Rosie Posie is a happy and confident kid, but there are times when her self-esteem gets rattled . . . like when she begins to notice changes in the way her body looks in the mirror. Rosie's mother helps by teaching her more about her body, eating, and celebrating her unique self. In doing so, she communicates a very important message that sticks with Rosie throughout her life: "You are so loved just as you are; no one's more special, near or far."
About the Author
Alyssa is a child psychotherapist who specializes in play therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy. She is passionate about supporting children's mental health and developing their self-love. Alyssa lives in Toronto with her husband and two young children, whom she loves very much ... just as they are.