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Fantastic Fin Faces His Fears

Fantastic Fin Faces his Fears’ is a lovely rhyming story aimed at 4-7 year old children to help them find courage, feel brave and to face their fears. It’s a delightful book to help grown-ups have great conversations with little people.

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Fantastic Fin Faces His Fears Reviews

Product Tested By Emma Dalzell – Daughter 4 Years & Daughter 7 Years

Emma Dalzell Awarded Fantastic Fin Faces his Fears 5/5

Lovely colourful book with cute, fun illustration. The front cover did make my children want to find out more  (although my 4 year old who can’t read yet brought it to me and asked me to read the book about the bank robber – because of the mask over Fin’s eyes). Both my 4 and 7 year old did enjoy the concept of the story – they both have little fears and anxieties. They enjoyed the rhyming story telling method and they thought Fin was cool. This book encouraged them to use their imagination to come up with coping strategies. It showed them that other children struggle with certain situations and they are not alone in their fears.  It gave them ideas as to how they can deal with things. Illustrations are bright, bold and very attractive to young children. We read it several times a day at the start!  It is read maybe once a week now. They liked that Fin was brave and could do what he put his mind to. I loved the message in this book – it encourages children to be determined and try to overcome his fears. The age suitability was good and both my 4 and 7 year old girls loved it and ‘got it’. The book was a good size so the font and illustrations were clear for little ones. Loved the illustrations very bold and colourful.  I liked the fact this book had a very important message for little ones who often do have anxiety in certain situations. Both my daughters liked the pictures and the rhyming (and of course Fin himself). This is good value and a lovely child friendly book. I would buy this book. I would definitely recommend it – all children need reassurance that they can do what they put their mind to. It has a very important story – good, subtle advice for children. A very useful but fun book for little kids and beautifully illustrated to make it even more appealing. Emma Dalzell – Daughter 4 Years & Daughter 7 Years

Product Tested By Jimmy Landers – Arch & Charlie 5 Years

Jimmy Awarded The Fantastic Fin Faces his Fears 5/5

The book looked good quality and the boys really liked the front cover as they wanted to find out more. The twins did relate to the story as they both need some encouragement at times to be brave and go for it. They both really enjoyed the rhyming way of telling the story. It did help them to face things that worry them and learn to cope better.  As children little thins seem so important and can really upset them, but the story and the characters helped them to find a way to cope. This book highlighted that they are not the only one’s with troubles and it did help build their confidence. They loved the illustrations really effective and complimented the story. This was read a lot when it first arrived and is still a regular story we read weekly. The twins enjoyed how Fin overcame his fears.  Very inspiring. I enjoyed the way the book was written and presented and the message it sends to children that you can get through anything.  The age suitability was ideal for my boys. Good quality book, great story, good message and superb illustrations. This is definitely good value. I have already purchased this for my nephew as Christmas present. I would recommend and has a clear strong message, easy to read and a delight for my boys who loved the book. This was a delight to read, boys loved the book, loved Fin and illustrations were brilliant.  We all loved this and the message it has in the story was invaluable to my sons. Jimmy Landers – Arch & Charlie 5 Years

Product Tested By Zinath Ahmed – Dawoud 5 Years

Zinath Awarded the Fantastic Fin Faces his Fears 3.5/5

It came well packaged and the book seemed quite eye catching.  Dawoud seemed intrigued by the front cover of the book but didn’t actually attempt to read it as he flicked through the book and put it down. He couldn’t quite understand the concept of the story so therefore didn’t really relate to it. Although I did try explain to him that he has also been afraid and faced his fears. He wasn’t very interested in the story as I feel like it went on for too long and he couldn’t concentrate. My son is autistic and finds it very difficult  relate or understand anything from another perspective. I would not say it helped build his confidence as he couldn’t really relate to the story due to his lack being able to understand the concept of the story. The illustrations were very good I believe and my son also enjoyed looking at the pictures and guessing what was happening in the story. I read it to him for 2 weeks every 2 days but he had lost all interest in the book. He liked looking at the pictures and guessing what was going on. I also enjoyed the illustrations and the storyline as I feel it encourages children to overcome their fears. I feel it was age appropriate but due to him not being able to understand emotions and fears, he couldn’t fully grasp the concept of the book. Made with good paper and very thick. Makes it harder to tear. I feel like the illustrations are good for the older children but I feel like the younger children may find it overwhelming as there is a lot going on in the book. I liked the concept of the book as it encourages children to face their fears and also tell them how to deal with a fear. Mmy son enjoyed the pictures in the book as there was a lot of then. I personally wouldn’t spend £6.99 on this book. Unfortunately this book was not ideal for us. I would recommend as I feel it could help other children face their fears and understand it’s not unusual to have fears. Overall the story is good and I particularly like the concept of the story, but as my son didn’t pay much attention to it and couldn’t understand the concept of it it’s not a book I would be reading to him at the moment. I also feel that all the colours were a bit overwhelming for him. The book had a very good purpose to it and I feel is good for children slightly older than my son. I feel like the pages could have been a little bigger so the illustrations could’ve been a little more spaced out as i see how the book can be a little overwhelming as it has so much crammed into it. Zinath Ahmed – Dawoud 5 Years

I liked the fact this book had a very important message for little ones who often do have anxiety in certain situations. Both my daughters liked the pictures and the rhyming (and of course Fin himself). This is good value and a lovely child friendly book. I would buy this book. I would definitely recommend it – all children need reassurance that they can do what they put their mind to. It has a very important story – good, subtle advice for children. A very useful but fun book for little kids and beautifully illustrated to make it even more appealing.

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Emma Dalzell Awarded Fantastic Fin Faces his Fears 5/5

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