Bressie’s third picture book helps children manage anger when things don’t go their way.
When Sam’s mum takes her phone back, Sam begins to feel really cross …
So Grandad teaches her a breathing technique which puts out the angry flames that are making her feel hot and bothered. It really works and soon Sam is feeling much better – and enjoying a great day at the beach with her family.
The Chill Skill equips children with another really useful mindfulness tool from Bressie and is beautifully illustrated by Emma Proctor.
Praise for The Chill Skill
“Through cheerful illustrations and endearing characters, The Chill Skill introduces young readers to mindfulness practices with accessible vocabulary and a great sense of empathy.” – Children’s Books Ireland
“It is fabulous”- Maura Derrane, Today Show, RTÉ
“Featuring an engaging story and wonderful illustrations, this is a great and helpful read for little bookworms.” – Woman’s Way
Praise for previous books in Bressie’s series of mindful picture books for children, The Magic Moment and Take Five, both nominated for Irish Books Awards in the Children’s Junior category:
‘Take Five explores the difficult feeling of jealousy, in a sweet story that teaches the value of being grateful for what one has.’ Sunday Independent
‘A genuinely useful book for anxious children.’ Irish Independent
Niall Breslin (Bressie) is an Irish musician and producer. He has a master’s degree in Mindfulness Based Interventions from UCD. His memoir, Me and My Mate Jeffrey, was a number one bestseller. Niall presents the popular Where is My Mind? mental health podcast. Previous books in this picture book series are The Magic Moment and Take Five, illustrated by Sheena Dempsey.
Emma Proctor is from Wiltshire. She graduated in Illustration from Middlesex University. She is also the illustrator of Toby and Tabitha by Alexander Bar.