We All Need Some Bunny To Talk To

Some Bunny To Talk To

Scientific research supports the use of “bibliotherapy” and emotionally, we know, that books can decrease our distress. (I think I read Little Women 100 times in the 5th grade). So, our wise minds lead us to know that introducing stories to our children when they need a bit of help is valuable. A priceless new book called Some Bunny To Talk To by Cheryl Sterling, (our own) Paola Conte, and Larissa Labay. It is a story about going to therapy. The back note reads:

Little Bunny has a problem and he doesn’t know how to solve it. Sometimes things in a little bunny’s life can feel so hard. So Big Bunny has an idea. “I have an idea. I’d like you to talk to Some Bunny. Some Bunny is a therapist”…

Published by Magination Press of the American Psychological Association, Some Bunny To Talk To helps to answer the question asked by so many of us parents of how to describe therapy to our 4-8 year old children. Take a peek at it if you can, and here is a link to other “bibliotherapeutic” books.

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