"Langley's little books with BIG messages of self-help and self-esteem are a house favourite here. Neither overtly moralistic nor sermonic, they present beautiful messages of love, understanding and hope, accompanied with novel, cartoon-esque illustrations. This one encourages kids to acknowledge their self-worth and stick by themselves, 100% of the time. It explores feelings, emotions that … Continue reading 5 Star review on Goodreads
Josh Langley on exploring mental health in children’s books 9 OCT 2017 In recognition of Mental Health Week (8 October to 14 October), we chat to Josh Langley, an Australian author/illustrator who has written two picture books that can open up discussions with young kids about taking care of their mental health. It’s OK to … Continue reading Interview with Readings
Had a really interesting radio interview with Chris Iisley on 882 6PR about 'It's Ok to Feel the Way You Do' Take a listen here: https://www.6pr.com.au/podcast/book-its-ok-to-feel-the-way-you-do-josh-langley/
It's OK to Feel the Way You Do Josh Langley Big Sky Publishing Reviewed by Meg Whelan Released October 2017 Paperback ISBN 9781925520965 RRP $14.99 Category: Younger readers It’s OK to Feel the Way You Do is a gentle journey through the emotions that everyone feels at some point—happiness, anger, sadness, loneliness, pride, fear and … Continue reading Review by Books and Publishing Australia
Enjoyed meeting lots of people at the launch of 'It's OK to Feel How You Do' at Collins Booksellers Bunbury.
Children's Author Jaquelyn Muller, was interviewed on Kinderling Radio about kids books that focus on emotions and feelings and mentioned the imminent release of It's OK to Feel The Way You Do. "Using books to help kids understand their feelings is an effective way to help our children learn to manage emotions. Feelings can be … Continue reading Kinderling Radio
The rate of suicide and depression in this country is staggering and I hope can help in some small way to address the issue. I'm not an expert in the field, but I know from personal experience that every little bit of self understanding helps and being able to talk openly about what's going on … Continue reading Suicide and depression