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Reviewed by Barbara Fanson for Readers' Favorite
Worry Moves On should be a mandatory book in every classroom. This book by author Liz Haske demonstrates how to take control when worry sets in and provides easy-to-follow advice if worry or anxiety come to visit. Children and parents will gain valuable information on how to deal with worry and to regain their life. If someone you know is worrying so much that it’s affecting their schoolwork, give him or her this book. Sometimes, people can’t concentrate on schoolwork or other tasks when they are feeling anxious, nervous, or worried. When Sophia, the main character, takes control of her anxiety, she becomes much more confident. This book shares techniques for taking back control and getting rid of dark thoughts.
Worry Moves On is full of outstanding illustrations by InSong Nam. The illustrations of people and objects are very well done. I love how she draws worry when it comes to visit. The illustrations are varied—some images fill the page with background color, whereas others have a light background. The tones, blending, and portrayals of people are very well executed. Author Liz Haske has created a wonderful, easy-to-understand book with techniques for getting rid of worry or anxiety and taking back control of your life. I highly recommend this book for children and adults. Its powerful demonstrations could be helpful for themselves or someone they know. I believe that public libraries, school libraries, homes, and classrooms should consider stocking this important book.