Lilly Tames Her Worries by Carole Heaney

Lilly Tames Her Worries by Carole Heaney
Genre – Kids, Family
Page Count – 34
Cover Designer – Corryn Webb

When Lilly forgets her favorite stuffed rabbit, Hun Bun, she worries about getting through school without him. How will Lilly adjust to be able to get through her day?

Hun Bun has been with Lilly since birth and is always there to calm her worries when those pesky heebie-jeebies appear. Heebie-jeebies make her palms sweat, her belly do flip-flops, and her heart beat loudly.

One day, when she forgets to pack Hun Bun, something begins to change. Join Lilly as she discovers how her heebie-jeebies signal her to tame her worries, be brave, and take charge to do hard things.

Grab a copy of Lilly Tames Her Worries for your child’s backpack today!


Click here to view the Book Trailer for Lilly Tames Her Worries by Carole Heaney

Click here to experience a Chapter Reading of Lilly Tames Her Worries by Carole Heaney

Carole enjoys writing stories with her six grandchildren in mind as they grow in our rapidly changing world. She understands that feeling safe and positive enhances their ability to establish and maintain healthy relationships. Her books discuss social-emotional learning (SEL) ideas to promote greater self-awareness and self-management. As children begin noticing the body’s responses to their emotions in changing situations, they can develop an essential habit of self-inquiry that can build a child’s trust and confidence to problem-solve.

Carole’s career has focused on encouraging healing as a nurse, conscious dying coach, grief companion, and children’s author, one conversation at a time.

Her previous book, The Cardinal’s Gift-A True Story of Finding Hope in Grief, is a Five-Star Readers Favorite to encourage conversations about loss. As she travels to classrooms and children’s camps across the U.S. to engage with children, she is consistently inspired to create new content.

Carole lives in upstate New York with her husband, where she enjoys gardening, creating art, and nature.



0 replies

Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *