We talk about our physical health – but not so much about how we’re feeling, or what we’re thinking and worrying about. That’s why we’ve published books including The Unworry Book and Looking After Your Mental Health, to help children learn more about their emotions and what can influence them.
This inspiring write-in book is an unworry toolkit, full of things to calm you down and places to put your worries - and we all worry! Written with the help of a psychologist, there are links to websites for tips, advice and support too.
Nominated for the CILIP Carnegie Medal 2019.
Covering everything from friendships, social media and bullying to divorce, anxiety, depression and eating disorders, this is an essential book with lots of practical advice for young people.
This timely and wise book is full of good advice without preaching or making judgments Pam Norfolk - Lancashire Evening Post
Usborne Quicklinks has loads of useful online resources to help with your mental health, from relaxation exercises and exam tips, to information on all sorts of mental health problems.
Usborne Editorial Director Felicity Brooks explains why there was a need for Looking After Your Mental Health, and in particular why it covers the topics of sexual and gender identity.
The internet is full of amazing possibilities but, just like the real world, there are a lot of potential dangers and difficulties too.
Whether you’re worried about oversharing on social media or coming across dangerous people, this guide gives you tips and tools to take control and stay safe online. Find out more...
A great book full of advice and tips for online safety. Toppsta reader review of Staying Safe Online
Usborne books on essential life skills take the mystery out of topics such as managing your money and understanding politics and business.
Why don't I feel happy all the time? How can I cheer up my friend? These friendly and approachable books answer questions like these and help young children recognise and manage their emotions.
This thoughtful book explores happiness, sadness, anger, fear and worry in a friendly and approachable way. Adorable animal characters experience different emotions, while imaginative flaps answer important questions such as 'Why don't I feel happy all the time?' and 'How can I cheer up my friend?'
These brilliant books help give an insight into mental health issues – including titles by Holly Bourne, best known for her authentic characters and revolutionary attitude to mental health and feminism.
A brutal and brilliant takedown of how we talk about mental illness, feminism, and friendship. The Guardian review of Am I Normal Yet?