The Little Book of Big Worries

When it comes to worrying, I'm a natural. One of my first sentences was, "Are the doors and windows locked?" The only times I went to the principal's office was to call home and ask if I'd left my straightener on. To be honest, I didn't know what other people thought about all day, if their brains weren't constantly creating problems for themselves. So when I set out to write a children's book, I figured there was no better topic I could advise on than, you guessed it, hockey. Wait—