Barbara Frandino
Fabbri Editori
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Che Paura!

Is it true that when parents split up they have to share everything, even the cat, and that therefore mom might get the snout and dad the tail? And that a child once put his hand in the dark and never found it again? Children can have many fears: of losing themselves, of growing up, of divorce, of being judged, of homework. Fear is a normal emotion that should be respected because it serves to warn us of dangers. But it is also a double-edged sword: the mind sometimes does not differentiate between a real worry and an unnecessary one. In this book, every fear is represented by a monster, with a real sketch. To face the enemy, one must first recognize it, and then have a few little tricks at hand to defend oneself…


Translation rights:
Bertrand Editora (Portugal)