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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Let us meet the five WellWuzzies, Mr. Pigglesworth, Miss Bunnybucks, Responsa-Billy-Bee, Sweet Please, and Flithy in the storybook Mr. Pigglesworth and The WellWuzzies by Nicole Cadwallader. This book is a handy tool to help children to develop mindfulness and resiliency skills. The wellness buddies in the book promote kindness and will guide children when it comes to developing skills to manage the challenges they experience while on their mindful wellness journey. It is a good book to help children think about saving, spending, donating, and investing in an engaging and interesting way. Children can also develop positive money sense habits before they become income-earning adults once they read this book.
It is a good book to help children start mindful money habits at a young age so they will be able to build a financially secure future. The book will also guide children to set good boundaries so that they have healthy relationships. The author's approach to the topic is fun and interactive and will pull in young readers to participate in the challenges created by the WellWuzzies. The pictures are cute and they make the concept entertaining. This book is perfect for tutors, educators, and parents to help children develop good money habits while growing up. The five different characters in the book make learning and practicing mindfulness simple and easy. It is not always easy to make children understand the concept of dealing with money and introduce to them the topic of spending, saving and investing, but this book does it effectively without making it too complicated or difficult.