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Wilson the Wombat Bravely Charges the Storm

$ 12.99
MCA Gold Award
Author(s): Amy Orlovich
Pricing Notes: paperback - $12.99, hardcover - $19.99 kindle - $7.99
Audience: Primary School children and adults who love them.

Wilson the wombat and his mom and dad take an airplane trip across the world from Australia to visit Yellowstone National Park where he meets Betsy the bison who is moving from her current home to a new home in a different state with her dad (translated in Cherokee: edoda). Betsy feels scared to move to a new house, a new school, and is afraid to make new friends. Join Wilson for the second book in this SEL (social emotional learning) book series for children and the adults who love them as he explores Yellowstone and meets some of the beautiful animals that live there. You will meet his new friend Betsy and learn how they encourage one another to be brave. Learn how and when to utilize the phrase, “Face it and charge!” to give you courage to do hard things. In this book, you will learn some therapeutic coping skills from a licensed counselor including breath work, utilizing a touchstone (a bracelet), and mindfulness. This will help the kids in your life remember times they have been brave and be reminded that they already have what it takes to be courageous. Also, they will be reminded that you can be brave and afraid at the same time. This book is unique in that it has three stories in one:
The fun story of Wilson the wombat and his family adventures as they travel from Australia to the USA.
Amazing facts about Yellowstone National Park and some of the animals that reside there as well as a brief introduction to the Cherokee Nation in Oklahoma and the Intertribal Buffalo Council (ITBC) as they work to strengthen bison herds back to tribal lands.
And suggestions from a licensed therapist/counselor on how to help your child to be brave when facing fears and challenges that are a part of life.
In this book, you will join the wombat family as they travel internationally, explore a national park in the USA, and make new friends. Parents and caregivers will be able to help the kids they love with fears involved with moving to a new town, a new house, a new school, sleeping in a new bed, and how to both miss what is familiar and be excited for what is to come. The tools learned in this book will fortify kids from the inside out as they learn coping skills that will serve them throughout their lives.

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