The bestselling author and cartoonist on how to feel more confident.
A new school year! For many kids it means new classes, new friends, new challenges – and after last year with so many learning remotely for months at a time, this could feel more true now than ever. The world of the pre-teen is packed with change, and sometimes they need a helping hand sorting it all out. Whether it’s their body taking on a life of its own, finding their strengths and talents, or standing up for what they feel is right, Kaz Cooke’s Girl Stuff 8-12 is the essential go-to guide to puberty, the pre-teen years and all the curly questions in between.
To help, Kaz has put together a handy two page download for kids who might need some tips on dealing with all things confidence.
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In Up the Duff, Kaz Cooke explains the importance of pelvic-floor exercises.
In Babies & Toddlers, Kaz Cooke explains there will be days that your toddler will not be interested in much food, the next they’ll be ‘on the fang’. Keeping up with this can be frustrating, and patience is key. In Babies & Toddlers there are tips to get even the fussiest toddlers eating.
In Babies & Toddlers, Kaz Cooke helps parents understand a child’s physical, emotional and communication development milestones, from six-week-old babies through to three-year-olds. Including hints on fun ways to encourage development, and when (or whether) to see a doctor, Babies & Toddlers has it covered.
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