OH NO! Ellie Jelly has spilt milk all over the floor and mum is really mad! Will things ever be OK again? A simple reassuring book that helps children aged 3-7 and parents to talk about when things go wrong and people lose their temper.
Sarah Naish is an adoptive parent. She is also Director of Inspire Training Group, which delivers training on attachment issues and Founder of the National Association of Therapeutic Parents. She is also author of a series of books for adoptive and foster families: Therapeutic Parenting Books.
Ellie Jelly and the Massive Mum Meltdown gives an honest
insight into the 'real life' bad days that grown-ups sometimes
have. -- Fi Star-Stone, Parenting expert and Author
This is a lovely book which tells the story of how one mum loses her temper, then attempts to put it right, by admitting she got it wrong and saying sorry. This book can help young children realise that adults may shout, but they can also apologise, and help children understand how much they're loved. -- Elizabeth O'Shea, Parenting specialist, and founder of Parent 4 Success.