A book to help your child cope with anxiety and nervousness. Even in the best of situations, all children experience some anxiety in the form of worry, apprehension, dread, fear or distress. Occasional nervousness and fleeting anxieties occur when a child is first faced with an unfamiliar or especially stressful situation; and this can be particularly obvious when children have to deal with stressful events, such as a death in the family, or the break up of parent’s relationships. The key is to learn how to manage worries, not to be worry-free. Read this book often to help your child understand why they worry and get anxious and nervous.