Stories that make children talk about themselves
Trim size in cm: 14x22
Publication date: 01/10/2008
Helping children talk about themselves, their problems and emotions is important. Parents can learn to understand their children better and children can learn to communicate their feelings more effectively (without tears and tantrums). In this way they will learn to develop a serene and positive attitude towards their own states of mind and to build an open and trustful relationship with their parents.
Miagolina is the protagonist of this book. She is a lively, sensitive and imaginative four-year old girl, as all children are. She talks about the things she likes, her fears, her wishes and she also asks many questions that will encourage young readers to do the same. The book is addressed to parents of preschool age children, but also to grandparents, aunts, uncles and educators.
- That time that Miagolina fell in the drain
- When Spigolo was born
- Miagolina and the twisted words
- Spigolo goes to nursery school
- Miagolina dresses up
- When adults shout
- Miagolina’s treasures
- Miagolina and the weeping
- Miagolina dreams