The Rainbows Series | 5 Book Bundle
Author: Teresa Dcaccia
Illustrated by Kati Teague
The Rainbows Series. Helping to answer life’s difficult questions.
The Rainbows Series is a bundle of six books designed to help, explain and discuss elements of change, disruption and grief to children.
Easy to read stories, with simple and colourful illustrations, the Rainbows Series is designed to provide comfort and support in times of distress.
The books are a great resource for counselling and can be used at home, in school or with care workers to help both children and adults try to understand these situations, many of which can be really hard to deal with.
The five book bundle includes:
- Getting Used To Change
- Our Feelings
- It’s Working
- Our Families
- When People Die
THE RAINBOWS SERIES | 5 BOOK BUNDLE
The Rainbows Series is a set of five books helping to answer some of life’s most difficult questions, in a way that children will understand. These colourful children’s stories tackle elements of change, disruption and grief within the family unit – this could be a divorce, a death or even a sibling moving out of the family home. The books are great for both use at home, in school or with care workers and help both children and adults try to understand these situations that can often be hard to deal with.
The books are a great resource and can be used at home, in school or with care workers and help both children and adults try to understand these situations that can often be hard to deal with.
This five-book bundle includes:
Shane’s parents are divorced and he is faced with the prospect of a stepmother, a stepbrother and sister. Shane is confused by these changes in the family. He finds life difficult and goes through a series of different feelings.
Amy and her mother move house and this produces in Amy feelings of loneliness, sadness, anger and guilt.
Marie, the youngest member of a large family, experiences vague feelings of sadness on the wedding day of her elder brother, Tony. It dawns on her that her feelings of sadness are because she feels she has “lost” her brother who was like a leader amongst the diverse members of the family. Without him, family life seemed to suffer. Marie was very sad throughout this difficult time of change.
Mark is a little boy who lives with his mum and dad, his sister and brother. When he goes to school he meets lots of new friends. Mark is surprised to find out that not all of his new friends have a family the same as he does and he doesn’t understand why.
John and Laura are inseparable. They go everywhere together. Then Laura falls ill and dies. John is consumed with sadness that lasts a long time. John endures great loneliness until he makes a new friend at school.