in moving past the fear. Any child who is afraid of something would be helped by knowing that he’s not alone, and that others also suffer from and have successfully overcome similar fears.
Reviewer: Alice Berger