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Mindful, Happy, Healthy Kids Book Series
Encourage Problem-Solving with
this Children's Picture Book
Bunny's Big Problem is a heartwarming book that follows two best friends as they work together to solve Bunny's constipation woes. Written in a fun and engaging rhyme, this book is perfect for kids who may be struggling with similar issues. With its relatable characters and helpful tips, Bunny's Big Problem is an excellent tool for parents hoping to open up a dialogue about digestive health with their children. Get your hands on a copy today and make learning fun!
encouragement. validation. enlightenment.
Constipation can be tough for any child to deal with, but this children’s book is here to help. Through the power of storytelling, it provides helpful tips and tricks for dealing with this issue. The characters make the process fun and enjoyable, so your child can learn how to alleviate their constipation in a stress-free way and encourage bowel regularity.
Constipation can be a difficult topic for children to discuss. That’s why this book is so important. It recognizes the fears and feelings a child can have when dealing with constipation and provides valuable information in a relatable and compassionate way. No child should feel ashamed or unsupported when dealing with this problem.
When Bunny is feeling embarrassed about something that he is struggling with, his friend Tortoise offers to help.
Written by a family physician and mother of three young children, this book also includes special tips for you to explore with your little ones.
Tortoise shares all of his favorite tips to help
with Bunny’s constipation.
Purchase today and start the journey towards a healthy and happy child
"Within this heartwarming tale, a bunny's journey to overcome the embarrassment and pain of constipation unfolds with the caring advice of his wise friend, the tortoise. Along with discovering the importance of choosing the right foods, staying hydrated, and staying active, young readers will also learn to empathize with others through a story that beautifully promotes good digestive health."
Dr. Keyur Parikh, Gastroenterologist