Lola's words disappeared
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Living with Selective Mutism? Selective mutism is an anxiety disorder, causing people to not be able to speak in social situations, in front of a group of people- for example for children, it creates difficulties being able to speak to classmates at school or to family or friends they don't see often. This story is about a girl with Selective Mutism called Lola who strangely loses her words when she starts school and needs to find the courage to find them again. Personal review: The beautiful images and the empathetic narrative help children with selective mutism to relate. A fun book that explores a variety of techniques to manage and reduce anxiety related to selective mutism, helping kids to find their voice and reassure them that they aren't alone. Before reading: Whether or not your child has selective mutism, you can still ask them if they know what it is. If not, you can also discuss if they have ever been in that kind of anxious situation. After reading: Test your child on what they learnt by asking them:
- What did you understand about selective mutism?
- What is the moral of the story?
- What do you do if you are struggling or anxious?