Another rave review for the Feel Brave series!

23 September 2016

‹Avril McDonald, author of the illustrated children™s Feel Brave series of ˜little stories about big feelings™, continues to attract rave reviews for both her books and their learning outcomes within the school setting.

œAll primary schools™ literacy and PHSE subject leaders should be fully embracing the Feel Brave series of stories into curricular practice. Everyday emotional and personal challenges are woven into the most absorbing stories that children and teachers alike will marvel from. The cross-curricular learning potential is far-reaching. - Giles Platt, Regional Primary School Sports Advisor & Professional Qualified Grant Writer.

The five beautifully illustrated Feel Brave story books are all designed to help children explore emotional intelligence, positive psychology and some of the real-life issues which they might face “ such as bullying, anxiety, bereavement, friendships and worries “ in an engaging, creative and non-threatening way, whilst the Feel Brave Teaching Guide serves as the perfect companion in providing activities and guidance on how to explore these issues in the classroom.

Click here to view a range of buying options for the books, where you can buy them individually or as two different sets - with and without the teacher resource.


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