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Help Is Here for Facing Fear! - cover

Help Is Here for Facing Fear!

Molly Wigand

Publisher: Abbey Press

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The world can be a scary place—especially when just about everybody is bigger than you and so many experiences are brand-new. Childhood fear is normal. But if it starts to interfere with everyday life, it becomes a problem for a child—and caring adults. This delightfully illustrated book gives simple, concrete advice for dealing with childhood fears and worries. Kids can learn to live full of confidence, free of fear. Help is here!

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