Romper: 9 Books To Help Your Child With Their Anxiety

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From conquering specific fears to addressing chronic worry, these stories make child anxiety much easier to comprehend.

Not to mention, they teach kids how to be understand and be compassionate when the situation arises. Additionally, the books on this list don’t dismiss the concerns that children may have. Rather, they address them head-on and try to offer some comfort and help to those who need it.

  1. After The Fall: How Humpty Dumpty Got Back Up Again, by Dan Santat
  2. Wemberly Worried, by Kevin Henkes
  3. What If…, by Anthony Browne
  4. The Sound Of Silence, by Katrina Goldsaito
  5. The Fix-It Friends: Have No Fear!, by Nicole C. Kear
  6. As Brave As You, by Jason Reynolds
  7. The Best Worst Thing, by Kathleen Lane
  8. George, by Alex Gino
  9. Help! I’ve Got An Alarm Bell Going Off In My Head!, by K.L. Aspden


Romper’s article can be found here: 9 Books To Help Your Child With Their Anxiety

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