Have you ever had a feeling that someone was watching you?
Perhaps your mind wandered in all different directions wondering what that person or thing was?
Digby is one of those people.
He is sure someone is watching him and does everything he can to find that person. He looks for clues, he does some research and he searches in the strangest places.
Until he finds who is spying on him – and once he knows life seems to be so much more reassuring.
This book is funny and children will enjoy the outcome of Digby’s adventures as he searches for the answer to that niggling thought.
Confronting fears is a big part of everyone’s lives and Max Landrak has delved into this issue in a fun way that all children can understand.
So what else can you do?
Children can talk about how they confront their fears and how they feel once they have found it.
Work out why Digby had to look in so many different places to find his fear.
Read Danny Blue and see how the young children in both stories show resilience despite being in tricky situations.
Visit my Facebook group for some great ideas on how to talk to your children about fears about the many issues that happen in our world – https://www.facebook.com/groups/362368594250457/about/