Book of Beasties
Create it, break it, fix it: Phil Tottman and Craig Fearn discuss the powerful process behind Book of Beasties
Book of Beasties: Phil Tottman and Craig Fearn on why the mental-wellbeing game needs high standards
“The game has worked really well in the professional environment and now we’re delighted that it can also be played at home,” said Book of Beasties co-founder Phil Tottman.
Book of Beasties to provide mental wellness support to over 20,000 UK schools as part of Playful Minds campaign
The firm behind the Book of Beasties card game is aiming to reach over six million primary aged children by donating its remote wellness kit to thousands of primary schools in the UK.
With new products on the way, and a collaboration with play expert Yesim Kunter in full swing, we caught up with both Phil Tottman, CEO and founder of Book of Beasties, and Yesim to find out more about the company’s approach to game design.
Great Ormond Street Hospital teams with children’s wellness card game Book of Beasties on new fundraising initiatives
“We are really pleased to be partnering with Book of Beasties to raise funds for the hospital’s team of play specialists, while simultaneously raising awareness about the mental health and well-being of children,” said Chris Carter, Head of Partnership Development at GOSH Charity.
“This is such a considerable achievement for our team and for playful mental health education as a whole,” said Phil Tottman, CEO and co-founder of Book of Beasties.
“Our hope is that by making mental health a normal part of day-to-day chat and removing it from that list of taboo subjects, it will appease the suffering that can go hand-in-hand with all disorders.”