Find Your Happy by Emily Coxhead – Book Review

Find Your Happy by Emily Coxhead – Book Review

Find your happy by emily coxhead

Find Your Happy

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Feeling happy is a wonderful thing! But do you ever feel sad or angry, frightened or shy? Everyone does sometimes, but with a little help from Sloth and the people you love, there is always a way to FIND YOUR HAPPY!

Full of vibrant illustrations and practical ideas, this is an accessible, friendly and uplifting book of feelings, from the much-loved creator of The Happy News.

Review by Stacey

Find Your Happy is a beautiful children’s book all about showing children what to do when they are angry, sad, worried, etc so that they can find their ‘happy’ again.

I’m not surprised this book has been so well received as it talks at a child’s level to show them easy steps to help them regain their happiness when they have lost it via a wonderfully cute sloth who goes through different emotions.

There are some gorgeous, bright, colourful illustrations that you can’t help smiling at and are there to help with aiding the happiness feeling and they do just that.

Overall, I loved this book. It has the right level of text for a young child and doesn’t talk down to the reader nor at a level they won’t understand, it is just perfect. It made me smile anyway!!

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Emily Coxhead

Emily Coxhead is a British designer, illustrator and happy thing maker! A graduate of Manchester School of Art, she is the creator of The Happy News, which celebrates all that’s good in the world and has been featured on BBC News, “The Today Show” and “The Drew Barrymore Show”. Teaming up with Bupa, Emily sends thousands of free copies to schools across the UK.

Emily has a range of merchandise, with retailers including John Lewis and Moonpig, as well as two adult books published by Penguin Random House. In September 2018, Emily was featured in the Independent’s Happy List, which acknowledges 50 inspirational heroes who do extraordinary things for others, and who deserve to be celebrated for their kindness, courage and selflessness. Emily lives in Lancashire

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