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I like bees . . . but I don’t like honey!
I like my imaginary friend . . . but I don’t like it when people say he’s not real.
A beautifully illustrated, funny and thought-provoking book for building confidence and encouraging children to express their feelings – about anything and everything. This book will help enable a much broader conversation about individuality, fear and hopes.
All author royalties are being donated to the NSPCC.
Speak as you find. Don't ever be afraid to speak as you find. Here is a great little book that can help give children the confidence to tell out loud how they feel. It's fun too, and beautifully illustrated.
Charming artwork...A great starting point for conversations
An important book helping children understand that their feelings and opinions MATTER, written with charm and warmth. Empowering and a great way to help children speak up about their anxieties and worries.
I like Honey and bees but I LOVE this book.
I'll tell you what I like - this book!
This bright, attractive picture book uses children’s own words alongside lively illustrations to make important points about confidence, self-awareness and the value of personal opinion.
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