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Don't Feed The WorryBug

4.57  ·  Rating details ·  42 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Meet Wince, The Monster of Worry, and his number one nemesis, the WorryBug! In this engaging follow-up to The Monster Who Couldn't Decide, Andi Green has created a whimsical adventure that brings another emotion to life. Join Wince as he discovers the secret to keeping his worries from getting monstrous. Using unique drawings and clever rhymes, Don t Feed The WorryBug ...more
Hardcover, 76 pages
Published September 15th 2011 by Monsters In My Head
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Jul 16, 2019 rated it really liked it
I actually enjoyed this book. I didn't think I would, so it was a pleasant surprise. I noticed that the book series was all available on Kindle Unlimited and it was all about emotions so I thought I would try it out. I really liked the rhyming in the story and the way it described what it means to worry and how worrying a little can pile up into depression. I like that the solution involved Wince learning more about his depression and finding solutions, and of course that he got back to his ...more
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Green, A. (2011). Don't feed the WorryBug. Jersey City, NJ: Monsters in My Head.

Wince is worrying about day to day life and he notices the more he worries the bigger the WorryBug gets. Wince goes through different things to find ways to keep his worry down.

The media used in this book is watercolors.

This is a good book for children to read. It's put worry into a box and can help children realize ways to get rid of their worry. I think it is important to say to children that every child has to
Dec 28, 2018 rated it it was amazing
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I use this book as a therapist to help explain the concept of worry to younger clients. The story does a great job explaining how worry can build and build if it isn't addressed, and how sometimes even when it goes away it can try to come back. The illustrations are very well done, the story rhymes which is appealing to children, and I like that there are coloring pages and stuffed animals to accompany the worry woo monsters.
Mar 20, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Super cute!
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I liked the end where there are worry notes
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What a great kids book about coping with worrying. Great illustrations too.
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