A healthy environment leads to a healthy body and a healthy mind. The WorryWoo Monsters promote emotional wellness through play, reading and discussion. Created to build confidence, each WorryWoo story concludes with an uplifting message that provides the perfect opportunity for parents, educators and teachers to openly discuss topics that don't have easy answers.


The WorryWoo Monsters, a series by Andi Green, were first seen in a New York City art exhibition in 2001. Originally called The Monsters in My Head, Andi Green wanted to create characters with a story that each embodied an emotion. From loneliness to confusion, she has tackled complicated feelings and transformed them into quirky, loveable characters. Andi Green's simple message has been to “embrace your emotions”.

Don't Feed the WorryBug Book tells the story of Wince the monster of worry. Join Wince as he learn's the secret to keeping his worries away.

Squeek, is a soft plush toy who is feeling insecure and lacks confidence. A great calming tool or use accompany the story The Monster in the Bubble.

Rue, is a soft plush toy who is feeling insecure with the way he looks. A great calming tool or accompany with the story The Nose that Didn't Fit.

Nola, is a soft plush toy who is feeling lonely. Ideal for use as a calming tool or to accompany the story The Lonely Little Monster Book.

Why Me? It's not fair! These are favourite words of Twitch, the newest member of the Worrywoo family. Although the Monster of Frustration tries very hard, nothing seems to go his way.