Sid the snake feels really sad that the word ‘sorry’ doesn’t appear to be working when he says it to his friends. Oaky Owl helps him to realise that ‘sorry’ is a meaningless word if we don’t change our actions too.
At the back of this book there?s also a section to record each child?s own thoughts and feelings along with a space to stick a photograph. This helps children to relate the story to their own life, which develops their self-awareness. It also makes the book a beautiful keepsake.
You will also get access to a fun, free, printable activity that links to this storybook plus an Emotional Well-Being Guide that explains how to use the story to encourage your little ones to identify with the storyline and characters and to explore own thoughts, feelings and actions.