What Do You Do with a Problem? by Kobi Yamada

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Problems are a part of everyday life, whether you are a preschooler or a grown-up. The problems may look different depending on our age, but how we face the problems can look shockingly similar.

Kobi Yamada’s latest picture book explains, through text and Mae Besom’s illustrations, the power problems can have over each of us. When we worry about the problem rather than facing it, it grows and seems overwhelming. However, when we face it, we can see opportunities for growth.

This book gives parents a creative way to discuss tackling life’s problems with their child in a safe context. I highly recommend it! Ages 4 and up. (Compendium Inc)

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