I'm Happy! and other fun feelings

I'm Happy! and other fun feelings

by Clare Hibbert

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Children's Literature - Sarah Raymond
Fighting a mighty dragon, being at a friend's birthday party, and playing outside with friends all elicit different types of emotions. This particular book in the "Feelings" series focuses on some of the more positive feelings that children may deal with, such as being happy, brave, excited, or proud. Each set of pages focuses on a different emotion and includes real life images as well as cartoon-like imagery. There is also an example of onomatopoeia on every page, which makes the reading fun and a bit lively for younger readers. Like the other books in the series the format of the book is great for teaching book parts because of the simple table of contents at the beginning of the book and the index found at the end. Due to the fact that there is no actual story line, it makes it easy to move from emotion to emotion, but at the same time, it causes there to be very little depth. It becomes imperative for caregivers to sit and discuss the emotions with the children as they are reading. Luckily, there is a neat section with notes for parents and suggestions about how the various emotions may be discussed in further detail with children. Reviewer: Sarah Raymond

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QEB Publishing
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Product dimensions:
9.90(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range:
4 - 7 Years

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