Ella's Tummy: A Story of Understanding for All Ages
Ella visits the park and meets a new boy. He yells. “You’re so fat!” Full of anger, no joy. His anger hurts Ella and makes her feel sad. She questions herself, “Is my fat tummy bad?”
Ella's Tummy addresses teasing and bullying about weight during a time when the disdain for overweight seems ever-present, and eating disorders in children are rampant. It touches on parental support for building self-esteem and how others may project their bad feelings. Finally, it's about self-examination and independent thought.
Although a book for young children, the uncompromising artwork and verse will appeal to any age.
Rebecca Jane Weinstein is the daughter and a writer of books about mostly grownups with round tummies. You can find her work at RebeccaJaneWeinsteinWriter.com.Joyce Ellen Weinstein is the mother and an artist who draws and paints many things, including round tummies. You can find her work at JoyceEllenWeinstein.com
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Formats for this Ebook
|Required Software||Any PDF Reader, Apple Preview|
|Supported Devices||Windows PC/PocketPC, Mac OS, Linux OS, Apple iPhone/iPod Touch.|
|# of Devices||Unlimited|
|Flowing Text / Pages||Pages|
- PDF | 24 pages
- Rebecca Jane Weinstein(Author) Joyce Ellen Weinstein(Illustrator)
- Big Forehead Books (7 Mar. 2016)
- Children's Books
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