Families come in all different shapes and sizes. Most babies are born into a family, some children join a family when parents form a new family, a step or blended family. Sometimes children are adopted or fostered into a family while some children spend time living with other adults who care for them. In this book, the team from Interrelate answers 100+ Questions Kids Have collected from our school programs.
“The value of this book is that it answers real questions by children in words and phrases that are informative and yet catchy and fun to read. The graphics are factual and present fairly difficult concepts in an entertaining manner.” – Dr Patricia Weerakoon, Director Graduate Program Sexual Health, University of Sydney.
Other titles in the series:
Woof Woof: A Protective Behaviours Story This story is about a little puppy named Woof Woof who is very adventurous and needs to think about how to keep safe. Our feelings let us know what might be happening for us and throughout this story Woof Woof learns to listen to those feelings and what they might mean. Woof Woof gets excited, Woof Woof gets frightened, Woof Woof can be silly sometimes but does Woof Woof know how to keep safe? More info
In *A Magical Bedtime Story*, the Rainbow Pixie has been developed to help teach children how to relax and meditate and features in our children’s introductory relaxation and meditation range called Indigo Dreaming. Indigo teaches children to become aware of their body and to use deep breaths, visualisation and affirmations to consciously relax each body part. Most children will find it most comfortable and will find it most effective to stay on their back for the whole routine. In this book, Indigo turns from lying on his back to... More info
Kids and rules don’t always make a perfect match right away. Following rules that adults make can be hard for children, yet it is an important skill in character education and development. They want to know, “But why can’t I?” But Why Can’t I? explores these feelings using simple text, cheerful illustrations, and a light touch of humour. When Jenny comes over to baby-sit, Noah doesn’t want to do what she says. Rules for games, rules for bedtime: rules, rules, rules! But Jenny helps him understand that adults have to... More info