A Kids Book About Depression

$19.95

Quantity

Start Membership - $15.95

✓ Customize Each Month

✓ Always Free Shipping

✓ Pause/Skip Any Time

✓ Access To The App

For Ages 5+

A personal story of depression and how the author found help.

This is a book about depression. It doesn’t shy away from both the complexities of depression or what getting help might look like. It gives an honest perspective into what depression feels like, what life looks like with it, and the hope that comes with being known and being loved through it.

Kileah is a writer, musician, knitter, and lover of all things Middle Earth. She and her husband raise hobbits and chickens in the verdant wilds of Washington State.


Hardback Size: 8in. x 10in.
ISBN: 978-1-951253-04-2
Printed in the USA

eBook Format: EPUB
eBook ISBN: 978-1-951253-11-0
eBook Compatibility: iOS, iPadOS, and macOS devices

64 Pages

Copyright 2019
Designed in Portland, Oregon

Meet our Membership.

Grow your collection with our membership. Choose to get 1, 2, or 3 books delivered to your door every month. Start today with this book!

Access our app.

Membership includes everything in our A Kids Co. app, with masterclasses for kids, every single podcast, a guided meditations series, and a "behind the book" look with our authors.

Totally flexible.

Every membership box comes with free shipping, and the ability to pause, skip, or cancel at any time.

Customer Reviews

Based on 30 reviews
80%
(24)
7%
(2)
10%
(3)
3%
(1)
0%
(0)
K
KARINA R.

A Kids Book About Depression

N
Nicole L.
Toucgh Topic, skillfully handled

Depression is a though topic to address with young kids, but this handled it well. Fact based, helpful first person perspective coupled with hope.

D
Dana P.
Very good book.

Very helpful for young kids

M
Megan A.
So helpful

We just read this to help my oldest understand my husbands situation more clearly. The descriptions of what depression feels like were really helpful and opened up a great conversation. Thank you!

S
Sydney S.
So helpful

These books do a great job explaining tough issues in a way that kids can understand.