Free Book - All birds have anxiety
Friday 28th September 2018
The latest book club title from the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust Mental Health Book Club is going to be 'All Birds Have Anxiety' by Kathy Hoopmann.
This informative and wonderfully illustrated book is an excellent introduction to anxiety. The book will be useful to anyone wanting to explore anxiety with a child or young person, and would be equally helpful for a child to read on their own. Clever use of humour helps illuminate this common human experience through all its manifestations, from the performance-enhancing to the debilitating. Practical tips and advice make this book particularly valuable to those for whom anxiety is presenting difficulties.
There are a limit of 1,000 books to give away; please make sure you read the terms and conditions below carefully. Those who are signed up to the book club will receive an email next week with details of how to opt in to receive the book.
As with the last book, if you are not successful in receiving one of our free copies there will be the opportunity to buy the book at a heavily discounted rate after the main mailing.
Opt-in for this book will open on
Wednesday 3 October 2018
Book Club terms and conditions
• The survey will open at 9am on Wednesday 3 October and close once the first 1,000 applications have been received.
• Only one book per establishment is allowed for this book club mailing (please make sure you talk to your colleagues before completing the opt-in survey to avoid duplicates).
• You must complete the opt-in survey to receive your copy of this book.
• If you are not successful in receiving one of our free copies we will contact you with information about how you can purchase the book at a discounted price.
• We will aim to dispatch the books by mid November but please be patient with us if there is a slight delay.
• International 'Opt-ins' - we are happy to send books overseas but would ask you to make a donation towards the cost of the postage. Please contact us for details of how much this would be.