On sale NOW: live webinars – Teens and Screens and Boosting Teenage Resilience
Published July 2021. Empowering and practical, BE RESILIENT outlines five clear steps which will build a strong mind to carry you through tough times and let you enjoy the best things life hands you. How to grasp your future, grow your courage and skills and how to bounce back, stronger, fitter, happier, better.
I will be doing talks, webinars and interviews. Please contact Nina Douglas, my publicist at Walker Books: firstname.lastname@example.org
See below for some extra materials – more to follow
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Would you like a free, personally signed bookplate to download? Just contact me with a photo of proof that you bought the book and I’ll happily oblige.
Fancy a fun but empowering activity to do on your own? See my BE RESILIENT DICE ACTIVITY for the 12-sided resilience-boosting dice game!
Here’s a Be Resilient poster, ideal for classrooms
Interview with Nikki Gamble for Exploring Children’s Literature. Nikki said on Twitter: “Empathetic, practical and highly readable. Be Resilient is a useful guide for teenagers and those who work/live with them. I found it illuminating talking to Nicola about her interest in the teenage brain… I learnt a thing or two about my own resilience and I am well beyond the teenage years…”
SCHOOL READING LIST – https://schoolreadinglist.co.uk/reading-lists-for-ks3-pupils/suggested-reading-list-for-year-8-pupils-ks3-age-12-13/ “Ideal for teens in KS3 and KS4, this book provides clear and practical advice on how to develop strategies, mental toughness and life-long skills to deal with what school and life throws at them. Situations such as COVID 19, who to trust, and keeping healthy are explored, and practical activities such as breathing techniques, visualising success and rationalising worries are detailed. Highly recommended for secondary school libraries.”
A lovely 10-Minute challenge on Authorfy – suitable for age 10 and upwards
Five Ways Books Build Resilience for Peters Books
“This is a much-needed book and I’m so pleased Nicola Morgan has brought her approachable and down to earth style to the subject. Reassuring, insightful and full of practical tips to help our teens build resilience and coping skills to tackle life’s ups and downs. An essential read for your teenager. (Us parents could do with dipping in as well for a reminder!)” ― Francesca Geens, The Happy Self Journal
Featured as ‘one to watch’ in The Bookseller’s July Previews. — Fiona Noble ― The Bookseller
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