The playful rhyming text encourages readers to maintain a broad focus as they become more grounded and aware. It can aid them in identifying the root of their feelings, help them to examine their reactions to emotions, and enable them to decide for themselves what they may be ready to release. One reviewer wrote, “Aimee Ruland is the Dr. Seuss of children’s therapy books.” I am not qualified by either training or any experience in my background to judge how this book might relate to children’s therapy. However, even I can see that Float could be useful for youngsters who are having various kinds of issues that interfere with their normal lives.
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