I Had A Black Dog
- Constable and Robinson
- Publication Date:
- 24 May 2007
- Neurology & Clinical Neurophysiology
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What a great little book. It has an important message which is projected very simply and clearly; with the text and illustrations complementing each other beautifully. Poignant but not maudlin, and the illustrations have a touch of humour about them that I appreciate. It's also practical to a certain degree, and in the end is positive, encouraging and hopeful.I imagine that it would be an excellent book to aid children and teens (and adults too for that matter) in their understanding of what may perhaps be happening to those around them.
Whilst I loved the book 'I Had a Black Dog', I wasn't so keen on this one as I don't think the cartoons and lack of text work well for the target audience. Why would a someone living with a depressive need a book like the last. It feels and bit samey when compared to the other book.
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