Whatever Comes Tomorrow

Written by Rebecca Gardyn Levington
Illustrated by Mariona Cabassa
Publisher: Barefoot Books
Publication Date: March 7, 2023
Cover credit: illustrator Mariona Cabassa
& designer Sarah Soldano
ISBN Hardcover: 978-1646868414
ISBN Softcover: 978-1646868421
Ages 4-9

Coming from Barefoot Books on March 7, 2023!

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We might not know what the future holds, but the lyrical rhyming text in this beautiful book reassures readers that they have the resilience and strength to face whatever comes their way. Whimsical illustrations make for a captivating read-aloud or bedtime story. Inspired by the author’s own experience with anxiety, this book offers gentle wisdom applicable to both children and adults. End matter includes a discussion guide and activity ideas for managing worries.

 

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Written by Rebecca Gardyn Levington
Illustrated by Mariona Cabassa
Publisher: Barefoot Books
Publication Date: March 7, 2023
Cover credit: illustrator Mariona Cabassa
& designer Sarah Soldano
ISBN Hardcover: 978-1646868414
ISBN Softcover: 978-1646868421
Ages 4-9

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Praise for Whatever Comes Tomorrow

“In rhymes that first acknowledge and then reassure, Gardyn Levington counsels fortitude in the face of the unknown”


Publishers Weekly

“The comforting, rhyming text and lovely, flowing illustrations show that worries are temporary and empowers kids to believe in themselves. Whatever Comes Tomorrow belongs in the offices of every school counselor and child therapist.”


Donna Cangelosi, Psy.D. Child Psychologist

“Whether a child is experiencing mild worry about a specific event or more pronounced and persistent anxiety, they can benefit from the message and tools offered here…As a psychotherapist, I cannot recommend this book highly enough.” 

 

Lisa Perron, LICSW

“The validating nature of the story, as well as the inclusion of concrete and easy to implement coping tools, leaves the reader feeling hopeful and more confident that worry can be controlled.”

 

Carrie Spindel Bashoff, PsyD.
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