If you loved 'Aroha's Way' then you will LOVE our new children's picture book called 'Let It Go'.
Let It Go encourages children to explore what emotions feel like in their body and finda unique way to release them. Join Aroha and her friends as they navigate their waythrough four emotions: sadness, anger, shame and fear.
The Latin derivative for the word emotion, ‘emotere,' literally means energy in motion.
Following on from the huge success of 'Aroha's Way', Aroha and her friends are again showing children they are not alone in feeling uncomfortable emotions and empowering them with strategies to manage those feelings when they arise.
In the back of the book, we have extra notes in the hope that it will again open up conversations between adults and children. Learning to label emotions, recognise how they feel in the body and ways we can allow those emotions to be let go are all valuable tools for our tamariki.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "This book helps children better understand how to let go of the shame and blame associated with angry actions. Absolutely magic!" - Kylie Johnston, Heart Centred Coach
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "I can't even deal with how much I love this book! It's GORGEOUS! I wish I'd had it when I was a kid." - Nicola
Craig Phillips has worked as a professional illustrator for the US and Australian publishing industries for twenty years. His client list includes Random House, Scholastic, Simon and Schuster, Hachette, Hardie Grant, Bloomsbury, Oxford University Press and many more. His work has appeared in art anthologies such as The Society of Illustrators Annual, Spectrum Fantastic Art Annual and Luerzers 200 Best Illustrators Worldwide, and has been exhibited at the Museum of American Illustration. Phillips also worked on Neil Gaiman's American Gods in 2017. His first solo work, titled Giants, Trolls, Witches, Beasts: Ten Tales from the Deep, Dark Woods (Allen and Unwin, 2017) won the NZ Book Award's Russell Clark Award for Illustration, a Gold Ledger in the Australian Ledger Awards, a Notable Book in the CBCA Awards and was also a finalist in the Aurealis Awards.