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Author: Dr Sarah Bell-Booth

Illustrator & Designer: Jay Allen


This is a beautifully illustrated, comprehensive, evidence-based (CBT) mental health book for young people. It proactively teaches coping strategies for managing anxiety and sadness. Each section is engaging with rhymes, simple explanations and  interactive questions which helps learning.


Topics included in this Mind Magic book are:
- Labelling and normalising emotions
- Identifying triggers for emotions
- Recognising signs of sadness, anxiety and secondary emotions (such as anger)
- Coping strategies (known as "coping tricks") such as relaxation, gradual exposure to anxiety-provoking situations, thought challenging, mindfulness, gratitude exercises, self-care and support seeking


Mind Magic can be used as an educational tool for parents, teachers and mental health professionals. Questions are also available in a packet of free downloadable PDF worksheets for individuals and groups / classrooms of young people. ALL parents and kids can benefit from learning the coping strategies in Mind Magic.


It is especially suitable for kids aged 7-14+ years who can read it independently but it can also be used for younger children with guidance for the more abstracts concepts such as thoughts.





Can be sold as a set with 'Brave Book'. The Brave Book is a journal that helps kids to use their Mind Magic coping tricks and reflect on brave moments.


See also 'Kids' Well-Being Set' of three books which includes 'Brain Train'. The Brain Train book helps kids to identify and challenge their unhelpful thinking habits (known as red thought trains in the book).


Comes with free matching bookmark.

Mind Magic: Coping Tricks for Young People

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