Using Books to Help Build
a Child’s Coping Skills
Bobby’s Books is a program that uses books to help children and adults deal with difficult issues. Using children's literature as a springboard for conversations will give kids the chance to express their feelings and tell their own stories.
Grandma consoles her frightened granddaughter by telling her that the dark clouds of the impending storm are nothing more than the ingredients for a Thunder Cake.
Ever have a child afraid of thunderstorms? This book discusses facing your fears head on and making something fun associated with the fear instead of the fear itself. A grandmother bakes a Thunder Cake with her grandchild to help dispel the fear of the storm.
July 27 - August 1, 2014
Camp Frederick, 6996 Millrock Rd., Rogers, OH 44455
July 28 - August 1, 2014
The Healing Power of Horses
Fieldstone Farm Therapeutic Riding Center- Chagrin Falls, OH
Bobby's Books is an exceptional, developmentally appropriate resource to help children, from the very young to the adolescent, learn how to grow positively through grief and loss.
Beth White, MSN
Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist
St. Vincent Mercy Children's Hospital