Storm In A Jar, Samuel Langley-Swain ( picturebook, Sept 2021)
A lovely story that encourages children to talk about bereavement but also feelings around anger and how to embrace, release and manage them. Arlo has lost his granny, but the story can easily be widened to talk about loss of other loved one.
With Inclusive representation including BAME lead character with hearing aid and step-parents.
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