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Can I tell you about Loneliness?

A guide for friends, family and professionals
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Meet Jan. Jan is sometimes lonely. In this illustrated guide, he describes what loneliness feels like and how it affects him at home and school. He explains what he can do to feel less lonely, and how his teachers, family and friends can help him too.

Child loneliness is an area of growing concern. This book is an ideal way to start a conversation about loneliness with anyone aged 7-18 and to help children understand the importance of healthy solitude, as well as socialising. It also includes a useful list of recommended reading, organisations and websites for further information and support.
  • Published: Jun 21 2017
  • Pages: 64
  • 228 x 155mm
  • ISBN: 9781785922435
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Press Reviews

  • Professor Richard Pring, Department of Educational Studies, University of Oxford

    Julian Stern has made an invaluable contribution to this remarkable series. The book, based on sensitive conversations with young people, identifies many situations when a young person may feel lonely - but also (most importantly) how parents, teachers and others misunderstand. Therefore, an important read not only for the young people, but also for those who care for them.
  • Christopher Sink, Professor and Batten Chair, Counseling and Human Services, Old Dominion University

    Readers interested in the social and emotional development of children and youth will find Dr. Stern's book on loneliness both informative and immensely accessible. The generously illustrated narrative provides useful suggestions and needed recommendations to effectively address the issue both in school and at home. Educators and school-based counselors will find this book especially useful.
  • Healthy Books

    a real winner. Lots of black and white illustrations make it easily read, and it will be good for schools as well as home. Teachers and parents will note that a sad and sometimes difficult child may be experiencing loneliness.