Coping with Change
Follow King Dumpty's journey as he learns to cope with change.
As rumours of Humpty Dumpty's fall off the wall spread throughout Eggsville, the change-fearing King Dumpty tries hard to keep it a secret.
Talk to kids about coping through change with this fun 'Humpty Dumpty' retelling.
the inevitability of change
our differences in facing change
emotions that accompany change
positive ways of thriving through change
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Fans are saying...
What if Humpty Dumpty’s fall from the wall was only the beginning of his adventure, rather than the end? Told in rhyme, this alternate history of Humpty Dumpty’s great fall makes change look like an adventure instead of something to fear ... (it) is a story children will want to read more than once.
- Lois J Wickstrom, Readers Favorite - Awarded 5-star review
The Fairy Tale Fraud books are quickly becoming my favorites! All of these stories, including this one, flow so well, I love reading them. They are so nostalgic and it’s so fun to hear the different perspective!.
- Ashly C, Amazon.com verified review
This fun comedic spin on the old nursery rhyme, Humpty Dumpty, was a great find! Not only are the rhyming verses well-written but the story cleverly incorporates mindfulness, inclusion, adopting change, and becoming self-confident in our differences. Great for children and adults alike!
- Toby Williams, Amazon.com verified review
Keep the momentum!
Keep the conversations going with these changed-themed resources, designed to grow family fun and connection.
Have dinner with a difference using a changed-themed 'Meal Mat'.
Support your family through change with challenges, activities, templates and printables
Click on the images below to download a FREE PDF for personal or classroom use.
King Dumpty's Fairytale Journal
A fun way to illustrate to children the value of journalling! Meet King Dumpty again, as he comically reflects on dealing with change.
'Breaking News' Classroom Guide
Ready made ideas for introducing the book into your classroom.
Support your child through change with a story-themed change chart.
Discuss and debate with these change-themed conversation prompts.