Following the success of his first picture book, The Magic Moment , musician and mindfulness expert Niall Breslin (Bressie) is back with another important life lesson for young children, beautifully brought to life by illustrator Sheena Dempsey.
When Freddie sees all the presents his friend Ben gets for his birthday, he feels a bit sad ...
Nana teaches Freddie how to be thankful for everything he has - together they count all the wonderful things in their lives. This gratitude trick is a helpful technique for dealing with the uncomfortable and often confusing feelings of jealousy that children inevitably encounter.
Praise for The Magic Moment , by the same author
'The sort of book that could be genuinely helpful to an anxious child' THE IRISH TIMES
'Teaches children a really simple and effective mindfulness technique for managing big feelings' DR MALIE COYNE
'A book with an important message' IRISH INDEPENDENT
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Niall Breslin (Bressie) is an Irish musician and producer. He is currently studying for a Masters in Mindfulness Based Interventions with UCD. His first book, Me and My Mate Jeffrey, was a number one bestseller.
Sheena Dempsey is a children's illustrator from Cork. Among the books she has illustrated are the Dave Pigeon series and Yoga Babies by Fearne Co
Lucy Courtenay (Author)
Lucy Courtenay spent many years working in publishing, before seeing sense and leaving to pursue writing children's fiction full-time. She has contributed to a number of series for young readers including Beast Quest and Animal Ark, whilst more recently writing romance for young adults. When not writing, she enjoys singing, reading