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Paperback:I let you go:2014
Author: Mackintosh, Clare
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Paperback:Meg goes to bed:2010
Author: Nicoll, Helen
Author: Pienkowski, Jan
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Paperback:I want my hat back:2012
Author: Klassen, Jon
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Paperback:Meg in the jungle
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Paperback:Little Mouse's big book of fears:2008
Author: Gravett, Emily
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Children Children

Healthy Children

These books have been collected together as a resource for parents looking for helpful information. The lists include picture books to read with your children along with information books to provide help and support.

Community & Family History Community & Family History

Community History

Books to help research and discover the local area and the development of Telford.
For more information on Community History.

Family History

Books to help you discover and research your family tree.
For more information on Family History.

Family Carers Family Carers

Books for Family Carers

These books have been collected together to provide help and support for families that care for a loved one.

Books for Shared Reading

Books for shared reading have been designed for reading together either in a group or one to one. They include Pictures to Share, Nostalgia Scrapbooks and Poetry.

Health Information Health Information

Reading Well for Mental Health

The new Reading Well for Mental Health booklist provides helpful information, advice and support for managing common mental health conditions, dealing with difficult feelings and experiences. Some of the books include personal stories from people who are living with or caring for someone with mental health needs. Full collections of the books are available at Madeley, Newport, Wellington and Southwater Libraries.

Reading Well Books on Prescription for Dementia

Reading Well Books on Prescription for Dementia recommends books that you may find helpful if you live with dementia, are caring for someone with dementia or want to find out more about the condition. The books include information and advice, help after diagnosis, practical support for carers and personal stories. A full set of books are available at all our Libraries.

Reading Well Shelf Help

 

Reading Well can help you cope with the pressures of life, feel better about yourself and boost your confidence using books. The Reading Well books have been chosen by young people and health experts to help you with difficult feelings and experiences that can affect your wellbeing. The books have information and advice as well as personal stories about dealing with feelings such as anxiety, depression or stress and experiences such as bullying.

 

Reading Well Long Term Conditions

 

Reading Well for long term conditions provides information and support for people living with a long term health condition and their carers. The booklist covers general advice and information about living with a long term condition, common symptoms and titles focused on specific conditions such as arthritis, bowel conditions, diabetes, heart disease and stroke. The books have all been recommended by people with lived experience of long term conditions and health professionals.

Asperger's Syndrome

A collection of books for people with Asperger's Syndrome, parents, carers and professionals. These books have been chosen and supplied by parents and carers of STACS (Shropshire and Telford Asperger Carers Support Group).

Books Beyond Words

Books Beyond Words use pictures to tell stories that engage with people who find pictures easier than words. They cover themes such as relationships and health. As well as the story told in pictures, each title has information and guidelines for the readers, families and professionals to get the best from the books.

 

Reading Groups Reading Groups

Reading Group Sets

Specially selected books for reading groups. 
Each set contains at least 8 copies.
Large print and audiobook are available as stated. 
 

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