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Miriam Lassoes the Worry Whirlwind

Feeling Worry and Learning Comfort

68 pages
Mvp Kids Media Llc
What do you do when your sunshine feelings are clouded over by a worry whirlwind? Miriam wants to enjoy new experiences at the County Fair, but first she must remember important tools that help her filter thoughts, assess true dangers and overcome worry with comfort. Discover the LASSO tools Miriam uses to keep her worry whirlwind from becoming a disastrous storm.

Learn and Discuss guide included.

Learn more ways to understand emotions and grow in character in our other MVP Kids books!

Author Bio
In her Real MVP Kids series of books for preschoolers and elementary students, Sophia Day interacts with children through a recipe of entertainment and inviting illustrations. She promotes healthy mentoring relationships by providing opportunities for parents and teachers to personally relate with their children. Her goal is to help inspire honorable character in young men and women to prepare them to become Real MVPs and to live meaningful, responsible lives.

Megan Johnson is a homeschooling, adoptive and special needs mother of five. Prepared by a degree in education, linguistic studies and extensive cross-cultural experience, Megan seeks to provide readers with accessible tools for building a caring, inclusive community. Writing provides an outlet for all of Megan’s passions and the satisfaction of completion when the rest of her parenting duties seem never ending. Megan currently resides in Arizona.

Stephanie Strouse is MVP Kids Creative Director and the illustrator for many of our Real MVP Kids books. Stephanie received a BA in Visual Communications Design from Virginia Tech, developing a passion for communicating through illustration and color. Stephanie loves seeing real life versions of the MVP Kids out and about in real life, reinforcing her desire to make a lasting impact in children’s lives through her creative works. Stephanie currently resides in Ohio.

For more on Sophia, Megan and Stephanie, visit www.realMVPkids.com.