I’m Not (Very) Afraid of Being Alone is a brilliant and charming, lyrical story that explores a child’s fear of being alone, with a gentle, reassuring conclusion, written with simple text and stunning artwork that would make a great book for a parent-child reading or a discussion piece.
I’m Not (Very) Afraid of Being Alone is a sweet story of a little girl who doesn’t like being left alone in a room in her house. With gentle humour, a great story, and relatable characters, a sensitive issue but a common fear to most young children is addressed in a very simple language that children will relate to. The lovely, comforting conclusion will surely help dispel the similar fears of young ones.
Beautiful laser cut holes emphasize the girl’s feeling of being alone and her feeling of connectedness to her father throughout the book. I’m Not (Very) Afraid of Being Alone is a storybook ideal for the reading out aloud activity and for more confident little ones can also try to read them on their own. It is brief, vivid in words, and captivating for the little ones to keep their interests. This storybook is a perfect book for young children to read who are at beginner’s level with its simple, lyrical sentences to promote interest in the literature and eye-catching, attractive illustrations to keep the little ones interested and engaged. Most importantly, the story touches upon a sensitive subject gently that will help the parents tackle it effortlessly.