Help Your Child Overcome Fear!
Everyone—from the youngest child to the oldest adult—experiences fear at one time or another. In fact, most kids face some type of phobia on a regular basis. Some fears are okay (e.g. fear of touching a hot stove), but a lot of anxiety is irrational and unwarranted.
Typical childhood fears change with age, but when fears persist, they can take a toll on a child's sense of worth and well-being. Tragically, worry that stems from scary childhood experiences torment too many adults.
About the Book
In this story, a boy named Boo is overwhelmed by many fears. However, he learns to overcome them by remembering that he is not alone and that God is bigger than what scares him.
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