One of the things I appreciate about this book is that it provides specific worry thought examples. Lots of students are anxious without knowing it and this helps them to recognize their own worries when they are exposed to specific examples! It’s also great because it shares that our “what if” thoughts can also be helpful and positive – that there is another perspective we can bring to things. And, the illustrations are really wonderful.

I can see students in all elementary grades connecting with this. While it’s not testing specific, I think this would be a great one to pull out during the standardized testing season.