Getting young people talking
about mental wellness

Enjoyed by thousands of people worldwide, Book of Beasties is a developer of award winning educational resources that put children’s mental health and wellness at the top of the learning agenda.

We create national curriculum based learning resources and mental health games via subscription models tailored towards teachers and parents that aspire to raise a child’s emotional literacy, teach resilience and empathy.

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Introducing our new subscription platform where you can download Learning Kits, mindful resources and get access to Book of Beasties webinars.

Wellness Champion
£3
per month
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For parents, we have created a home learning platform, allowing you to build positive and open conversations between parents and children. We call this the Wellness Learning kit.

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Wellness Super Hero
£12.99
£10
per month
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For schools we have created a comprehensive programme that offers outstanding value for money to suit every school budget and learning requirement - the Wellness Super Hero kit.
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What People Are Saying


I really think Book of Beasties is a revolutionary approach and it will change how young people think about their mental health for the rest of their lives.

Dr Tony Bates, Professor of Psychology


Book of Beasties is sorely needed for our children if they are to stand a chance of being emotionally functional, happy adults.

Mae Harris, Year 3 Teacher


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hank you so much for your club, as fun as it was, it still helped me with my anger issues. The club gave me thoughts that made me feel better.

Harrison, Year 5 Pupil


I really hoped that the study would help to improve his ‘emotional intelligence’ and understanding of others. My husband and I were not prepared for the dramatic transformation we saw in our son.

Parent, Year 6


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hank you so much for your club, as fun as it was, it still helped me with my anger issues. The club gave me thoughts that made me feel better.

Harrison, Year 5 Pupil

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