Since children, like adults, seldom listen to advice, it hardly ever helps to say to them when they have problems, "This is what you should do…" What helps are Annie Stories.

In More Annie Stories, the sequel to her popular first volume, Australian psychologist Doris Brett teaches us how to tell a special and useful kind of story to our children — stories that will ease their fears and help them solve their problems. Hearing about the solutions and successes of make-believe girls and boys who are similar to themselves increases children's confidence and encourages them to draw on their own strengths to resolve their difficulties.