The Little Iceberg

£15.00

Our team at connected baby is thrilled to bring you our very first children’s book! You and your family are invited to join us at the Book Launch and Signing.

The Little Iceberg tells a story of hope and loss, revealing the healing power of friendship and belonging. We’ve brought together a great team with author Nicky Murray and illustrator Sylvia Lynch. We can’t wait to share with you their joint creation!

You can pre-order your copy now.  A signed copy of the book will be posted to you after the official release on 25 April.

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Our team at connected baby is thrilled to bring you our very first children’s book! You and your family are invited to join us at the Book Launch and Signing.

The Little Iceberg tells a story of hope and loss, revealing the healing power of friendship and belonging. We’ve brought together a great team with author Nicky Murray and illustrator Sylvia Lynch. We can’t wait to share with you their joint creation!

The book is accompanied by a Guide that helps adults better understand how tp support children in moments of fear, distrust and anger. Every page of the story points to small actions adults can take to help children coping with trauma. The Guide elaborates on those ideas.

Dr. Karen Treisman, international trauma specialist, has this to say about the book:

“A sensitive and moving story…A wondering addition to the world of trauma and relationships.”

Keen to know even more about the story? Here’s a taster from the back cover:

“The little iceberg holds a secret. She not just cold and lonely. She’s frightened too. It is a little bird, singing songs of compassion, who helps her find a place of belonging. This is the metaphoric story of a child who is able to embark on a journey of healing because she no longer has to cope with loss and trauma on her own.”

You can pre-order your copy now.  A signed copy of the book will be posted to you after the official release on 25 April.

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