Ellie Jelly wakes up hungry and ready for breakfast, but Mum is busy with her little sister Grace. Ellie tries to get Mum's attention: she bangs the table, she makes loud singing noises, but it's no good. Finally she decides to make her own breakfast, picking up the heavy milk carton and - OH NO - spilling the milk all over the table and the floor! Mum gets really angry and shouts at Ellie - Ellie feels all wobbly and her chest is banging - will Ellie Jelly and Mum ever be friends again? This book will helps children aged 3-7 to understand why parents sometimes get angry, and that they don't always mean what they mean when they are cross. Ellie's mum loves her more than the whole wide world.
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Sarah Naish is an adoptive parent and Director of Inspire Training Group, which delivers training on attachment issues. Her daughter Rosie Jefferies is a trainer at Inspire Training Group. They live in Gloucestershire, UK.More about Sarah Naish
Kath Grimshaw is a writer, illustrator and children's book designer. She has Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and, as a child, she struggled to understand why she felt the way she did, which inspired her to write this story. Kath studied Human Sciences at Oxford University before pursuing a career in children's book publishing. She now freelances from her hometMore about Kath Grimshaw