A Wibble Called Bipley
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A Wibble Called Bipley : A Story for Children Who Have Hardened Their Hearts or Becomes Bullies

By (author) Margot Sunderland , By (author) Nicky Hancock

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A story for children who have hardened their hearts or become bullies. Bipley is a warm cuddly creature, but someone has broken his heart. He feels so hurt that he decides it is just too painful to ever love again. When he meets some big tough Honks in the wood, they teach him how to harden his heart so that he doesn't have to feel hurt any more. Luckily Bipley meets some creatures who teach him how he can protect himself without hardening his heart.

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  • Paperback | 40 pages
  • 196 x 292 x 4mm | 181.44g
  • 17 Jan 2001
  • Speechmark Publishing Ltd
  • Bicester, Oxon
  • New edition
  • 1st New edition
  • illustrations, some colour
  • 0863884946
  • 9780863884948
  • 178,491

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Dr Margot Sunderland is Director of Education and Training at The Centre for Child Mental Health London, Honorary Visiting Fellow at London Metropolitan University and Integrative Child Psychotherapist, Supervisor and Trainer with over two decades of experience in working with adults, teenagers and children. She is a First Prize award winning author, with 20 books in child mental health, published in nineteen countries.

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'The author aims to offer support to parents, teachers and anyone looking after children who may encounter such troubled children, and enable them to use the story as a vehicle to help those children to think about and work through their feelings.' - Social Spectrum 'I loved the book...' - Adoption today "If a child is to benefit from the full therapeutic potential of A Wibble Called Bipley, the accompanying guidebook will be a vital resource. It will enable the reader to offer the child a far richer and more empathic response to the issues the story raises. The guidebook details the common psychological origins and most relevant theories for the problems and issues in the story. Rather than seeking to blame, the author aims to offer support to parents, teachers and anyone looking after children who may encounter such troubled children, and enable them to use the story as a vehicle to help these children think about and work through their feelings." Social Spectrum "Sunderland's whole series is excellent. I find I recommend each one... Good writing, wonderful artwork, a real impetus to use the material" Adoption Today "A vital resource for all parents and child professionals" Families Magazine "Margot's books are digestible teaching aids for anyone working with children - a resource that would be beneficial in every school both for qualified and non-qualified staff". Special Children

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