Top positive review
Great book for child thetapists, teachers, and parents
Reviewed in the United States on July 10, 2016
I am a child therapist and have read this book hundreds of times to my clients. It is developmentally appropriate for every child to go through the phase (however long or short) of having trouble accepting no for an answer (as well as many of us adults sometimes as well). This book has nice illustrations and message is conveyed easily to kids of how to work on accepting no for an answer. Using a story about another child, it helps open communication about how the child you are reading to can relate and provides good opportunity to build on feelings identification in others (asking your child how the child in the book feels in different situations). As a therapist, teacher, or parent, I would highly recommend this book.