Worry Wart Wes has been released! This story of a stressed out little boy will open your eyes to the worries of children. Wes worries over such things as being swallowed by toilet bowls if he sits on them or turning green if he eats vegetables. Wes’s worries become so overwhelming that he becomes physically affected. His hair turns grey and he develops a wart on the tip of his nose. His anxiety over this wart results in more warts and he eventually becomes one big worrywart!
The warts Wes develops are a clear representation of the ugly effects of stress: belly aches, chest pain, insomnia, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
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