No Saturday without Red Jelly
by Elizaveta Tusheva, Chiara Battisti, Luisa Mohme, Franziska Roth
Wim the Raccoon is a happy guy; he lives in the forest with Hector the Hare, and they have a great time together. But then Wim changes. He becomes sad and gloomy, and Hector doesn’t know what’s wrong with him. The hare goes to look for help and meets Dr Owl, an expert in invisible illnesses. With Dr Owl’s help, Wim the Raccoon starts to enjoy life again.
This book explains to children and their parents different mental illnesses, how to recognize them, and how and where to get help. As well as important information, the children’s book also provides practical tasks and exercises.
• children of primary school age
(between 6 and 12) who come into
contact with a mental disorder and
• relatives and therapists
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- Publisher Hogrefe AG
- Orginal LanguageGerman
- ISBN/Identifier 9783456860909
- Publication Country or regionSwitzerland
- Primary Price 24.95 EUR
- Publish StatusPublished
- Original Language TitleKein Samstag ohne rote Grütze
- Copyright Year2020
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