Quote of the Week #ThursdayThoughts

We–children and adults–can always use a little inspiration. That’s why I want to share some of my favorite quotes from and about books as they relate to the heart and the human spirit. Some of these quotes are by authors who write for older audiences, and some of them come directly from beloved children’s bookContinue reading “Quote of the Week #ThursdayThoughts”

Top 4 Mistakes Parents Make with Bibliotherapy

Here at The Bibliotherapy Project, we’re parents, grandparents, teachers, and librarians reading select picture books to children to prepare them for life’s inevitable tough times, and to support them when a specific challenge arises. ***As with all information at The Bibliotherapy Project, we are specifically talking about developmental bibliotherapy, NOT clinical bibliotherapy. (Read to learnContinue reading “Top 4 Mistakes Parents Make with Bibliotherapy”

Nana Upstairs & Nana Downstairs – Book Review

What The Bibliotherapy Project loves about this book (Scroll down for book description) This book shows Tommy’s close relationships with BOTH his great-grandmother AND his grandmother. When his great-grandmother dies, his mother explains what death means, and Tommy processes his grief, taking comfort in the beauty of the night sky. The explanations about death areContinue reading “Nana Upstairs & Nana Downstairs – Book Review”

Quote of the Week #ThursdayThoughts

By Theresa Kiser | February 6, 2020 We–children and adults–can always use a little inspiration. That’s why I want to share some of my favorite quotes from and about books as they relate to the heart and the human spirit. Some of these quotes are by authors who write for older audiences, and some of themContinue reading “Quote of the Week #ThursdayThoughts”

Grandpa Green – Book Review

Review: what The Bibliotherapy Project loves about this book (Scroll down for a book description) This is a beautiful, gentle story with gorgeous illustrations. It shows not only that the elderly’s stories live on in memory (even if the person himself forgets) but also that someone experiencing memory loss is still a three-dimensional person withContinue reading “Grandpa Green – Book Review”

Quote of the Week #ThursdayThoughts

By Theresa Kiser | January 30, 2020 We–children and adults–can always use a little inspiration. That’s why I want to share some of my favorite quotes from and about books as they relate to the heart and the human spirit. Some of these quotes are by authors who write for older audiences, and some of themContinue reading “Quote of the Week #ThursdayThoughts”

What is “The Bibliotherapy Project”?

Bibliotherapy is about giving kids solid emotional resources through picture books. As much as we try to protect them, kids will face difficulty. It’s part of human life. But as more and more children struggle with mental and emotional challenges, and as more and more adults struggle to explain an increasingly complex world to theContinue reading “What is “The Bibliotherapy Project”?”