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Sometimes, with ghosts...
Wee, Charlyn
Mascot Books / Hardcover / 2019-06-01 / 1643073893
Children's Books / Fiction and Essays
price: $21.95
38 pages
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With kind words and charming illustrations, Sometimes With Ghosts... promotes key components of the Mindfulness Self-Compassion program. Young readers will learn that it's okay to have uncomfortable feelings, which in the end aren't so scary after all.

About the Author:

Charlyn Wee is the author and illustrator of Sometimes, With Ghosts.... An advocate of the Mindfulness Self-Compassion Program, her first children's book aims to make its message accessible to young readers. She lives in Canada.

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