Beth ran and ran... Under Miss Sam’s desk was a small place the right size. It was a good space for disappearing in. If she could get to her classroom, she would be all right…..

An inspirational new series from a startling new talent. Beth and the Bracelets delves into the classroom politics, anxiety and the need to fit in.

Beth and the Bracelets is a picture book with a difference. On the one hand, it is about the Monday morning after a little girl is not invited to a birthday party. However, it is also about emotional overload, dealing with a complicated life and ultimately about the hope adults can give to children who are different.

Beth is a perfect read for helping children deal with bullying, anxiety, depression and being left out. Its heartfelt message offers hope and guidance for children and a roadmap for adults who care and want to help.

About the author

Jessica Falconer is a writer, lawyer, Director of a Tech firm, mother and autistic. Not necessarily in order of importance. She wrote Beth so she could travel back in time and give it to her 7 year old self. And maybe tell her 7-year-old- self to skip her teenage years if she can. view profile

Published on July 12, 2019

Published by Brave Fox Publishing Limited

0-1000 words

Worked with a Reedsy professional 🏆

Genre: Children's picture books

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