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Mr Huff By Anna Walker,

  • Title: Mr Huff
  • Author: Anna Walker
  • ISBN: 9781743484555
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Award winning and much loved author and illustrator Anna Walker gives us a gentle, poignant, affirming and wise picture book sure to delight all ages Mr Huff is a story about the clouds and the sunshine in each of our lives Bill is having a bad day Mr Huff is following him around and making everything seem difficult Bill tries to get rid of him, but Mr Huff just getsAward winning and much loved author and illustrator Anna Walker gives us a gentle, poignant, affirming and wise picture book sure to delight all ages Mr Huff is a story about the clouds and the sunshine in each of our lives Bill is having a bad day Mr Huff is following him around and making everything seem difficult Bill tries to get rid of him, but Mr Huff just gets bigger and bigger Then they both stop, and a surprising thing happens
    Mr Huff Award winning and much loved author and illustrator Anna Walker gives us a gentle poignant affirming and wise picture book sure to delight all ages Mr Huff is a story about the clouds and the sunshi

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    1. A kid wakes up w a cloud over him It follows him all day It was a sad and melancholy book Gorgeous though.

    2. Melbourne based author illustrator Anna Walker has been shortlisted for this years CBCA Early Childhood category with Mr Huff.Mr Huff shows us what can happen when you let negative thoughts take over We see how a bad day can get worse or better depending on how you think about it.As negative thoughts take hold of our young, anxious protagonist, Bill, we see the Mr Huff shadow grow bigger, darker and dominant.Walker takes us through the various things Bill tries to do to get rid of Mr Huff he wa [...]

    3. I am cheating a bit hear I did not actually read it, but it was read to us on television by Play School actors as part of Mental Health Week What a fantastic graphical presentation of depression and other mental health conditions and even though it is a picture book, it is meant for children and adults.

    4. Anna Walker has done it again rendered something so beautifully layered and emotive that after reading I was left volatile and wanting a Mr Huff toy The details within her illustrations are so immediate, humourous and sweetly sad.

    5. The days are, most of the time, a matter of perspective Perspective shifts according to our predisposition, of what are inside us and what we reflect, how we interact to the world As Bill wakes up in a not so good day, he immediately becomes a relatable character The illustrations, with their pattern of mostly cold colours, convey to the reader all of this, especially with Mr Huff as a lingering presence A curious book to explore how our mind works It has spirit, presence and spark It is worth r [...]

    6. A moving story about feeling down and embracing that it is okay to feel this way For adults, I feel it captures the relationship between a person and their mental health On a separate note, Mr Huff is rather endearing.

    7. My partner and I saw this book read by former and current Playschool cast members during Mental Health Week and we were both so impressed by the book that we just had to add it to our son s bookshelf.This is a beautifully illustrated book about a boy named Billy who is being followed by a growing black cloud.It s a great way to open up dialogue about emotions, feelings, mental health topics, etc with young children And even though this is a storybook, it s just as affecting for adults.When my so [...]

    8. What a beautiful book with beautiful illustrations I love how this story can be read on so many levels I was particularly moved by Bill didn t want to talk about the thing that was following him For some reason it made him feel sad When he did try, no words came out A simply stunning picture book

    9. This was so sweet, yet really sad The story was lovely, and the illustrations are to die for It s such a simple but beautiful way to explain depression to little kids I wish this book had been around when I was a kid

    10. Subtle and poignant, Mr Huff enables you to talk to children about mood and wellbeing in a really simple way Walker s delicate illustrations provide a lot of great opportunities for discussion too.

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