Rosie returns with more questions and curiosity about the students she meets at the local schools.
An ordinary dog with innocent curiosity addressing some of the fundamental challenges of being a pre-teen.
This second book in the series Rosie Knows continues with her dialogue in brief newsletter format addressing a variety of issues that are relevant to preteens and younger.
This delightfully illustrated and readable text gently opens conversations with parents and caregivers in a lighthearted and sensitive way.
The content has an ongoing theme of self-acceptance and a mindfulness approach to life. It is hoped this book will be enjoyable for both child and parent and be more motivational than prescriptive.
About the Author
Miss Polly directs the pen that captures Rosie’s doggy wisdom.
As a child therapist,mother and grandmother she has a lived experience of children and their struggles to make sense of the increasingly complex world in which they live.
Miss Polly has worked for many years in rural and regional Australia, visiting schools and communities in both clinical and education roles.
Her passion for helping families and young children, blends with her lifelong love of dogs to produce this delightful book that has become a favourite with parents and children alike.
Learn more about Rosie and Miss Polly at www.whatrosieknows.com