By Lou John & Jenny Bloomfield
Frida worries all the time. Big worries, small worries, and all-the-time worries.
Her worries feel heavy, just like the pebbles she collects every day. Some days, Frida's worries become that only thing she can think about.
But then, one day, her granny teaches her an ingenious way to keep her worries in check-and Frida finally feels the weight of her fears slip away . . . This sensitively written picture book explores how a young girl learns to manage her worries. Jenny Bloomfield's beautifully observed illustrations bring Frida's feelings and experiences vividly to life.
Oxford university Press