Yesterday's Blue: A Story About Childhood Depression

Yesterday's Blue: A Story About Childhood Depression

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Overview

Childhood isn't easy when you're feeling sad and different. This little girl knows something's not quite right: she's having trouble sleeping, eating, and concentrating. And she doesn't laugh the way her classmates do.


When she reaches out to a trusted teacher, the little girl starts down a path of help and healing, beginning with identifying her blue moods as depression. A combination of talk therapy, medication, and lifestyle changes helps her leave her blues in yesterday and look forward to a brighter tomorrow.


Told with simple sentences and lush illustrations, Yesterday's Blue will be a valued resource for parents, teachers, and health professionals who work with kids dealing with depression, whether situational or systemic. And, critically, Yesterday's Blue will give kids a way to talk about their sad feelings and let them know they are not alone.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780997800661
Publisher: Sunny Day Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 06/26/2017
Pages: 42
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.11(d)

About the Author

Cynthia Kaufman-Rose, MFA, is a professional artist who was awarded several Ohio Arts Council individual artist fellowships. She was an Ohio Arts Council artist in residence for the Arts in Education program, and taught art in several colleges. Her interest in children's mental health opened a door to transform her imagery and words into children's books advocating for early intervention, mindfulness, and insight. She is co-author (with Daniel) of the children's book, Daylight: A True Story of Childhood Schizophrenia. Cynthia is married to Kyle and they have three children, Emma, Charlie-Asher and Clara.



Daniel-James F. Clarke has an MA in counseling psychology, and has been an adjunct math professor at a state college. He is a US Army veteran, and has a son, Ryan-Christopher, who also served in the US Army. He raised his son as a single father while battling schizoaffective disorder, anxiety disorder, and PTSD. Having gone through depression during childhood, he takes a special interest in sharing his experiences to help other children. Daniel is co-author (with Cynthia) of the children's book, Daylight: A True Story of Childhood Schizophrenia, and author of a book for adults titled Fragments: My Journey with Schizophrenia.

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