If you like our books, why not tell us how they’ve worked for you? We’d welcome hearing your views!

1. Viv (Indie and Zack’s Mum), says:
10/10/2014 at 2:42 pm
“Indie loved the Otter – she thought he was funny and loved his accent (which I read as Cockney – is he Cockney?!). She liked the different colours and the emphasis on different words and phrases which I really liked too as I am dyslexic and, anyway, for words to be not black on a white background really helps. I also liked the underlining, colours and bolding – would love to see more. I found it great to read in one sitting and felt it would be easy to revisit the important bits. I loved the fact you got the ‘whatever you think you can or can’t do, you are right’ Henry Ford quote in.”

2. Zack, aged 12 says:
10/10/2014 at 2:45 pm
“It was a good and important message concealed in a great story”

3. Alex, aged 10 says:
10/10/2014 at 2:47 pm
“The book I read on bullying was really easy to understand and I practised doing what Eric said to do. It made a lot of sense and I started to feel much better. I began to see that I wasn’t the only one having a hard time and the feeling of being scared started to go away.”

4. Chris, aged 9 says:
10/10/2014 at 2:48 pm
“The book on separation was easy to understand. My dad left us and I thought it was my fault at first, then I blamed my mum. I hated him – and everyone. Eric helped me understand that how I felt would go away and was normal. It did, but I then felt other stuff too, which was horrible. But that went away as well. Just like Eric said. Now I get on OK with my mum and dad – he lives somewhere else.”