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When I Was a Child: I Was Always Afraid Are you afraid when you go to bed This book will put good thoughts in your head


10 thoughts on “When I Was a Child: I Was Always Afraid

  1. James Minter James Minter says:

    Fear is a much needed, deep seated primary human emotion without which we wouldn t survive But fear can become intolerable and take over lives we become afraid of our own shadow Fear gains its strength from a lack of knowledge That is, things we don t know about or understand make us fearful As we grow attaining increased knowledge and experience, our fears should become dissipated.Young children are especially vulnerable to fear The survival instinct that they are born with is founded o Fear is a muc


  2. Paige Green Paige Green says:

    Rating 5 5Genre Children s Picture BookRecommended Age 5 I received a free copy of this book by the author in exchange for my honest review This did not influence my decision Thanks for the free copy Also, since this is a review for a children s picture book this will be in a different format than my other reviews Are you afraid when you go to bed This book will put good thoughts in your head .comWe have all been afraid of at least one thing at some point or another And it s so Rating 5 5Genre Children s Pi


  3. Akoss Akoss says:

    I received a copy of this from the Kidlitexchange network in exchange for an honest review All opinions are my own I appreciate the message and purpose of this book However I don t quite agree with how it was delivered Fear is waycomplex than that and I can t help but wonder how a child whom this book fails to speak to will feel like On a personal level I don t believe that facing fears make them go away because they never really go away In fact, the author s dedication resonated mo I received a copy of this from


  4. Jacqueline Ridge Jacqueline Ridge says:

    When I was a Child, I was Always Afraid follows a young boy dealing with typical fears that many children have He fears the noises in attics and basements, what could be under his bed, trees outside of his bedroom window, the sound of the wind at night, and thunderstorms His father takes his hand and brings the boy through each of his fears, showing that each are safe things that cannot harm him.The story is easy for any child to relate to, as children, like all people, have fears As caregi When I was a Child, I was Al


  5. Ella James Ella James says:

    When I Was a Child I Was Always Afraid by Michael Cascio is a wonderful children s book about conquering fear The book talks about many things that even adults have been afraid of unexplainable noises coming from other rooms, lurking spooky shadows, monsters under the bed, scary silhouettes and sounds of trees, and sometimes thunder, outside the window, Children s minds can get carried away with imagining all kinds of horrifying things Thankfully, Michael Cascio has thoughtfully addressed When I Was a Child I Was Always Afra


  6. Mary Mary says:

    A few months ago, I posted a list of our favorite books about fear and worry And that s obviously an important topic, because that s been one of my most popular posts on here Long before I wrote that post, author Michael Cascio sent me his book When I Was a Child, I Was Always Afraid to share with you all if I felt so compelled Admittedly, between the holidays, school breaks, and other books and lists I had already planned to share in the first part of 2019, his book got pushed to the A few months ago, I posted a list of our favor


  7. Stacie Stacie says:

    When I was a Child I was Always Afraid, written by Michael Cascio and illustrated by Bentley Wong, is a bright children s book that encourages children to face their fears Appropriate for young children who can read along with their parents and caregivers, the story follows a young boy as he encounters seemingly scary things in his everyday life Noises from the basement, under his bed and out his bedroom window Written in first person, children will no doubt be able to envision themselves When I was a Child I was Always Afraid, written


  8. Kimberly Kimberly says:

    Thank you kidlitexchange for providing me with a copy of this book to read and review All opinions are my own What a wonderful way to talk to young children about facing their fears The book discusses many scenarios that people grow up being terrified of mysterious noises in forgotten rooms, things lurking under beds, scary shadows, and strong thunderstorms The second half of the book shows a dad taking his son and showing him that there was really nothing to be afraid of Everything has Thank you kidlitexchange for providing me with a copy of


  9. Lauren- The Smile Lines Lauren- The Smile Lines says:

    Thanks to the kidlitexchange for a copy of this book All opinions are my own This was a GREAT book for my kids They are constantly saying they hear something or see a shadow at bedtime Michael Cascio really touched on everything from shadows of trees, attics, storms, basements, noises etc He covers it in this book It is sweet how the boy says he will always remember what his dad taught him on that day I loved that last page The rhyming and flow of the words was noticed right away by my Thanks to the kidlitexchange for a copy of this book All opinio


  10. Dream Reader Kids Dream Reader Kids says:

    This book is so perfect for my child It is definitely going to be on our top rotation for bedtime books The little boy in the story is afraid of all sorts of things So, his dad takes him to see all of the things he is afraid of, during the daytime The rhyming words and wonderful illustrations make this book fun and exciting If your child is afraid of the dark like mine, this is a must buy


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