When Fuzzy Was Afraid Of Big And Loud Things

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When Fuzzy the little sheep is afraid of loud noises such as thunder and lightning, and the big farm animals that make big sounds, his father gently encourages and reassures him, while giving him practice in simple imagery, coping scripts, and step-by-step behavioral changes. Fuzzy’s fears are depicted in ways that the young child can recognize. Examples of coping strategies are interwoven with humorous imagery, self-soothing thoughts, and realistic expectations. Full-color illustrations. Ages 3 and up.

© 2006 Maier, Inger
Audience: Children