WorryWoo Home Set

$594.00

This ultimate WorryWoo set for parents and carers includes:

Nola Plush and The Lonely Little Monster Book

Nola, the cuddly green Monster of Loneliness lives in a world of sunny skies and beautiful landscapes but she’s missing one thing… a friend. 

Emotion Focus: Loneliness, Rejection

Fuddle Plush and The Monster Who Couldn't Decide Book

Fuddle, the flighty Monster of Confusion can never make up her mind. She’s so confused about making decisions. All she needs is a pat on the back and a few positive words.

Emotion Focus: Self-confidence/ Assertion, Bullying

Rue Plush and The Nose That Didn't Fit Book

Rue the irresistible Monster of Insecurity hides behind flowers because he thinks he is different. Soon enough he realises that his unusual features make him interesting! 

Emotion Focus: Body image, Self esteem

Twitch Plush and The Very Frustrated Monster Book

Twitch the adorable curly horned monster always lets frustration get the better of him. He tries hard to do everything right, but when something doesn’t go his way he stomps, yells and quickly gives up! If only Twitch could see that giving up is not the answer. 

Emotion Focus: Frustration, Anger

Zelly Plush and The Monster Who Wanted It All Book

Zelly, the Monster of Envy is never happy with what he has. He becomes so focused on what others have that he doesn’t notice what is right in front of him: good friends, lots of love and tons of attention. 

Emotion Focus: Jealousy, Envy, Greed, Bullying

Squeek Plush and The Monster In The Bubble Book

Squeek, The Monster In The Bubble is a character who is quite afraid to try new things. He hides in his cozy bubble planning all the things he would do if he just took that big step.

Emotion Focus: Social Confidence, Shyness

Wince Plush and Don't Feed The WorryBug Book

Wince, The Monster of Worry can’t stop worrying! His worries are with him wherever he goes. If you have ever worried about anything, then maybe you can help!

Emotion Focus: Anxiety, Depression, Worry

The WorryBug

There seems to be more worry & anxiety among our children than ever before, and as this emotion increases we need to be able to support our children in understanding and combatting this very real emotion. If you have a child who is a big worrier, then you will understand how debilitating worry and anxiety can be for them. The WorryBug is one of the main characters in the book Don't Feed the WorryBug and he is a reminder to children to do their best not to worry!

Emotion Focus: Anxiety, Depression, Worry

Helping Young Worriers Beat The WorryBug and Helping Young Children Manage Frustration Handbooks

Have you watched your child/children suffer through high levels of frustration, anger and anxiety? You are not alone!

These emotions are real, demanding and can be quite concerning for parents and carers. Experiencing such big emotions is hard for our children too! Knowing how difficult in can be to navigate these emotions with our children, child psychologist Dr John Irvine has written two practical and fun-filled guides of therapeutic ideas and activities for parents and educators to help children manager frustration, anger and worry.

These go-to guides are for anyone who is interested in helping kids thrive emotionally. Written by renowned Australian Child-psychologist, Dr. John Irvine in a collaborative venture with Andi Green, the creator of the WorryWoo Monsters, these handbooks acknowledges the growing problem of anxiety, worry, frustration & anger in kids everywhere, which calls for immediate and timely attention.