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We have a few books about feelings, but this one is my favorite. It tells the story of a boy named Taylor who gets really angry, sad and frustrated when the castle he’s built with blocks is destroyed by birds. Then one by one the animals come over with a solution. The chicken suggests they talk about what happened, but the boy doesn’t feel like talking. Others suggest to get angry and shout, to destroy someone else’s work, to fix the castle, etc, and Taylor sends them all away because he doesn’t want to do any of those things. Until the rabbit comes and doesn’t say a word, just sits next to the boy and listen. Then slowly Taylor starts to process his grief, his sadness, and goes through the various stages of grief having the rabbit always by his side just listening and supporting him. 📚 It’s a powerful book about feelings, about grief, loss, sadness. About letting children (and adults as well!) express their feelings freely, process them at their own pace. It’s an uplifting book about friendship, about truly listening to someone else’s feelings, about overcoming obstacles. A must have in every home library! 💖
My daughters favourite book! My daughter regularly requests to read “Taylor’s book”. The message is beautiful and the illustrations also. It’s a fantastic message for children and adults on learning to build again. Highly recommend!
I love that story. I read it to my little one. So clever how it shows different people's behaviours pictured by various animals. Reminds me a little bit of ‘A little Prince’ Sweet story I wish I could have it a board book.