Growing up has it ups and downs, has happy times and confusing times, and with all of that comes worry and anxiety. How does a young person face all of these challenges? The Book Of No Worries by Lizzie Cox is a book for young people to help understand the challenges of growing up.
Did you know that children as young as 10 deal with issues at school, experience increased pressure to study, while maintaining good grades and making friendships. Now, mix into that, the non-stop nature of social media and all the added pressure it brings. Is it not a wonder why anxiety and depression is on the rise.
The Book Of no Worries reassure readers that their worries and fears are perfectly normal. Offers practical tips for managing anxiety and stress. The Book Of no Worries focuses on the emotional well being and mental health of young people.
The Book Of no Worries recognizes worries such as: problems at school, relationship woes, body image concerns, troubles at home, social media, drugs and alcohol, even fashion and beauty.
Fears and worries are a normal part of everyday growing up and The Book Of no Worries can guide a young person through it. This friendly and funny book aims to reassure tweens that their worries and fears are normal and offers practical tips for managing anxiety and stress.
Author, Lizzie Cox: is a former editor of popular teen brand Sugarscape and an award-winning journalist who has written for a range of titles. Lizzie is known for her humorous, light-hearted tone and has plenty of experience in tackling teen subjects for both boys and girls.
Illustrator, Tanja Stevanovic