DANA AND THE DOOM MERCHANT addresses issues of loss and change. Dana has a history of successfully moving schools but now she is distraught because she is going to a different high school from her friends. This gives the Doom Merchant an opportunity to seed thoughts that things will never be good again. ZIP comes along and points out that the Doom Merchant is a fraud who takes away optimism and hope. Dana tells this story from the point of view of now being in High School where things have turned out OK.
Dana and the Doom Merchant – Family Set
The Family set consists of the Story, the Family Toolkit, and a free copy of the Introduction to the Wellbeing Stories, if this is your first purchase of a story: the Family Toolkits go into more depth about the issue the story is addressing and suggest ways families can help. Each toolkit also covers suggestions about how to talk with children about the story.
story: print: 978-1-912276-51-6; electronic copy: 978-1-912276-01-1
family toolkit: print: 978-1-912276-52-3; electronic copy: 978-1-912276-02-8
|Dimensions||30 × 21 × 0.4 cm|
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