Monday, September 14, 2015

Does your child have the GRUMPS? (Giveaway)

We all have trouble dealing with emotions but for kids, talking and sorting out emotions can be especially difficult.  As parents, teachers and caregivers we are always looking for ways to help our children to understand and manage their emotions in a healthy way.

That is why I am so excited to share this book with you all.  The Grumps was written by Paula Hillick and it is a wonderful tool for parents to use with their kids.  Not only does it validate what they sometimes feel, it gives it a name and helps them to learn how to deal with this emotion in a healthy and supportive way.  It is a beautiful story with a heartfelt message.  

Paula has released this book as the first in a series of stories that are aimed to help children manage emotions and develop tools to deal with them.  This book can help parents, teachers and caregivers to empower children and show them that through their choices they are in control of their emotions, words, thoughts and actions. 

To purchase the book you can visit any of these 3 websites to purchase a copy of your own in e-book format or softcover.  Also take note of our great giveaway below.

Think Care Share:

Author Paula Hillick has also created a community called Think Care Share to foster an environment of positivity and help spark positive change in families, in communities and the world. It is a great resource for everyone.  I can't wait for the next books in her series.


I am VERY excited to be able to offer this book for free to 3 or my readers.  Enter the contest below for your chance to own your very own copy.

Good luck everyone!


  1. My daughter 9 has an anxiety disorder called Selective Mutism so emotions can play a big part in her day. The biggest one is anxiety and controlling how the anxiety controls her.
    For my daughter 6 - she's having a hard time with when she is angry and working thru it rather than lashing out.

  2. This was a wonderful book! I loved reading it to my 2 kids and they had so much fun with it as well. I do agree with the last review that this should be available in elementary schools- it is an easy fun teaching tool for kids. Plus as a parent is a good way to "start conversations" with your kids when they are having a bad day, or they are snappy


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