Children love to hear exciting stories about bravery and situations they recognise. Brave Bear and his friends give the children familiar, amazing, captivating stories, that encourage bravery and boost self-esteem. The Brave Books teams have created dozens of story books relating to every day issues facing parents and children, to help them with the changes and challenges in life through adventures with Brave Bear and friends.
Brave Bear books can be used throughout your child’s life from early toddler years of learning to use the potty and giving up their dummy to encouraging bravery in older children when going to school, fighting with friends, understanding illnesses, experiencing bullying or trauma and much more. Click here to read more about how these therapy books can be used to help your child. It is advisable to buy a mini Brave Bear with your first book order, the Brave Bear encourages bravery.
Glance through all the wonderful titles in the Brave Books collection, if our titles are not what you looking for please tell us your story. If the Brave Books team think your story can also help other families, Brave Bear and friends will create a magical book for you.
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