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Pat Thomas

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Pat Thomas

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    Pat Thomas is a trained psychotherapist, naturopath, journalist and mother. After working as a journalist and broadcaster in the USA, she now works in the field of women's health and child development and writes for various publications including Practical Parenting.
    28th August 2014

    A First Look At: Family Break-Up: My Family's Changing

    A beautifully illustrated picture book to support children through divorce or separation. The fears, worries and quest... More

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    11th August 2015

    A First Look At: Overcoming Shyness: Leave Me Alone!

    This wonderful picture book helps children who become worried in social situations to overcome their fear of new place... More

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    11th August 2015

    Obesity: Don't Call Me Fat

    This reassuring picture book explores the issue of obesity in simple terms. It looks at reasons why children and adult... More

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    14th May 2009

    Death: I Miss You

    This reassuring picture book explores the difficult issue of death for young children. Children's feelings and questio... More

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    23rd October 2014

    Everybody Matters: Respect For Others

    A beautifully illustrated picture book that introduces children to the concept of respect. It explains that everyone d... More

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    10th October 2013

    A First Look At: A Parent in the Armed Forces: Come Home Soon

    This reassuring picture book explores the issue of a parent working away from home in the armed forces.When a parent is ... More

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    18th November 2010

    A First Look At: Disability: Don't Call Me Special

    A beautifully illustrated picture book that teaches children about a range of disabilities. It challenges the stereoty... More

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    24th August 2009

    ADHD

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    28th August 2014

    A First Look At: Safety: I Can Be Safe

    This book explores the issue of safety for young children. It explains the importance of understanding the difference ... More

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    8th July 2004

    Skin I'm in

    Racial discrimination is cruel--and especially so to younger children. This title encourages kids to accept and be comfo... More

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